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Final Graduation Booklet

The University Senate at the Continuation of the 161st meeting held on 16th May 2018, agreed to follow the academic Timelines below leading to the 69th Graduation Cereminy in January 2019

Date: 
Friday, November 30, 2018 - 15:00
Event Venue: 
Makerere University
College/School: 
Contact Information: 
Academic Registrar

Display of Graduation Lists

The University Senate at the Continuation of the 161st meeting held on 16th May 2018, agreed to follow the academic Timelines below leading to the 69th Graduation Cereminy in January 2019

Date: 
Monday, September 17, 2018 - 08:30 to Friday, September 28, 2018 - 17:00
Event Venue: 
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College/School: 
Contact Information: 
College Registrar

College Board Meetings

The University Senate at the Continuation of the 161st meeting held on 16th May 2018, agreed to follow the academic Timelines below leading to the 69th Graduation Cereminy in January 2019

Date: 
Monday, August 27, 2018 - 08:30 to Friday, September 14, 2018 - 17:00
Event Venue: 
CHUSS Resource Center
College/School: 
Contact Information: 
College Registrar

End of External Examination

The University Senate at the Continuation of the 161st meeting held on 16th May 2018, agreed to follow the academic Timelines below leading to the 69th Graduation Cereminy in January 2019

External Examination (10 Weeks)

19th MAY -  28th July 2018 

Date: 
Saturday, July 28, 2018 - 23:00
Event Venue: 
Makerere University
College/School: 
Contact Information: 
Academic Registrar

Invitation to 2nd CHUSS seminar

This is to invite you to the second CHUSS seminar scheduled to take place on 27th April, 2018.

Presenter:    Dr. Virginie Tallio, Research Fellow, Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)

Topic:   Public Health and State Building in Post-War Context. The use of Vaccination Policies in the Huambo Province (Angola)

Dr Virginie Tallio explores how public health policies are used by the State to (re)gain legitimacy, taking the example of vaccination policies in Angola.

Angola was torn by a civil war for more than thirty years and the government has deployed diverse strategies to reconquer the country, understood both as territory and population. Dr Tallio analyzes how vaccination programs have been successful in that respect. Four non-medical purposes of vaccination policies, respectively to map the territory, to regulate the nurse, to create and discipline motherhood, and to integrate the Angolan health system into the global one, are emphasized in order to understand the processes leading to an embodiment of the Nation.

This seminar transcends Gender studies, Post-conflicts studies, and Medical anthropology.

Date: 
Friday, April 27, 2018 - 02:00
Event Venue: 
Conference Hall, School of Women and Gender Studies
College/School: 
Contact Information: 
Dr Sarah Ssali, Dean School of Women and Gender Studies, Coordinator CHUSS Lunchtime Seminar Series/ Email: sssali@chuss.mak.ac.ug

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