The Pro Vice-Chancellor Academic and Student Affairs, Prof Gordon Awandare on Tuesday August 9, 2022 received a four-member delegation from Mastercard Foundation led by Ms. Ashley Collier, Head of Partnerships. The visit was to discuss a collaboration with Climate Scientists of the University of Ghana on Climate Research and Capacity Building initiative.
- Pro VC (ASA), Prof. Awandare, and the Ankara University team.
The Turkish Ambassador, Her Excellency Özlem Ergün Ulueren paid a courtesy call on the Pro VC (ASA), Prof.Gordon Awandare, on June 20, 2022 to explore possible collaborations between the University of Ghana and the Ankara University.
On Wednesday March 2, 2022, the Pro Vice-Chancellor (ASA) Prof Gordon A. Awandare paid a working visit to Accra City Campus. The visit was to afford Prof. Awandare the opportunity to familiarise himself with the facilities available on campus and to interact with staff.
Dear all, As part of efforts to supplement the accommodation available on campus, the Off-Campus Student Accommodation Committee, constituted by Management of the University, has identified a number of suitable residential properties outside campus which can be occupied by interested students. Kindly note that the contractual relationship is solely between the student and the property owner and for that matter, the University does not accept any liabilities.
Multilingualism, the ability to communicate in more than one language, is characteristic of the Ghanaian professional space. However, there seems to be a gap in both policy and practice on the use of multiple languages, including local ones, especially in the delivery of public services.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor responsible for Academic and Student Affairs (ASA), Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, and the Pro Vice-Chancellor in charge of Research, Innovation, and Development (RID), Prof. Felix Ankomah Asante paid a working visit to some halls of residence on 16th June 2021 ahead of the reopening of school (for the first cohorts) for the second semester of the 2020/2021 modular academic year.
The University of Ghana has launched a Student Online Academic Complaint Platform. This platform is joint initiative by the Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor in charge of Academic and Student Affairs (ASA), and the University of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS) and Academic Affairs Directorate.
The office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic & Students Affairs) in collaboration with the Centre for Teaching and Learning Innovation of University of Ghana has embarked on a two-day virtual training programme for graduate and teaching assistants of the University.