UG Alumni pledges to Vice Chancellor’s hot-spot comfort zones initiative

Gideon Nicholas Day
Gideon Nicholas Day
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The Chairperson of the University of Ghana Alumni Association, Doris Kisiwa Ansah has revealed that the association is ready to support the Vice chancellor’s Hot-Spot Comfort Zones initiative to enhance the Student experience through digitalization.

Speaking at the University of Ghana’s 32nd alumni lecture held at the University of Ghana Great hall,  on the theme  “Liberal Democracy, the New Utopias and the age of disorder”, Doris Kisiwa Ansah said the alumni will build two of the Hot-Spot Comfort Zones to aid the students’ experience.

The Alumni is poised to help the Vice Chancellors initiative succeed, the council has therefore decided to build two hot spots comfort zones and more if we are able to raise enough funds.

She therefore called on the alumni body to raise funds so the association can do more.

We have a lot of project of the drawing board to help develop the university, all these are capital intensive and we need your financial support, we therefore call on the alumni and stakeholders to come on board once again in giving yet another befitting gift to the University.

As part of its strategic vision to achieve world class status, Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana (UG) launched the Vice-Chancellor’s Programme for Enhancing Student Experience through Digitalisation.

They include Classroom Modernisation, One Student One Laptop (1S1L)  and Hot-Spot Comfort Zones aimed at providing designated areas around the University campus with Wi-Fi that will help students to interact in-between classes to make the best use of free periods.

The University of Ghana Alumini Association and the University of Ghana on Thursday, 17th November , 2022  held the 2022 Alumni lecture on the theme Liberal Democracy, the New Utopias and the age of disorder at the University of Ghana Great Hall.

The speaker for this year’s lecture was Ambassador D.K Osei who outlined some of the positives of Liberal Democracy as having the power of self-correction, protecting citizens against tyrannical concentrations of power, and providing mechanisms for challenges of public grievances and unmet needs into effective reforms.

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