Critical thinkers, agents of change

“That’s a prime example of the value of a humanities education. As scholars of culture, we have very clear insight and recommendations that need to be considered on par with recommendations from engineers and doctors and economists.”

Social justice is Congo native Chérie Rivers Ndaliko’s passion, and she appreciates that she has found a space for it in academia. As a Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholar and an assistant professor of music and interdisciplinary scholar, Ndaliko studies and teaches about the intersection of creativity, conflict and social change in Africa.

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This is story number 224 in the Carolina Stories 225th Anniversary Edition magazine.

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