Asass Ali Abass
Assistant Registrar, Administration
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He holds a Masters Degree in Communication Sciences (2008) from University of Gezira,Sudan. He is also a holder of Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication in 2004 from International University of Africa (Sudan).
In September 2014 Mr. Abass joined Madina Institute of Science and Technology as the Assistant Registrar, Administration. From October 2013 to August 2014, he was the Registrar of the College of Holy Qur’an and Islamic Studies, Madina, Accra.
He has worked as the External Relations Executive with Aldiaa Society (an NGO into Education Health and General social interventions) from April 2010 to October 2013.
Mr. Asass Ali Abass has also worked as Projects Co-ordinator with Media In Partnership for Development, Accra from June 2008 to January 2010.
Mr. Abass is very much interested in Reading, Research, and Learning new things and ideas.
Name: Ishaq Akmey Alhassan
Position: Assistant Registrar-Administration
Cell: +233 244987 098
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Working Hours: 8am-5pm
School/Department: Office of the President
Mr. Ishaq Akmey Alhassan is an Africanist scholar with several years of teaching and research experience. He was a Teaching Assistant (2010 -2014) and a Graduate Assistant (2009-2010) at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon. He was also a tutor (2010 – 2013) at the Institute of Continuing and Distance Education of the same university.
1. M. Phil. African Studies (2010), University of Ghana, Legon
Thesis title: Non-Governmental Organisations and Sustainable Local Development: A Case Study of the Kwabre District of Ashanti, Ghana.
2. B.A. (Arabic and Political Science), (2006), University of Ghana, Legon.
3. Diploma (Arabic Language and Culture), (2005), Ain Shams University, Cairo.
Training and workshops
1. Fellows’ Workshop, Tanzania Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa Fellowship Program, Social Science Research Council (Hosted by the College of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, January 6-10, 2014)
2. Fellows’ Workshop, Ghana Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa Fellowship Program, Social Science Research Council (Hosted by the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, July 1-5, 2013)
3. PhD Training Workshop on ‘The Nuts and Bolts of the PhD Process’ Organised by the Marketing Department, University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), Legon
4. Training on Open and Distance Learning Education; Institute of Continuing and Distance Education (ICDE) University of Ghana, Legon. (February 2011)
5. Vacation Workshop on Research Methods for Teaching and Graduate Students;
Institute Of African Studies University of Ghana, Legon (January 2011)
6. Training for Teaching and Graduate Assistants on “The Emergent Role of Graduate Assistants in Assisting in Instruction and Supporting the Process of Grading Final Examinations In the Course-Credit Semester System”; University of Ghana, Legon (2009 - 2010)
1. Proposal Development Fellow, 2013-2014 Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa Fellowship Program Social Science Research Council (funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York)
2. Government of Ghana Scholarship (Year Abroad Programme), 2004 – 2005, Ain Shams University, Cairo Egypt
Research Interests & Selected Publications
=> Research Interests
Peace, Security and Development
=> Journal Publications
1. Alhassan, I. A. “Land-Use Conflicts between Settler Farmers and Nomadic Fulani Herdsmen in the Kwahu North District, Ghana”. Contemporary Journal of African Studies 4 (2) (2017): 89-115.
2. Alhassan, I. A. “The Future of Participatory Planning in Ghana: A Preliminary Analysis”. Africa Insight 46 (2) (2016): 106-119.
3. Alhassan, I. A. “Accountability, Contract Officers and the Integrity of the 2012 Election Outcome in Ghana.” Journal of African Elections 15 (1) (2016): 68-92.
4. Alhassan, I. A. “Our Resource, Others’ Wealth: The Origins of Legalized Discrimination against Local Goldsmiths in Ghana.” Ghana Studies 18 (2015): 121-135.
5. Alhassan, I. A. “Galamsey and the Making of a Deep State in Ghana: Implications for National Security and Development.” Research on Humanities and Social Sciences 4 (16) (2014): 47-56.
6. Alhassan, I. A. “Are We Planning for Sustainable Local Development? Lessons from the Kwabre District, Ghana.” The Journal of African & Asian Local Government Studies 2 (3) (September-November, 2013): 34-49.
African Community of Practice (since January 2013)
Ghana Studies Association (since January 2012).