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A Professor from the Department of Population and Health of University of Cape Coast (UCC), Professor Augustin Tanle says unemployment continues to be the major reason most young Ghanaians migrate to other countries.

He identifies migration among other things as a livelihood strategy that is even encouraged and recommended for young people by their parents in the society.

Pro Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast (UCC), Prof George Kweku Toku Oduro has described as erroneous, the public perception that public universities in Ghana create money and share.

On the contrary, Professor Oduro explains that public universities across the continents heavily rely on their Internally Generated Funds (IGFs) which in reality are woefully inadequate for administrative purposes.

President elect John Kpodo (left) and Vice elect Yvonne Ashong (right)

The Students' Representative Council (SRC) President elect of University of Cape Coast (UCC) has emphasized that students will have to decide on whether or not they will continue with the new shuttle system after the pilot exercise.

The idea touted ‘free busing system’ prior to its initiation, has now been enjoyed for close to two semesters without a clear funding mechanism that will ensure its sustenance.

The Campus Broadcasting Association of Ghana (C-BAG) is calling on management of various tertiary institutions to scale up support for campus radio stations to enable them function effectively as useful tools for academic and other aspects of human development.

President of the association Dr. Abubakar Siddique Ahmed made the call when a delegation of the association paid a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah in his office yesterday.

Prof Peter Kojo Grant

The Board Chair of the Campus Broadcasting Services (CBS) of University of Cape Coast (UCC), Prof Peter Kojo Grant has called on Members of the Campus Broadcasting Association of Ghana (C-BAG) to build a formidable force aimed at advancing the cause of the association.

Prof. Grant was speaking at a meeting organised by members of C-BAG on Wednesday at the University of Cape Coast to deliberate on issues affecting the association and draw a road-map on the way forward.

Professor Grant urged members of the association to work hard by carving a niche which will distinguish them from other media outlets.

President elect John Kpodo and Vice elect Yvonne Ashong

The 2018/2019 Students' Representative Council (SRC) presidential race of University of Cape Coast turned out to be a keen contest between Kingsley Sarpong Akowuah and John Kpodo. There were only 161 vote’s difference between the two.

The Directorate of Research, Innovation and Consultancy, DRIC in collaboration with the office of the Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast has officially launched an Industry and Innovation Unit (IIU).

The Unit is mainly to improve research activities in the university. As part of the launch, there was a workshop with industry players and an innovation fair where various departments in the university, showcased areas of collaboration with industry.

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