The exhilarating Exhibition and Fashion Show put together annually by the Department of Fashion Design and Textile Education (DFDTE) at the Kumasi Campus of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has this year received a major boost following the Department’s partnering with VLISCO Ghana Group, producers of Ghana Textiles Printers (GTP) to organise the event.
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The Office of Amalgamated Sports Clubs of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) on Saturday, 7th March, 2020 launched its sports policy at the Senior Members Association (SEMSA) Club House, North Campus, Winneba.
A level 300 Political Science Student of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Ms. Jennifer De-Graft Ninson has won a Databank Leadership and Excellence Award organised by Databank Foundation. Ms. De-Graft Ninson emerged as one of the winners for the Award organised on Wednesday, 19th February, 2020 at the Databank Head Office in Accra.
The image of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) continues to soar as a lecturer wins national and international awards in her area of expertise and research.
Dr. Mavis Amo-Mensah, who is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Communication and Media Studies, won the PR Academic of the year at the Eighth National PR and Communications Excellence Awards organised by the Institute of Public Relations (IPR), Ghana and 2019 Outstanding Author Contribution award organised by Emerald Publishing.
The Department of Educational Administration and Management under the Faculty of Educational Studies (FES) on Thursday, 5th March, 2020 held its maiden public lecture for staff and students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW).
The lecture, which took place at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre, North Campus, Winneba, was held on the topic “Beyond the call of duty: a Paradigm Shift for Productivity in Higher Education in West Africa”.
As the second edition of the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge (TBSC) draws to an end, the contest becomes more heated as four public institutions have secured their slots to battle it out in the semi-finals.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), the University of Cape Coast (UCC) and the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) secured their slots after winning their respective contests in the quarter final stage.
The Embassy of France in Accra, Ghana through its Service of Cooperation and Cultural Action (SCAC) has donated 21 assorted books to the Department of French Education of the University of Education, Winneba to support teaching and learning at the University.
This kind gesture is part of the embassy’s efforts to promote the French Language in Ghana. The donation was in response to a request submitted by the Department to the Embassy in November last year.
As part of its monthly community outreach programme, Radio Windy Bay, visited Ateitu, a suburb in the Effutu Municipality to have a first-hand account of developmental challenges confronting the community and to join with various stakeholders to propose remedies to the same.
The University of Education, Winneba, lived up to its mantra of "show them" in the second edition of the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge as it whipped the Africa University College of Communications (AUCC) to progress to stage two of the contest.
The UEW had a good start in the 7th contest of the stage one of the TBSC and maintained the lead through the various rounds of the contest. At the end of the 5th round, UEW progressed to the next stage with 56.5 points while AUCC scored 20.
The Apostels' Continuation Church International, Box 527, Winneba