AMU has hosted 17th International symposium on ‘Sustainable Water Resource Development,’ at Main Campus from 23-24 June, 2017, wherein researchers from across globe tested waters to deliberate strategies to tackle this crucial challenge confronting Ethiopian landscape. Click here to see the pictures.

Dr Azage Tegegne is convivial, but his gravitas can put you on edge to grab his effortless words indicative of significant import and his recent interview can vouchsafe for his intellect that could easily turn an informal chat on livestock scenario into an eye-opening proposition for many!

Arba Minch University’s newly constituted Management Board comprised of eight members is likely to take over the reins from the out-going members on 7th July, 2017. The erstwhile Board deserved plaudits for it has contributed immensely to put AMU into the orbit of excellence, said University President, Dr Damtew Darza.

College of Medicine and Health Sciences in order to help its graduating students acquire hands-on experience on community service has organized 45-day in-field training beginning from 1st June to 15th July 2017, at eight woredas; 183 students and 31 instructors participated in it. Click here to see the pictures.

The startling array of research findings emanating from key limnological variables, historical data and field measurements indicate that indiscriminate ecological changes are pushing both lakes, Abaya and Chamo, on the brink of total jeopardy, if intervention at policy level isn’t taken!