12/01/2016: A 14-member committee responsible for overseeing the planning and organising of Regent University College of Science and Technology’s 10th Anniversary Celebration, has been inaugurated at the McCarthy Hill Campus.
The Anniversary celebration is scheduled to kick off on the 16th of June 2016, which would mark exactly 10 years since the institution was formally inaugurated.
The Anniversary Committee is chaired by Ms. Eva Lokko, Founder and CEO of Totally Youth and member of the University’s Council.
Members of the Committee include, Rt. Rev. Dr. Nana Anyani-Boadum (General Overseer of Jesus Generation Ministries), Mr. Albert Amonoo (Senior Vice President), Prof. Seth Ayettey (Director, Regent School of Medical and Allied Sciences), Hon. Seth Agyei Baah (Council Member and President of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry), Apostle Samuel Gyamfi (Chairman of Bethel Prayer Ministry International), Mrs. Florence Larbi (University Counsellor).
Other members include: Ms. Nancy Ansah (Registrar), Mr. Henry Quarshie (Director, Communication and Strategic Marketing), Mrs. Ruth Ntumy-Fletcher (Coordinator, Regent Advancement Office), Ms. Harriet Essel (Deputy Head, Marketing Unit), Mr. Enoch Edusei (Speaker of the Regent Ghana Students’ Parliament), Mr. Daniel Oko Tetteh (Alumni Coordinator) and Mr. Daniel Blagogee (Events manager).
Present to grace the occasion were members of University’s management team as well as heads of the various University Departments, representing the entire staff body.
Recounting some key highlights in the institution’s history, the President and Founder of the University, Rev. Prof. E.K. Larbi in a metaphorical manner, described the University as “an institution born out of adversity that has become a tree providing shelter to many.”
He mentioned some of the achievements the University had chalked since its inception, including being the first institution in Ghana to run a Post-graduate degree in Computer Science.
The President expressed optimism that the Anniversary celebration would raise the visibility of the University as well as strategically position the University for its next phase of growth, development and impact.
Ms. Eva Lokko, on behalf of the members of the committee, expressed gratitude to the President and Founder and the leadership of the University for the opportunity to serve the institution.
She expressed confidence that the expertise and competencies of the various committee members, as well as members of the University community would be brought to bear in the planning and implementation of the celebrations.
“I believe it is worth celebrating this decade of educational leadership” said Mr. Enoch Edusei, Speaker of the Regent Ghana Students’ Parliament. “I trust that the community as a whole will be inspired and galvanized to bring about the necessary change in the continent and globally, through the celebrations” he added.