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Kwamina Panford at African Students 30th Anniversary

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Kwamina Panford (right) with Professor Edward Kutsoati (left) of the Department of Economics, Tufts University, were at Northeastern University African Students’ Association (NASO) 30th anniversary celebration attended by over 250 students. Professor Kutsoati gave a keynote address entitled the “New Scramble for Africa.” Professor Panford was recognized and given an award for helping to found NASO, for being the founding and current student advisor, and for his contributions to the lives and success of students at Northeastern, especially African and other international students. The celebration was at Curry Student Center in the evening on November 9, 2019.

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