The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) has organised a fair for its students to share their research findings, innovation and creativity with members of the University Community at the third Expo 2017. The annual event, held at the ground floor of CELT, was on the theme “Promoting Students’ Creativity and Innovation”. Students – reading Contemporary Issues in Higher Education and Students’ Personnel Services – conducted visitors round their poster presentations, sharing with them their findings and recommendations during their interactions with their study population. The post-graduate students grouped into five had their project studies on “Graduate Assistantship, Empowering Floor Representatives in the Residence Halls, Conducive Environment for Differently Abled People, Special Students Population on Campus, and Academic Advice”. All the students, however, conducted studies on “Support a School Child Project,” a flagship project of the IEPA, in the adjoining communities of the University. In a remark, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K.T. Oduro, who was the Special Guest, lauded the IEPA for sustaining the EXPO initiative, which began in 2015. He said all over the world, dissemination of research findings were being skewed towards poster presentation in most academic institutions and commended the University, which hitherto frowned on poster presentation, for embracing such techniques in teaching and learning. Prof. Oduro noted that poster presentation in disseminating research findings help students to exercise their skills, as compared to power point and oral presentations.The Pro-Vice-Chancellor urged the IEPA to showcase the EXPO to other members of the public outside the University in order to for them to be abreast of their project studies. The Provost of the College of Education Studies, Prof Magnus Wilmot, advised the researchers not to be judgmental, but rather be objective with their research. That, according to him, would help their findings, recommendations and innovations stand the test of time. The Co-ordinator for the EXPO, Dr. Micheal Boakye Yiadom, said the exercise formed part of innovation in assessing students’ work for the End-of-Semester examinations. He observed that the idea of the EXPO was to come out with recommendations for management to adopt and implement for the betterment of the University. He added that some offices in the University had approached the Institute to tap ideas from some of their project works. Accompanying the Pro-Vice-Chancellor were the Registrar, Mr. John Nyan and the Director of Academic Affairs, Mr. Jeff Teye Onyame. The programme was chaired by the Director of the IEPA, Dr. Rosemary Bosu.