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...

Gloria Tumushabe

Fellowship Recipient, Alumna
Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

Habiiba Malingha

Fellowship Recipient, Alumna
Haas School of Business

Marvin Mulima

Fellowship Recipient, Alumni
College of Natural Resources

Sam Dubal

The Sam Dubal Fellowship in Critical Cultural and Medical Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley

The Sam Dubal Fellowship in Critical Cultural and Medical Anthropology honors the legacy of Sam Dubal, M.D., Ph.D. ’15, as an anthropologist, activist, medical doctor, professor, and ardent contributor to many vibrant intellectual communities. Dubal’s family generously established a fellowship following his tragic disappearance...

Julie Freccero

MPH, Director
Public Health
Health and Human Rights Program

Jeffrey Paller

Assistant Professor
Political Science