Four lecturers of the Wisconsin International University College, Ghana (WIUC-GH) have been ranked among the thousand top scientists in Ghana by the global Alper-Doger Scientific Index.
Dr Eric Ansong, Dr Emelia Amoako Asiedu, Dr Angela Kwartemaa Acheampong and Dr Leonard Kyei were cited in the International Ranking and Analysis System, in its list of top scientists for 2022 released in April 2022.
Dr Ansong, a lecturer at the School of Research and Graduate Studies, was ranked as the topmost researcher at WIUC-GH with a specific national ranking of 821, a statement from the University copied to the Ghana News Agency said.
The Alper-Doger Scientific Index is based on the scientific performance and the added value of the scientific productivity of individual scientists.
With these achievements, it said WIUC-GH affirmed its status as a steadily growing research university in Ghana.
While celebrating the achievements of the faculty members, the Vice-Chancellor of WIUC-GH, Professor Obeng Mireku, commended the lecturers for their hard work, which had earned them such global laurel.
He expressed the hope that other faculty members would be inspired by their achievements to also excel in their respective fields of endeavour at the local and global levels to bring more glory to WIUC-GH.
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