Pupils of the University Primary School have been advised to live in peace with their classmates and other people they come into contact with.
A Professor of Education Planning and Leadership at the Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (I. E. P. A), Yaw Afari Ankomah, says there seem to be no political will to ensure the full implementation of the Language Policy in our school system.
Ten staff members of the University have been honoured for their commitment and dedication to their duties at the Third Staff Awards Ceremony. The 10 staff comprised one senior member, four senior and five junior staff members.
The Director of Health Services, Dr. Evans Ekanem, explained that the team was on campus to assess facilities for training House Officers and Physician Assistants at the University Hospital for the purposes of accreditation.
The School of Medical Sciences (UCCSMS) has presented the trophy the School won at the Eighth Medical Inter-Schools’ Public Speaking Competition held to the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor G. K. T. Oduro.
The Women’s Commissioner, NUGS - UCC Chapter, Ms. Faustina Maama, explained that the summit was aimed at sensitising young women on the need to identify the current economic trend in order to determine the right opportunities available.
The Dean, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dr. Mrs. Dorcas Obiri-Yeboah, advised students to be serious with their studies and avoid engaging in unproductive activities because their books were supposed to be their ultimate friends to guide them to achieve academic excellence.
The Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation in collaboration with the International Society of Sports and Exercise Psychology has launched the maiden Ghana Society of Sports and Exercise Psychology (GHASSEP).
The School of Agriculture, College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, has organised a seminar for students and national service personnel on scholarship opportunities available at the Masters and PhD levels at the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering (FBE), Ghent University, Belgium.
Speaking on how to become a successful entrepreneur, Mr. John Siade from Barclays Bank, said there were numerous opportunities for students to engage in meaningful ventures that would earn them income. He noted that what was required of was for them to identify a problem around and identify solutions to solve them.