Eight graduate students from the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) are visiting the University of Hamburg (UH) as part of collaborative arrangement between the Department of Psychology & Education, UEW and the Faculty of Education of UH. The students were drawn from the Centre for Human Rights, Conflict & Peace Studies, Departments of History, Political Science, Arts, English, Wood Technology (Kumasi Campus) as well as Psychology & Education.
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The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) on Monday, 3rdJune, 2019, hosted the Israeli Ambassador to Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone, Her Excellency (H. E.) Shani Cooper and a four member delegation from Project TEN at the Council Chamber, North Campus, UEW.
H. E. Shani Cooper’s visit to UEW is the first to any university in Ghana since her appointment as an Ambassador to the three West African nations.
Management of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has on Thursday, 30th May, 2019 signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Licensed Surveyors Association of Ghana (LISAG) at the Council Chamber, North Campus, UEW.
The agreement is intended to establish and strengthen scholarly, academic and professional links between the two institutions in the areas of consultancy, research, multidisciplinary industrial training and promotion of scholarship to enrich the human resource base of the respective institutions.
The 2018/19 executives of the Association of Economics Students (AES) have donated items worth GH₵ 7,000.00 to the Department of Economics Education. The items include three public address systems, two table top fridges, a podium, a set of jerseys, a football, five office chairs, backdrop for the association, six microphones and six pairs of microphone batteries.
This took place on Wednesday at the Faculty of Social Sciences Education (FSSE) Block, North Campus, Winneba.
The Department of Early Childhood Education (ECE) has held an Exhibition of Instructional Materials developed by level 300 students at the Faculty Block, North Campus, Winneba.
The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has donated six mobile Public Address (PA) Systems and 20 large size litter bins to the College.
The donation of PA Systems and litter bins worth a total of GH₵ 12,000.00 was SRC’s contribution towards effective teaching and learning in a clean environment.
Management of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has cut sod for the construction of a Food Court (eatery) and has also commissioned two projects all at the University’s North Campus in Winneba. The two projects commissioned were Clothing Production Unit Block and Food Production Unit Restaurant.
This is in fulfillment of Management’s dedication to improve infrastructure and provide a serene environment for efficient academic work as well as a conducive place of eating for the well-being of staff and students.
29 beneficiaries of the Pent Scholarship and Vodafone Ghana Foundation Scholarship from the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) have been spurred on to make worthy profits of the scholarships and to focus on their books to make themselves and the benefactors proud.
This advice was given at the Registrar’s Conference Room, North Campus, Winneba during an interaction session organised by the Gender Mainstreaming Directorate, UEW.
The Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has appealed to government to grant the University “a very handsome financial clearance” so it can augment its teaching and non-teaching staff strength for the effective and efficient delivery of its mandate.
The appeal follows additional responsibility that the government has recently given UEW by affiliating 15 Colleges of Education to the University to mentor and help in their continuous professional and infrastructural development and governance.
A retired Senior Assistant Registrar (SAR) of the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK), University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Mr. Archie Kelly Taylor has donated boxes of academic and Christian religious books to the College. This adds to an earlier collection of English books he donated to the College, four years ago.
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