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Pre-Doctoral Fellow Elyse Chouga Presents at Academic Seminar

The seminar series continued this week with an academic research seminar from ASE Pre-Doctoral Fellow Elysee Chouga, who presented his ...

Published on 12 Nov 18
English Club Kicks Off at ASE

Princeton in Africa fellows Cynthia Joseph and Corine Rosenberg opened up a year long English Club on Monday October 29th ...

Published on 12 Nov 18
PEGNet Conference 2018 Brings Together Researchers and Practitioners

The 2018 Poverty Reduction, Equity and Growth Network (PEGNet) conference on improving the quality of education and learning outcomes in ...

Published on 7 Nov 18
ASE Leads PEGNet Methodological Workshops

The PEGNet Methodological Workshops were an opportunity unlike many others for young students and upcoming researchers.  These workshops provided ASE ...

Published on 30 Oct 18