Welore Tamboura

Visiting Professor/Language Fellow

Contact Info

Office: C230A Snyder Hall
Phone: 517-884-1933


Ph.D. in Information and Communication Sciences from the University of Grenoble-Alpes (France)
Bachelor's and Master's degree in Information and Communication Sciences from the University Stendhal (France)
Bachelor's degree in Modern and Classical Letters from the University Stendhal (France)

Welore Tamboura completed her higher education in France thanks to a merit scholarship from the Malian government after her baccalaureate.

She is an associate researcher with the Groupe de Recherche sur les Enjeux de la Communication (GRESEC) and has taught for several years in the Information-Communication department of the Grenoble Alpes University

Since 2018, she has returned to Mali and is an assistant professor at the University Institute of Technology (IUT) of the University of Letters ans Human Sciences of Bamako.

In her research, she is interested in public communication as a tool for social change and more specifically in prevention campaigns.

Since mid-September 2019, Welore has been working at Michigan State University's Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH) as a post-doctoral fellow of the Alliance of African Partnership (AAP).  As part of this research program, she works under the supervision of the Dean Stephen L. Esquith (MSU) and Professor Macki SAMAKÉ (ULSHB) on the theme of Peace Education in Mali.