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March 2018

Graphic Design

INTRODUCTION

The Department of Graphic Design (DGD) at the University of Education, Winneba in Ghana is well positioned to deliver effectively on its mandated duties. Organized by the effective leadership of previous heads, the Department has not relented in its efforts towards the development of a creativity-driven community of students and staff committed to the active interrelationship of thoughts, procedures and praxis.

Vacation Theatre Camp – 2018

The Department of Theatre Arts, University of Education, Winneba is organizing a Vacation Theatre Arts Camp during this long vacation. It is an intensive but interactive training on the introductive aspect of performance (Acting, Scriptwriting, Directing, TV/Film Production etc.)

 

The Programme is open to:

Disbursement of the UEW Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund

The Management Board of the UEW Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund is pleased to announce to all beneficiaries of the fund the following scheduled dates for the presentation of awards on the various Campuses.

 

AJUMAKO CAMPUS

Faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education

Date:  16/03/2018

Venue:  Conference Room

Time:   9:00am

 

KUMASI CAMPUS

Venue:      Conference Room

Time:        9:00am

Academic Board Condemns Misconduct of Dr. Samuel Ofori Bekoe

At its regular meeting held on 23rd February, 2018, the Chairman of the Academic Board apologized to the Board for the rigorous security checks they had to undergo before being given access to the Council Chamber. He explained that the security checks were unusual of Academic Board Meetings, however, it had been necessitated by a security threat posed by a member of the Governing Council, Dr. Samuel Ofori Bekoe, during the Council’s meeting held the previous day. According to the Chairman, Dr.

Cultural Week Celebration

The faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education presents a Cultural Week Celebration. The theme for the celebration is Our Language Our Identity.

The event takes off from February 19, 2018 to February 23, 2018. Activities for the week celebration is as follows:

Day 1:

 Monday, March 12, 2018

Wearing of traditional Attire (Staff and Students)

Time: All day.

Day 2:

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

INFOTESS TRAINS COLTEK STUDENTS TO BE BUSINESS STARTERS

Scores of students at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) grabbed the opportunity offered through a special entrepreneurship programme in the College to learn the skills of producing various items including toiletries, detergents and local non-alcoholic drinks. The March 8, 2018 event, organised by the Information Technology Students Society (INFOTESS) was to complement efforts already started by officialdom to ensure that all students from COLTEK got some entrepreneurial training before completing their respective programmes.

The 5th Biennial Social Science Conference

The Faculty of Social Science Education of the University of Education, Winneba, (UEW) Presents The 5th Biennial Social Science Conference on the theme:  “Education and National Development: Government, Universities, and Industry”. The Conference is under the Chairmanship of Rev. Fr. Prof. A. Afful-Broni, Acting Vice-Chancellor of UEW. The Keynote Speaker for the Conference is Prof. Yaw Ofosu-Kusi, former Dean, Faculty of Social Science Education.

 

“Let’s Ignite the Power in Women for Development” –Gender Mainstreaming Directorate

The Gender Mainstreaming Directorate (UEW) in collaboration with Graduate Students Association of Ghana (GRASAG) – UEW and National Union of Ghana Students (UEW Chapter) organised a three-day event from 8th  – 10th March, 2018 to mark the 2018 International Women’s Day (IWD). 

The launching of this year’s IWD took place on Thursday March 8, 2018 under the theme “Igniting the Power of the 21st Century Ghanaian Woman Towards Nation Building” at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre, North Campus.

Shaka, The Zulu, A Stage Play

SYNOPSIS

Difficulties are mostly bound to happen in the life of a man. But when they happen, do they become obstacles to the man’s success or rather aid him to excel in life?

Shaka finds himself in a similar situation.  But instead of seeing it as a reason for failure, he used it as a reason to succeed. When he finally attains the power and success he had worked for, is he able to sustain it or lose it?

Dates: 15th, 16th, 17th March 2018

Venue:  Amu Theatre

Time: 7pm

UEW Places 2nd Position in the Maiden Varsities Civic Challenge

The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 battled with the University of Education, Winneba in a debate for the topmost prize in the maiden edition of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE)’s 2018 Civic Challenge.

The motion for the debate was: “60 years after independence, does Ghana need foreign aid for its development?”

UEW Apologises to Neenyi Ghartey VII

Following a report to the Academic Board on 23rd February, 2018 of a threat by Dr. Samuel Ofori Bekoe (a Senior lecturer at UEW) to the Chairman and Members of the Governing Council on 22nd February, 2018 and Academic Board’s unanimous condemnation of such gross misconduct, a 10-member delegation from the Academic Board led by the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni paid a visit to the Paramount Chief of Effutu Traditional Council, Neenyi Ghartey VII to apologise.

YOU MAY KISS THE CORPSE

Synopsis

You May Kiss the Corpse by Nii Commey, is a dramatic comedy that addresses very pertinent family and national issues bothering Ghanaians and Africans at large. The play brings to light; the attempt of extended family members trying to reap where they did not sow and the Ghanaian culture of spending extravagantly on funerals. Other pertinent issues pertaining to Ghanaians/African culture are projected and addressed in this dramatic piece in a hilarious manner for the audiences' relaxation.