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Department of Art Education Donates to UTV

The Department of Art Education of the University of Education, Winneba has donated three mural paintings to Universal Television (UTV), in recognition of its contributions to the promotion of arts-oriented programmes for national development.

The three murals titled, Adekye Nsoroma, Power in communication and The Weaves of Beauty are to serve as set designs for UTV’s famous morning show dubbed ‘Adekye Nsoroma’. The designs have high Ghanaian aesthetic content that differs from Eurocentric concept of aesthetics.

Ghana Home Economics Association Marks World Home Economics Day

The Ghana Home Economics Association has joined the world in marking World Home Economics Day with a workshop held at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre at the University of Education, Winneba on 21st March, 2017. The workshop was organised to promote the International Federation of Home Economics and the Home Economics profession.

FASU Committee Appoints Steve van Kamassah as Member

The Deputy Registrar in-charge of the Division for Publications and Communication at the University of Education, Winneba, Steve van Kamassah, has been appointed to serve on the Federation of Africa University Sports (FASU) Committee for Marketing, Strategic Partnership, Media and Communication (CMSPMC) for a period of two years (March 2017 to March 2019).

The appointment was conveyed in a letter signed by FASU President, Dr. Malumbete Ralethe, dated January 1, 2017 indicating the roles and responsibilities of the committee.

Distinguish yourself to sell yourself: Business students urged

 

The Chief Executive Officer of Crystal Continental Consult and President of Crytal-Add Youth Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation, Mr. Daniel Addo, has urged students of the Department of Business Education in the University of Education, Winneba to distinguish themselves, know what employers are looking for, develop effective communication skills, establish professional and career life, as well as motivation and drive behind their career goals to sell themselves to prospective employers.