Wow! Our scholars have not only achieved great things during their summer in our Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP), but have been able to garner more successes afterward! In honor of International Day of the Girl, take a look at some of our phenomenal women in STEM fields!
Take a look below some of their latest updates:
Issabelle Ampofo is one of our 2017 SURP fellows, who recently graduated from University of Cape Coast! Upon graduation, Issabelle has been awarded "Best graduating female student", "Best student in Biological Sciences" and Best student in the Department". During her fellowship with ARA-W, Issabelle also won "Best Oral Presentation" and "Best Performing Student" at the Accra campus, at the end of program presentations!
Issabelle won a scholarship through the Setsu Goto Research Fund, from one of our sponsors and supporters, Sangu Delle (pictured), Chairman of Golden Palm Investments Corporation!
Elizabeth Nyarkoa Osei, a SURP 2016 fellow, started her master's degree in International Water and Sanitation Engineering at Loubrough University in England.
Victoria Gorman, a SURP 2016 fellow, also started a master's program in Food Technology and Business in Belgium.
Amma Asantewaa, a SURP 2017 Phase 2 fellow, started a master's program in Environmental Management at Yale University.
Linda Lartey is an ARA-W SURP 2014 fellow and our Program Coordinator. She recently began pursuing her Master of Science in Environmental and Resource Management at Brandenburg University of Technology.
Jessica Asante is an ARA-W SURP 2014 fellow and our Program Manager. Jessica has started on the course toward obtaining a Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology and Disease Control at the University of Ghana.
Congratulations to our inspiring fellows! We wish you success and strength in all of your endeavors. ARA-W and the world looks forward to seeing more of the great things that you will accomplish!