- Dr Lucy Agyepong became the first Ghanaian engineer to be appointed to the African Asian Pacific Engineering Council (AAPEC) in 2021
- She also made history as the only woman on the Council with over 10 years' specialist experience in conducting advanced research
- Dr Agyepong was the Associate Dean of Engineering at the Academic City University College before the appointment
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Dr Lucy Agyepong made history when she became the first Ghanaian engineer to be appointed to the African Asian Pacific Engineering Council (AAPEC) in 2021.
She imprinted her name in the sands of time as the only female on the Council. Dr Agyepong was serving as the Associate Dean of Engineering at the Academic City University College before the appointment.
Her new role at AAPEC included working with other members to drive the African Asian Pacific Accord signed between the Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific and the Federation of African Engineering Organisations on July 20, 2020, Graphic Online reported.
Over 10 years' career experience
Ing. Dr Agyepong has more than 10 years' specialist experience in conducting advanced research on both academic and industrial levels.
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The high-achieving woman has also been involved in the design and manufacturing of tooling and fixturing components required for aircraft assembly processes.
Previous positions held
Dr Agyepong worked as the Technology Manager of the Design and Build Group at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), UK, before joining Academic City.
She has played an integral role with a range of industrial partners, including Airbus, GKN, BAE Aerospace, and Rolls-Royce.
Ghanaian Professor Robert Ebo Hinson Appointed Interim Vice-Chancellor
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Ghanaian Professor Robert Ebo Hinson has been appointed interim Vice-Chancellor of the University of Kigali, Rwanda.
He began his role on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, a position previously held by the immediate past Vice-Chancellor, Professor Gustave Tombola.
Professor Hinson will occupy the position until a substantive Vice-Chancellor is appointed
Professor Hinson brings to the position years of experience as a chartered marketer and university administrator. He started his academic career in the year 2003 and has since achieved milestones, including being ranked the leading Marketing Scholar in Africa in 2021.
Prof Nana Amfo Appointed First Female Substantive Vice-Chancellor of UG
The renowned Ghanaian Linguistics professor was appointed by the Governing Council of the prestigious university.
The appointment takes effect from Tuesday, October 26, 2021, making her the first woman to occupy the position since the institution was established in 1948.
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