Hundreds of people patronised the 2019 Open Day Exhibition held at the forecourt of the Sam Jonah Library as part of activities for the 52nd Congregation.
The event, which is held annually, served as an opportunity for the general public to acquaint themselves with research works, discoveries, as well as projects being undertaken by various departments in the University.
Both teaching and non-teaching departments displayed various research materials and products, and equipment at the exhibition. Some of the items displayed include robot manufactured by the students of the Department of Computer Science, maps by Geography students, detergents manufactured by Chemistry students, Farm produce from the School of Agriculture, a musical performance by the Department of Music and Dance. Also featuring were Department of Wildlife and Entomology Royal Python and other wild animals, Chinese arts, paintings and culture by the Confucius Institute; restaurant and hotel room set-up by the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management; gymnastic equipment by the Department of Health Physical Education and Recreation; Human Anatomy and other medical gadgets and instruments by the College of Health and Allied Sciences among other interesting things.
Representatives of the various departments that mounted stands explained their exhibits to students and the general public who patronised their stands. Some members of Management of the University, students and the general public had the opportunity to share their impression about the exhibition with ATL FM which streamed the programme live on Facebook.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, Registrar, Mr. John Kofi Nyan and some provosts, deans, heads of department were at the exhibition.