ALL STUDENTS (L100 - L400)
Department of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences
 

STAFF/STUDENTS CONSULTATIVE MEETING

The Academic Staff of the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences would like to meet all students on THURDAY, 13th OCTOBER, 2016 at 11.00am at the Fisheries and Coastal Research Laboratory.

AGENDA

  • Staff/student interactions
  • Expectations of staff and students
  • AOB

 

Thank you
 

Signed

ALL YOU WANT TO KNOW AND DO ABOUT TILAPIA FARMING   Call for Applications into a Short Course on Tilapia Farming Course title: Farming tilapia profitably A public-private partnership initiative between the University of Cape Coast and Ainoo-Ansah Farms Training Dates: 25 - 29th July, 2016 8th- 12th August, 2016 22nd-26th August, 2016 5th-9th September, 2016 19th -23rd September, 2016 Total number of participants to be admitted: 100 Venue: Ainoo-Ansah Farms, Okyereko – Near Winneba, Ghana Background:

The Vice-Chancellor Prof. D.D. Kuupole, faculty, staff, and students of the University of Cape Coast welcome Dr. David Dooley, President, University of Rhode Island (URI), USA, on his inaugural trip to Ghana this April 13 -19

USAID/UCC FISHERIES AND COASTAL MANAGEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING SUPPORT PROJECT

 Call for Proposals for Short-Term Technical Assistance Towards the Development of a Relational Database On Fisheries and Coastal Management in Ghana

BACKGROUND TO THE ASSIGNMENT

USAID/UCC Fisheries and Coastal Management  Capacity Building Support Project Call for Proposals for Short-Term Technical Assistance Towards the Operationalization of the Centre for Coastal Management (CCM) at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana

BACKGROUND TO THE ASSIGNMENTS

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