This workshop for K-12 educators will provide an overview of the Ebola epidemic of 2013-2016 in West Africa, and then will focus on what has happened in the aftermath of this epidemic. What was done well? What could have been done differently? What innovations are emerging as a result of the epidemic in terms of science, public health, or policy?  Funded by the African Studies Initiative  For more information see  the Institute of Global Studies Outreach site.


  • March 7 2017  (Dr Susan Craddock--After Ebola) https://experts.umn.edu/en/persons/susan-l-craddock
  • April 4, 2017 (Dr Michael  Westerhaus and Aarti Bhatt Colonialism and Health Care in Africa)http://globalnotes.hhh.umn.edu/2012/04/mike-westerhaus-new-director-of.html
  • May 9 2017 (Dr Chris Johnstone Inclusive Education) https://experts.umn.edu/en/persons/christopher-j-johnston
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