Exposing African students and professionals to research-based graduate education and internships. 


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    Agronomists Delphine Umuhoza, Delphine Uwingabire, Yvonne Umulisa, and Silas Nshimiyimana harvesting beans in RWANDA

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    Moustafa Saleh (from EGYPT), a doctoral student at Indiana University (US), discussing research results with his thesis advisor, Dr. Gabriel Zentner

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    Nelson Chepkwony (from KENYA), a doctoral student at Indiana University (US), discussing his research findings

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    Hosiana Abewe, M. S (from RWANDA) testing an HIV drug at the University of California at San Diego (US)

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    Dr. Bright Senyo Ashimatey (from Ghana), a postdoctoral researcher at the Univerrsity of Southern California, using a Fundus camera to analyze the eye retina.

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    Three Afrisnet members Delphine Umuhoza (left), Delphine Uwingabire (middle), and Ange Uwera (right) win training positions through CAEP! Congratulations, and welcome to the USA! 



AFRISNET is an international network of students, scholars, and professionals in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The network’s goal is to advance research and scholarship in STEM disciplines in Africa. Our website provides a clearinghouse for information and advice, as well as a platform where members post profiles, communicate to share news and ideas, blog, and support each other both academically and professionally.  

Read more about Afrisnet on our About page.