The Botstiber Scholars Program at Penn State is proud to announce the graduation of four of our scholars, Daniel Adofo, Edward Amoah, Emmy Muhoza, and Caleb Musekiwa from Penn State University.
Daniel Adofo earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Energy Business and Finance and African Studies with a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. During his time at Penn State, Daniel participated in the Chailpha church study group, McElwain Hall Council and Ghana Connection Soccer Team. He plans to work to solve energy crises in his home country of Ghana, as well as surrounding countries.
Edward Amoah earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering. During his time at Penn State, Edward participated in the Penn State Drone Club and Nittany AI Alliance for which his team, Nyansapo, has ranked among the top ten in the Nittany AI Challenge. Edward hopes to help solve the issue of poverty through technological innovation in his country of Ghana.
Emmy Muhoza earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineering. During his time at Penn State, Emmy participated in the Presidential Leadership Academy, SLO Mentorship Program, wrote for Daily Collegian, competed in the SME – Eastern Collegiate Mine Rescue competitions, and was awarded the Green Student Seed Grant Competition Award. Emmy hopes to contribute to sustainability and development practices of mining in his home country of Rwanda.
Caleb Musekiwa earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Energy Engineering with a focus in Enviromental Engineering. During his time at Penn State, Caleb participated in the Presidential Leadership Academy and Society for Energy Engineers. Caleb intends to use his education to better his country of Zimbabwe.
Congratulations to our graduating scholars on all their hard work and accomplishments. The Botstiber Foundation looks forward to hearing about all their future endeavors.
To learn more about the Botstiber Scholars Program, visit our Botstiber Scholars page.