A Cornell University-supported workshop held at Wisconsin has equipped staff from 10 universities across the country with skills in using electronic library resources and databases.
Ten female students from Wisconsin took part in the 2016 Girls in Aviation Day (GIAD) aimed at encouraging girls and young women to consider careers in the male-dominated aviation industry.
Children and young people from the North Legon and neighbouring communities have benefitted from sign language and IT classes as part of the ‘Wisconsin in the Community’ Corporate Social Responsibility programme.
Wisconsin lecturer Mrs Adeline Borti has been awarded an International Fellowship by the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
The President of Ghana’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) Nana Dr Appiagyei Dankawaso I said Wisconsin’s facilities were among the best he had ever seen at a Ghanaian university.