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The Year in Perspective- Professor Samuel Nii Ardey Codjoe’s Appointment As Provost Of The College Of Education

Professor Samuel Nii Ardey Codjoe assumed office as the Provost of the College of Education, University of Ghana on August 1, 2022. He engaged in various activities aimed at introducing himself to the College community, sharing his vision, and encouraging interaction with faculty and staff. During his first year in office, he focused on strategic planning, improving programmes and fostering fruitful collaborations.

Department of Communication Studies Hosts Second Edition of the Trends in Media and Communication Conference (TiMC)

The Department of Communication Studies has held its 2nd biennial virtual conference to provide a platform for reflecting on the emerging trends in the media and communication spaces globally and in Africa in particular, as powered by fast evolving technology.
The three-day conference, held under the theme “The African Youth and Communicative Behaviours in Digital Spaces”, afforded young African academics and industry leaders the opportunity to interact.
In his opening remarks, Provost of the College of Education, Professor Samuel Nii Ardey Codjoe, commended the Department for hosting the Conference for the second time and for the most recent launch of the state of the Ghanaian Media Report. Noting the challenges associated with bringing researchers, editors and scholarly publishers together,

School of Education and Leadership spearheads International Conference on Disability in Education

The School of Education and Leadership has recently hosted an International Conference on Disability in Education, with a focus on Sustaining an Inclusive Africa. The Conference brought together key stakeholders, experts and educators to discuss and promote inclusive education policies in Africa.

College of Education to Mount Demand-Driven Courses on the DE Programme

In a proactive move to cater for the ever-evolving educational needs of its diverse stakeholders, the College of Education is set to develop and roll out more demand-driven courses to meet the unique educational needs of its stakeholders.  Providing high quality education to its diverse stakeholders is of key importance to the College

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