A three (3) day research workshop organised by the Association fell on 3rd to 5th February 2020. The workshop was organised with the intention of equipping students on Tools in Data Analysis and Interpretation and avoiding Plagiarism.

The workshop started with College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences with a presentation by Dr. Josiah Tachie-Menson. He presented on the use of Excel and G-Stat for data analysis.

Day two of the workshop was instituted for College of Humanities and Legal studies. The resource person for the day was Dr. Godfred William Cantah who presented on the use of Stata for data analysis.

The workshop ended on day three with presentations by Dr. Lebbaeus Asamani for College of Education studies and Mr. George Adjei for College of Health and Allied Sciences.

Mr. Isaac Nketsiah from DRIC, UCC  was present for all the three days of the workshop to take students through the best practices in avoiding plagiarism in their research work.

The Dean of School of Graduate Studies, UCC, Prof. Ernest L. Okorley graced the workshop and encouraged students to work hard in order to finish their thesis on time. The students learnt a lot and were grateful for such an educative seminar.

Dr. Godfred William-Cantah presenting on the use of Stata Analysis Tool

Dr. Lebbaeus Asamani presenting to students under School of Education Studies on the use of SPSS

Prof. Ernest L. Okorley, Dean of School of Graduate Studies, UCC, gracing the program

A shot of a one-on-one session between Mr. Gorge Adjei, the resource person, and a student

Some students interacting and learning from one another

Shot of some students attentively listening to the ongoing presentation

Mr. Isaac Nketsiah presenting on how to check plagiarism in students research work

The Chairman for Research Committee of GRASAG and the MC for the workshop doing his thing.


There is always time for a pose and a nice shot

There is always time for a pose and a nice shot

SPSS Installation time