Uganda

Uganda rests in East-Central Africa, west of Kenya and east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It gained independence from the UK in October 1962 and has grown to a population of 35,873,253 people. Occupying 2,698 km, Uganda’s natural resources include fertile soils, regular rainfall, small deposits of copper, gold, and other minerals, and recently discovered oil.  Agriculture is the most important sector of the economy, employing over 80% of the work force.

  • Arun Agrawal

    Arun Agrawal

    Professor, School of Natural Resources and Environment

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    Khalid Al-Naif

    Director, Development Consulting Services

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    William (Rusty) Chavey M.D.

    Associate Professor, Family Medicine

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    Paul S. Clyde

    Adjunct Professor, Stephen M. Ross School of Business

  • David William Cohen

    David W. Cohen

    Lemuel A. Johnson Collegiate Professor, African History
    Lemuel A. Johnson Collegiate Professor, Anthropology
    Academic Program Director, History

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    Bruno Giordani

    Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry
    Director, Neuropsychology Section

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    George Kling

    Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Conrad Kottak

    Conrad Kottak

    Professor, Anthropology

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    Laura MacLatchy

    Associate Professor, Anthropology

  • John Mitani

    John Mitani

    Professor, Anthropology

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    Virginia Nelson M.D.

    Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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    Maxwell Owusu

    Professor, Anthropology

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    Robert B. Payne

    Professor Emeritus of Zoology, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
    Curator Emeritus of Birds, Museum of Zoology

  • Derek Peterson

    Derek Peterson

    Professor, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies
    Professor, Department of History

  • Howard Stein

    Howard Stein

    Professor, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies
    Adjunct Professor, Department of Epidemiology

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    Robert Wyrod

    Assistant Professor, Women's Studies