Fellowship & Professional Programs

Building Communities With History

I am Kara Roopsingh, and I am from the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago. I would like to start off by inviting you all to say thank you. Yes, go ahead and say thank you.

You’re welcome!

You’re probably wondering why you just thanked me, and I am going to tell you in a minute.

APWiL Mentoring Program 3rd Cohort Concludes, Having Promoted Teaching and Learning in Both Directions

The APRU APWiL Mentoring Program, co-chaired by UC Davis and Universiti Malaya, recently wrapped up another successful year of fostering women's leadership across APRU institutions. Read an excerpt of the article below and follow the link to read the original article.

The APWiL Mentoring Program 3rd Cohort wrapped up on October 11 with a virtual graduation ceremony kick-started with a keynote speech by Prof.

Imagination Deficit Disorder

During their Fellowship at UC Davis, Mandela Washington Fellows develop Ignite Talks, short and poignant speeches that spotlight issues facing their communities, their lives and the world. The 2023 cohort chose Faith Tokologo Mdhluli's Ignite Talk to represent them at the Mandela Washington Fellowship Summit in Washington, D.C. Here, in her own words, is Ms. Mdhluli's speech.

The 2023 UC Davis Mandela Washington Fellowship Begins

UC Davis welcomes 25 Fellows from 15 African countries for its seventh cohort of the Mandela Washington Fellowship. Fellows will participate in the Leadership in Public Management Institute at UC Davis for six weeks, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. Global Affairs encourages the campus community to connect with this year’s cohort members for information exchange, collaborations and other networking now through the end of July.