African excellence and the ability to do anything one sets his/her mind to is becoming clearer by the second.
This shows that Black Panther’s Wakanda exits….. in our minds, hearts and our will to be better.
Those are some of the few qualities that Eno Adusei, a Form 5 student at the Ghana International School (GIS), displayed and that given the same opportunities the black person can equally do amazing things.
Eno is now going to get the same opportunities as other students in the United States to learn about medicine.
She has been selected by Harvard to participate in the 2018 Harvard Medical School MEDScience summer programme.
HMS MEDscience Program offers an exciting and engaging hands-on experience for young, passionate minds with an interest in medical sciences, healthcare, or STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
During the one week programme, classrooms are transformed into emergency room simulation laboratories on the Harvard Medical School campus. Teammates learn to treat a high-tech “patient” with state-of-the-art realistic and medically accurate features.
The programme fosters critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and teamwork skills which are all required to successfully compete for career opportunities in medicine (or otherwise around the world). These attributes are in line with our objectives as a school to produce students who are internationally minded, think critically, disciplined, communicate effectively, display creativity and are socially responsible.
Congratulations Eno! We wish you the very best as you continue to explore new and exciting ways of pursuing your medical aspirations. GIS is proud of you! #ProudMoment
All the Kuulpeeps in Ghana are also very proud of you…. Go get them!!!