Faculty Development Programme welcomes back 4 of its recipients

Posted On:  06-Nov-2017


All Nations University set itself apart from a multitude of higher education institutions as a pioneer of innovation through constant dedication in expanding knowledge, providing breakthroughs and fostering growth for society.
On its mission to provide the best quality of education, ANU realized the critical importance of Faculty & Staff development in increasing the overall effectiveness of the organization and contributing positively to the local community. The Programme not only encourages academic and professional development of its staff, but also succeeded in creating the first sustainable model of its kind in Ghana.
Recognizing the dearth of qualified faculty in the country, ANUC aggressively embarked on the programme for its academic and non-academic staff in 2005. Under this initiative, the University has developed more than 100 Faculty & Staff in Business, Engineering and Humanities areas.
Their expertise in various fields enabled the University to provide top level training in and out of the classrooms, embark on cutting-edge research and lay the groundwork for new initiatives that will benefit both Ghana and the rest of the world.
The latest recipients of the Programme successfully completed their Ph.D’s in the following areas:
  1. Dr. Archibald Danquah-Amoah – Biotechnology
  2. Dr. Collins Agyeman – Marketing, Consumer Behavior
  3. Dr. Emmanuel Attah Kumah - Financial Accounting
  4. Dr. Theophilus Oware – Computer Animations & Multimedia
ANU’s vision of promoting excellence and serving society is the greatest motivation engrained in the hearts of each of our staff, fueled by Faculty & Staff Development Programme is the assurance our vision is the backbone of a new breed of leaders borne by All Nations University.

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