Where do we go from here?

JOURNEY TO ADDIS: BSU STUDENTS DO BUSINESS IN ETHIOPIA (video)

College of Business Students Travel to Ethiopia

As the sun rises again over this ancient and holy land, the students of Bowie State University, also rise and shine, as they themselves have just experienced a historically rich and significant culture: ETHIOPIA. BSU professors Fiseha Eshete, Dr. Granville Sawyer, Dr. Regina Tawah and Dr. Sunando Sengupta were the team responsible for a grant and study abroad experience for business students at BSU.

This blog documents this wonderful experience for the students and faculty in the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, College of Business at Bowie State University.

Credits:

Images/Video by Tewodross Melchishua, Assoc. Professor and Program Coordinator, Visual Communication & Digital Media Arts (VCDMA), Department of Fine & Performing Arts, Bowie State University.

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Thanks for this rhythmic inspiration from Te’Amir (please support). Ethiopia continues to move to an exciting rhythm and spirit of innovation, technology and economic development. So one question to my brothers and sisters throughout the African diaspora….where do we go from here?

Please also support the The Shashamane Foundation, which is is a certified non-profit organization established in 1998 to operate exclusively for charitable, educational and other non-profitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

Their mission is to create awareness of, and garner developmental support for the Shashemene-Malkoda Land Grant Settlement Community in Ethiopia in particular and other charitable humanitarian causes throughout the world in general. They work with local Communities in helping them to address their educational, healthcare, housing, social welfare, Sports & Recreation and Economic Community development needs.

Your tax-free donation will go far in supporting their efforts on behalf of the Ethiopian and African diaspora and most of all their students. Give Thanks and praises! Selam.






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