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CRC Welcomes International Students to URI and the Academic Year

Faculty and staff at the Coastal Resources Center (CRC) welcomed 13 international graduate students to URI and Rhode Island last week with a potluck dinner social.

These master’s- and Ph.D.-degree candidates hail from Eritrea, Ghana, Indonesia, and Malawi. They’ll be furthering their studies at URI’s College of Environmental and Life Sciences and Graduate School of Oceanography with financial support from USAID/Ghana Sustainable Fisheries Management Project (SFMP), USAID/Malawi FISH Project, and the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. Through CRC’s Ambassador Program, the students are receiving logistical support for living in New England, and have been adopted by a new family of friends and well-wishers.

Pictured above are: 1) Asta Habtemichael, Eritrea; 2) Innocent Gumulira, Malawi; 3) Michelle Naa Kordei Clottey, Ghana; 4) Jemimah Etornam Kassah, Ghana; 5) Lawrence Armah Ahiah, Ghana; 6) Ivy Serwaa Gyimah Akuoko, Ghana; 7) Elliot Watson Lungu, Malawi; 8) Margaret Fafa Awushie Dzakpasu, Ghana; 9) Evelyn Takyi, Ghana; 10) Fitri Zuliana, Indonesia; 11) Heva Yumi, Indonesia; 12) Vida Samantha Osei, Ghana; and 13) Rosina Gobbina, Ghana.
Pictured above are: 1) Asta Habtemichael, Eritrea; 2) Innocent Gumulira, Malawi; 3) Michelle Naa Kordei Clottey, Ghana; 4) Jemimah Etornam Kassah, Ghana; 5) Lawrence Armah Ahiah, Ghana; 6) Ivy Serwaa Gyimah Akuoko, Ghana; 7) Elliot Watson Lungu, Malawi; 8) Margaret Fafa Awushie Dzakpasu, Ghana; 9) Evelyn Takyi, Ghana; 10) Fitri Zuliana, Indonesia; 11) Heva Yumi, Indonesia; 12) Vida Samantha Osei, Ghana; and 13) Rosina Gobbina, Ghana.

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