University of Maryland Eastern Shore Partners With Technical Universities in Ghana

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore has entered into an agreement with 10 technical universities in the African nation of Ghana. The agreement calls for cooperation on scientific research and for student and faculty exchange programs.

Juliette B. Bell, president of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, stated that “we are excited to partner with Ghana Technical Universities. It not only provides opportunities to our students and faculty, but also provides an opportunity to our university as a whole to develop partnerships around teaching, research and program development.”

Emmanuel Acquah, director of the university’s International Development Program, added that  the agreement “symbolizes the president’s vision from ‘Excellence to Eminence’ is global in nature.”

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