This faculty engagements tool highlights Washington University’s diverse faculty across all the schools who are engaged in two broad key areas in Africa: Health and Human Development.  Health covers a gamut of public health areas, including communicable and non-communicable diseases, food security, nutrition and agricultural development.  Human Development focuses on education, humanities, training and youth engagement; economic development, business and social entrepreneurship; energy, environmental sustainability and wildlife conservation; human rights, conflict resolution and rule of law, as well as, urbanization and architectural development.  These two priority areas align with the University’s key strategic priorities of advancing human health; diversity and inclusion; energy, environment and sustainability; and innovation and entrepreneurship.  Faculty are encouraged to take a brief Engagement Survey to let us know their scope of work and engagement in Africa and send any edits or additions to existing faculty pages to africa@wustl.edu.