4 January 2013

Liberia: Cuttington Ranked Best University in Liberia

Exam Ethics Marshals International, an international body committed to the code of ethical self-regulation, has declared Cuttington University as the Best University in Liberia for 2012. Exam Ethics Marshals International is a global body responsible to combat exam mal-practices and academic dishonesty globally.

The group's aim is to rebuild the moral foundation and ethical infrastructure of education.

During the official presentation of the award to Cuttington University through its Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mr. Theodore V. K. Brow, in Accra, Ghana, the group noted that Cuttington University has remained steadfast in pursuit of its mission and the ability to regenerate as well as sustain the track record of producing graduates of strong moral fiber for distinguished services to University Education in Liberia.

The Exam Ethics Marshals International from around the world converge in Accra, Ghana yearly to brainstorm, share experiences and update their knowledge with high impact presentations, case studies and documentaries on best practices in education.

This year's conference which gives the Cuttington University the award will focus leadership and management skills for best practices in planning, organizing, communication, collective bargaining, time change, stress, and conflict management.

Mr. Brown, was accompanied to Accra, Ghana by the Director for International Affairs at Cuttington, Mrs. Lovette Tucker.

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