Eric Adu-Gyamfi joined the Office of Research Services and Innovations in February 2014. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy and Ghanaian Language from University of Cape Coast (UCC) and a Diploma in Journalism from Oxford Institute of Acting and Journalism.
In his role as a research assistant, Eric works closely with the research administrator on administrative research related duties. He also works with academic members of the project team in order to deliver project outcomes, assisting in the development and preparation of continuing funding opportunities, contributing to team decisions about research directions as well as offering general administrative support on research projects coordinated by the office. As a Sports correspondent, he performs extensive research, conduct interviews and attend events they are covering, such as games, tournaments and press conferences. As a tutor, he was responsible for assisting in the educational and social development of pupils and making a positive and regular contribution to the school’s extra-curricular and enrichment programme; leading, coaching and supporting students to develop their academic skills but also their sporting talents and outside interests.
His areas of specialization includes; ethics, metaphysics, phonology and customs. His career objective is to undertake a challenging career opportunity in research and ethics where he can utilize his broad training, skills and experience acquired. Before joining Ghana Technology University College, he worked with Price FM one of the leading radio stations in the Ashanti region as a sports correspondent and a tutor as well.