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The College of Education Studies launched the adoption of Schools project as part of its corporate responsibility. The Centre for Teaching Support has adopted Ekon M/A JHS.

To echo the words of the Provost of College of Education Studies “We therefore appeal to funding bodies that are interested in student learning outcomes in education to come to our aid to enable us scale up the project”.

The Centre look forward to working with funding bodies to improve learning outcomes in Ekon M/A JHS.

The Vice Chancellor has on behalf of the University Council, appointed Dr. David Teye Doku as Deputy Director of the Directorate of Research Innovation and Consultancy (DRIC) of the University of Cape Coast effective 1 September 2020. He joins Dr. Mrs Dorcas Obiri-Yeboah who was recently appointed by the Vice Chancellor to a similar role at DRIC. 

Mary Mcbride, Director, Applied Segment Markets, Sponsored A Request For The Agilent Foundation To Fund This Initiative. A Grant Was Awarded.

Half of the world’s population depends upon rice as their premium staple food. In recent history, rice consumption has travelled far beyond Asian countries to become the fastestgrowing food staple in Africa – and unscrupulous people are taking advantage of this massive business opportunity.

Sportsmen and women from the competing universities at the Opening Ceremony

The Eighth Mini Ghana Universities Sports Association (GUSA) Games have officially commenced at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, who officially opened the Games, welcomed contingents from the competing universities to the University of Coast. Prof. Ampiah said the unique and enormous role sports participation played in the life of every individual could not be underestimated. He prayed that the athletes would exhibit best talents in the sporting disciplines they would be competing in.

New Pro Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dora Edu-Buandoh receiving the handing over notes from Prof. George K. T. Oduro

Prof. Dora Francisca Edu-Buandoh has officially taken over from Prof. George K. T. Oduro, as Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University.

Prof. Edu-Buandoh becomes the first female Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University.

Speaking at the hand-over ceremony, the immediate past Pro Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Oduro thanked the Vice-Chancellor for creating an enabling environment for him to carry out his duties.  He expressed gratitude to the University Community for the support during his term of office. “No individual can succeed without the help of others”.