Welcome to FHEE
Welcome Message from the Dean
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam fringilla diam posuere, consectetur arcu sit amet, tempor diam. Mauris eleifend nisl non erat consectetur, quis gravida sem sagittis. Duis ac diam diam. Phasellus ac semper urna, sit amet rutrum purus.
Prof. Phyllis Forster

Achievements

  • The Department has two income generating units, namely, Clothing production Unit (CPU) and the Food Production Unit FPU).
  • The CPU has a garment factory where Academic, ceremonial, all kinds of uniforms, sports and other wears are sewn for the University, community, other institutions and the general public.
  • The FPU takes contract catering and also runs restaurant operations at North and South campuses of the University for staff, students and the general public.
  • The two units have trained some youth in the Winneba community and employed them.
  • The Department has trained and graduated about 55 M.Ed and 27 MPhil Teachers.

Projections

  • Provide bigger library and lecture rooms for post-graduate students.
  • Provide state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment for Clothing and Textiles, Food and Nutrition and Management-in-Living.
  • Provide the Food and Clothing Production Units with suitable space to make them more functional.
  • Set up a computer laboratory.
  • Attract more senior lecturers to support post-graduate students.
  • Start the MSc programme in Home Economics and run short courses for income generation to meet our social responsibility for the communities in and around Winneba by the three units.
  • Upgrade the Food and Nutrition, Clothing and Textiles and Management Units into Departments.
  • Set up a computer laboratory.
  • Seek for avenues to support lecturers to improve on their academic and research capacity through conferences and workshops in areas of specialization.

Research

Teaching and learning activities during the period under review were very effective and efficient as a result of the zeal and commitment of staff. Students were taken through both theory and practical aspects of courses.

The faculty procured essential materials for demonstration, practical work, and lecture delivery.

Exhibition

  • The Department organized product development exhibition for level 300 students, Cake Decoration and Sugar Craft, for Level 300 Entrepreneurship Education and Costing class and Clothing and Textiles. The exhibitors for both events were made by Level 300 and 400 students under the supervision of their lecturers.
  • The Department organized a Fashion at the Forecourt of Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre of UEW.