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Radio Windy Bay Undertakes Second Humanitarian Exercise at Sekagyaano - Winneba

The ultimate in Campus Radio, Radio Windy Bay 98.3 FM in collaboration with Diabetes Care for West Africa, Saturday 23rd September, 2017 undertook free diabetes and blood pressure screening exercise at Sekagyaano, a suburb of Winneba as part of their social responsibilities.

The exercise was the second of its kind. The first was held on Saturday 2nd September, 2017 at Penkye with massive patronage as compared to the second.

Settling in

This topic is packaged to assist both fresh and continuing students settle in well into the New Semester. The aim is to assist, inform, encourage and motivate students to settle in seamlessly into the semester. 

The programme touched on how to settle in Academically and Socially.

Additionally, the topic "Settling In" gives a panoramic view of how to be a successful student, including about seven characteristics of a successful student. 

THE 2017 COMMUNITY HISTORY WRITING PROJECT (CHWP)

The 2017 Community History Writing Project (CHWP) took place in Apam in the Central Region of Ghana, from 21st August, 2017 to 1st September, 2017 and marks the second CHWP organized by the Department of History Education (DHE) at the University of Education, Winneba. The CHWP is designed and aimed at engaging students of history, specifically from the Department of History Education of the University of Education, Winneba, in writing the History of communities in Ghana.

UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, WINNEBA (UEW) BIDS FAREWELL TO DR. JIM WEILER, FORMER ACTING HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY EDUCATION.

On 7th August, 2017, the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) bid farewell to Dr. James M. Weiler, and his family at a surprise send-off party. The event was organized by the Faculty of Social Science Education, UEW. It was to recognize the good work he did for UEW and also celebrate his time at the University.

WELCOME ADDRESS BY NEW ACTING HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY EDUCATION

 

I wish to welcome everyone to the beginning of the 2017/2018 academic year as the Department of History Education (DHE) of the University of Education, Winneba enters  a new era. The time ahead look challenging but also promises new and exciting changes to the Department.

I wish to pay  tribute to the former H.O.D for all that he was able to do and to express my appreciation for his efforts in building the Department of History Education almost from the scratch as its foundation H.O.D.