The Board Chairman of the Campus Broadcasting Services [CBS-ATL FM], Professor Peter Kojo Grant has indicated that the destiny of Ghana lies in the hands of Ghanaian workers. According to him, a happy and dedicated work force, leads to a happy nation and brings about prosperity. He urged Ghanaian workers to always remember this, to ensure they work earnestly towards the continuous development of the nation.
As part of Ghana’s 60th Independence Anniversary and the African Union Day celebration, the Centre for Teaching Support, UCC has organized a day’s Seminar aimed at educating the public on the need to appreciate the values of the African philosophy in order to build upon it for the development of the country.
The seminar which is on the Theme, “Decolonizing Mind and Action, Improving Teaching and Impact In Higher Education: Reflections In Ghana” hosted two astute associate Professors of education and History.
A call has been made to the government and other stakeholders to as a matter of urgency, prioritize the Development of Arts in the country since the area is a crucial point for accelerating development.
Professor Victor Yankah of the Film and Theatre studies at the University of Cape Coast [UCC], made the call at a roundtable organized by the Sustainable Development Goals Graduate school.
A Memorandum of Understanding [MOU] has been signed between three  universities to help collaborate peacefully to partly exchange students from these institutions to enable them invite academic staffs for a certain period of time.
The institutions namely the University of Hildesheim, Germany, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria and the University of Cape Coast, Ghana have initiated a research training group to help train graduate students particularly PHD and Masters students on centers around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).