College of Education Studies Procures Vehicles for Faculties

The Provost of the College of Education Studies, Prof. Eric Magnus Wilmot, has handed over three Toyota Hilux Pickup vehicles valued at GH ¢450, 000 to faculties within the College. The beneficiary faculties are, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Education, Faculty of Educational Foundations and Faculty of Science and Technology Education. Presenting keys of the vehicles to Deans of the three Faculties at a short ceremony, Prof. Wilmot said the re-organisation of the College of Education Studies into a three-tier college meant that there was the need to resource the faculties to function effectively. He indicated that the vehicles were to help facilitate academic and administrative work in the faculties. He also noted that the vehicles would help in the supervision of field work by students. Prof. Wilmot entreated the Deans to ensure proper use and maintenance of the vehicles for longevity. He assured the faculties that the College would continue to support them with the needed resources to carry out their work. He further indicated that the College would take delivery of two additional vehicles for the Office of the Provost and the School of Educational Development and Outreach. Present at the short ceremony were the Dean, Faculty of Educational Foundations, Prof. Eric Nyarko Sampson; Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Education, Prof. K. Tsivanyo Yiboe and Ag. College Registrar, Mrs. Alberta Yaa Graham. Others were Ag. College Finance Officer, Ms. Kate Aba Sam; Senior Assistant Registrar, Mr. Yaw Anhwere and some lecturers of the College.