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The office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) is running a programme for nurturing the next generation of academics this is in line with the strategic plan in which Makerere University aims at being a research-led university. Part of the programme focuses on staff that completed Ph.D. studies in recent times. Under this arrangement, graduates of Ph.D studies are availed opportunity to make public, findings from their doctoral research. The seminar series are an opportunity for the public to access information about the latest findings and developments in the particular presenter's area of expertise.  The following are the conferences in series that have been held so far.

The First Phd Seminar - Dr. Euzobia Baine

ebaineThe first Phd Seminar held 2nd September, 2010 at 2.30 p.m. in the Senate Conference Hall was well attended by memebers of staff and the general public. In the seminar series Dr. Euzobia Baine presented a topic: “Gender and Teacher Education in Uganda:  Responses to Contemporary Changes”.

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Ernest Okello Ogwang

Okello Ogwang (PhD)
First Deputy Vice Chancellor
(Academic Affairs)
Sixth Floor Room 603
Makerere University