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To challenge the youth to use their gift to persue Christ.
That the young teenagers would be able to envagelise christ to the Nations.
The Centre for Hearing and Speech Services (CHSS) of the University of Education, Winneba partnered the Rotary Club of Accra to provide free eye and ear screening services to two communities in Gyaahadze near Winneba. The event which took place last Saturday 9th August, 2016, at the Methodist Rafiki Village, brought together over 100 inhabitants of the two communities in Gyaahadze including women, men and children of all ages and stages of life. A team of medical practitioners from the Audiology department of the University of Education, Winneba led by Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar Dr.
The Hall Managers of the University of Education, Winneba, Winneba Campus have presented a Wall Clock to Senior Members in the Offices of the Registrar to be fixed at the Registrar’s Conference Room at the Pecku Building Annex, North Campus.
The presentation was made at a meeting held on Tuesday 9th August, 2016 at the Registrar’s Conference Room.
Presenting the Clock on behalf of the Hall Managers were the Hall Manageress for Ghartey Hall, Mrs. Haggah Bampoh-Addo and the Hall Manager for Simpa Hall, Mr. Foster Amoani.
Source: Media Relations office
The University of Education, Winneba has received an Accordion Musical Instrument from Professor Florence Dolphyne of the University of Ghana, Legon on Wednesday, August 10, 2016.
In a statement, Prof. Dolphyne remarked that the musical instrument belonged to her late father and she deemed it appropriate to send it to a place where it would be put to good use and this informed her decision to make the presentation to the University of Education, Winneba.
The Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS) has organised a public lecture on “Open Distance and eLearning in Tertiary Institutions” at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre on 1st August, 2016.
Introducing participants to the work of the Commonwealth of Learning, the President and Chief Executive Officer, Prof. Asha Singh Kanwar who was the guest speaker at the lecture said that the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an intergovernmental organisation established by Commonwealth Heads of Government.
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) was established in 1992 as a university college that brought together seven training colleges under one roof. Initially the University of Cape Coast acted as a ‘mentor’, overseeing UEW’s academic programmes. In 2004, UEW was upgraded to a fully fledged, autonomous university.
At a ceremony held in Belgium (Brussels) on Saturday 4th June 2016, the University of Education, Winneba was honoured by the European Society for Quality and Research with the Platinum Award for Best Practices.
The award ceremony brought together representatives from institutions and organisations from across the length and breadth of the globe (Asia, Europe, Africa, America and Australia). Institutions were assessed for outstanding commitment, support and results in quality management strategies.
A 17-member council has been inaugurated at the University of Education, Winneba on Thursday 30th June, 2016. The Honourable Minister for Education, Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang administered the oath of office and secrecy to the new council at a ceremony held at the Council Chamber of the University of Education, Winneba.
Two Policy Manuals has been launched at the University of Education, Winneba on 13th April, 2016. Over 200 stakeholders of education which included faculty, staff, students, corporate organisations and representatives from the National Council for Tertiary Education, were brought together to witness the event at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre.
Dr. Berth Offei-Awuku