All Nations University introduces its first Annual Research Day, featuring the inauguration of the GITFiC-AfCFTA tertiary club.

On February 25 in Koforidua, the All Nations University initiated its first Research Day and officially established the university’s chapter of the Ghana International Trade and Finance Conference (GITFIC) within the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Tertiary Students Club.

These notable occurrences are designed to foster academic excellence, encourage research collaboration, and raise awareness about the African Continental Free Trade Area among tertiary students and faculty members. The overarching goal is to stimulate innovation and promote regional integration within the academic community.

The School of Business at All Nations University marked the commencement of its first Annual Research Day, coinciding with the inauguration of the GITFiC tertiary students club at the university’s city campus in the Eastern Regional Capital, Koforidua. These initiatives aim to spotlight the academic excellence of ANU and cultivate an atmosphere conducive to intellectual growth.

The ANU School of Business remains a pivotal force in fostering research and innovation within the academic community, with the annual Research Day serving as a testament to its unwavering dedication to excellence.

Professor Collins Marfo Agyeman, Dean of the ANU Business School, and Professor Carlene Kyeremeh, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs at ANU, collaboratively presided over the launching ceremony for the Annual Research Day. This event is slated to be commemorated every November, beginning in the year 2024.

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