Under Building Stronger Universities (BSU) and Growth & Employment (GEP) Scheme, the Bureau of Integrated Rural Development (BIRD) in KNUST and the Institute for Food and Resource Economics (IFRO), University of Copenhagen, Denmark have embarked on a project proposal development workshop at KNUST. The workshop aims to produce a solid research proposal big enough to encompass all BSU partners and to support the development of a smaller capacity building proposal at BIRD.
Representatives from the core group; Professor Jens Emborg, Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning, University of Copenhagen; Professor Steven Daniels, Community Development Specialist, Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology, Utah State University, Cooperative Extension and Gregg B. Walker, Professor of Communication/ Adjunct Professor in Environmental Sciences, Forestry, Oceanography, Public Policy & Water Resources Programs, Oregon State University paid a courtesy call on the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Samuel Nii Odai to update him on the workshop. The Pro Vice-Chancellor was impressed with the contributions of BSU in the university.
Dr. Paul Sarfo- Mensah, Director of BIRD, KNUST, Dr. Nana Edusah, Senior Research Fellow BIRD, KNUST and Professor R.C. Abaidoo, Provost, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources accompanied the team.
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