Biomedical Engineering graduate Kwasi Amofa ’ 17
has been accepted to participate in research
as a Fulbright Scholar. Kwasi will spend next
year in the Netherlands at the MERLN Institute
for Technology–Inspired Regenerative Medicine.
There he will work on a new project to
bioengineer a cornea—research that could
have a major impact on ophthalmology.
“The support that I received from my professors
was tremendous,” said Kwasi. “My education at
Western New England prepared me to dive into
the research environment, and my advisors helped
me find out what I wanted to pursue and achieve
Kwasi Amofa ’ 17 Named
a FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR
(L-R) Kwasi plays defense for the Men’s Soccer team.
College of Engineering Dean S. Hossein Cheraghi presents
him with the Biomedical Engineering Research Award.
He gets a congratulatory hug at commencement.