UEW News

COLTEK STAFF TRAINED ON EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE

A two-day workshop on excellent customer service for a section of the staff of College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) of the University of Education, Winneba has been held in Kumasi.
 

The Vice-Chancellor paid a working visit to Bank of Ghana

The Vice-Chancellor, accompanied by the Registrar and Finance Officer paid a working visit to the Bank of Ghana yesterday. The Vice-Chancellor and his team were received by the Governor, Dr. Issahaku Abdul-Nashiri and the First and Second Deputy Governors, Mr. Millison K. Narh and Dr. Johnson P. Asiama respectively.

All hands must be on deck to see our vision and mandate through – Newly Elected Chairman of the Central Regional Chapter of the Cooperative Credit Union urges Members

The newly elected Board Chairman of the Central Regional Chapter of the Cooperative Credit Union, Mr. Steve van Kamassah has called on all members of the Cooperative Union in the Central Regional Chapter to support the newly elected board members of the Union with commitment to the principles of the cooperative movement, selflessness, advice and constructive criticism to help in achieving the vision and mandate of the Union.

THE VICE-CHANCELLOR OF UEW PAYS A COURTESY CALL ON THE OMANHENE OF EFFUTU TRADITIONAL AREA

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Prof. Mawutor Avoke has paid a courtesy call on the Omanhene of the Effutu Traditional Area, Neenyi Ghartey VII on 7th June, 2016 as a way of strengthening ties with the traditional rulers of the land.

OMANHENE OF AJUMAKO TRADITIONAL AREA APPEALS TO THE VICE-CHANCELLOR OF UEW TO COMPLETE INFRASTRUCTURAL PROJECTS ON ITS CAMPUS

The Omanhene of Ajumako Traditional Area, Okokordurofo Nana Ababio Hammah II, has pleaded with the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba to ensure the timely completion of all projects which has been started on its campuses, especially those on the Ajumako campus. He said this when the leadership of UEW paid a courtesy call on the traditional rulers of the land at Ajumako on 7th June, 2016.

SACOST AND SHAPE ATTITUDE GHANA CELEBRATE UNITED NATION’S WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

This year’s World Environment Day was celebrated under the theme, Join the Race to Make the World a Better Place”. The celebration is done annually to sensitize communities on the importance of creating and maintaining a clean environment. Mrs. Wilhelmina Tete-Mensah, Deputy Registrar, Academic Affairs chaired the function on behalf of the Registrar of UEW. In her acceptance speech, she noted that the world environment celebration has gone on since 1973.

UEW HONOURED WITH THE PLATINUM AWARD FOR BEST PRACTICES

In a ceremony held on Saturday 4th June 2016 at Belgium (Brussels), the University of Education, Winneba was honoured by the European Society for Quality Research with the Platinum Award for Best Practices. The award ceremony brought together representatives from institutions and organisations 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.

GHANA HOCKEY ASSOCIATION INDUCTS NEW EXECUTIVES

The Ghana Hockey Association (GHA) on February 10th, 2016, inducted into office, new executives to run the affairs of the Central Regional Hockey Association.  Mr. Kofi Bentum Wilson, a Lecturer at the Department of ICT Education, University of Education, Winneba was elected Chairman for the Central Region. The swearing-in ceremony coincided with the 3rd Aboakyer Hockey Cup.

UEW HOLDS ORIENTATION FOR FRESH SANDWICH STUDENTS

As part of the academic programme for students of the University of Education, Winneba, an orientation has been organised for fresh men and women to introduce them to the general rules and regulations governing the conduct of students at the University.

The programme elaborated on the “dos and don’ts” and their respective rewards and sanctions attached to them in the University.

SACOST INTRODUCES SCIENCE TEACHERS TO INNOVATIVE WAYS OF TEACHING SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS IN THE BASIC SCHOOLS IN THE EFFUTU MUNICIPALITY

A workshop has been held for science teachers in the Effutu Municipality at the Institute of Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS) on 24th May, 2016. The workshop brought together fifty (50) teachers who teach at the various Junior High Schools in the Effutu Municipality, two staff from the Ghana Education Service and five staff from IERIS.