AAI-EADB STEM Third Cohort Graduation

In 2015, the East African Development Bank (EADB) and the Africa-America Institute (AAI) partnered to establish the AAI-EADB STEM Graduate Scholarship program to support the capacity of East African faculty in fields instrumental to local employment, and critical to the growth of national economies. Teachers applying from one of the EADB member countries are accepted into a one-year Master’s program at Rutgers University. Since its inception, sixteen faculty members from East Africa have benefitted from this program. We are thrilled to congratulate our third cohort who will graduate May 2019.

Ruth Mathenge, Physics Education, Kenya

Purity Kendi Muthitu, Math Education, Kenya

Nixon Odari, Math Education, Kenya

Usufu Nyakoojo, Physics Education, Uganda

Patrick Odhiembo, Physics Education, Kenya

Brian Odiwuor, Science Education, Kenya

Mathias Halinga, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Tanzania

Fabien Habimana, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Rwanda

Miriam Kabagorobya ( Uganda) is part of Cohort 2 and graduated with a Masters in Math Education. Brian Odiwuor (Kenya) from Cohort 3 graduated with a MA in Science Education
Nixon Odari (Kenya) from Cohort 3 graduated with MA in Math education
Ruth Mathenge (Kenya) from Cohort 3 graduated with MA in Physics Education and Purity Muthitu (Kenya) from Cohort 3 graduated with MA in Math Education
Usufu Nyakoojo (Uganda) from Cohort 3 graduated with MA in Physics Education

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