Cooperation Project Between H_DA & Amp; KNUST Officially Launched
The Department of Sociology and Social Work has officially launched a new cooperation with the Social Work Department of Hoshschule Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences (H_Da), Germany, dubbed ‘Educational Partnership in socio-pedagogical methods in social work towards improving the lives of Ghanaian children’.
KNUST to Commence B.Ed Degree Programme in October 2019
As part of government’s policy to introduce new teacher education curriculum into the five (5) public Universities in Ghana, Institute of Educational Studies (IES) of the College of Art and Built Environment and other stakeholders have held a workshop towards this initiative.
New CT Scan and X-ray Equipment for University Hospital
Patrons of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Hospital would now enjoy advanced imaging services with the hospital’s acquisition of a Siemens Somaton 6 Computerised Tomography (CT) Scan machine and a Siemens Digital X-ray machine with fluoroscopy.
Professor Intsiful Calls for More Local Content and Investments in the Housing Sector
Professor George William Intsiful of the Department of Architecture has stated that Ghana’s housing sector can contribute effectively to the ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ agenda if abandoned political projects are completed and investments are made in the local industry and the expertise of local experts, technology and materials are tapped into.
Researchers Encouraged to Use SciVal Intelligence Tool
Ms. Lucia Schombee, a Customer Consultant and Research Intelligence Analyst at Elsevier, has called on African Universities to adopt and use SciVal, an intelligence tool, to enable research managers and management of Universities analyse the performance of their institutions in terms of publications, citations, impact and collaborations.
KNUST to Represent Ghana in Jessup International Moot Court Competition
Students from the Faculty of Law of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(KNUST) would represent Ghana at the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition. The KNUST Law students would compete on the global stage with students from other countries on 31st March to 6th April, 2019 in Washington DC.