Rev. Dr. ( Mrs.) Grace Sintim Adasi has been inducted into office as the new Principal of Agogo Presbyterian Women’s University College of Education ( APWUCE).
She was inducted at a ceremony today led by Moderatorof the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana(PCG), Rt. Rev Prof. Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante in Agogo.
Advising her at the ceremony, Rev Obiri Yeboah urged her to work hard to position the college at a higher level. He also urged her to always make the Lord her guide.
Who is she?
Rev. Dr. Grace Sintim Adasi, a Presbyterian, is currently a Research Fellow with the Religions and Philosophy Section of the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon.
Currently, she is the Seminar Coordinator of the Thursday Seminar Series of the Institute. She holds an MPhil in African Studies from the Institute of African Studies, and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), in the Study of Religions both from the University of Ghana, Legon.
Her research interests are on Mission and African Christianity, Christianity and Society, Spirituality, Culture, Gender, Indigenous Religions and Women Empowerment. She has extensively researched on Women’s leadership roles in the Church, Priestesses, shrines and sacred spaces in African Indigenous Religions.
Agogo Presbyterian Women’s University College of Education ( APWUCE) is one of the colleges of education in Ghana. The college which was established in 1931 as Basel Mission Women’s Training College was in 1972 renamed as Agogo Presbyterian Women’s University College of Education.