Ashesi alumna wins award for pollution-fighting water filtration research presentation
May 5, 2023: The system uses ceramic filtration and a connecting system of absorption materials from agricultural waste, including orange peels, to remove heavy metals, dirt, and bacteria from polluted waters.
Audrey S-Darko ’19: the Ashesi Alumna tackling soil degradation and boosting crop yields in Ghana
March 7, 2023: Alumna Audrey S-Darko 19’s Sabon Sake provides clean soil regeneration products and training that are currently helping some 7,200 smallholder farmers increase their yield.
Master’s in Mechatronics Engineering opens applications as program welcomes second cohort
January 23, 2023: Jointly developed and co-taught with ETH Zurich in Switzerland, the programme provides a unique Engineering education for students interested in Mechatronics, focusing on production and automation.
Ashesi-Impact Investing Ghana report provides insights for financing small and medium enterprises
November 20th, 2022: Impact Investing Ghana (IIGh) and Ashesi University have launched a comprehensive report on Catalytic Capital in Ghana and how decision-makers can leverage this critical tool to increase the economic impact of Small and Medium Enterprises.
The Coca-Cola Foundation Awards Grant to Ashesi For Student-Centered Service Programs
November 12th, 2022: The Coca-Cola Foundation (TCCF) has awarded a $90,000 grant to Ashesi University to support the Social Impact Fund, dedicated to catalyzing student-centered community service projects in education.
Ashesi student research team earns silver medal at synthetic biology competition in Paris
November 11th, 2022: Building on previous iGEM team research at Ashesi, the 2022 team designed a biosensor that can detect the presence of gold in land and make prospecting more efficient.
Student launches Kambuu, a rickshaw-hailing app for Northern Ghana
August 21, 2022: After completing high school in 2020, Dave Donbo ’25 and his colleague Zaidan Iddrisu had to take a gap year after being unable to continue their education due to financial constraints.