Executives of the UPSA Chapter of the Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana (GRASAG-UPSA) have donated five desktop computers and peripherals to the School of Graduate Studies of the University of Professional Studies, Accra.
The peripherals included five 1200Va Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) units, five 10M HDMI cables, 10 VGA cables (20M), two USB Type-C to HDMI converter adapters, two HDMI splitters, two VGA splitters, five VGA to HDMI adapters, and 10 VGA to VGA cables (20M).
The donation, estimated to have cost GHS29,455, form part of a series of initiatives by the current GRASAG leadership to support the managers of the University to better serve its graduate students.
Presenting the items at a brief ceremony on Wednesday, the President of the GRASAG-UPSA, Eunice Pobee, explained that the gesture is to support the process of delivering quality teaching and learning at the University for postgraduate students.
She stressed that “as student leaders, it was importance that we contribute to the delivery of quality teaching and learning on campus. This is therefore our little contribution to the University.”
The Dean of the Graduate School, Dr Samuel Antwi, who received the items on behalf of the School of Graduate Studies (SOGS), thanked the association for the generous gesture.
He pledged that the items would be put to good use while imploring the Association to make more of such donations in the future.
Present to support Dr Antwi in receiving the items were the Vice Dean of the SOGS, Dr. George Cudjoe Agbemabiese, Mr Lawrence Offei Asare, a lecturer and Coordinator for the Corporate Governance programme.