|Wednesday, 27 April 2016 10:03|
Ghanaian Student, Nii Ofori-Quaye Makes History In Russia
By Alex Adjei
MOSCOW, April 27, 2016 (Modern Ghana) -- National University of Science and Technology NUST "MISIS" in Moscow, Russia hosted the final of the Days of 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.
We were honored to welcome 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.
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.