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AMU has become a member of The International Universities Search and Rescue Council

Friday, 13 July 2012 10:51

Arba Minch University becomes member of the international Universities Search and Rescue Council.

The signing ceremony held at Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, 30 different international universities of 20 countries became the founder member and signed the document on 24th April, 2012.

Prof.Dr. B.N. Upreti, Nepali expatriate academic staff, who is working in Arba Minch University as professor in the Department of Geology, has signed the document on behalf of Arba Minch University.

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Graduation Ceremony

Friday, 13 July 2012 10:47

Graduation Ceremony of 2160 Students from both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes was held at Arba Minch University, Main Campus on June 30, 2012.The graduates are from the institute of Technology and the five colleges of the University. The female students constitute more than 22% of the graduates, 475 out of 2160.

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Call For Proposal (MSc Research Grant)

Wednesday, 11 July 2012 18:44


The Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network (HoA-REC/N) through its STRONGBOW (Sustainable TouRism based On Natural resource Management with Gender Balance towards Women) project is calling for quality research proposals. STRONGBOW Project is the Netherlands initiative to build institutional capacity in Natural Resources Management, Tourism and Ecotourism, a Nuffic funded project led by the Horn of Africa Regional Environmental Centre (HoAREC/N) of Addis Ababa University on behalf of the Ethiopian consortium.

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Wednesday, 09 May 2012 11:51

Official ceremony of delivery of collection of more than 300 books from The Central Washington University Foundation, USA was held at Science Library, main campus of AMU on 29th March 2012.

Dr. Feleke Woldeyes, Academic Affairs Vice President of AMU, indicated in his opening speech that AMU recognizes his good hearted faculty members who express their sense of ownership through their commitment for the good of the university by whatever way they can. Prof. Upreti becomes one of such appreciable staff who took time to come up with this achievement, he added. He was in close contact with and fellow up to the effort made since the beginning.



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