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Students in class at the NSRC-GARNET Campus Network Design and Operations workshop held in Accra, GhanaLinux System Administration workshop group picture from SANOG 33 held in Thimphu, BhutanStudents working on a lab in the Linux System Administration workshop at SANOG 33 held in Thimphu, BhutanGroup picture of the NSRC-GARNET Campus Network Design and Operations workshop held on the GIMPA campus in Accra, Ghana
LRREN-USAID-DLEG Campus Network Design & Operations Workshop
March 25-29, 2019: Monrovia, Liberia

NSRC trainers Patrick Okui and Dale Smith co-taught a Campus Network Design & Operations workshop for participating network professionals of the Liberia Research and Education Network (LRREN). Emmanuel Togo, University of Ghana, and Ato Yawson, Asheshi University also provided teaching and technical assistance. The Liberian Daily Observer covered the formation of the NREN.

South Asian Network Operators Group 33rd Meeting and Workshops (SANOG 33)
January 9-16, 2019: Thimphu, Bhutan

Hans Kuhn, Mike Jager, Dale Smith, Md. Abdul Awal, Nimal Ratnayake from NSRC taught workshops on Linux System Administration and Campus Network Design and Operations during the SANOG 33 event. Dale Smith presented a talk on "Lighting Fiber at greater than 1Gbs." NSRC was assisted by Sonam Penjor of the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) and Tshetum Dorji and Alisha Gurung from Bhutan Telecom.

NSRC-GARNET Campus Network Design and Operations Workshop and GIMPA DEA
December 10-14, 2018: Accra, Ghana

Hervey Allen, Philip Smith and Brian Candler taught a 5-day workshop at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) along with providing 4 days of direct engineering assistance to the university. Steven Huter and Andy Kirkpatrick from the NSRC were present as well to meet with engineers and administrators from the Ghanaian Academic and Research Network (GARNET). Many thanks go out to Emmanuel Togo of GARNET and the University of Ghana, Legon and Ato Yawson from Ashesi University for their assistance during the event.