CADFP curriculum

CADFP: Building Capacity at African Universities Through Curricular Collaboration

A central component of the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) is curriculum co-development between U.S. and Canadian academics from the African Diaspora (hereafter, Fellows) and host collaborators at African higher education institutions. The findings in this research brief describe the Fellows’ role in the curriculum development process at their host institution and explores the impact of the implemented curriculum development projects on students, faculty, and the host institutions.

This research brief is part of a three-part research series looking at CADFP Fellows achievements in curriculum development, building networks, and follow-on grants alumni and Fellows have pursued beyond the initial fellowship grant.