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Prof. Albert Addo-Quaye Nominated as Fellow of the African Scientific Institute
















The former Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Research, Prof. Albert Addo-Quaye has been elected as fellow of the African Scientific Institute (ASI) in the November, 2011 New ASI Fellows.

The African Scientific Institute (ASI) was founded in 1967. It is a non-profit tax-exempt corporation representing a network of scientists, engineers, technologists, and health professionals, as well as young people aspiring to enter the world of science and technology.

ASI Fellows share experiences, contacts and knowledge and also serves as a standard of accomplishments and encourages minorities to further engage in science and technology.

Currently, UCC has two lecturers as members of the ASI. Apart from Prof. Albert Addo-Quaye, Prof. Theophilus Aquinas Ossei-Anto of the Department of Science and Mathematics Education was on January 2011 elected as fellow of the ASI.