When it come to education, entertainment and other recognized walks of life, Ghanaians in recent times have been proving that they are born to be stars both at home and abroad. Ghanaian Student, Nii Ofori-Quaye proves this by breaking records in far away Russia…
According to reports from modernghana.com, the National University of Science and Technology NUST “MISIS” in Moscow, Russia hosted the finale of the Science Students’ Conference and the 6th Youth Contest in Science and Innovations. For the first time, nominations included not only Material Science, Nanotechnologies, Metallurgy and other fields traditional for NUST “MISIS”, but also Modern Languages and Communication.
The occasion was honoured by distinguished experts, Julia Gryaznova, the executive director of the Russian Public Relations Association, and Anna Krupchenko, the head of the Department of Modern Languages and Culture Studies at the Academy of Professional Development and Training of Educators.
The contest received over 1000 abstracts from potential contestants in the nomination. All the abstracts have been published in conference proceedings. 10 best contestants from bachelor’s and master’s degree programs participated in the finale.
Surprisingly, Ghana’s Hans Bernard Nii Ofori-Quaye, a masters student in Communications and International Public Relations program was chosen by the experts as the winner. Nii Ofori-Quaye, won with a project model that focused on customer relations management.
By this feat the proud Ghanaian has entered the history books of the University and Russia as well for becoming one of the non-European to participate in 71st edition of science and Innovations conference.
Three participants also shared honours by taking the second place, they are master’s student Dorcas Obuobi-Donkor and final year bachelors students Elena Kulikova and Anna Rudakova.
We say Congratulations to Nii Ofori-Quaye and many thanks to experts and conference organizers!
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