Announcement

HISTORY DEPARTMENT-SEMINAR SERIES

THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION CORDIALLY INVITES THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY TO THIS MONTH SEMINAR SERIES

TOPIC:                     WHAT IS GRADE 'A' PAPER

PRESENTER:          MR. BENJAMIN ASANTE

VENUE:                   DEPARTMENTAL READING ROOM 306

DATE:                       09-11-2016

TIME:                        3:30PM

THE COUNSELLING CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, WINNEBA

The Counselling Centre announces to the general public that the Centre is operating and its doors are always open to anyone who needs assistance.

Location: Adjacent to the old Library of the University, or opposite the Taxi Rank, North Campus.

Main Aim:  Enhancing the emotional, mental and psychological security of both students and staff by educating, encouraging and motivating clients to have a positive outlook towards life in spite of any issues they have.

SEMINAR SERIES

The Department of History Education in partnership with the Department of Political Science wish to invite the general public to its fourth Departmental Seminar on 26 October,2016.

Topic:        The Role of Social Media in Electioneering in Ghana: The Success and Challenges

Presenter: Mr. Isaac Brako

Time:        3:00pm- 5:00pm

Venue:      Departmental Reading Room, 306

I’M SO HAPPY I COULD SHIT! BY MAXWELL ODOI-YEBOA and DAILY BREAD BY  NII COMMEY

The Department of Theatre Arts in collaboration with the Department of Theatre and Film Studies, University of Cape Coast is mounting two (2) plays with the titles: I am so happy I could just shit and Daily Bread:

 

I’M SO HAPPY I COULD SHIT!

          BY MAXWELL ODOI-YEBOA

Synopsis:

Gender summit/Health Screening and walk

GRASAG-UEW Women’s Commission in collaboration with the University Health Directorate, Gender Mainstreaming Directorate, UEW-HIV/AIDS Unit and the HPERS Department is organising an all-in-one event dubbed GENDER SUMMIT—Health Screening and Walk for students, staff and the University community.

The programme is under the theme:

A Healthy University Community, a Healthy Nation

The Adventures of Sasa and Esi by Martin Owusu

Director: Johnson KwekuEdu
Synopsis:
According to tradition, children are expected to accept and obey every instruction given them by their parents.
The story is told of Sasa a small boy, his younger sister, Esi and Subruku a Giant, who is the king of the forest. In this story we seePatam, a very wonderful dog and Papa, the father of the two children.
They lived in the heart of a forest because their father was a hunter.

STAFF VACANCY

The University of Education, Winneba, announces for the information of the University Community and the General Public, two vacancies in its ICT Services Directorate.

1. DIRECTOR, ICT SERVICES DIRECTORATE

THE POSITION