Carnegie African Diaspora Program (CADFP)

The CADFP offers short-term fellowships to African-born academics residing in the United States and Canada. Selected Fellows collaborate with African universities on projects of 14-90 days in the areas of curriculum co-development, graduate student teaching/mentoring and research. Projects are completed in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda. Scholars who meet all eligibility requirements can sign up to be on the roster of qualified academics. Scholar applications are accepted on a rolling basis, but the next cutoff date for application review is December 8, 2016. To learn more, please visit our program website ( and/or contact program staff at

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If you have any questions about this fellowship competition, please contact program officer Jeremy Coats: | |Twitter: @Coatsjb

Carnegie African Diaspora Program – Award Opportunity