Announcement

AVU Programmes

 

Admission is open for short courses in 

  • ICT Basic Skills
  • ICT Integration in Mathematics and Science

Duration: 6 Weeks

Mode of Delivery: face to face and online

Venue: AVU Centre, North Campus, University of Education, Winneba

Target group: University staff, Trainee teachers, In-service Teachers and Education Support Staff

Pick up a form @ GHs 50.00 from the Division of Academic Affairs

Note: There are limited number of scholarships

The Department of History and Political Science Education Seminar Series

We cordially invite you once again to our Wednesday Seminar Series to be presented by Sean Reid(Syracuse Univ.,USA).

Topic: "Remote Sensed Imagery to Study Lifeways of people of Central and Western Regions over the past 2000 years"

Date: 5 April 2017

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

Chair: Mr. Eric S. Nketiah (University of Education, Winneba)

Venue: Departmental Reading Room,LT 306

Pre-Easter Health Walk

UEW GENDER CLUB IN COLLABORATION WITH GENDER MAINSTREAMING DIRECTORATE IS ORGANISING A PRE-EASTER HEALTH WALK FOR ALL STAFF AND STUDENTS SCHEDULED AS FOLLOWS:

DATE: SATURDAY 8TH APRIL, 2017

TIME: 5:30 A.M

MEETING POINT: PECKU BUILDING NORTH CAMPUS

SIDE ATTRACTION: SURPRISE

STAFF VACANCY

The University of Education, Winneba, announces for the information of the University Community and the General Public, the availability of THREE (3) VACANCIES FOR LAWYERS IN ITS REGISTRY (LEGAL SERVICES OFFICE).

  • JOB DESCRIPTION/DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidates who will report to the Registrar will be required to:

The Department of History and Political Science Education Seminar Series

Invitation to our Wednesday Seminar Series to be presented by Mr. Kwabena Asare Okae-Anti (University of Education, Winneba).

Topic: "Towards a certificate or diploma in historical writing: a proposal"

Date: 5 April 2017

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

Chair: Mr. Amanor-Lartey (University of Education, Winneba)

Venue: Departmental Reading Room,LT 306

All are cordially invited

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