The Management and Members of the Kloma Hengme Association say their congratulations to Prof. Gabriel Teye Ayum
Published On: 30 Nov 2015
Prof. Gabriel Teye Ayum
The Management and Members of the Kloma Hengme Association say their congratulation to Prof. Gabriel Teye Ayum- A proud Krobo on 12th January 1964-for his appointment as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Development Studies, UDS Tamale.
A portion of the congratulatory statement issued by the Association and signed by its Chairman, Isaac Tamatey Out, said “We the youth of the Krobo area are proud of you and your numerous achievements. Your appointment has brought so much honour and glory to all sons and daughters of the Krobo nation. As a Krobo, you will continue to be our role model and our source of inspiration. May God continue to be your source of strength and direction’’.
A BRIEF PROFILE OF PROFESSOR TEYE
Professor Teye was appointed a lecture in the Animal Science Department of the Faculty of Agriculture, University for Development Studies in 1996.
He was promoted to the position of Senior Lecturer in 2006. In October 2011, he was promoted to the position of Associate Professor, and in July 2014, he was promoted to the rank of full Professor.
Professor Teye graduated with a BSc. (Hons) Agriculture (Animal Science ), from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi in 1991. In 1996, he obtained an MSc. (Meat Science) also from KNUST, and a PhD (Meat Science and Technology) from the University of Briarol, UK in 2005.
He also holds a Diploma in Modern Management and Administration, which he obtained in 2004 from Cambridge International College, UK .
Prior to his appointment as Vice-Chancellor, Professor Teye held several positions in the University for Development Studies. He was the Head of the Department of Animal Science from 2005 – 2008, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture from 2008 to 2012 adb tge Dean – in – charge of the Nyankpala Campus from 2009 to 2013.
He was elected a d appointed as Pro-Vice Chancellor from November 2012 to October 2014. He again contested and won the election for the position of Pro-Vice Chancellor in November 2014, and he was still serving his second term in office as Pro-Vice Chancellor, which was to end in November 2016, when the University Council appointed him as the New Vice-Chancellor.
Professor Teye has served as Chairman and member of several statutory and adhoc Committees and Board in the University.
Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye has fifty-eighty(58) academic research publications in referred journals, thirty-eight (38) non-referenced conference processing.
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