Chief Kebinatshwene Mosielele of Manyana, Botswana—the village that has hosted students on the Pitzer in Botswana Program for 10 years—will visit campus for the first time during the week of September 30.
The Pitzer community is invited to a series of events that will be held during Chief Mosielele’s visit.
Traditional Leadership in a Modern Democracy
Lecture by Chief Kebinatshwene Mosielele
11 a.m. October 1, 2013
Founders Room, McConnell Center
President’s Reception for Chief Mosielele
3 p.m. October 1, 2013
McConnell Living Room
Claremont Mayor Opanyi Nasiali Welcomes Chief Mosielele and his son Loago Mosielele
10:15 a.m. October 3, 2013
Claremont City Hall
Info Session with Chief Mosielele for students interested in the Pitzer in Botswana program
11 a.m. October 3, 2013
West Hall Q106
Chief Mosielele is the traditional and cultural leader of the Bahurutshe tribe of about 10,000. He holds a diploma in agriculture from the University of Botswana and a BA in landscape architecture from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland.