The Provost of the College of Humanities, Professor Daniel Frimpong Ofori, has paid a working visit to two academic units on retreat. Prof. Ofori joined the School of Social Sciences (SSS) and the Centre for Social Policy Studies (CSPS) at their annual retreat held respectively at the Hephzibah Christian Centre in Aburi and the Royal Lee’s Hotel in Tutu, both on the Akwapem Ridge.
At the Hephzibah Christian Centre, the Dean of the School of Social Sciences, Professor George Owusu, welcomed the Provost and expressed appreciation that he took time off his busy schedule to visit the SSS team. He informed the Provost that the School was on a two-day retreat to review its Strategic Plan that expires at the end of 2022. The Dean then introduced the Facilitator for the retreat, Mr. Matthew Danquah, a Policy and Planning Analyst at the Institutional Research and Planning Office (IRPO). The Dean also introduced members of the School Management Committee as follows: Prof. Augustine Asaah, the Vice-Chancellor’s Representative on the Committee; Mr. Michael Atiboly, General Manager, Investment and Development Division of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (representing the Public Sector); Mr. Emmanuel Asiedu, Chief Executive, Stanlib Ghana Limited (representing the Private Sector); Dr. Kwabena Nyarko-Otoo Director of Research, Trades Union Congress (representing Civil Society); Prof. William Baah-Boateng, Head, Department of Economics; Prof. Joseph Osafo, Head, Department of Psychology; Dr. Maame Gyekye-Jandoh, Head, Department of Political Science; Dr. Augustina Naami, Head, Department of Social Work; Dr. James Dzisah, Head, Department of Sociology and Ms. Mavis Addotey, the School Administrator.
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