Dr. Bernard Ampong is a Ghanaian born linguist specialising in pragmatics. Paramount among his works are the pragmatic analysis of the famous Ex-President Rawlings' story of "Atta Mortuary-man" and the unsaid in titles of francophone african novels. He is currently a lecturer at the Department of Language and Communication Sciences, KNUST.
His areas of research interest however include Onomastics (the scientific study of names), Translation and the Teaching and Learning of French. He loves music and soccer.
During the 8th Summer School of KNUST, he was awarded as one of the 12 (twelve) best participants. He holds a cerficate in Critical Thinking Skills for Univervisty Success from the University of Sydney, Australia.