Location: Kumasi - Ashanti Region, Ghana, W/A
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The Acting University Librarian Mr. K. Osei Kuffour has taken delivery of a number of books from the Directorate of International Affairs and Institutional Linkages (IAIL) of Kumasi Technical University. The books are meant to augment the stock at Fashion and Creative Arts section of the University Library. Presenting the books at the brief ceremony, the Director of IAIL Rev Dr. John Opoku was full of praise for Dr. Suzanne Gott for the kind gesture. Dr. Opoku was supported by Dr. Ayensu (Deputy Director, IAIL), Rev. Dr.
The World Youth Day which falls on 15th July, 2017 has been designated by the United Nations to generate greater awareness on the importance of skilled youthful population through technical and vocational education and the development of those skills for self-reliance, improved employability as well as enhanced global competitiveness.
It is widely agreed that all things around us can be used to create fashion and hence students from the Fashion Department have made use of this statement. The Fashion Design and Textiles Studies Department under the Faculty of Creative Arts and Technology has launched its annual Fashion Week event, organized on Monday, 24th April, 2017. The final year students of both Higher National Diploma as well as the Bachelor of Technology students spearheaded the event this year.
The Health and Safety Office of Kumasi Technical University has organized a six-day accident prevention and fire fighting training program from the 30th January through to 23rd February, 2017 for vendors and staff in the University. The program was organized based on recommendations from 2016 accidents, incidents and near misses investigations reports.
The conversion of most polytechnics in Ghana into Technical Universities has necessitated a review of the policies used by these institutions. In view of this, Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has organised a three-day retreat in which Management, Deans, Directors and other related Senior Members attended. The brainstorming exercise which took place at the plush Miklin Hotel from 10th March to 12th March, 2017 was aimed at reviewing the existing policies to make them reflect the new status as a Technical University.
The Department of Chemical Engineering under the auspices of the Faculty of Engineering in collaboration with the School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences of the University of Ghana, has organized a day’s seminar at the New Great Hall. The seminar was on the topic “Peaceful Application of Nuclear Sciences and Technology”. The team from University of Ghana comprised Prof. Yaw Serfoh-Armah (Dean, SNAS), Dr. Seth Debrah (Ag. Head, Nuclear Engineering Department) and Prof. J. R.
A delegation from SIEMENS Technology South Africa has paid a working visit to KsTU to explore possible areas of collaboration. As part of its corporate social responsibility, SIEMENS Technology South Africa aims at collaborating with the University to churn out well trained engineers. According to them, they are interested in supporting projects in the Gas and the Power sectors.