PANGeA’s new initiative to bolster research capacity in academia

PANGeA-Ed to further strengthen PANGeA’s track record of improving academic research capacity in the arts, humanities and social sciences on the African continent

The Partnership for Africa's Next Generation of Academics (PANGeA), a network consisting of eight leading African universities focused on strengthening and advancing doctoral training and scholarship in the arts, humanities and social sciences on the continent, has launched a new training and skills development programme, PANGeA-Ed.

Unlike any other training programme on the continent, PANGeA-Ed will offer
high-quality short courses and workshops in research and skills development across
the eight partner campuses and at no cost to participants. The announcement was made at the launch held at Makerere University in Uganda on Tuesday, 27 September.

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