Tag: Ghana

Ramapo’s Student Leadership program visits Ghana

Photo by Mary Baldwin Ever imagine yourself walking across a rope bridge 70 meters in the air? How about feeding a wild monkey from your bare hands? The students attending Ramapo’s Student Leadership spring break trip to Ghana found themselves doing all of these things while abroad. Seven student leaders […]

KNUST professor receives award for work with Ramapo

Photo courtesy of Dr. Kofi Owusu-Daaku Dr. Kofi Owusu-Daaku, professor of biology at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana and an associate professor of biology at Ramapo, has been recognized with an award for his part in building a relationship between the two schools. Owusu-Daaku traveled […]

CCEC plans annual alternative break trips abroad

Photo courtesy of Kansas Photo, Flickr The Civic and Community Engagement Center offers Alternative Break Trips to students during winter and spring break. These trips provide students the option to make the most of their breaks, as they travel to an area and volunteer for the week. This winter, the […]

Ramapo Offers Summer Study Abroad Program to Ghana

Photo courtesy of Amanda VanLoenen Next summer, Ramapo will be sponsoring a study abroad program in Sub-Saharan Africa entitled “Ghana: Public Health in West Africa”  in partnership with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, or KNUST, in Kumasi, Ghana. The program will run from May 14 to May 29. Open […]

Sub-Saharan Africa Shares Culture with New Program

Photo by Hope Patti On Wednesday evening, Ramapo College launched its Year of Sub-Saharan Africa, a year-round program which aims to offer diverse opportunities for both students and faculty to engage with this unique region of the world. Throughout the 2016-17 academic year, the Roukema Center for International Education will […]