The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has held matriculation ceremonies for the 2017/2018 Distance Education students for all the campuses at all their various matriculation venues; Winneba, Kumasi, Ho and Tamale.
The Ag. Vice-Chancellor has nominated the following persons to be voted on by Convocation in accordance with statute 7 (b) of the University statutes:
- Prof. Yaw Ameyaw - Director, Quality Assurance Directorate
- Prof. Victor Antwi - Head, Department of Physics Education
- Prof. Francis Owusu-Mensah - Director, Institute for Distance and e-Learning
Members of Convocation would therefore go to the polls on all campuses to elect a Pro-Vice-Chancellor as follows:
SCHEDULE OF TENTATIVE WORKSHOPS FOR SECOND SEMESTER 2017/2018 ACADEMIC YEAR
Effective Filling and Office Management
The Centre for International Programmes of the University of Education, Winneba is organizing a Workshop on Internationalisation as follows:
Date : Wednesday, February 07, 2018
Venue : Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre, UEW
Date : 9:00 a.m. - 3.00 p.m.
At this workshop, we hope to engage the various sections of the University towards developing a comprehensive internationalization focus, policy and programme. The workshop, would among other things:
ELECTION OF CONVOCATION REPRESENTATIVES ON UEW GOVERNING COUNCIL
The term of office of the 4 Convocation representatives on Council will come to an end in February 2018. Section 8 (i) of the University of Education Act (672) provides that: “Every member of the Council except the Vice-Chancellor and Principals shall hold office for a period of two years and is eligible for re-appointment”. As a result 4 vacancies have been created in the Convocation slots on Council. Elections will therefore be organized on all Campuses.
Distance Education students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) no longer have an obligation to acquire the UEW branded e-tablets made to facilitate their learning.
Senior Staff at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) of the University of Education Winneba (UEW) have undergone a day’s training on effective Customer Service delivery as part of the University’s efforts to ensure its rank and file is always ready to offer excellent service to clients.
The Department of Media and Communication Studies is ten years, HURRAY!!! As part of activities to mark this celebration, we invite graduate students, scholars and researchers to participate in an academic colloquium on the broad theme of Communication and Media Studies Education. The objective of the colloquium is to share your work, network and learn from colleagues. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to the following:
This paper introduces a group of people and an endangered language called Nkami. I
discuss issues concerning the historical, geo-political, religious, socio-economic and
linguistic backgrounds of the people. Among others, it is shown that Nkami is a South-
Guang language spoken by approximately 400 people in a resettlement community in the
Afram Plains of Ghana. The overwhelming factor that preserves the language and holds
its speakers together is the traditional institution of Afram (deity). Linguistically, Nkami
Writing a dissertation or thesis differs from writing for a journal. A dissertation or thesis is more detailed. Not everything from it should appear in a journal.
Do not “color” your results with adjectives such as “striking”, “interesting”, “excellent”, and so on. The truth is that if your results are “striking”, your readers will know.
The Management of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has donated two desktop computers to the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS), Winneba on Tuesday 24th January, 2018. The donation was done on behalf of the Management of the University by Mr. Steve van Kamassah, Deputy Registrar for the Division of Publications and Communication.
According to Mr. Kamassah, this directive was carried out due to a request from the GNFS asking for support from the University to help make their work easier.
Journals' author guidelines sometimes tell authors to consult specific style guide or manuals ––books that provide advice on writing in a particular field. Consult such guides, especially when the author guidelines do not answer all your questions.
Cultivate the habit of identifying active researchers in your field and preparing a list of such researchers. If you can initiate interactions with them, that will be great. You may learn a lot from them. In addition, these researchers may be potential reviewers of our papers.
Use simple words that your audience can understand. Do not use "big" words like others who think that doing so shows one's mastery of the English language.
The Centre for International Programmes (CIP) in the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) on Wednesday 17th January, 2018 organised an orientation programme for the 2018 international students pursuing internship programmes. The programme took place at the Registrar’s Conference Centre, North Campus.
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) on Monday 22nd January, 2018 donated four computers to Ark-City Link Foundation, a charitable foundation which provides internet service to schools in less deprived communities in the Effutu Municipality in the Central Region of Ghana.
The Graduate Students Association of Ghana (GRASAG)-UEW, in collaboration with the School of Graduate Studies (SGS), the Institute of Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS), Centre for International Programme (CIP), Centre for Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies (CHRAPS) and the Gender Mainstreaming Directorate (GMD) is CALLING FOR PAPERS from across the public for the IMCf2018.
The conference is on the theme: Attaining the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Through Research.