In order to avoid possible inconvenience to the near and dears, friends and well-wishers of the graduating students during Graduation Ceremony to be held at Abaya Campus on 27th June 2015, Arba Minch University has made the special arrangement of live telecast of the ceremony via YouTube and Digital signage screens installed at all campuses.

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.

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.

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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.