New Provost of the College of Education Meets with Faculty Members of School of Information and Communication Studies

The Provost presented his vision and strategic plan for the College for the period of 2022-2025.

He highlighted three (3) strategic priority areas he intends to pursue including improving and expanding Distance Education (DE) and sandwich programmes as well as introducing new courses; facilitating research, innovation and development; and lastly enhancing the relationship with stakeholders. As part of the strategy in achieving these objectives, he outlined some processes which include tapping into the enormous funding opportunities available globally and nationally to increase the pool of grant-holders, constituting a College Research & Advocacy Team by establishing a Centre for Educational Research, facilitating promotions by increasing publications, accreditation of all programmes at the School and increasing opportunities for staff personal development.



The Provost encouraged faculty members to be interested and participate in every research call advertised as well as collaborate with other disciplines on projects to enable them to change the dynamics and improve themselves.

The meeting was attended by Mr. Joseph Oduro Nkansah, College Secretary, College of Education, faculty members of the Department of Information Studies, Department of Communication Studies and Ms. Angela Otaah Anokye, School Administrator.