The School of Creative Arts, as part of its educational and sensitization efforts of fostering deep understanding of the significance of the Visual Art Programme and the Creative Arts, has organized its second in a series of outreach programmes for students in senior high schools.
The Ghana National Service Scheme (GNSS) on Tuesday, 20th March, 2018, organised a Pre-Service Orientation programme for final year students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW). The programme which took place at the Jophus Anamoah-Mensah Conference Centre at the North Campus of UEW, Winneba comprised of both morning and afternoon sessions.
All final year students of the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) have undergone a day’s orientation that sought to educate them on the rudiments necessary for the year-long mandatory National Service Programme upon completion of their respective programmes.
The pre-service preparatory event was made possible through the collaboration of COLTEK’s Office of the Vice-Dean of Student Affairs, the Department of Academic Affairs and the Ashanti Regional Directorate of the National Service Secretariat (NSS).
On 19th March, 2018, an orientation to brief and usher three new Medical Officers into the health system of the University of Education, Winneba was organized by the Directorate of University Health Services.
The orientation exposed the Medical Officers to the guiding regulations, policies, and basic information needed to aid in smoothly carrying out their official duties as College Medical Officers.
The month of March is observed as the month to promote Ghanaian cultures and products. In this regard, the College of Languages Education (CoLANGE) celebrated its maiden cultural week from 12th – 16th March, 2018 at Ajumako.
A four-day seminar, has been organized at the University of Education, Winneba, from Monday 5th March, 2018 to Thursday 8th March, 2018 under the aegis of the Centre for International Programmes (CIP). The seminar was co-sponsored by UEW and University of Virginia located in the City of Charlottesville, under the theme “Sustaining Muni Lagoon and Winneba”. The seminar was about a project on tapping the economic potentials of Muni Lagoon, including ecotourism in Winneba.
The Kumasi Campus of the University of Education Winneba (UEW) was a beehive of mourners and sympathisers as hundreds swarmed the place from all walks of life to partake in the One-Week Observance of the passing of Late Prof. (Ing.) Reynolds Okai on March 18, 2018.
On Thursday, March 15, 2018, a four-member team of lecturers from the Department of Graphic Design, Department of Art Education, and Fashion and Textiles Education Unit in the School of Creative Arts, University of Education, Winneba visited Potsin T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School in the Central Region of Ghana to interact with staff and students of the Visual Art Department.
It has been a case of overwhelming outpouring of sympathies to the University of Education Winneba (UEW) and the family of the Late Prof. Reynolds Okai since news broke on February 18, 2018 about the death of the late Professor. Records at the Kumasi Campus of University, where the late Professor was Principal, are indicating umpteenth visit of individuals and institutions that are paying glowing tribute to the memory of the late Professor. Their descriptions of the demised Professor mainly trumpeted his attributes of affability, gentility, industry and religiosity.
All is set for what is expected to be a fitting One-Week Observance of the passing of Principal of the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) Prof. (Ing.) Reynolds Okai. In the last few days, every Tom, Dick and Harry at COLTEK has been busy doing one activity or the other, all in preparation for the One-Week Observance (typically an Asante customary rite) scheduled for Sunday March 18, 2018 at the ceremonial grounds at COLTEK.