Graduates must think of themselves as entrepreneurs, start small and work their way up and act with integrity. This was the advice by guest speaker Dr. Peter Senkbeil at the institution’s 11th Congregation on 24th November, 2018.
A new association for nursing and midwifery students aimed at boosting their skills, knowledge and networks has been launched. The WIUCGhana Nursing & Midwifery Students Association (WIUNMSA) was inaugurated by Vice Chancellor Prof. Obeng Mireku on 2nd Nov., 2018.
Wisconsin has offered a scholarship to Mariam Owusu-Poku, winner of the just ended Miss Malaika 2018 pageant. The scholarship would go towards tuition fees on any undergraduate or postgraduate programme of her choice at the institution.
Belinda Elikplim, a 2nd year Law student, has been selected to chair a committee to prepare African participants for international model United Nations events in 2019.
Former Wisconsin Marketing student Rebecca Amenu has organised a three-day free eye screening programme to mark World Sight Day. The screening took place from 11-13 October 2018.