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.
Welcoming the High Commissioner and his delegation, Prof. Ampiah, expressed gratitude, to GFSU for its commitment towards the collaboration which according to him would lead to training professionals to provide evidence-based forensic investigations in the country.
The Institutional Affiliation Office (IAO) has begun series of workshops to build the capacities of tutors in Nursing and Midwifery Training Colleges (NMTC) across the country offering Diploma in Midwifery for Post Nurse Assistant Clinicals and Nurse Assistant Preventive (NAC/NAP) students.
The University of Cape Coast's Centre for Coastal Management has been conditionally selected as one of the five new Centres of Excellence in Ghana under the World Bank’s African Centre of Excellence (ACE) IMPACT III Project.
A three-member delegation from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, (UKZN), South Africa, has paid courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah as part of their working visit to the University.
A dietician based in the United Kingdom, Mr. Douglas Twenefour, has advised Ghanaians to eat healthy more fruits, fish, vegetable, whole grains, beans and nuts to prevent themselves against cardiovascular diseases .
The National Varietal Release and Registration Committee (NVRRC) of the Ministry of Agriculture has recommended five proposed varieties of cassava developed by the Department of Crop Science in collaboration with the Biotechnology and Nuclear Agricultural Research Institute (BNARI) of Ghana Atomic Energy Commission(GAEC).