Indiana State University Delegation Confers with Pro VC

A delegation from the Indiana State University, USA, has held discussions with the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro, on areas of possible collaboration with the University of Cape Coast (UCC). The discussions, among other things, centered on the areas of higher education on students’ affairs management. Earlier, the delegation, led by an Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership, Amy French, along with some students, paid a familiarization visit at the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) to acquaint themselves with the academic activities of the Institute. Receiving the delegation at the Council Chamber, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor reiterated management’s commitment to enhance the visibility of UCC through collaboration, assuring the visitors that management would do everything it could to make the collaboration between Indiana State University and IEPA yield the desired results. He added that UCC was concerned about collaborations that would help strengthen the programmes of the University and expand the capacity of its faculty. For her part, Prof. French expressed gratitude to UCC for the hospitality accorded the delegation and gave an assurance that Indiana State University would take the collaboration seriously to ensure the growth of the two institutions, particularly regarding higher education on students’ affairs management. Present at the meeting were Dr. Rosemary Bosu, the Director of IEPA; Dr. Micheal Boakye-Yiadom, a Research Fellow at IEPA, and Mr. Felix Adu Poku, an Assistant Registrar at the Directorate of Public Affairs.