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CSUC Inaugurates Research and Publications Committee for 2024/25 Academic Year


In a bid to strengthen its research efforts, the Christian Service University College (CSUC) has inaugurated a six-member Research and Publications Committee. Chaired by Dr. Isaac Boaheng, Director of Quality Assurance, the committee is tasked with promoting research and scholarly publications within the University.

The inauguration was held at the CSUC Conference Room on Thursday, March 28, 2024, and was attended by Prof. Yaw Adu-Gyamfi, Dean, Faculty of Humanities, Dr. (Mrs.) Cynthia Pomaa Akuoko, Dean, Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences, Dr. Joseph Nkuah, Head, Marketing, Logistics and Corporate Strategy, Dr. Fisvik Boahemaa Antwi, Lecturer, Ms. Vivian Amponsah, the University Librarian, and Dr. Samuel Brefo Adubofour, Dean, Graduate Studies and Research.Img 6499

During the ceremony, the President, Prof. Sam Afrane, outlined five major tasks for the committee. He emphasized actionable recommendations to advance research initiatives, particularly after the recent attainment of University Charter status. He highlighted the significance of positioning CSUC in a relevant league of academic tables and underscored the pivotal role of the committee in shaping the university’s research landscape and scholarly output.

In response, the chairman expressed gratitude for the trust vested in the committee’s membership. He unveiled key actions to fulfill their mandates, including restoring access to the Journal of Applied Sciences and Advanced Technology (JASAT) to all published issues for the university’s academic community. In addition, developing two research funding proposals within a year, setting a target for 10% annual institutional research output growth, and organizing international conferences for global collaboration.

He further stated that the committee aims to enhance staff research initiatives by establishing research groups and organizing annual research clinics as well as focusing on fostering and sustaining publication allowance agreements.

Finally, Dr. Boaheng emphasized that these actions will be prioritized over the next two years. According to him, the goal will be to propel the University to greater heights in the academic research sphere, garner global recognition, and sustain its newly acquired status.


By Anastasia C. Afenu

Institutional Advancement Office, CSUC

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