The Department of Home Economics of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has received assorted equipment from the Valco Trust Fund in support of the operations of the department. It was in response to a request made by two lecturers of the department as a result of need to retool the various vocational and technical sections of the department.
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Wednesday 18th January , 2017 9:10 am
A beneficiary of the Vodafone Foundation’s scholarship scheme for girls, Seline Delamo has hailed the telecom company for paying her tuition and other academic expenses following the death of her guardian.
The University of Education, Winneba placed 452nd out 516 Universities in the 2016 UI GreenMetric World Rankings.
The ranking which is done annually aim at comparing universities effort towards sustainability and environmental friendliness in the discharge of their mandates. Out of the total number of 75 countries surveyed, UEW was the only university from Ghana.
Information used for the ranking were weighted in six broad categories namely;
In a bid to help execute a nation-wide school language mapping exercise, the Faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education of the College of Languages Education, UEW, in partnership with the USAID Ghana Partnership for Education-Learning has held a training workshop from 6th -11th February, 2016.
Mentees have been presented with the opportunity to present their research papers for suggestions and recommendations from their mentors and colleagues in a seminar held by the Gender Mainstreaming Directorate from 30th January to 31st January, 2017 at the Registrar’s Conference Room.
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Very Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni, has urged newly appointed faculty members to be committed to building themselves up in their chosen career.
The Office for Institutional Advancement (O.I.A) has been tasked to boost UEW Alumni Database to create an active platform for engaging the Alumni community in projecting its achievements.
This came up in the opening remarks of the Deputy Registrar in charge of the Division of Human Resource, Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti, at an in-service training held for staff of the Office for Institutional Advancement from 10th to12th December, 2016 at the Pecku Conference Room.
The Vodafone Foundation Scholarship Scheme has received praises for supporting female Education in Ghana. This was revealed in a study carried out by the Foundation early this year.
The University of Education, Winneba, and (UEW) participated in the on-going 10th Ghana Higher Education Fair in Wa, in the Upper West Region of Ghana organised by I-Texon Ghana. The first phase of the fair commenced on the 18th January and ended on 20th January, 2017. It brought together students from about fifteen (15) Second Cycle Institutions in the Upper West Region of Ghana to have interaction with five (5) Tertiary Institutions in the country regarding their academic programmes on offer.
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