This is the first article in our series on Taking Mathematics Around the World. The mathematics faculty are world-renowned for their insight and innovation in both teaching and research. This series of articles will focus on the impact that our faculty have on the mathematical community world-wide by highlighting some of the frequent international invitations that our faculty receive.
Tevian Dray recently returned from three weeks in West Africa. Through the Visiting Lecturer Program of the International Mathematical Union (IMU), he was invited to teach a graduate course in Lorentzian Geometry and General Relativity at the Institut de Mathémathiques et de Sciences Physiques (IMSP) of the Université de Abomey-Calavi in Bénin.