More than a dozen high school students from around the world visited The University of New Mexico campus recently. The trip was the result of a new partnership between UNM’s Africana Studies program and United World College-USA (UWC-USA), a two-year residential school for international teenagers.
Robert Jefferson, director of UNM’s Africana Studies Program, announced today that the Pre-College Math and Science Program (PCMSP) is moving from Africana Studies to African American Student Services effective July 1.
The University of New Mexico Africana Studies program has a long history of bringing in engaging speakers to kick off Black History Month. When they arranged for NAACP Chairman Roslyn Brock to come, the reception was overwhelming. Individuals and groups...
College of Arts & Sciences Dean Mark Peceny announces the appointment of Robert Jefferson as director of Africana Studies. He assumes the role July 1. Jefferson comes to UNM from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), where he was director of t