Centre for African Wetlands (near “N” Block), UG - Legon


Dr. Claudia Frittelli Visits UG Carnegie

The Carnegie Corporation International Programmes Officer, Dr. Claudia Frittelli last Monday September 1, 2015 visited the University of Ghana to familiarize herself with some of the activities being carried out under the UG-Carnegie Project.

Visiting UG-Diasporan Linkages fellow, Prof Pius Adesanmi urges colleagues in the Diaspora to join the programme

Prof. Pius Adesanmi, a visiting University of Ghana Diasporan Linkagages (UG-DLP) fellow from Carleton University, Canada has urged African Academics in the Diaspora to reconnect with the continent. He said there are critical knowledge gaps to be filled and it is a good thing to have a programme like the (UG-DLP) bringing in African professors in the diaspora to reconnect and share their knowledge and experiences.

UG-Pan African Doctoral Academy holds July 2015 Doctoral School

On Monday July 13, 2015 the University of Ghana Pan African Doctoral Academy (UG-PADA) opened a two-week multidisciplinary doctoral school at the Center for African Wetlands, University of Ghana, Legon.

Two UG Graduate Students Win CCNY CFCA Award

Two University of Ghana graduate students; Ms. Doris Akyere Boateng and Ms. Hannah Naa Kai Sackey, have won awards under the internationally competitive Carnegie Fund for Conference Attendance (CFCA).

UG CNGAA scholarship beneficiary wins award

University of Ghana PhD candidate and Carnegie Next Generation of Academics in Africa scholarship beneficiary Kwabena Kan-Dapaah won an award for outstanding research at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) graduate research achievement day in Massachusetts, USA.

Thesis Research Supervision Workshop

The UG School of Graduate Studies and the UG-Carnegie Next Generation of Academics for Africa project organized a one-day multidisciplinary thesis supervision workshop for graduate supervisors on Thursday 9th October, 2014 at the Center for African Wetlands, University of Ghana.

Knowledge and Skills Enhancement Workshop - Planning and Managing Graduate Research

The university of Ghana School of Graduate Studies and the UG-Carnegie Next Generation of Academics in Africa (UG-CNGAA) project organized a two-day Knowledge and Skills Enhancement workshop on the topic ‘Planning and Management of Graduate Research’ on the 29th and 30th of September, 2014 at the Center for African Wetlands to introduce graduate researchers to the rules and procedures involved in doing graduate research.