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University of Ghana at 70: College of Education Launches Anniversary Celebrations

It was all fun and excitement at the Athletics Oval when the College of Education launched its activities marking the 70th Anniversary celebrations of the University of Ghana. The launch was marked with a talk on healthy lifestyles, an aerobics session, fun games and a tree planting exercise.

Congregation Ceremony for College of Education

A Congregation ceremony has been held for undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education who successfully completed their programmes and met requirements for graduation in the 2017/2018 academic year. A total of 1409 students made up of 1147 undergraduates, 54 graduate students, and 208 Diploma students graduated on Saturday, April 28, 2018. 8 percent of diplomates graduated with distinctions, while 2 percent of undergraduates obtained first class honours, 39 percent second class upper division degrees, 44 percent second class lower and 15 percent third class.

College of Education Holds Durbar and Colloquium

The College of Education has held a Durbar and Colloquium on the theme: Celebrating Excellence: Shaping the Future of Education in Ghana, as part of year-long activities marking the 70th anniversary of the University of Ghana.

Prof. Kwame Offei, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Academic and Student Affairs, who gave the welcome address, noted that the College of Education was doing very well, and was creating opportunities for students through excellence in teaching, research and scholarship,

College of Education Hosts Seminar on Sexual Harassment and Misconduct

The College of Education has hosted a seminar to educate students of the College on the University’s Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Policy. The seminar, which was facilitated by the chairperson and members of the Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee, was to sensitize students on what constitutes sexual harassment, reporting procedures for sexual harassment and 

Inter-College Lecture: Still Offline and Behind in this Digital World? Join in the Sakai LMS Experience

Prof. Yaw Oheneba-Sakyi, former Dean of the School of Continuing and Distance Education (SCDE) and Mr. Gainford Amponsah, Instructional Technologist and Designer at SCDE have delivered a lecture on the topic: Still Offline and Behind in this Digital World?, Join in the Sakai LMS Experience, as part of the Inter-College Lecture Series.

 

School of Information and Communication Studies, hosts symposium on: The Relationship between Journalism and Foreign Aid

The School of Information and Communication has hosted a symposium on “The Relationship between

Records Management Training Programme for Administrative Staff of College of Education

The College of Education in collaboration with the University of Ghana Archives, has held a two-day Records Management training programme for Senior Member and Senior Staff Administrators in the College. The programme was to update participants on best practice and current trends in record keeping and records management.

Closing Ceremony of the 69th Annual New Year School and Conference

The 69th Annual New Year School and Conference, organized by the School of Continuing and Distance Education, College of Education, has ended. The Annual New Year School and Conference, which has been held consistently since 1949, provides the platform for the discussion of important issues of national and international concern.

 

Opening Ceremony of 69th Annual New Year School and Conference

The 69th Annual New Year School and Conference (ANYSC) organized by the School of Continuing and Distance Education (SCDE) of the College of Education, University of Ghana has been held on the theme, “Job Creation for Accelerated National Development: the Role of the Private Sector.”

 

Launch of the 69th Annual New Year School and Conference

The 69th Annual New Year School and Conference (ANYSC) of the School of Continuing and Distance E

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