M.Phil programme was also mounted to enable individuals to specialize in the various units of Home Economics, Food and Nutrition, Clothing and Textiles and Family Resource Management to teach in the tertiary level.
The M.Ed Sandwich programme was mounted to enable Home Economics, Fashion and Catering teachers in tertiary institutions to upgrade themselves to qualify to teach at the tertiary level.
The 4-year B.Ed Home Economics Education started in 1992 to meet the national need for teachers with higher academic qualification to teach in Ghanaian schools.
In the 2009/2010 academic year, the University made it a policy for all Departments in the science Faculty to offer B.Sc (Bachelor of Science) Programme. Since the Department of Home Economics Education operates under the Faculty of Science Education, the contents and names of our programmes also changed to conform to the faculty’s requirements.
As part of our training programmes for Hall Assistants in the University, the Division of Human Resource in collaboration with Managers of Hall of Residence UEW, Winneba campus is organizing a-two-day workshop for all hall assistants of the University scheduled as follows:
Date : 10th – 11th October, 2016
Venue : Registrar’s Conference Room
Time : 9:00a.m. Each Day
A memorandum of understanding has been signed between UEW and Al-faruq college of Education on 4th October, 2016 at the Council Chamber. The agreement is to provide mentoring for Al-faruq College of Education in the capacity building of their staff.
Dr. Eric D. Ananga has been nominated as the Secretary to the Ghana Education Research Association (GERA) at the just ended 2nd International Conference on Education and Research for Development in Africa (ICERDA) held from 3rd to 5th October 2016 at Alisa Hotel, Accra.
The University Library has organized a workshop for selected library staff from Winneba, Ajumako, Kumasi and Mampong Campuses.
REPORT ON THE COMMUNITY HISTORY WRITING PROJECT (PILOTING)
The general public is cordially invited to a public lecture organised by the Centre for Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies as follows:
Topic: Importance of Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies in present development discourse
Speaker: Dr. Colm Thomas O. Cuanachain - Senior Director, Office of the Secretary General, Amnesty International
Chairman: Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, UEW
The World Bank Group’s Early Learning Partnership (ELP) is launching the Africa Early Years Fellowship to recruit a cadre of young African professionals to support governments and World Bank teams to scale up investments in the early years.
The Department is organizing resit/supplementary examinations for students who were referred or have supplementary to write in the 2015/2016 general courses (both first and second semesters). Below are the general courses:
The Food Production Unit provides catering services to the University community and its environs.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Mawutor Avoke has advised fresh men and women to be focused, resolute, avoid plagiarism and be aware of self-destructive behaviours like smoking, alcohol and drugs, during their stay on campus. He stressed on the need to avoid plagiarism as this could deny them their certificates.
This is an accessible and lively introduction to the human resource management, focusing on the frameworks of people management strategies, and covering the basic operational areas and practices of HRM. The sixth edition continues to explore ideas and themes in an engaging style with reference to real-life examples, and offers student-friendly features and activities.
The decades of independence in Ghana have strengthened the idea of a national Ghanaian culture. The culture and customs of Ghana today are a product of diversity in traditional forms, influenced by a long history of Islamic and European contact. "Culture and Customs of Ghana" is the first book to concisely provide an up-to-date narrative on the most significant elements of the established cultural life and institutions as well as the most recent changes in the cultural landscape.