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University of Ghana(About this soundpronounciation of "University of Ghana" ) yɛ suapɔn a akyɛre yie na ɛsan so wɔ Ghana aban asuapɔn dummiɛnsa no.[1] Wɔtee sukuu no wɔ afe 1948 mu,[2] bere a na Britaniafoɔ no redi Gold Coast so no na wɔtoo no din "University College of the Gold Coast"[3][4] a efirii University of London[5] a ɔmo hwɛ adesua nhyehyeɛ so ɛne dikrii abɔsobɔdeɛ so.[6]

Berɛ a yɛ nyaa fahodie wɔ afe 1957 mu no, sukuupɔn no din no sesae bɛyɛɛ University College of Ghana. Edin no san sesae bɛyɛɛ University of Ghana[7] wɔ afe 1961 mu a afei deɛ edi mu sɛ suapɔn.[8] University of Ghana wɔ atɔeɛ fam wɔ Nkran Legon hills ne atifiapuei finimfin wɔ Nkran, seisei ɛwɔ nkorabata bebiree a wɔwɔ asukufoɔ a wɔboro bɔyɛ mpem aduanan.[5]

Suapɔn No Chancellor[sesa]

Mprɛmprɛn yi deɛ, Mrs. Mary Chinery-Hesse na ɔyɛ Chancellor de ma suapɔn no.[9] Wɔtoo aba maa no mmara kwan so de no sii akonnwa so sɛ suapɔn no chancellor wɔ ɔsanaa bosome no da a ɛdi kan a na ɛyɛ Wukuada, wɔ afe mpem mmienu ne du nwɔtwe mu (2018), berɛ a suapɔn no bɔɔ dwa dataa de gyee no too mu wɔ suapɔn no hyiadan kɛseɛ no mu.[10]

Suapɔn No Chancellor Adadafoɔ a Watwam[sesa]

Mfie beberee a ɛtwaa mu no de bɛsi afe apem ahankron aduokron nwɔtwe mu no (1998), na ɔman Ghana panin a ɔdi ɔman no so a yɛfrɛ no sɛ Head of State no na na ɔsane di dwuma sɛ Chancellor de ma University of Ghana.[11] Ene sɛ, ɛfiri afe apem ahankron aduosia baabko mu no (1961) wɔnam mmarakwan so tee University of Ghana no, ɔman Ghana panin a ɔdi ɔman no so a yɛfrɛ no sɛ Head of State a ɔdi kan wɔ berɛ a na Ghana anya fawohodie no, ɔsagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah na ɔbɛyɛɛ Chancellor a ɔdi kan de maa University of Ghana.[12]

.Wɔn a wɔdidi soɔ yi nyinaa akura diberɛ no mu sɛ Chancellor de ama suapɔn no:

Suapɔn no Chancellor abadiakyire ahodoɔ[sesa]

Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo[13]

Nana Aba Appiah Amfo na mprɛmprɛn yi ɔyɛ Vice-Chancellor de ma University of Ghana.[14]

Suapɔn no Chancellor abadiakyire ahodoɔ a watwam[sesa]

University College of the Gold Coast[sesa]

University College of Ghana[sesa]

University of Ghana[sesa]

[sesa]

University of Ghana Logo
University of Ghana Logo[17]

The Logo no wɔde ahosuo ahodoɔ mmienu na ayɛ; Indigo Dye ɛne Camel.[18] ɛwɔ wiem ahosuo bi nso wɔ mu a ''AYA'' ahodoɔ mmiensa gyinagyina mu wɔ ne soro fa baabi ɛna ''DWENINMENTOASO'' nso da mfimfini ɛreba fam kakra no a akyɛ mu mmienu, a ne nyinaa nso wɔde sika kɔkɔɔ ahosuo na ayɛ.[19] Nnipa a ɔyɛɛ Logo yi din de A. M. Opoku.[20] ''AYA'' ( Akan asɛmfua a ɛkyerɛ fern) yɛ Adinkra ahyɛnsodɛ no bia.[21] ''AYA'' nyini kɔ soro teee a, wɔ Logo yi mu no wɔde rekyerɛ nokwaredie ne tumi a wɔtumi di mmara so yɛ nnoɔma a ɛtene nko ara.

'Dweninmen (Ram's Horn) nso yɛ Adinkra ahyɛnsodeɛ no bi.[22] Ɛha nso DWENINMENTOASO ahodoɔ mmiensu a apem anim no nso kyerɛ ahoɔden ne ɔfrɛ a yɛde kura nokwaredie mu.[22]

Nwomasua[sesa]

Balme Library[sesa]

The Balme Library, University of Ghana
Main entrance to the Balme Library

Wɔsii Balme Library no wɔ afe apem ahankron aduanan nwɔtwe mu (1948) sɛ nka ɛnyɛ Achimota College no Library.[23] ɛno ne baabi titirew a ɛdi a wɔkora nwoma, a nwoma korabea nkae no nyinaa bɛtoo no.[24] Saa Balme library yi hyɛ suapɔn no mu ankasa.[24]

College of Health Sciences[sesa]

Yɛwɔ sukuu ahodoɔ nsia ne Research Institute baako na wɔhyɛ saa kɔlegy yi ase.[25][26] Yeinom ne:

  • School of Medicine and Dentistry
  • School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences
  • School of Nursing, located on the Legon campus though its students receive practical training at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
  • School of Pharmacy
  • School of Public Health
  • School of Education and Leadership
  • Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research
  • Centre for Tropical, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Yɛwɔ sukuu ahodoɔ num, Centres nsia (3 research based) ɛne Institutes mmienu na wɔhyɛ kɔlegy yi ase. Yeinom ne:

  • School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
  • School of Biological Sciences
  • School of Agriculture
  • School of Engineering Sciences
  • School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Livestock and Poultry Research Centre (LIPREC)
  • Soil and Irrigation Research Centre (SIREC)
  • Forest and Horticultural Research Centre (FOHCREC)
  • Biotechnology Centre
  • West African Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI)
  • West African Centre for Cell Biology and Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP)
  • Institute of Environment and Sanitation Studies
  • Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology

Collegiate system[sesa]

Ɛdi firi 2014/2015 nwomasua afe no mu no, University of Ghana agye collegiate kwan a wɔfa so sua adeɛ no nso atom[27] na wakyekyɛ sukuu ahodoɔ ne departments ahodoɔ no mu ahyɛ kɔlɛgy ahodoɔ nan ase, Yeinom ne:

  • College of Basic and Applied Sciences
  • College of Humanities
  • College of Education
  • College of Health Sciences

Faculties Afoforɔ[sesa]

Yɛwɔ faculties ahodoɔ num a wɔnhyɛ kɔlɛgy a yɛadikan abobɔ din yi mu biara ase, Yeinom ne:

  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Social Studies
Department of Economics of University of Ghana
  • Faculty of Science
  • Faculty of Law:
  • Faculty of Engineering Sciences


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