The Vice-Dean of the School of Sustainable Engineering (SSE) under the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences (CANS), Prof. Ing. Samuel Kofi Tulashie, has been honoured at the Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) night held at the Engineering Centre in Accra.
The event, organised by the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE), was on the theme: “Engineering: Resilence in the Face of Climate Change and Pandemic.”
Prof. Ing. Tulashie received the Research, Academic and Industrial , as well as Concept and Innovation awards.
The EEA Ghana is a National Award honouring the outstanding contribution of an individual or organisation to promoting engineering excellence and innovations as well as engineering students showing great potential for research.
Prof. Ing. Tulashie, made this known when he paid a courtesy call on the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Rosemond Boohene, at her office.
For her part, Prof. Boohene congratulated Prof. Ing. Tulashie on his awards, while urging him not to rest on his laurels.
She urged the awardee to “ see the sky as his limit” and endeavour to win more laurels for the University.
“ I believe that the sky is the limit and so if we work very hard, we can achieve greater heights.
Prof. Boohene added that the feat chalked up by Prof. Ing. Tulashie was testament of the fact that the School of Sustainable Engineering had the quality human resource to deepen the visibility of the University.
" ...this is the beginning of greater things in the faculty of Engineering and UCC at Large," she noted.
Present at the meeting were the Dean, School of Physical Sciences, Prof. Emmanuel K. Essel, and the Founding Dean of the SSE, Prof. Robert Sarpong Amoah.