The Department of Environmental Science has received donation of educational materials from two alumni of the University of Cape Coast. Dr. Charles Odame-Ankrah, an Atmospheric and Air Pollution Scientist, and Mrs. Odame-Ankrah who are currently domiciled in Calgary, Canada presented books, laboratory manuals and other teaching resources worth several thousands of US dollars from their partners in Canada. Dr. Charles Odame-Ankrah, an Atmospheric and Air Pollution Scientist, and Mrs. Odame-Ankrah also indicated their unflinching commitment to partner the Department of Environmental Science to position it as a citadel of academic excellence in the sub-region and beyond. In line with this commitment, Dr. Odame-Ankrah taught the Air Quality Management course in the Department of Environmental Science as pro bono last semester. Dr. Samuel Miledzi Agblorti of the Department of Population and Health, UCC, who facilitated the linkage of the Department of Environmental Science with the collaborators in Canada, made the presentation on behalf of Dr. and Mrs. Odame-Ankrah. Professor Hugh Komla Akotoye who received the donation on behalf of the Department, expressed profound gratitude to the donors for the kind gesture to their alma mater. He indicated that the Department was looking forward to a fruitful, intellectually stimulating and longstanding collaboration with the donors. Present at the ceremony were the Head of the Department of Environmental Science, Dr. Frederick Ato Armah, as well as faculty and staff including Mr. Paul K. Essandoh, Mr. Ernest K. A. Afrifa, Dr. David Oscar Yawson, Mrs. Gertrude Lucky Aku Dali, Mr. Isaac Mbir Bryant and Miss Augustina Ampah.