An Examination of Academic Corruption and the End of an Unforgettable Experience

Our short course  in Freetown, Sierra Leone has officially come to a close. The two-week long program welcomed professors Charlie Dove-Edwin, George Richards, Mark Horne, Charlotte Wells, and Majeks Walker at the Institution of Public Administration and Management (IPAM).

The program had a different cohort of students for each week, and we are happy to report that students from both groups were equally engaged and excited with the course catalog, which featured subjects ranging from communications, law, finance and psychology.

We ended this journey with a Closing Ceremony at IPAM headquarters. The closing ceremony featured a talk on Academic Corruption and the presentation of program certificates.

Each PROWIBO lecturer received a plaque carved with a congratulatory message from IPAM deservedly thanking them for their “relentless service to students”.

Professors having an early lunch before the ceremony commenced.
Schedule for the Closing Ceremony.
Preparing to start the Closing Ceremony.
Press at the Closing Ceremony.
Certificate of Accomplishment PROWIBO 2019 Summer School.
Students and staff at IPAM watching the ceremony.
Speeches at the ceremony.
Student posing for a picture with her PROWIBO 2019 Summer School certificate.
Plaques given to our professors by our partners at IPAM.

We would like to thank the students and administration of IPAM for the wonderful experience, as well as Charlie, George, Mark, Charlotte and Majeks for all of their hard work and dedication.

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