Posts by Jennifer Chapin

Curriculum and Gender Leads in TESCEA.

Gender responsive programming: the global gender gap in the context of East African higher education

Jennifer Chapin reflects on what being gender responsive means for the TESCEA project in working with higher education to improve employability in Tanzania and Uganda.

Partners from Africa and Asia share experiences of embedding research writing training in their institutions

Innovation and success with AuthorAID in Tanzania, Ghana, Vietnam and Sri Lanka

At the AuthorAID Partners meeting in December partners shared their experiences and success stories from embedding research-writing training into their institutions. Jennifer Chapin shares some highlights