Ghana University Leaders Visit URI

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Ghana Sustainable Fisheries Management Project
Ghana scholars and URI faculty and staff meet in President David M. Dooley’s office, from left to right in back, Nancy Stricklin, assistant to the provost for Global Strategies and Academic Partnerships; Anton Post, director of the Coastal Resources Center; President Dooley; Domwini Dabire Kuupole; Elin Torell, international program director for the Coastal Resources Center; and Don Robadue, project manager at the Coastal Resources Center. Seated in front, left to right, Johnson Boampong; Ernest Okorley; and Rosemond Boohene; Denis Worlanyo Aheto.(credit: Nora Lewis, URI)
Ghana scholars and URI faculty and staff meet in President David M. Dooley’s office, from left, rear, Nancy Stricklin, assistant to the provost for Global Strategies and Academic Partnerships; Anton Post, CRC director; President Dooley; Domwini Dabire Kuupole of Ghana’s University of Cape Coast (UCC); Elin Torell, international program director, CRC; Don Robadue, project manager, CRC. Seated in front, from left, UCC educators Johnson Boampong; Ernest Okorley; and Rosemond Boohene; Denis Worlanyo Aheto. (credit: Nora Lewis, URI)

Scholars from the University of Cape Coast in Ghana won the hearts—and hats—of URI professors during a visit this week to strengthen an academic collaboration between the two institutions. The five-day visit was part of a $24 million sustainable fisheries project led by CRC. Read more.