Mr. Anane George Kwadwo

Staff ID: PSM 83

Staff Category:

Non-Teaching

Position:

Acting Head

Central Administration:

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

Directorate/Unit:

Academic and Students' Affairs Division

George joined the University of Energy and Natural Resources as a Volunteer in September 2012 and was appointed in September 2013 as an Assistant Registrar in the Registrar’s Offices where he worked at the Quality Assurance and Planning Unit (now the Quality Assurance and Academic Planning Directorate). George was promoted to the rank of Senior Assistant Registrar in September 2017 and was transferred to the Academic and Students’ Affairs Division in July 2018 as the Acting Head. George holds a Master of Science degree in Development Policy and Planning with specialisation in Social Sector Policy and Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi and a Bachelor of Science in Tourism from the University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast-Ghana. George is currently in his final phase of completing a PhD in Urban and Regional Planning under the Wits-TUB Urban Lab Project at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg with sponsorship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). George was among 25 participants selected out of 200 applicants by the DAAD from South East Asia, West, South and East Africa, South and Central America and the Middle East to participate in the University Leadership and Management Training Programme (UNILEAD) from February 2020–September 2020 at the Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany. He also holds a Professional Certificate in Quality Assurance in Higher education (2014-2016) from the University of Duisburg-Essen, under the DAAD sponsored TRAINIQA Programme as part of the Dialogue on Innovative Higher Education Strategies (DIES). George has participated in several training programmes in higher education management and quality assurance in Ghana and abroad and has acquired mid-level to senior management level experience in university administration and leadership. He has been appointed on several occasions to serve as Secretary to Search Committees for the appointment of top university managers in Ghana. He has also served as Secretary to several ad-hoc committees in the University such as the Committee for the Harmonization of Weekend Programmes, Strategic Planning Committee, and the Dormaa Ahenkro Campus Commencement Committee. He has written several position papers leading to the advancement of administrative procedures and processes. He also has to his credit refereed articles about university administration. George has served as the President of UENR’s branch of the Ghana Association of University Administrators (GAUA) from 2016 till date.”