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UCC Staff Appointed as Registrar of UHAS

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UCC Staff Appointed as Registrar of UHAS , KNUST , Success StoriesA former Deputy Registrar at the Division of Academic Affairs at the University of Cape Coast, Dr. Cynthia Sena Kpeglo has recently been appointed the Registrar of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), Ho.
 
On behalf of the University, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. D. D. Kuupole has written to congratulate Dr. Kpeglo on her appointment. The statement noted that “Management and the whole University Community is proud that one of our own has risen to that prestigious position and we share the glory with you.”
 
The Vice-Chancellor expressed confidence that the UHAS would gain from the rich experience that Dr. Kpeglo had acquired from her long association with the University of Cape Coast adding that “Your advice to management and leadership skills should help nurture this young University and propel it to a greater height.”
Dr. Kpeglo attended OLA Secondary School in Ho from 1980 to 1987, where she did her Ordinary and Advanced Levels. In 1988, she gained admission to University of Cape Coast and received the BA Arts (Honours) degree in 1992. She earned a Master of Philosophy degree in Educational Administration at the same university in 1998. She entered Florida A & M University in Tallahassee Florida, in 2001 and was awarded a PhD in Educational Leadership in 2004.
Dr. Kpeglo joined University of Cape Coast as a Junior Assistant Registrar in 2000 and was confirmed Assistant Registrar, April, 2001. She was promoted Senior Assistant Registrar in October, 2006 and then to Deputy Registrar in the Division of Academic Affairs in August, 2013.
She held several positions in the University, including Secretary to the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration and as Deputy Registrar in charge of Teaching and Examination and Institutional Affiliation. In August this year, when University of Cape Coast adopted the collegiate system, Dr. Kpeglo was appointed College Registrar, College of Education Studies.
In addition to her administrative work, Dr. Kpeglo was a part-time lecturer in Management and Organisational Behaviour in the University of Cape Coast.
Dr. Kpeglo has published a number of academic papers in journals and attended many international conferences where she shared her experience in her field of specialisation. She is married and has three children.
 
 
Source: ucc.edu.gh

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