Globalizing the Classroom Fellowship Program

The Center for African Studies is committed to serving as a resource to educators for ideas on how to infuse African Studies into teaching and learning objectives. CAS believes that African Studies can be made relevant across subjects and across grades, and is dedicated to providing resources to assist with its integration into K-12 learning.

Launched in 2015, the Globalizing the Classroom Fellowship Program brings together secondary and community college educators from across the country who have distinguished themselves through their work and passion for integrating global content into their classrooms. While Harvard’s regional study centers have long engaged with educators through professional development programming and resource building, the fellowship presents an opportunity to extend and deepen this working relationship, supporting rigorous teaching on world regions at multiple grade levels. The Center for African Studies, working in collaboration with Harvard’s other regional study centers, 

To learn more about Global Studies Outreach at Harvard and the Globalizing Classroom Fellowship, visit: