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Kalala Ngalamulume
Kalala Ngalamulume
Title: Faculty Fellow

Professor Kalala J. Ngalamulume started teaching at Bryn Mawr College as an assistant Professor in 2000 for African Studies and History. In 2005, he became an Associate Professor for African Studies and History. Professor Ngalamulume previously taught at Central Washington University and Michigan State University. He is originally from the Republic of Zaire, later to be named Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1997. Professor Ngalamulume has published two books; Colonial Pathologies, Environments, and Western Medicine in Saint-Louis-Du-Senegal, 1867-1920and Health and Medicine in Africa: Interdisciplinary Perspectives.

Kalala has a daughter who played collegiate basketball at Dartmouth, Faziah Steen. She was an outstanding player for the Big Green. For three consecutive seasons, she led Dartmouth in scoring averaging 11.0 points per game. She concluded her career ranked No. 8 on Dartmouth's all-time scoring list with 1,323 career points.

We are so thrilled to have Professor Ngalamulume join our basketball family and provide his basketball knowledge and support to our student athletes! We look forward to building our relationship and continuing to bridge athletics and academia.