The College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) was the centre of attraction from April 13-14, 2018 as it organised its maiden Fashion Show, and the annual Catering and Fashion Exhibition. Dynamic fashion products and food varieties by final-year Fashion Design and Textile, as well as Hospitality and Tourism students respectively of the College were showcased to demonstrate some of the things they had learnt for their four years of study.
Participants who attended a two-day workshop organised by the University of Education Winneba (UEW) in Kumasi for its affiliate institutions in the Northern Sector of the country gave thumbs-up to UEW for the move which in their view would positively impart the quality of their delivery.
The Inter-University Conference for Doctoral Studies (IUCDS) in collaboration with the Department of French Education, the Faculty of Foreign Languages Education and Communication, the College of Languages Education (CoLANGE) and the School of Graduate Studies has organised its second seminar for doctoral scholars at the University of Education, Winneba (UEW).
The Centre for School and Community Science and Technology Studies (SACOST) under the Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS) organised a two day workshop for Math and Science teachers of the Effutu Municipality.
Math and Science are two most important subjects in this era. Any country’s survival is dependent on these two areas. However, pupils/students find these areas very difficult to understand which leads to poor performances of pupils/students.
The College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) on April 4, 2018 witnessed an excellent display by the College Cadet Corps as the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) there organised a special parade to herald this year’s SRC Week celebrations. The Military Cadet Corps turned-out smartly in their dominant red and black ceremonial uniforms and treated members of the College Community to some delightful slow and quick precision-marching and riffle displays. The College Band was also in attendance to spice up the event with some patriotic songs.
A total of 135 out of 452 applicants qualified for the maiden Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) for brilliant but needy students.
The Scholarship Scheme was launched in 2016 to provide financial support to students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), from low-income background to create an opportunity for them to have access to higher education.
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).
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.