The following report was written and submitted by Zachary Schroeder. The screening of The Invisible City, hosted by the East Africa Institute of the Aga Khan University, Simon Fraser University, the University of the Fraser Valley, Queen Elizabeth Scholars and DOXA, proved to be a rousing success. The theatre was packed and the audience enthusiastically engaged […]Read More Report on “The Invisible City: Kakuma”
October 22, 2017 For this blog post, I wanted to give you a “behind-the-scenes” look at the work that I have been doing during my time at the East African Institute for the Aga Khan University. Hopefully, it will highlight worthy research objectives to consider and utilize a humbled approach to questioning our future. This […]Read More Research Excerpt – Free of Charge!
October? Already? Time is flying during our internship in East Africa. If I had to select a (hyphenated) word to describe my time so far I would choose “thought-provoking”. I did not know what to expect when I jumped on the airplane during the last week of August; rather, I knew I would have to […]Read More Interpersonal Growth after the Mara
Karibu! Thanks for visiting our East African Internship Blog. It is an exciting time for us as Queen Elizabeth Scholars to acclimatize ourselves to the East African region. Currently, we have six interns working in partnership with Ardhi University in Dar es Salaam. We also have three interns working in Nairobi, Kenya. The Kenyan interns […]Read More The Journey Begins