In Jan. 2008, six Tufts undergraduates traveled to Ghana as part of "Ghana Gold: A Corporate Social Responsibility Tour." Led by Associate Professor Pearl Robinson, the group spent two weeks traveling around the African country in a mini-bus, meeting with artists, educators, government officials and leaders from Ghana's gold industry. The trip provided an inside look at the economic and social impact of gold -- a major Ghanaian export. (Flash required)
Multimedia feature produced by Meghan Mandeville, Web Communications.
Ghana photography by Kelsey Bell (A'10) and Marissa Moren (A'08)
This story originally ran on Mar. 24, 2008.