Claflin University Establishes Partnership with Ohio Wesleyan University

Ohio Wesleyan University has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Claflin University, a historically Black university in Orangeburg, South Carolina. The agreement paves the way for future research and academic collaborations between the two schools.

One of the first initiatives of the agreement will be to create an advisory board made up of students, faculty, and staff from both institutions who will oversee the alliance. With a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, the two schools plan to collaborate on faculty exchange programs, student exchange programs, study abroad programs in Africa and elsewhere, research projects, professional development initiatives, and community service.

The specific details of the new partnership between Ohio Wesleyan University and Claflin University are currently under review.

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