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The Vice Chancellor Pays Courtesy Visit to the College Of Health Sciences, KNUST

The Vice Chancellor Pays Courtesy Visit to the College Of Health Sciences, KNUST

Fri 3 Feb 2023 CHS News
Vice Chancellor visits the College of Health Sciences, KNUST i

The Vice-Chancellor of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(KNUST), Professor Rita Akosua Dickson on the 23rd of January, 2023 paid courtesy to the college of Health Sciences as part of her tour around the units of KNUST to ensure smooth commencement of the new academic year and also check on the state of the university.

VC visits CHS
From left: Professor Christian Agyare (Provost - CHS), Professor Kwame Ohene Buabeng (Vice Dean - FPPS), Professor Jerry Kponyo (Dean - QAPU)

Professor Akosua Dickson was accompanied by the Pro-vice Chancellor, Professor Ellis Owusu Dabo, and the Dean of Quality Assurance and Planning Unit (QAPU), Professor Jerry Kponyo was warmly received by the Provost of the College of Health Sciences, Professor Christian Agyare and the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Professor Kwame Ohene Buabeng. Professor Agyare in his welcome note commended the Vice chancellor and the University Management on the improved transport system on KNUST campus. The provost also seized the opportunity to highlight a few issues within the College, which included the progress of the KNUST Teaching Hospital construction. Professor Agyare suggested the inclusion of an ultra-modern mortuary in the KNUST Teaching Hospital plan to serve as a teaching site for the department of Anatomy in the School of Medicine and Dentistry. The Provost also made mention of the infrastructural developments within the College, and issues on accommodation at the Clinical Students Hostel at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rita Akosua Dickson, commended Professor Agyare and the entire staff of the College of Health Sciences for their immense contribution towards the development of KNUST,  and urged the College to do more.