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  • PROF. KWAKU ARMAH APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF AUCC

    Prof. Kwaku Armah has been appointed President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) with effect from September 1, 2013.

    Prof. Armah, who until his appointment, has been Vice President, Academic, and Dean of the Centre for Graduate and Research Studies, holds a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Psychology from Rutgers, the State University, new Brunswick, New Jersey, and a Master’s degree in Education from Montclair State College, New Jersey.

    Until he returned to West Africa to establish himself as a UN Consultant, he occupied various positions in the university system in New Jersey/New York:

     

    • • Associate Vice President, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, William Paterson   University;
    • • Dean, Student Affairs/Services, Medgar Evers College;
    • • Director, Office of Institutional Assessment and Research;
    • • Chief of Staff to the President;
    • • Executive Director, Office of the Chancellor, New Jersey Department of Higher Education; and
    • • Executive Director, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program of Montclair State College.

    Prof. Armah heads the new management team of the university that will lead AUCC to attaining its full status as a Centre of Excellence.

    Signed

    Kojo Yankah,

    Founder & Executive Chairman

    September 30, 2013

  • PROF. KWAKU ARMAH APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF AUCC

    Prof. Kwaku Armah has been appointed President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) with effect from September 1, 2013.

    Prof. Armah, who until his appointment, has been Vice President, Academic, and Dean of the Centre for Graduate and Research Studies, holds a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Psychology from Rutgers, the State University, new Brunswick, New Jersey, and a Master’s degree in Education from Montclair State College, New Jersey.

    Until he returned to West Africa to establish himself as a UN Consultant, he occupied various positions in the university system in New Jersey/New York:

     

    • • Associate Vice President, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, William Paterson   University;
    • • Dean, Student Affairs/Services, Medgar Evers College;
    • • Director, Office of Institutional Assessment and Research;
    • • Chief of Staff to the President;
    • • Executive Director, Office of the Chancellor, New Jersey Department of Higher Education; and
    • • Executive Director, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program of Montclair State College.

    Prof. Armah heads the new management team of the university that will lead AUCC to attaining its full status as a Centre of Excellence.

    Signed

    Kojo Yankah,

    Founder & Executive Chairman

    September 30, 2013

  • PROF. KWAKU ARMAH APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF AUCC

    Prof. Kwaku Armah has been appointed President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) with effect from September 1, 2013.

    Prof. Armah, who until his appointment, has been Vice President, Academic, and Dean of the Centre for Graduate and Research Studies, holds a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Psychology from Rutgers, the State University, new Brunswick, New Jersey, and a Master’s degree in Education from Montclair State College, New Jersey.

    Until he returned to West Africa to establish himself as a UN Consultant, he occupied various positions in the university system in New Jersey/New York:

     

    • • Associate Vice President, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, William Paterson   University;
    • • Dean, Student Affairs/Services, Medgar Evers College;
    • • Director, Office of Institutional Assessment and Research;
    • • Chief of Staff to the President;
    • • Executive Director, Office of the Chancellor, New Jersey Department of Higher Education; and
    • • Executive Director, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program of Montclair State College.

    Prof. Armah heads the new management team of the university that will lead AUCC to attaining its full status as a Centre of Excellence.

    Signed

    Kojo Yankah,

    Founder & Executive Chairman

    September 30, 2013

  • PROF. KWAKU ARMAH APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF AUCC

    Prof. Kwaku Armah has been appointed President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) with effect from September 1, 2013.

    Prof. Armah, who until his appointment, has been Vice President, Academic, and Dean of the Centre for Graduate and Research Studies, holds a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Psychology from Rutgers, the State University, new Brunswick, New Jersey, and a Master’s degree in Education from Montclair State College, New Jersey.

    Until he returned to West Africa to establish himself as a UN Consultant, he occupied various positions in the university system in New Jersey/New York:

     

    • • Associate Vice President, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, William Paterson   University;
    • • Dean, Student Affairs/Services, Medgar Evers College;
    • • Director, Office of Institutional Assessment and Research;
    • • Chief of Staff to the President;
    • • Executive Director, Office of the Chancellor, New Jersey Department of Higher Education; and
    • • Executive Director, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program of Montclair State College.

    Prof. Armah heads the new management team of the university that will lead AUCC to attaining its full status as a Centre of Excellence.

    Signed

    Kojo Yankah,

    Founder & Executive Chairman

    September 30, 2013

  • PROF. KWAKU ARMAH APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF AUCC

    Prof. Kwaku Armah has been appointed President of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) with effect from September 1, 2013.

    Prof. Armah, who until his appointment, has been Vice President, Academic, and Dean of the Centre for Graduate and Research Studies, holds a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Psychology from Rutgers, the State University, new Brunswick, New Jersey, and a Master’s degree in Education from Montclair State College, New Jersey.

    Until he returned to West Africa to establish himself as a UN Consultant, he occupied various positions in the university system in New Jersey/New York:

     

    • • Associate Vice President, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, William Paterson   University;
    • • Dean, Student Affairs/Services, Medgar Evers College;
    • • Director, Office of Institutional Assessment and Research;
    • • Chief of Staff to the President;
    • • Executive Director, Office of the Chancellor, New Jersey Department of Higher Education; and
    • • Executive Director, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program of Montclair State College.

    Prof. Armah heads the new management team of the university that will lead AUCC to attaining its full status as a Centre of Excellence.

    Signed

    Kojo Yankah,

    Founder & Executive Chairman

    September 30, 2013

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