Besides inaugural lectures, the Academy also has the annual lecture series, instituted in 1993, where Fellows take turns in addressing topical issues in the humanities and the sciences. Annual Lectures delivered since 2003 are as follows:
Annual Lecture in the Humanities
Language, the Mass media and Democracy in Ghana
Parliamentary Vetting and our Constitutional
Democracy, George Kingsley Acquah.
Military Technology, the Nkrumah Government and Ghana Armed Forces,
S. K. Addae.
The African Family in Crisis: the Case of Ghana
G. K. Nukunya.
Signposts to Healthy Politics in Ghana
Language, Africa, and the Art of being Human
Mary Esther Kropp-Dakubu.
Peaceful Electoral Environment and Elections: The Role of Stakeholders
Most Rev. Prof. E. Asante
The Constitutional Phrase ‘We the People’ and the Politics of Inclusion
Scholarly Publishing in Africa and the Role of the Open Access Initiative (OAI)
A. A. Alemna
Of Demolished University Gates in a Fourth Republic: Is Academic Freedom under Siege
Migration, Farmer-Herder Conflicts and Insecurity in Ghana: Unravelling the Recent Violent Incidents in the Afram Plains
Professor Steve Tonah
“60 Years of Scholarly Excellence: Challenges, Achievements and Prospects”
Nana S.K.B. Asante
Annual Lecture in the Sciences
Water: A Crisis in Development
Letitia E. Obeng.
The Landscape industry in Sustainable Environmental Management
Avian Influenza. Science Section and College of Physicians and Surgeons
Who is a Sickle Cell Person
S. K. Addae.
Managing the Impact of Climate Change on Food Security: Some Post-Production Options for Ghana.
Technology for Development in Resource-Poor Countries
W. S. Alhassan.
The Threat of Counterfeit and Substandard Drugs to Healthcare Delivery in Developing Countries
Clay; Its Benefits to Mankind
Naturally Occurring Radioactivity in Our Homes
Aba Bentil Andam.
Galamsey: Effects on Soil Productivity,
Yaw Ahenkorah & E. Owusu-Bennoah
2017 Stress and Rest: Pharmacodynamic Modulation for Sustainable Human Health’