The University of Media, Arts and Communication (UniMAC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Prof. Eric Opoku Mensah as the Acting Vice-Chancellor, effective 8th February 2024, following the retirement of the previous Vice-Chancellor Prof. Kwamena Kwansah-Aidoo. Prof. Opoku Mensah brings a wealth of experience and expertise in higher education management to this role,...
By Ernest Bako WUBONTO A group of over 50 civil society organisations (CSOs) in education, including Africa Education Watch (Eduwatch) and the Institute for Education Studies (IFEST), are urging political parties to ensure that manifesto policies for education are aligned with the National Education Strategic Plan (ESP) 2018-2030. This, they explained,...
Grundfos SafeWater and Global Water Center plan to hold the ceremonial launch of the first-of-its-kind CTVET curriculum for water management on February 29, 2024, at St. Paul’s Technical Institute in East Akim Municipal.  In Ghana, Grundfos SafeWater, together with Global Water Center (GWC) and their partners, are helping to kill...
Despite their education, qualifications, and capabilities, Black women in the diaspora deal with workplace trauma more than any other group in society. Their lived experiences and statistics confirm this. In her revelatory book, Mo’ Knowledge, Mo’ Grief, Dr. Russell shares her research on the African diaspora and experiences working at...
By: Emmanuel Mensah-Praize The University of Media, Arts, and Communication (UniMAC), under the auspices of the Directorate of Research, Innovation, and Development (DRID), is organising an interfaculty research seminar on Friday, February 16, 2024, to discuss the dynamics of cohabitation and its impact on relationships and society in the...
In a landmark initiative, a three-member team made up of Dr. Peter Agbedemnab, Dr. Moses Agebure and led by Prof. Edward Y. Baagyere secured a grant with the Government of the Spanish Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands to provide consultancy service for the establishment of a data warehouse...
Second time contender, Giovanni Adjei, has emerged winner of the 2024 Spelling Bee Competition, after defeating N'Adom Darko-Asare. The 10-year-old student of Christ the King International School took the title after correctly spelling the word Guijo. N’Adom, the 2022 and 2023 National Champion of the Spelling Bee took the 1st runner...
The University for Development Studies (UDS) has launched a special-purpose funding initiative to raise financial resources to support academic research on national issues, especially those affecting people in the northern part of the country The initiative dubbed Sustainable Research Fund for Northern Ghana (SRF4NG), was launched with GH¢500,000 (US$100,000)  seed...
Little Explorers, the first accredited Montessori in West Africa, has metamorphosized into Explorers Schools after investing heavily in infrastructure for almost two decades of operation. The school has been granted accreditation to start admissions for the primary level by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), an independent statutory...
The 2022 cohort of the Graduate Trainee Programme of Stanbic Bank Ghana has donated 10 Computers and other learning materials to the Lume-Avete Basic School in the Akatsi South District of the Volta Region. Morris Effah, the Graduate Trainee lead, said the team was inspired by a viral video depicting...