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GrOW Project Steering Committee Meeting
22 Sep

GrOW Project Steering Committee Meeting

During the Project's Steering Committe meeting, Prof. Abena Oduro sought clarifications on how some of the research objectives are going to be achieved going forward. The  issues raised by her resulted in a modification of some of the research questions by the Project leader, Dr. Baah-Boateng. Mr. Christopher Nyarko, a member of the committee and coming from Ghana Chamber of Mines, an umbrella body of mining organisations also suggested that the work schedule that pertains in mining operations require that primary data to be collected should be as brief as possible.
Dr. Lloyd Amoah has been appointed as the Founding Director of Centre for Asian Studies (CAS), University of Ghana
18 Aug

Dr. Lloyd Amoah has been appointed as the Founding Director of Centre for Asian Studies (CAS), University of Ghana

IIAS Fellow, Dr. Lloyd Amoah has been appointed as the new Director of Centre for Asian Studies (CAS), a new researchinstitute under auspicies of College of Humanities, University of Ghana with effect from 1st August, 2016.Similarly, starting from the same date he joined the Political Science Department, Univerity of Ghana as afaculty member. Details of CAS' mandate and functions are accessible through: http://coh.ug.edu.gh/centre-asian-studies  
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTRE (IDRC) PROJECT
09 Dec

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTRE (IDRC) PROJECT

The International Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS) – Ghana, in collaboration with the Centre for Demographic and Allied Research (CDAR) – Nigeria and “Centre Ivoirien de Recherche Economique et Social” (CIRES) – Ivory Coast, is undertaking a research project entitled, “International Remittances, Poverty and Inequality: the West African case. The Project is being funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC).Project Objectives
AMERICAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES (ACLS) FELLOWSHIP
09 Dec

AMERICAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES (ACLS) FELLOWSHIP

IIAS serves as a centre for hosting fellows on the African Humanities Programme. Fellows from other African countries take up residencies with IIAS for a period of about two to three months to enable them have the opportunity to carry out their research and writing. The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) provides visiting fellows with residential stipends.Project Objectives The main objective of this programme is to foster scholarly exchange and intellectual community among Fellows of African Humanities.
Harvard Summer Programme, June – July 2014
09 Dec

Harvard Summer Programme, June – July 2014

The Harvard University summer school is one of the international programmes hosted by the University of Ghana with the International Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS) as the local coordinator. The programme is open to Harvard and non-Harvard students and includes a handful of students from the University of Ghana. The various students arrived on June 12 and 13, 2014.

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