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This report provides an overview of the events that took place in CHUSS in the academic year 2022/2023. The report is structured along the thematic areas outlined in the Makerere University Strategic plan especially the core functions of teaching and learning, research and innovations, outreach and knowledge transfer and partnerships.
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The College Leadership
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The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS) is one of the ten colleges of Makerere University and, one of the biggest in terms of her constituent units and students’ population. It consists of five schools, fifteen departments, two institutes and four centers.
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The Humanities and Social Sciences are some of the oldest sets of disciplines at Makerere University. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS) is made up of five schools:  (i) Psychology (SPY); (ii) Women and Gender Studies (SGWS); (iii) Social Sciences (SSS); (iv) Liberal and Performing Arts (SLPA); (v) Languages, Literature and Communications (SLLC);  with two institutes namely the Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) and the Confucius Institute. Centres are the Makerere Rotary Peace Centre, Center of Excellence for Research, Teaching and Learning, Center of Excellence on Notions of Identity, Centre for languages and communication services, and the ARUA centre. Affiliated institutes include: the Senior Command and Staff College Kimaka, the police Senior Command and Staff College Bwebajja, Uganda Military Academy Kabamba, Institute of Social Development Nsamizi and the National Defence College – Uganda (NDC-U).
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This report provides an overview of the events that took place in CHUSS in the academic year 2021/2022. The report is structured along the thematic areas outlined in the Makerere University strategic plan especially the core functions of Teaching and Learning, Research and Innovations, Outreach and Knowledge transfer and partnerships. Under teaching and Learning, the semester schedule was implemented including freshers’ orientation, teaching, examinations and graduation. The college presented the highest number of PhDs (22 out 100) during the 72nd Graduation ceremony. Among these, three of our staff received doctorates.
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College of Humanities and Social Sciences Annual Report 2020
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College of Humanities and Social Sciences Annual Report 2020
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The Official Makerere University Anthem
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This report highlights some of the projects and achievements registered in 2019 including the launch of the International Rotary Peace Centre at Makerere University, following the successful bidding process against worthy competitors on the African Continent namely; the Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Centre in Ghana and the University of Nairobi-African Leadership Centre. It also highlights the CHUSS projects that won grants in the first round of the Government-supported Makerere University Research and Innovations Fund (RIF), and several other grants extended to us by our development partners to among other things support PhD training and rethink the research and scholarship enterprise of the humanities and humanistic social sciences at Makerere University. We also share with you details of several other activities including the celebrations to mark 30 years of the Department of Journalism and Communication at Makerere University, the appointment of our staff to international bodies, the Annual CHUSS Symposium, seminars conducted by our staff in the course of the year as well as the publications produced. On behalf of all staff and students in the College, I extend our sincere gratitude to all the development partners for the generous contributions towards advancing the humanities and social sciences scholarship. The support has greatly expanded our research portfolio, consequently enabling us to contribute to efforts aimed at transforming Makerere into a research-led University. We are sincerely grateful to the Central Administration for the continued support towards improving the learning environment of our students. With the construction of the Central Teaching Facilities, space challenges have been minimized. As we strive to Build for the Future and transform humanity, we hope that 2020 will be a much better year with greater achievements
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College of Humanities and Social Sciences Annual Report 2018
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