Ghana National History Day (NHD) is a programme designed to create opportunities for teachers, students and others who are interested in the study of history to engage in real historical research. The aim is to encourage people of diverse backgroundsparticularly; school children to be involved in doing history and in doing so create awareness of the value of history. The idea is to learn history by doing history.
“Speculating about the future can be a useful way of assessing the present.“ (Arnett 2000) Two main goals of research on childhood and youth are: to reveal those social structures that affect the quality of children's and young peo‐ ple´s lives, and to develop approaches that help to improve their living conditions and future prospects. In this respect, childhood and adolescence are closely tied to the question of the future, on both an individual and a social level. But how do chil‐ dren and young people look into their future themselves?
The Office for Institutional Advancement (O.I.A) has been tasked to boost UEW Alumni Database to create an active platform for engaging the Alumni community in projecting its achievements.
This came up in the opening remarks of the Deputy Registrar in charge of the Division of Human Resource, Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti, at an in-service training held for staff of the Office for Institutional Advancement from 10th to12th December, 2016 at the Pecku Conference Room.
The Department of History Education in partnership with the Department of Political Science Education are pleased to invite you to its Wednesday Seminar Series.
Next two weeks event is scheduled as follows:
Topic: Asymmetric Expectations in Local Governance? Unit Committees under Ghana’s Decentralized System.
Presenter: Dr. Gabriel Botchwey
Date: Wednnesday, 8 February, 2017
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm (GMT)
Venue: Departmental Reading Room, LT 306
The Vodafone Foundation Scholarship Scheme has received praises for supporting female Education in Ghana. This was revealed in a study carried out by the Foundation early this year.
The University of Education, Winneba, and (UEW) participated in the on-going 10th Ghana Higher Education Fair in Wa, in the Upper West Region of Ghana organised by I-Texon Ghana. The first phase of the fair commenced on the 18th January and ended on 20th January, 2017. It brought together students from about fifteen (15) Second Cycle Institutions in the Upper West Region of Ghana to have interaction with five (5) Tertiary Institutions in the country regarding their academic programmes on offer.
The Dean of the Faculty of Science Education, Professor Samuel K. Asiedu-Addo has called on all Administrative and Clerical staff in the Faculty to be very circumspect, efficient in their work and to be supportive of their heads of department in handling administrative matters.
Staff of the Faculty of Foreign Languages Education and Communication of the University of Education, Winneba organised a retreat from 22nd December, to 23rd December, 2016 at Manna Heights Hotel in Mankessim to share ideas on improving and promoting the growth of the Faculty.
The National Institute of Development Administration is organizing the 6th NIDA summer camp on “Sustainable Community Development”, for overseas and domestic students.
Date: 12th - 21st June, 2017
Venue: NIDA - Bangkok, Thailand
Highlights of Program