Africana Studies welcomes your donations to make our program even stronger.
Africana Studies is the study, research, interpretation, and dissemination of knowledge concerning African-American, African, and Caribbean affairs and culture.
Bridging the social sciences and humanities, the interdisciplinary field of Africana Studies examines the politics, perspectives, and cultures of African-American, African, and Caribbean peoples. We hope you will support our intellectual mission as we enter the next phase of our growth and development.
We invite you to make a gift to the Africana Studies Gift Fund and make a difference to Rutgers' Africana Studies students and faculty which will benefit the following initiatives
- Paul Robeson Scholars Program
- Distinguished Lecture Series
- Study Abroad Programs
- Scholarships for Africana Studies majors
- Internship support
- Distinguished Visiting Professorships
- Technology enhancement
- Graduate programs
- Teaching awards
To learn more about these and other exciting giving opportunities, please contact Maxwell Seeland, Director of Development, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Rutgers SAS Office of Development.