After a decade of journeying with our Centre to make impact and contribute to scientific excellence, you have witnessed the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Ghana, undergoing massive transformation recording many milestones. These milestones include our rise to the position of a UNESCO Category II Centre of Excellence in 2018. Additionally, over 360 of
Happy International Women’s Day #IDW22! This year we celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness about women’s equality and call for action on accelerated gender parity. We will have an open forum and a photo campaign depicting and discussing how essential women are in society! #Breakthebias
The AIMS Ghana Centre joins the rest of the country in celebrating Independence Day as we chalk another milestone. Pan-Africanism for us means that one country’s advancement should impact the rest of the African continent positively. Happy 65th anniversary!
This year, we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science #IDWGS2022 on the, 11th February 2022, with 100 girls from the Adentan Municipality converging at St. Francis of Assisi School. Interactions will be on @UNESCO’s theme – Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: Water Unites Us, focusing on sanitation & a hands-on recycle/upcycle session
AIMS Ghana and the rest of the AIMS community wishes everyone a very fruitful new year! May we be more committed than ever, to working together to advance the socio-economic development of our continent.
As part of its advocacy for Gender Equality and Inclusion in STEM, AIMS Ghana is organising the Climate Science Speaker Series (CSSS) to inspire members of the STEM ecosystem, especially young women, to address climate change. The CSSS is scheduled for Wednesday, 24th November 2021 at 10:00 am at the UPSA East Wing Conference Room.
Happy World Science Day for Peace & Development. Climate Change is a serious threat to the planet & in support, AIMS Research focuses on Climate Change Science as an impact area, looking into action/ ways to address some of these environmental issues. More about our research centres HERE
The Girls in Mathematical Sciences Program (GMSP) Beneficiaries (Cohort 1) are currently at the AIMS Ghana Centre for their final residential session. The GMSP 9-month training for Senior High School girls has been running since its launch in November 2020. The participants have had various sessions both online and face-to-face for training, mentorship and exposure
As a highly technical and mathematical Institution, AIMS Ghana believes that the only way to ensure that graduates are flexible and fit for top-tier institutions is to inculcate some soft, social and leadership skills that employers would need in their organizations. There is also a segment that focuses on enhancing Entrepreneurial capabilities through design thinking and ideation where the students would focus on solving pressing issues within