The Department of Human Resource (DHR) at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has organised a day’s orientation and training for 117 National Service Personnel posted to COLTEK for the 2017-2018 service period.
A lecturer at the Department of Communication and Media Studies of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Ms. Gifty Appiah-Adjei has warned UEW reporters to refrain from gifts that may influence their reportage.
She said there may be nothing wrong in accepting gifts (soli) or an envelope from event organisers but the question to ask oneself was the motive behind it.
The Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) on Wednesday, 8th November, 2017 inaugurated a five-member Audit Committee at the Council Chamber, North Campus in Winneba.
The five-member Audit Committee consisted of two Internal Auditors nominated by the Governing Council and three External Auditors nominated by the Internal Audit Agency (IAA) and Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG). The nominees were Professor Kwame Adom-Frimpong (IAA), Mr. Francis Obeng (ICAG), Mr. Thomas Atuam, Mr. John Darko and Mr. Nathan Yankey (IAA).
The Registrar of the University of Education, Winneba, Surv. Paul Osei-Barima Esq, has held an interactive session with Union Executives of UEW Winneba campus on Monday 6th October, 2017 at the Registrar's Conference Room.
The Faculty of Educational Studies, University of Education, Winneba (UEW), in collaboration with the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD) has held its 12th ISSBD African workshop. The four-day workshop took place at the Jophus Anamoah-Mensah Conference from Monday 30th October, 2017 to Thursday 2nd November, 2017.
During an interraction to introduce himself as the new Registrar of the University of Education, Winneba, Surv. Paul Osei-Barima charged students leaders to be good ambassadors of the University and also lead their followers to do same. Attached is a recording of the interraction.
Veteran folk musician of high-life music, Agya Koo Nimo has advised contemporary musicians to avoid the use of Pidgin English and use more of “traditional rap” to promote the rich culture of Ghanaian songs.
He said that the music industry was dying due to high patronage of modern rap. He therefore admonished new artistes to value “traditional rap” as it portrays the unique Ghanaian culture.