CHUSS holds Graduate Research Workshop


As part of the measures to check the progress of graduate students and help them improve their research, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS) holds periodical workshops at which students present their work.

On Friday,13th November 2020, the College held a workshop at which the PhD students sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Gerda Henkel Stiftung presented their progress reports. The students namely; Nicholas Tunanukye, Longbaam Alli Gloria Naantoe, Akampurira Patience, Namukasa Jacqueline, Cheromoi Clare, Semulende Robert, Aturinde Emmanuel, Ngonela Auchi Samuel, Helina Befekadu Bekele, John Baptist Imokola, Bazilio Kamya, Anne Jepkemboi, Nixon Wamamela, Agatha Tumwine, Richard Balikowa, Lynda Nakalawa, Antwiwaa Stella and Nansikombi Proscovia are researching on a broad range of issues including; conflict management, corruption, media management, colonial and post-colonial education policies, gender-based violence, women’s participation in politics and peace operations, Christianity and politics, peace building and constitutional democracy.

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