Graduate Unemployment is not caused by lack of Employment opportunities….it is caused lack of employability skills among graduate
As part of the continuous assessment of the level 100 students of the Department of Basic Education for the course: Introduction to basic grammar and literature, a workshop on writing stories for children has been held at the old pavilion, north campus of the University of Education, Winneba on Saturday 8th October, 2016.
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) which is a pace setter in Distance Education in Ghana has added on to its innovative ways of delivering distance education, a New Mobile App to be accessed by its numerous distance students across the country.
This innovation is a mobile application; called “UEW Distance App” created by the Information Technology Services Directorate of the University and can be found on Google Play Store.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between UEW and St. Vincent College of Education, Yendi on Tuesday, 4th October, 2016 at the Council Chamber.
A memorandum of understanding has been signed between UEW and Al-faruq college of Education on 4th October, 2016 at the Council Chamber. The agreement is to provide mentoring for Al-faruq College of Education in the capacity building of their staff.
Dr. Eric D. Ananga has been nominated as the Secretary to the Ghana Education Research Association (GERA) at the just ended 2nd International Conference on Education and Research for Development in Africa (ICERDA) held from 3rd to 5th October 2016 at Alisa Hotel, Accra.
The University Library has organized a workshop for selected library staff from Winneba, Ajumako, Kumasi and Mampong Campuses.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Mawutor Avoke has advised fresh men and women to be focused, resolute, avoid plagiarism and be aware of self-destructive behaviours like smoking, alcohol and drugs, during their stay on campus. He stressed on the need to avoid plagiarism as this could deny them their certificates.
Sabbatical leave is defined as a period of time in which a person does not report to his regular job but remains employed with that company. It is a period of paid leave from work given periodically for study or travel. At the University, faculty members often use the period for independent research, writing, etc.
Benefits of Sabbatical
Assoc. Prof. Ephraim Avea Nsoh has been appointed as Principal of the College of Languages Education, University of Education, Winneba. The appointment which is for a contract period of four years takes effect from October 1, 2016.
Assoc. Prof. Ephraim Avea Nsoh started his career at UCEW in 1993 as a part-time tutor. Two years later, he attained status of a full-time employee. By dint of hard work, he rose to the rank of an Associate Professor in 2012. Assoc. Prof. Nsoh was employed at the then Department of Ghanaian Languages Education.