UTAMU is organizing a research workshop on the topic: “Decision enhancement for poultry farmers in East Africa.”

The workshop is scheduled to take place on Friday, 21st October 2016 from 10 am - 12.00 pm in Lecture Room 1 at UTAMU campus in Kiswa, Bugolobi. 

The presenter at the workshop is Ms. Rebecca Pearl Tumwebaze, a lecturer in the School of Business and Management. 

Eight master’s students on Friday, 7th October 2016 defended their research proposals before a panel of three examiners.

The UTAMU year two Semester one master’s students were challenged to enrich their research if they want to add valuable knowledge in their areas of study. This was during the proposal defense which took place at UTAMU Resource Center in Kiswa, Bugolobi.

Both the internal and external examiners highlighted the different strengths and weaknesses of the candidates’ presentations.

The students were advised to always provide sufficient information to the reader in their proposals.

Mr Dan Ayebale told the students that insightful comments are to help them better their proposals.

 

The panelists at the defense included Dr. Dan Ayebale, Dr. Dick Kamuganga, Dan Ayebare and Mark Kiiza.

UTAMU is organizing a research workshop on “Enhancing Decisions for Agricultural Cooperatives in Developing Countries”.

The workshop is scheduled to take place on Friday, 11th November 2016 from 10 am - 12.00 pm in Lecture Room 1 at UTAMU campus in Kiswa, Bugolobi.

The presenter at the workshop is Ms. Faith Mugisha Ahabyoona, a lecturer in the School of Business and Management.

UTAMU is organizing an academic staff research workshop under the theme: “Building Capabilities of Rural Schools to Compete with Urban Schools. Evidence from Developing Countries”

 The workshop is scheduled to take place on Friday, 7th October 2016 at UTAMU campus in Kiswa, Bugolobi from 10am -12pm in Lecture Room 1.

The presenter at the workshop is Mr Arinaitwe Gilbert, a part-time staff at UTAMU, in the School of Business and Management. He facilitates assigned Economics courses across various programmes. He concurrently lectures in faculties of education at Kyambogo University and Makerere University.

He has done research in education as part of his academic pursuits right from undergraduate qualifications. He has taught research methods and supervised several undergraduate research students in all universities he serves. 

Gilbert holds a Masters of Philosophy of Education from Norwegian Teacher Academy and a Bachelor of Arts concurrent with a Diploma in Education from Uganda Christian University. He is a prospective PhD (Education) student in Tasmania University.

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