MMUST’s Dr. Rose Opiyo’s Project Selected By Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program For Funding

We are delighted to inform you that the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) Advisory Council has selected Dr. Rose Opiyo’s proposed project for funding by the Institute of International Education (IIE). Dr. Opiyo has been partnered with Dr. Grace Keengwe, an Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education in the Department of Teaching, Learning & Professional Practice at the University of North Dakota, US.

IIE is a global not-for-profit, headquartered in New York, which designs and implements international education strategies and program services. It works with governments, policymakers, educators, and employers across the globe to prepare students and professionals for the global workforce.

We congratulate Dr. Opiyo for winning in the highly competitive application process and for placing the University on the global map! The project will certainly benefit the School of Education’s postgraduate students and staff, as well as the entire MMUST community.

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