University News

Ebenezer: First publication in two years

This is the souvenir copy of the UCU 23rd graduation newspaper that our graduates took home on Friday, July 29, 2022. 
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07
Oct

UCU partners with German-based universities on renewable energy and more

We live in a time where the ecosystem is under daily attack; being sacrificed on the altar of development/industrialization, and needs a "saviour".
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06
Oct

UCU Cardinals beat Nkumba 2-0, qualify for Semis

The Cardinals went ahead through David Mbalaga to net a penalty that sent the Nkumba goalkeeper stretching like rubber to no avail.
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29
Sep

COVID-19 and the Media in Sub-Saharan Africa: Media viability, Framing and Health Communication

COVID-19 and the Media in Sub-Saharan Africa is among the first books uniting scholars to examine media viability, framing and health crisis communication connected to the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa.
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24
Sep

Tanzania: A pictorial from VC, DVC AA… visit to TZ

In order to boost collaboration, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, and the Deputy Vice Chancellor (DVC) Finance and Administration, Mr. David Mugawe, met with the DVC Academic Affairs, Prof. Ismael Mbisa, and the DVC for Administration, Prof. Faustin Mahali of Tumaini University Makumira in Arusha, Tanzania.
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24
Sep

Of UCU (September 25) Sunday

It is that time of the year, again, when representatives of Uganda Christian University (UCU), take time off to spread the gospel about the institution. Named the UCU Sunday, the day, celebrated every last Sunday of September, was set aside by the House of Bishops of the Church of Uganda,...
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23
Sep

School of Business becomes UCU’s 4th professional group

The Uganda Christian University (UCU) School of Business (SoB) has become the fourth of UCU’s 11 schools/faculties to have a formalized professional group for all its programs. For the SoB, it’s called a “society.”
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19
Sep

UCU Vice Chancellor meets with Uganda High Commissioner to TZ

Uganda’s High Commissioner to the United Republic of Tanzania, His Excellency Col. (Rtd.) Fred Mwesigye, met today with the Vice Chancellor of Uganda Christian University (UCU), Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, who paid a courtesy call on him in Dar es Salaam.
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07
Sep

How conspiracy beliefs affect COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy

The researchers are aware that in countries like Uganda with a population highly characterized by low education and poor access to information, beliefs in conspiracy theories and impact are expected to be high.
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