Elizaphan Naa Djanwah Abbey, the former editor of Ghana’s most loved celebrity news platform, Unitedshowbiz.com.gh has earned a diploma in Public Relations
Elizaphan Naa Djanwah Abbey recently completed her studies in Public Relations at the University of Professional Studies (UPSA).
Elizaphan Naa Djanwah Abbey joined 514 students who graduated at the Second Session of the 13th Congregation of the University Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) on Tuesday, October 12, 2021
The graduating students, drawn from the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Studies, form part of the 2020/2021 cohort from which about 3,640 students will be graduating this year.
In photos sighted by unitedshowbiz.com.gh from the graduation ceremony, Elizaphan Naa Djanwah Abbey is seen donning in her graduation robe as she posed for the camera with a smile.
Elizaphan Naa Djanwah Abbey is a brilliant and hardworking student and completed St. John’s Grammar School, Achimota in 2018 where she offered Business.
She enrolled at UPSA in August 2019 and has successfully completed a diploma in arts certificate in Public relations.
Elizaphan Abbey is currently offering a top-up, that is a bachelor’s of Arts in Public Relations at UPSA.
Elizaphan Naa Djanwah Abbey at Unitedshowbiz.com.gh
Elizaphan Naa Djanwah Abbey served as the news editor of Unitedshowbiz.com.gh from 2019 to 2020 and was responsible for managing, editing and producing news content to present information with accuracy, flow in routine news coverage.
Vice-Chancellor of UPSA Address to Congregation
The Vice-Chancellor of UPSA, Professor Abednego F. O. Amartey, in his address to Congregation on Tuesday, 12th October, noted that UPSA is maximising the opportunities provided by online education tools, such as the optimisation of the UPSA Learning Management System, for effective teaching and learning.
He said the emergence of COVID-19 has presented a new normal which has necessitated the adoption of a new approach to teaching and learning.
“With COVID-19 thrust upon all of us, it goes without saying that the blend of in-person and off-campus learning is here to stay,” he said.
“This new normal has not always been easy to navigate, and I am grateful to our students, especially today’s graduands, for rising above the challenges and embracing this new paradigm shift in course delivery for Ghanaian universities.”
Prof. Okoe Amartey emphasised that UPSA’s investments in technology (focused on elevating online teaching and learning space and capabilities) have so far paid off and the University will continue on that trajectory.
“The University’s state-of-the-art Library now includes a vast array of online resources for research, and reference for faculty, staff and students.”
He further added that the University has, in recent times, provided about 400 pro-licenses of Zoom web conferencing software to all faculty members to support online teaching and learning.