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The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, has received a Colombian delegation, led by Her Excellency Claudia Turbay Quintero, the Colombian Ambassador to Ghana, at the Council Chamber.

The delegation, which included the Vice-Chancellor of the Universidad del Rosario, Prof. Manuel Restrepo, called on the Vice-Chancellor to hold talks on how the two institutions could collaborate in the areas of mobility of staff and students, basic sciences, medicine and law.

The rest are clinical practice of history, psychology and research.

Dr. Kofi Amegah, a lecturer at the Department of Biological Sciences, has suggested to University Management to reserve some positions for leading researchers in the University.

“Maybe, we can adopt Goodall’s suggestion by reserving some positions for leading researchers in the University so that if you aspire to that position you know what it takes. For instance, we can have two Vice-Deans and two Pro-Vice-Chancellor positions - one for academics and the other for research,” he said.

The Hall Master of the SRC Hostel of University of Cape Coast [UCC], Dr. Mike Boakye Yiadom has stressed the need for the university to engage its surrounding communities in order to contribute to their development.

Dr. Boakye notes the development of surrounding communities of the University should be of prime concern to the Universities.

He said this in an interview with ATL FM NEWS after the SRC Hostel, as part of its Hall week celebration, donated exercise and story books to the St. Anthony Anglican Basic School at Akotokyir.