Announcement

Dance Production "Asoboya"

“Asoboya”(meaning Animals or Living creatures) is a research into the extent to which animal gestures could be incorporated into cotemporary African choreographic pieces. This area of research is very common with the Western world but it is surprising to note that it might be the first of its kind in Ghana. “Asoboya” is a dance production choreographed by a final year student, Charles Allotey-Harding.

The programme is scheduled as follows: Date: Thursday, 6th April; Friday, 7th April; and Saturday, 8th April, 2017.

Venue: Amu Theatre, Central Campus

Time: 7:00pm

Tune in to “Nuggets for Life” on 98.3Fm

With the recent spate of suicides in tertiary institutions it is crucial that students and staff alive are equipped with the needed tools to deal with hurts, disappointments, frustrations and disillusionment.  These negative perceptions and feelings can lead to depression with its inevitable suicidal tendencies.  So don’t fall victim to these tendencies!!  You can’t give up!!  So Tune in to “Nuggets for Life”.  This and every Thursday from 5pm to 6:30pm on Radio Windybay - 98.3Fm, for educational and insightful presentations and discussions that will equip you with the need

Scheduled Website Maintenance

 

We wish to inform all stakeholders of our ongoing scheduled maintenance work for the period 13th – 24th March 2017.

To forestall interruptions in web services, most of the works will be carried out during off peak periods (i.e. between the hours of 8pm – 4am) on working days, and on Saturday and Sunday.

Do bear with us for any inconvinience.

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Ajumako Hall Week Celebration

Ajumako Hall wishes to inform the University Community that its Hall Week Celebration is scheduled as follows:

Date:    15th to 19th March, 2017

Venue: Ajumako Campus

Note:

This year’s hall week is going to be celebrated in grand style. Interesting and Educative activities scheduled for the week are as follows:

  • Inter level  soccer
  • Debates
  • Float
  • Clean up exercise
  • Dinner and  lots more

Sponsors

The Department of History and Political Science Education Seminar Series

Invitation to our Wednesday Seminar Series to be presented by Dr. Edward Abaka (University of Miami).

Topic: "Merchants, Carriers, Soldiers, and Educators: The Hausa Diaspora in Ghana (Asante and the Gold Coast ), 1860 - 1960"

Date: 15th March, 2017.

Time: 3:30 - 5:00 pm(GMT)

Chair: Dr. Briama A. Imurana (University of Education, Winneba)

Venue: Departmental Reading Room,LT 306

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