Future of Sunyani Technical University bright - VC
The Vice-Chancellor of the Sunyani Technical University (STU), Prof. Ing Kwadwo Adinkrah-Appiah says the future of the university is bright and that management will continue to collaborate with alumni to put the institution on a higher pedestal.
“The future of this university is bright and my management is ready to work hand -in-hand with the Alumni Association. A strong Alumni implies a strong university”, Ing. Adinkrah-Appiah was speaking at the maiden Home-coming summit of the STU Alumni Association held in Sunyani.
He encouraged members of the Association to “put all hands on deck, in unity and in brotherliness to help us build a formidable institution of local and international repute.”
The Vice-Chancellor proposed that the Home-coming summit should be an annual affair to, among others, fashion out strategies aimed at advancing the course of the university.
For instance, the Vice-Chancellor implored the Alumni Association to help provide internship opportunities for students, link the university with industry, provide avenues for career guidance for students and facilitate linkages that could rake in financial assistance to the institution.
He further called for the completion the crèche, which is being built on the university’s campus by the Association.
He announced the creation of a new peer-reviewed on-line journal, “STU International Journal Technology” which according to him, would give the “University Community a reliable platform to publish their research outputs for the purposes of promotion and contributing to the global knowledge dissemination.”
Story by: Richard Boahen