Awards and Recognition
HONOURS FROM THE UNIVERSITY AND THE UNIVERSITY COUNCIL
1 Awarded a Certificate of Long Service by the University (2009)
2 Awarded KNUST 60th Anniversary Commemorative Plaque (Gold Division) for Distinguished Services (2011)
3 Naming of the College of Science Building by the University Council as the ABOAGYE MENYEH COMPLEX in recognition of his immense contribution to infrastructural development (2015)
CITATIONS / CERTIFICATE OF HONOUR / PLAQUES
1 Citation from College of Science, KNUST for a decade of dedicated services (2010)
2 Citation from Christian Council, College of Science (2010)
3 Citations from KNUST Science Students Association (2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2016)
4 Plaque from KNUST Alumni Association of North America in recognition of exemplary contributions to KNUST development (2009)
5 Citation from the Chief and people of Abiriw (Hometown), for meritorious services and support for the Abiriw Education Fund (2004)
6 Certificate of Honour, Faculty of Science Welfare (2004)
7 Certificate of Honour, St. Rose’s Secondary School (2003)
8 Plaque from Republic Hall, KNUST, in recognition of invaluable services (2005)
9 Citation from the Department of Physics, KNUST for Dedicated Services and Exemplary Leadership (2019)
10 Citation from Physics Students Association of Ghana (2019).
11 Plaque from KNUST-SANTA-MOGA (2009).
INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS/ GRANTS
1 1984 – 1986: Awarded Commonwealth Scholarship by the Commonwealth
Scholarships Commission in the UK to pursue M.Sc (Geophysics)
Programme in England.
2 1991 - 1994: Awarded Commonwealth Scholarship by the Commonwealth
Scholarships Commission in the UK to pursue a Ph.D. Programme in
Geophysics in England.
3 1997: Awarded Third World Academy of Sciences, Research Grant of five
thousand dollars ($5,000) for equipment to undertake a research project
on “The use of magnetic, thermomagnetic and X-ray measurements in
identifying magnetic minerals in rock samples and mine tailings from
diamond and gold mines in Ghana”.
4 2004-2006: Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund (TALIF), awarded
US$20,000.00 for the computerization of staff and students records for
the College of Science, KNUST