Prof. Nicholas N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah


President of Dominion

Nicholas Nsowah-Nuamah is a Professor of Statistics, and until recently served as the Interim Vice Chancellor of Kumasi Technical University (formerly, Kumasi Polytechnic). He succeeds Rev. Professor Kingsley Larbi, who steps down as President of Regent, after over a decade of pioneering leadership at the helm of the University College, as its first President. Rev. Professor Larbi, the founder of Regent, will serve as the Chancellor of the University College.

From 2010-2016, Professor Nsowah-Nuamah served as the Rector for Kumasi Polytechnic, a centre of excellence for tertiary level training of technical and professional human resource with entrepreneurial skills. He was born in Nkotumso, Dunkwa-on-Offin, a town in the Central Region of Ghana. He earned a Master of Science degree in Statistics (with distinction) from Odessa Institute of National Economy, in Ukraine and holds a Ph.D in Statistics, from Moscow State University in Russia.

Professor Nsowah-Nuamah has held various faculty and administrative positions at the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research at the University of Ghana and the Department of Statistics, including serving as a Full Professor of Statistics at the Institute and heading the Institute’s Statistics, Computing, Information and Communication Division.