KNUST 4th Excellence Awards To Hardworking Staff

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The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has recognised and awarded some staff who distinguished themselves in the 2017/18 academic year. At the 4th KNUST Excellence Awards at the Great Hall of the university last Saturday, staff and stakeholders came together to celebrate the hardworking personnel of the university. In a remark, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor of KNUST, Rev. Prof. Charles Ansah said the main focus of the awards is to motivate the staff to work harder.

He expressed the hope the event would also strengthen and prepare them towards the next academic year. In all, 14 competitive categories were awarded. The Best Senior Member (Research) was won by Dr. Fred Stephen Sarfo who took home a plaque, fully paid One Week vacation trip to Dubai, a laptop and a certificate. The Best Senior Member, (Service and Innovation) was won by Dr. Mrs. Victoria Bam, whiles Mr. Charles Nsiah of the Finance Office took home the Best Senior Member Administrative (Registrar’s Offices).

Other winners in the Senior Member category were Best Senior Member (Teaching), Dr. Russel Owusu Afrifa and Best Senior Member Administrative, (Specialized Units), Mrs. Harriet Eshun.

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