The only thing needed to change Africa is good leadership, students heard when the Eagles Summit Africa 2015 lecture series made a pit stop at Wisconsin. The annual lecture series aims to inspire a culture of excellence and transformational leadership among the next generation of leaders.
The limelight beckons for Wisconsin’s University Choir who are preparing to enter a TV reality gospel choral competition. Wizzy’s choir leader Fauster Kromoah-Kwame, who attended the launch of the University Gospel Choir of the Year competition at the Accra World Trade Centre, says the choir is putting in their best effort to prepare.
Wisconsin students are being encouraged to apply for internships at global investment bank Goldman Sachs in the UK, as well as a number of top local organisations. Wisconsin’s Career Services Centre will assist interested students to apply for the world-class training programme, mentorship from top professionals and a paid internship at leading companies.
Poetry, music and dance flowed at colourful celebrations to mark Nigeria’s 55th Independence Day at Wisconsin International University College, Ghana. Wisconsin’s Chairman of Council Justice Isaac Duose surprised the audience with a rendition of the original version of Nigeria’s national anthem.
Pupils from a local junior high school learned more about the meaning of peace as part of International Day of Peace commemorations. The event, at Wisconsin International University College, was organised by Mrs Ayo Ayoola-Amale, a lecturer at Wisconsin’s Law Faculty.