A team of University of Education, Winneba (UEW) staff made up of Dr. Edmond A. Agyeman (Centre for African Studies/School of Business), Dr. Emmanuel M. Tamanja (IERIS) and Dr. Bernard B. B. Bingab (School of Business), have won a research grant worth US$30,000.00 from CODESRIA to conduct research on university governance and community relations in some selected public Universities in Ghana.
The University of Education, Winneba on Sunday, 3rd December, 2017 inducted its newly appointed Registrar, Surveyor Paul Osei-Barima (Esq) into office at a thanksgiving ceremony held at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre.
The ceremony saw the presence of the Ag. Vice-Chancellor of UEW, the Clergy, family members of the Registrar, staff and students of UEW.
This is a three stanza poem in Ewe about how destiny controls everything we do, such that no matter what we do, we only get what destiny apportions for us.
This paper seeks to give a descriptive account of a vowel height feature agreement process in Ewe. The paper establishes that the height agreement process is neither height harmony nor metaphony. The paper further demonstrates the systematic difference between the coastal dialects and the inland dialects of Ewe in relation to the vowel height agreement process. The height agreement occurs in the cliticization of diminutive marker to nouns and adjectives as well as the cliticization of the 3rd person singular object pronominal to verbs.
This paper presents a systematic description of the 11 vowel phonemes (seven oral and four
nasal vowels) of Siwu, the language of the people of Akpafu and Lolobi through a
spectrographic analysis. The paper determines on scientific basis, the underlying acoustic
parameters that characterize the vowel system of Siwu. The result of the study defines the
acoustic vowel space of the language and shows that, the vowels are adequately dispersed
within the vowel space as predicted by the maximal dispersion theory. The result further
A total of 2,989 people from the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) of the University of Education Winneba (UEW), have graduated with a charge to commit themselves to creating jobs rather than merely going to add to the numbers of disgruntled graduate unemployed in the country.
KWADWO BAFFOE DONKOR
04 DECEMBER 2017
UEW withholds certificates of 300 students - They breached congregation rules
About 300 graduating students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) have had their certificates withheld for three months because they disregarded the rules of congregation of the university.
For their tireless efforts that brought much honour to the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) and for that matter, the University of Education Winneba (UEW), three graduating students from the Faculty of Business Education (FBE), were given special mention and due recognition during the First Session of the 22ND Congregation of UEW, last Wednesday in Kumasi.