State Department research project pairs KSU students with U.S. Embassy in West Africa

KENNESAW, Ga. (Jun 17, 2020)Diplomacy LabAn interdisciplinary team of Kennesaw State University students led by anthropology professor Brandon D. Lundy spent the spring semester exploring immigration issues for the U.S. State Department in an effort to help officials understand the complexities of immigrant experiences as they determine who are granted visas from Cabo Verde, an island country off the coast of West Africa.

The semester-long project was part of KSU’s involvement in the State Department’s Diplomacy Lab, which provides opportunities for students and faculty members from partner universities to collaborate on research related to a number of international issues and challenges.


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