Event ID:  19865
Contact Name:  ERNEST TEYE MATEY
Contact Email:  ematey@anuc.edu.gh
Contact Phone:  +233541827770
Organization:  ALL NATIONS UNIVERSITY SPACE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY
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Dates:  10th October 2018 to 10th October 2018
Type:  Public
Country:  Ghana
State/Province:  EASTERN REGION
City:  KOFORIDUA
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Event Name:  FIRST SPACE SCIENCE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION COMPETITION FOR HIGH SCHOOLS
Event Description:  The competition is scheduled to be a one day event. About 10 senior high school students within ghana would be competing amongst themselves on space related topics. Each high school would bring 45 students to the programme which includes 6 representatives for their school in the competition. They would do a power point presentation on space related topics which they willingly chose from the list of different topics presented to them. Their performance would be assessed based on depth of research, content, organization , of presentation, delivery skill, timing and ability to fetch and fend questions. The programme is scheduled to run from 10am to 3pm.
Report on the Results:  The 10th of October 2018 was the only world space week event that happened in Ghana, live at the premises of All Nations University College Koforidua. In celebration of the world space week, a powerpoint research based competition was hosted between senior high schools and there was a huge number in attendance. This competition was the first of its kind in the eastern region of Ghana and in Ghana at large. The students were given different lists of space related topics, from which they chose two and did a research on it which was backed up with their PowerPoint presentations. The competition was graced and judged by 6 renowned judges from different career paths, engineering and space science related. This competition promoted three sustainable development goals such as quality education, innovation, infrastructure and industry and gender equality. It also broadened the minds of the students for in-depth research, taught them proper use of the internet and boosted their confidence level and presentation skills. The All Nations University-Space Science Technology Laboratory Ghana, is glad to have hosted this research programme and we look forward to celebrating more of its kind with exciting packages in the coming years.
Attendance:  300
Media Impressions:  2000
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