FMU’s Udogu is published
FLORENCE -- Emmanuel Ike Udogu, Francis Marion University professor of political science, had his article “The Issue of Ethnicity and Democratization in Africa: Toward the Millennium,” published in the Journal of Black Studies (Vol. 29, No. 6, pp. 790-808).
A variation of this paper was presented at the international conference on Africa and Globalization: Toward the Millennium, held at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, England in April. Yakita Brunson-Raigns, a senior in political science at FMU assisted in the research and publication.
The magazine is available in the Rogers Library. Udogu also presented papers at a workshop on Human Rights and Development in Africa -- Establishing the “Rule of Law,” held in July at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagn. He presented a paper titled “Human Rights and Minorities in Africa: A Theoretical and Conceptual Overview.”
The conference was co-sponsored by the Ford Foundation and the U.S. Department of Education.
FMU’s Zadeh presents Year 2000 paper
FLORENCE -- Jeff Zadeh, Francis Marion University associate professor of computer science, presented a paper titled “Year 2000 Problem, Before and After” at the World MultiConference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatice in August.
He was an invited keynote speaker for the conference.