EPI Student/Alumni News
Majeed Fatawu, a 2018 graduate of the University for Development Studies (UDS) with a degree in Applied Math, Actuarial Science, and Applied Statistics, has been awarded a scholarship for a Masters in Mathematics and Applications at the University of Pau and Pays de lÁdour (UPPA). Pau is a city in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of France.
Eins Koenig, a 2014 University of Ghana graduate with a degree in Business, has been accepted to Munich Medical School, Ludwig Maximillian University in Germany, with a specialization in oncology and infectious diseases. Eins holds a Master of Public Policy from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, University of Erfurt, Germany, and spent the last six months as a visiting short-term scholar at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine’s Diagnostics Discovery Lab where he worked with PhD students to develop point-of-care diagnostic tests for a number of diseases caused by the bacterium also responsible for the plague.
Dr. Emmanuel Kingsley Bentum, a 2018 graduate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) as a Dr. of Veterinary Medicine, has been awarded a scholarship to study Immunology and Parasitology at Tuskegee University, in Alabama, USA. It is a PhD program with a duration of three to five years.
Dr. Kojo Yesutor Soku, a 2018 graduate from KNUST as a Dr. of Veterinary Medicine, has been awarded a scholarship to pursue a Master of Science in Aquatic Pathobiology at the University of Stirling in Scotland. It is a one-year program.
Maanan Abokomah Fosu, a 2017 graduate from the KNUST School of Law, was called to the Ghana Bar in October 2019.
Belinda Boahin, a 2017 graduate from the KNUST School of Law, was called to the Ghana Bar in October 2019.
Mercy Blematessa, a graduate of the University of Ghana, has been awarded an MA in Education from the same institution.
Jullita Lakyiere , was awarded a degree in dentistry at a White Coat Ceremony at the University of Ghana Dentistry School. Taking the oath, she and other graduates were cloaked in their first white coat as a symbol of the trust being bestowed upon them to carry on the profession.