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UEW to Host 2018 Annual General Meeting of IPR, Ghana

The University of Education, Winneba has secured the hosting right to organise the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Institute of Public Relations, Ghana (IPR). The University was given the mandate to host the forum due to the outstanding commitment and dedication of IPR members on its campus. Currently, UEW has five members who are in good standing with the Institute. This comprises: Three Accredited members, One Associate member and One Affiliate member. 

UEW Purchases New 68 Seater Bus for Students

The University of Education, Winneba has added a 68 seater bus to its fleet of vehicles. Receiving keys to the bus, the Acting Vice Chancellor said the additional bus is meant to further improve the University transport system and lessen the burden staff and students face when large numbers of people are to be transported.

The Head of Transport Section, Mr. Alvin Andoh who witnessed the ceremony indicated that the new bus has increased the number of 68 seater buses in the University to four.

Gender Interventions Impel Females to Leadership – Prof. Nsoh

The Principal of the College of Languages Education of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Ajumako Campus, Professor Avea Ephraim Nsoh has said that the emergence of Gender Mainstreaming Directorate at the College has been helpful in propelling more women to leadership positions at the University.

He said his vision to have the unit at the College was essentially to help involve more women in the affairs of the university, adding that; he was happy to have achieved that dream.

UEW Holds Workshop for Business Owners in Winneba

As part of efforts to bridge the gap between the University and the community, the Procurement Department in collaboration with the Division of Human Resource has held a workshop for all business owners in the Effutu Municipality. The event, which was held on 4th October, 2017 at the JN Aryeetey Auditorium sought to educate the business community on opportunities in the University they could access.