Two University of Ghana graduate students; Ms. Doris Akyere Boateng and Ms. Hannah Naa Kai Sackey, have won awards under the internationally competitive Carnegie Fund for Conference Attendance (CFCA).
Ms. Doris Akyere Boateng is a Doctoral candidate pursuing a split-site Doctoral programme between the Departments of Social Work at the University of Manitoba, Canada and the University of Ghana. She has since presented her work on “Experiences of Ghanaian women in Academia: resilience, self-efficacy and success.” at the International Conference on Gender and Education at the Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.
Ms. Hannah Naa Kai Sackey has just completed her MPhil studies at the Department of Animal Biology and Conservation Science at the University of Ghana. Ms. Sackey will present her work “The changing trends in bush meat exploitation in Ghana”at the 27th International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB 2015) to be held in Montpelier, France in August 2015.