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Patrick Awuah Interviews
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challenges Ashesi had to overcome?”

News

Tackling Global Challenges: Ashesi students travel to Yale and Babson

This summer, Ashesi students had the opportunity to participate in a number of programs around the world. Richard Odame ’15, Ashesi student body president, and Sojaa Sayuti ’15, visited Babson College for the Global Leader Development Experience. Read more here. Sela Agbakpe ’15, and Benedicta Amo Bempah ’16, spent two weeks at Yale University learning business and leadership skills at the Global Pre-MBA Leadership Program. 

Dalai Lama Fellows launch project to reinvent pineapple farming in Berekuso

Ashesi students, Sam Norman Sali ‘16 and Emmanuel Ampadu ’16, have been selected as 2014/2015 Dalai Lama Fellows. As part of their nomination, the team has received $10,000 in funding to implement their agricultural development project, the Sesa Mu Farmers Initiative. The project aims to bring pineapple farmers in Berekuso together to build the Eastern Region’s biggest farmer cooperative, and seeks to boost economic growth in the area.

Seattle July Events Photo Album

Thank you to all who attended our Ashesi Celebration and Ashesi Discussion with Naa Ayeleysa Quaynor-Mettle and Patrick Awuah! We appreciate you joining the conversation and hope to see you at our next Seattle event. A special thank you to Mark O’Hara and Karen Fernandez and Ruth and Todd Warren for generously opening their homes to the Ashesi Community.

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