The Institute for Global Initiatives has established a a Visiting Scholar Program giving Visiting Scholars the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues, conduct research, and teach with new perspectives on global issues at Kennesaw State University. NOTE: Click on name to expand profile.
Ferdinand Kwaku Danso
Ferdinand Kwaku Danso is an International Conflict Management PhD student at Kennesaw State University, and a Research Associate at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC). Mr. Dansou served as the Coordinator for the Training for Peace in Africa Programme at the KAIPTC. He holds a MSc in African Studies from the University of Edinburgh and a BA (Hons) in Political Science from the University of Ghana. His research interests include political violence, human security, and conflict transformation. Prior to joining the KAIPTC, he served briefly as a Volunteer Trainer with the Darfur Training Committee, a UK based NGO, where he worked actively with colleagues to organize the first conference in the UK that aimed at finding a political solution to the Darfur crisis. He also worked as a Tutorial and Research Assistant at the Political Science department of the University of Ghana.