A Senior Programmes Officer of Nuffic, Mrs. Marieke Nieuwendijk, has commended UCC’s commitment towards promoting Water and Sanitation as an academic programme in the University. She lauded the University for implementing new teaching methods, developing new curricula and embarking on staff development to strengthen the University’s capacity to offer professional training in the area of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). Mrs. Nieuwendijk gave this commendation when she called on the Vice-Chancellor, Prof.

A total of 15 graduate students have received an amount ranging from GH¢ 3000 to GH¢ 4000 at this year's School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Research and Awards Ceremony. Instituted in 2015, the Research Grant is aimed at supporting qualified graduate students to produce high quality research and to enable students to complete their research on time. The 15 awardees, who received a total amount of GH¢ 59,000, were selected based on strict criteria, among which were the quality of the research proposal and possible contribution to knowledge.

The School of Physical Sciences under the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences (CANS) has held its third seminar for the semester. The third seminar, held at the Faculty of Arts Conference Room, was on the theme " Reiterated Homogenisation Applied in Hydrodynamic Lubrication." Speaking at the seminar, a lecturer at the Department of Mathematics, Prof. Emmanuel K. Essel, noted that Homogenisation is a branch within mathematics that involves the study of Partial Differential Equations (PDE's) with rapidly oscillating coefficients.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, has congratulated Dr. Ing Samuel Kofi Tulashie, on his award as the 2016 Most Published Author in the field of Engineering.

The award was conferred on him by the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GHIE) at the 3rd Engineering Award programme in Accra.

Dr. Ing. Tulasie, who is a lecturer at the Department of Chemistry, competed with another lecturer from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

A lecturer at the Department of Chemistry, University of Cape Coast, Dr.-Ing. Samuel Kofi Tulashie has been awarded as the 2016 Most Published Author in the field of engineering by the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE).

The award was conferred on him recently at the 3rd Engineering Excellence Award held in Accra. The ceremony was on the theme “Engineering and Innovations to Promote National Development”. Dr.- Ing. Tulashie’s publication in Research Safety won him the award in the Advancing Engineering Knowledge Category which he competed with another professor.

A lecturer at the Department of Chemistry, University of Cape Coast, Dr.-Ing. Samuel Kofi Tulashie has been awarded as the 2016 Most Published Author in the field of engineering by the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE).

The award was conferred on him recently at the 3rd Engineering Excellence Award held in Accra. The ceremony was on the theme “Engineering and Innovations to Promote National Development”. Dr.- Ing. Tulashie’s publication in Research Safety won him the award in the Advancing Engineering Knowledge Category which he competed with another professor.

The School of Physical Sciences, of the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, has organised the 2015/2016 Academic Year Dean's Awards Ceremony for students who have remarkably excelled in their academics.

The awards, instituted in 2015 with sixty-five awardees, was in recognition of students in levels 200, 300 and 400, who had attained Cumulative Grade Point Aggregate (CGPA) of 3.6 and above presented with certificates of honour at the colourful event, which was held at the Main Auditorium.

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