Tuesday, 23 June 2015 08:53
The symposium, ‘Science for Sustainable Development,’ generated much-needed synergy as participants from 25 universities intensely deliberated upon the importance of science from 19th to 20th June 2015 at new auditorium, Main Campus.
This two-day symposium was jointly organized by AMU’s three colleges, College of Natural Sciences, Agricultural Sciences and Medicine and Health Sciences purported to create a forum for exchange and discussion on sustainable development through science between scientists and researchers. Click here to see Pictures.
Friday, 19 June 2015 09:50
To address the key environmental issues of land degradation and denudation of forest at Mirab Abaya, AMU’s Community Service Directorate has recently signed a yearlong Memorandum of Understanding with Gamo Gofa Zone Agricultural office at university Main Campus.
University President, Dr Feleke Woldeyes, signing the agreement, said, ‘‘this step is a way forward that shows AMU’s commitment to serve the community and concern for environment protection. Click here to see Pictures.
Tuesday, 16 June 2015 17:35
The aim of this symposium series is to create a forum for exchange and discussion on sustainable development though science between scientists and researchers from different fields of Science: Agriculture, Natural Sciences, and Medicine and Health sciences.
Friday, 12 June 2015 16:14
Arba Minch University will be conducting its 27th Convocation at Abaya Campus-based new Assembly Hall on 27th June 2015, from 8 am onwards, in the presence of various dignitaries, university top officials, academic, admin, support staff and relatives of the graduating students.
Thursday, 11 June 2015 09:30
Arba Minch University has signed four construction project agreements worth ETB 70.49 Million with Arba Minch-based Anjulo Arshe Building Construction Company at President’s office, New Management Builidng on 20th May, 2015. All projects are slated to be completed in a year.
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