GHANA NATIONAL HISTORY DAY (GNHD)
The Division of Academic Affairs wishes to inform the University Community that representatives from British Council will come to the University on March 8, 2017 to make presentations on Aptis.
Venue: JophusAnamuah-Mensah Conference Centre
The Counselling Centre wishes to inform all students that, Group Counselling sessions start from Tuesday, 7th March, 2017.
Counsellors will fix his/her own convenient meeting schedule to enable smooth running of the Group Counselling sessions. Student should make their cell phone available for easy contact by their Counsellors.
Sessions & Facilitators
The Counselling Centre is recruiting students who want to offer assistance to their colleagues in emergency cases in the halls and hostels as First Aiders.
All interested students will serve as backup to assist in Counselling service. They will give First Aid to distress students in the Halls/Hostels during the night or weekends when the Centre is not operating.
Criteria for Selection of First Aiders
The Division of Human Resource wish to bring these Curriculum Vitae templates to the notice of all staff of the University. These are to be adopted and used by all staff of the University when applying for positions in the University.
The Division requests for feedback on the designs from as many people as possible. Please login to submit your feedback to the Division. Thank you
Bediako is on a quest to conquer death after his sister Akosua Obiaa’s numerous history of still birth. With this, death is summoned into the presence of Oboadea, creator of the universe, by life to explain his unjust way of killing. Will death be able to redeem himself or will Bediako be able to conquer death, his nemesis?
Date: Friday, 3rd March, Saturday, 4th March, and Sunday, 5th March, 2016
Venue: Amu Theatre, Central Campus, UEW
Each year the Department of History Education, University of Education, Winneba, sets aside a day in commemorating the independence celebration of Ghana, by way of the Ghana National History Day (GNHD) celebration. As Ghanaians remember their independence, the National History Day event is a call to all that our History is very important and should not be disregarded or forgotten. It is only in remembering the past that we can move ahead as a nation.
Please find attached the list of registered clibs and societies at the University of Education, WInneba for the 2016-2017 academic year
As part of the Music Department's commitment to connect the University and its programmes to industry, Soundflames a musical event to be featured fortnightly by the department in collaboration with Bigshots Music has been introduced. The concept allows an industry player to interact with the university community through workshops and performances. The maiden show comes off with Bessa Simons and his Band on the 2nd of March, 2017 at the Central campus.
Join us this Wednesday(22nd February, 2017) for our Wednesday Seminar Series.
Topic:Celebrating the nation, debating the nation, independence anniversaries and national days in Ghana
Time:3:30 - 5:00 pm(GMT)
Presenter:Prof. Carola Lentz (Mainz University)
Chair:Prof. Yaw Ofosu-Kusi (Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences)