The Department of History Education in partnership with the Department of Political Science wish to invite the general public to its fourth Departmental Seminar on Wedndesday, 23rd November, 2016.
Directors: Samuel M. Yirenkyi and Kwasi Amponsah
The play “Midnight Hotel” exposes some of the inherent vices associated with society. Osofisan in this play reveals basic vices evident in each character such as corruption, bribery, misappropriation, promiscuity, favoritisms, among others.
The University of Education, Winneba invites applications from suitably qualified staff within the Registry of the University of Education, Winneba to fill two (2) vacant Senior Member positions:
- Position - Assistant Registrars/Junior Assistant Registrars
Qualification and Experience
Candidates seeking appointment as Assistant Registrars/Junior Assistant Registrars in the Registrar’s
The Department of Home Economics invites the general public to its food exhibition, promotion of endangered Ghanaian dishes and dishes from lesser used-food commodities in Ghana by level 300 students of the department.
The exhibition forms part of the semester's course HEC 351: Recipe Development and Food Preservation.
Date: 16th November, 2016
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Venue: Home Economics Department, North Campus
As part of our civic responsibility and to inculcate the spirit of volunteerism, the Office for Institutional Advancement (OIA), University of Education, Winneba is inviting selfless students and staff to form the UEW Volunteers Club.
Invitation is hereby extended to interested students and staff of the University of Education, Winneba (at Winneba Campus, Kumasi Campus, Asante-Mampong Campus and Ajumako Campus) to register.
THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION CORDIALLY INVITES THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY TO THIS MONTH SEMINAR SERIES
TOPIC: WHAT IS GRADE 'A' PAPER
PRESENTER: MR. BENJAMIN ASANTE
VENUE: DEPARTMENTAL READING ROOM 306
The Counselling Centre announces to the general public that the Centre is operating and its doors are always open to anyone who needs assistance.
Location: Adjacent to the old Library of the University, or opposite the Taxi Rank, North Campus.
Main Aim: Enhancing the emotional, mental and psychological security of both students and staff by educating, encouraging and motivating clients to have a positive outlook towards life in spite of any issues they have.
The Department of History Education in partnership with the Department of Political Science wish to invite the general public to its fourth Departmental Seminar on 26 October,2016.
Topic: The Role of Social Media in Electioneering in Ghana: The Success and Challenges
Presenter: Mr. Isaac Brako
Time: 3:00pm- 5:00pm
Venue: Departmental Reading Room, 306