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Pan African Studies Program
Welcome to Pan African Studies
Pan African Studies at Sacramento state is a developing program centering the origins of the African-American immigration experience within the Discipline of Ethnic Studies, while focusing on the development and documentation of all subjects relevant to the diaspora. We are committed to providing students a thorough education and an enriching experience in the study of Pan African peoples, cultures and politics. We do this not only in the classroom, but we are equally committed to students learning though community engagement and other forms of extracurricular learning.
Major Concentration & Certificate
Meet the Faculty
Ricky Green, Ph.D., Director of Pan African Studies
Martin L. Boston, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Clarence George III, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Pan African Studies Advising
Please contact Dr. Ricky Green, Program Director, for Pan African Studies advising. He can be reached at (916) 278-3359, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Amador Hall 562A.
Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program and Pan African Studies
Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program (CWC) and Pan African Studies work collaboratively. The Mission of CWC Scholarship, Leadership, and Service, also informs the theoretical and pedagogical framework of Pan African Studies. A certificate in Pan African Studies is available through the Department of Ethnic Studies. Students enrolled in the Cooper-Woodson College Enhancement Program are eligible for the certificate. The Director of Pan African Studies certifies those graduated of the Cooper-Woodson College Enhancement Program who are eligible for the certificate. Total units required for the Pan African Studies Certificate are 24.
Opportunities for Students