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The winners of the 2018 UTAMUHacks Hackathon after receiving the award of Ugx 1.5m from the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Benon Basheka (center) at UTAMU Campus in Bugolobi

The winners of the 2018 UTAMUHacks Hackathon after receiving the award of Ugx 1.5m from the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Benon Basheka (center) at UTAMU Campus in Bugolobi

The winners of the 2018 UTAMUHacks Hackathon after receiving the award of Ugx 1.5m from the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Benon Basheka (center) at UTAMU Campus in Bugolobi

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The students who participated at the 2018 UTAMUHacks which was organised in partnership with Uganda Communications Communication (UCC).

The students who participated at the 2018 UTAMUHacks which was organised in partnership with Uganda Communications Communication (UCC).

The students who participated at the 2018 UTAMUHacks which was organised in partnership with Uganda Communications Communication (UCC).

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Prof. Benon Basheka (2nd left) handing over the certification of participation and award to one of the winners of the 2018 UTAMUHacks Hackathon.

Prof. Benon Basheka (2nd left) handing over the certification of participation and award to one of the winners of the 2018 UTAMUHacks Hackathon.

Prof. Benon Basheka (2nd left) handing over the certification of participation and award to one of the winners of the 2018 UTAMUHacks Hackathon.

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ICTM18 participants pose for group photo at the International Conference on Technology and Management held in Kampala.

ICTM18 participants pose for group photo at the International Conference on Technology and Management held in Kampala.

ICTM18 participants pose for group photo at the International Conference on Technology and Management held in Kampala.

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Winners of the UTAMUHacks Hackathon. They developed a can that helps in hatching larvae rich in protein and vitamin that is necessary in poultry and fish farming.

Winners of the UTAMUHacks Hackathon. They developed a can that helps in hatching larvae rich in protein and vitamin that is necessary in poultry and fish farming.

Winners of the UTAMUHacks Hackathon. They developed a can that helps in hatching larvae rich in protein and vitamin that is necessary in poultry and fish farming.

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UTAMU DVC and Rotaract Club Patron, Prof. Jude Lubega congratulating the new RUTAMU President Ms. Diana Nanyonjo at the Installation Ceremony held at Hotel African on 21st June 2018.

UTAMU DVC and Rotaract Club Patron, Prof. Jude Lubega congratulating the new RUTAMU President Ms. Diana Nanyonjo at the Installation Ceremony held at Hotel African on 21st June 2018.

UTAMU DVC and Rotaract Club Patron, Prof. Jude Lubega congratulating the new RUTAMU President Ms. Diana Nanyonjo at the Installation Ceremony held at Hotel African on 21st June 2018.

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UTAMU Council, Management, staff members and invited guests take a group photo with the university chancellor H.E Hon Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka

UTAMU Council, Management, staff members and invited guests take a group photo with the university chancellor H.E Hon Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka

UTAMU Council, Management, staff members and invited guests take a group photo with the university chancellor H.E Hon Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka

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L-R; Dr. Doris Kakuru (Dean SBM), Ms. Ronah Arinanye (Senior Human Resource Officer), Prof. Benon Basheka (Vice Chancellor), Prof. Jude Lubega (Deputy Vice Chancellor) and Mr. Baker SSekitto (Senior Accountant).

L-R; Dr. Doris Kakuru (Dean SBM), Ms. Ronah Arinanye (Senior Human Resource Officer), Prof. Benon Basheka (Vice Chancellor), Prof. Jude Lubega (Deputy Vice Chancellor) and Mr. Baker SSekitto (Senior Accountant).

L-R; Dr. Doris Kakuru (Dean SBM), Ms. Ronah Arinanye (Senior Human Resource Officer), Prof. Benon Basheka (Vice Chancellor), Prof. Jude Lubega (Deputy Vice Chancellor) and Mr. Baker SSekitto (Senior Accountant).

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UTAMU Graduates 284 Students at its 3rd Graduation Ceremony

UTAMU Graduates 284 Students at its 3rd Graduation Ceremony

UTAMU Graduates 284 Students at its 3rd Graduation Ceremony

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H.E. Hon. Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka addresses the congregation at UTAMU's 3rd Graduation Ceremony

H.E. Hon. Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka addresses the congregation at UTAMU's 3rd Graduation Ceremony

H.E. Hon. Dr. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka addresses the congregation at UTAMU's 3rd Graduation Ceremony

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Prof. Basheka addresses the congregation at UTAMU's 3rd Graduation Ceremony

Prof. Basheka addresses the congregation at UTAMU's 3rd Graduation Ceremony

Prof. Basheka addresses the congregation at UTAMU's 3rd Graduation Ceremony

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L-R: Hon. Moses Wetangula, Kenya's Senate Minority Leader, H.E Hon. Dr. Kalonzo Musyoka, UTAMU Chancellor and former Vice President of Kenya, Prof. Jude Lubega, Deputy Vice Chancellor UTAMU and H.E Rtd Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Okanya, Kenyan Ambassador to Uganda.

L-R: Hon. Moses Wetangula, Kenya's Senate Minority Leader, H.E Hon. Dr. Kalonzo Musyoka, UTAMU Chancellor and former Vice President of Kenya, Prof. Jude Lubega, Deputy Vice Chancellor UTAMU and H.E Rtd Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Okanya, Kenyan Ambassador to Uganda.

L-R: Hon. Moses Wetangula, Kenya's Senate Minority Leader, H.E Hon. Dr. Kalonzo Musyoka, UTAMU Chancellor and former Vice President of Kenya, Prof. Jude Lubega, Deputy Vice Chancellor UTAMU and H.E Rtd Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Okanya, Kenyan Ambassador to Uganda.

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