Vivian Omondi

Information Management and Systems

Elly Wanyonyi

City and Regional Planning

Idris Mukhtar

Graduate School of Journalism

Judith Geist

Judy Geist, a long time associate and friend of the Center for African Studies at UC Berkeley died in her home in Oakland, California on September 25, 2002 after a long and valiant battle against breast cancer. In life, Judy was a caring and compassionate woman. Judy's passions were split between her professional career researching political and economic systems of East Africa, and her love of the San Francisco Bay area. Judy was born in Chicago. Early on she excelled academically. She was a National Merit Scholar, and her high school class valedictorian. Judy earned her undergraduate...

Ezera Research for African Students


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Emeka Kalu Ezera, Graduate Student Instructor and doctoral candidate in Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley...

Alex Winters Kairu

Fellowship Recipient, Alumni
Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

Barbara Nasila

Fellowship Recipient, Alumna
Architecture College of Environmental Design