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14th Symposium on Sustainable Water Resources Development

Arba Minch University Institute of Technology has extended the deadline for submission of abstract/paper for the “14th Symposium on Sustainable Water Resources Development” to 30th of May 2014. For more; you can also directly send your paper/abstract to this email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Enthusiasm marks 8th anniversary celebration of Dept. of Geology

Geology is a science that plays a crucial role in the development of a country like Ethiopia. Though, we have good resources, but, we need skilled manpower which can explore and exploit the resources systematically; and young geologists are responsible for that, Academic Affairs Vice President, Dr Agena Anjulo said.

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Research out-puts must be used for community’s welfare: Dr Agena

Despite Ethiopia’s climatic conditions favoring horticultural crops including fruits and vegetables of temperate, tropical and sub-tropical origin, yet annually we could grow 2 million tones of fruits and vegetables from 12,000 hectares of land, which is insignificant, rued Academic Affairs Vice President, Dr Agena Anjulo.

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AEEP Project: AMU team undergoes six-week training in Germany

Under ongoing Applied Entrepreneurship Education Program (AEEP), the partnering institution - Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) has conducted eight workshops and trainings for the visiting AMU lecturers and a project coordinator at City of Ulm and Neu-Ulm, Germany from 14th March to 9th May, 2014. AEEP project is funded by Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) - German Academic Exchange Service.

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Dept of Economics reviews MA in Development Economics’ curriculum

College of Business & Economics’ Department of Economics has conducted an internal review workshop on one of its two new Post-Graduate programs to be launched in the next academic year – ‘MA in Development Economics’ at Lecture Theatre, Main Campus on 25th June, 2014. MSc in Agricultural Economics is the second program department is contemplating to introduce. 

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