EMBARK ON MORE RESEARCH WORKS – MENTORS TASK MENTEES

Mentees have been presented with the opportunity to present their research papers for suggestions and recommendations from their mentors and colleagues in a seminar held by the Gender Mainstreaming Directorate from 30th January to 31st January, 2017 at the Registrar’s Conference Room.

The welcome address by the Director of Gender Mainstreaming Directorate, UEW, Obaapanin Oforiwaa Adu, commended all mentees for their efforts and the mentors for their dedication to the course over the year. She further encouraged the mentees to take in good faith the criticism and suggestions from the mentors, and allow them to propel them into writing a good research paper that can be published in any journal and other media outlets.

The seminar brought together 13 mentees and eight panel members, mainly mentors to critique the various presentations. The mentors on their part encouraged the mentees to embark on more rigorous research since it forms a major aspect of their career progression in the university. They indicated their readiness to offer assistance even beyond the scheduled time for the mentoring scheme put in place by the Directorate of Gender Mainstreaming.

Some topics presented during the Conference were; 

  1. Performance Appraisal and its Impacts on Employee Performance: A Case of UEW by Ms. Patricia Kaitoo
  2. Improving Internal Communications in UEW by Ms. Dorothy Frimpong
  3. A History of Public Relations Education in Ghana by Mr. Asare Okae-Anti
  4. The Role of Public Relations in Organizational Branding: A Case Study of Alisa Hotel by Ms. Abena Abokoma Asemanyi
  5. Mythopoesis in Ayikwei Armah’s Orisis Rising by Ms. Michelle Debrah
  6. Investigating the Mathematical Thinking Skills of Pre-Service Teachers by Nana Akosua Owusu-Ansah
  7. Modelling Organizational Culture and Employees Job Satisfaction in Ghana by Mr. Richard Asomadu Oppong.
  8. Maternal Work and Exclusive Breastfeeding Practice: A Community-Based Cross Sectional Study in Effutu Municipal, Ghana by Ms. Jacqueline Nkrumah
  9. In-Service Training and Higher Productivity: A Case Study of UEW by Ms. Regina Aggrey and Mr. Percy P.K. Mbir Taylor
  10. Harnessing Indigenous Basket Resources for National Development: Along Term Prospect for Mathematics Education by Mr. Clement Ali
  11. Towards Standardization of Ghanaian English – A Case Study of UEW Students by Ms. Cynthia Logogye
  12. Minimizing face-threat at complaints – A Case of Ghanaian Letters to the Editor by Miss. Bliss Acheampong

High profile personalities who were present to supervise the presentations were the Dean, School of Graduate Studies, Prof. J. Armah, Head of SACOST, Prof. Kolawale Raheem, Head of CETDAR, Dr. Sally Essuman, Dean of the Faculty of Science Education, Prof. Asiedu Addo, Dean of Student Affairs, Prof. C.W.K. Mereku, Deputy Registrar in charge of Human Resource, Mrs. Okae-Anti, Deputy Registrar in charge of publications and communications, Mr. Steve van Kamassah, Head of NCRIBE, Dr. Eric Ananga, Senior Lecturer from the Department of Mathematics Education, Dr. Asumang, and an Assistant Registrar from the Division of Academic Affairs, Mr. Gideon Anapey. Source: Media Relations