ARUA Secretary-General Professor Ernest Aryeetey this weekend was conferred with an honorary Doctor of Science degree by the University of Health and Allied Sciences for his “immense contribution to education, research and institutional development.” The conferment took place during the University’s Congregation ceremony.
The African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) in December 2021 commissioned a study to provide a baseline understanding of the current nature, structure, and process of doctoral training at the alliance’s 16 member universities.
At its meeting held this morning, the ARUA Executive Committee admitted University of Cape Coast, Ghana, to full membership of ARUA.
Call for Expression of Interest – Position: Secretary General, African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA)
ARUA is searching for its next Secretary General/CEO, who is expected to take over management of the Alliance with effect from 1st August 2024.
Professor Ernest Aryeetey, ARUA Secretary-General, has received an honorary degree from the University of Ghana.
ARUA (African Research Universities Alliance) and U21 are launching a new funding opportunity, to mark the beginning of a wider network-to-network partnership.
African Presences: Envisioning Africa in Text and Deed
The ARUA CoE in Notions of Identity is accepting abstracts for its hybrid International Conference on the theme: “African Identit(ies): Being, Becoming and Belonging in an age of Cosmopolitanization”. The conference will be held from 13th – 15th September 2023 at the Yusuf Lule Central Teaching Facility, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.
In conjunction with The African Materials Research Society, African Research Universities Alliance’ Centre of Excellence – Materials, Energy and Nanotechnology invites you to send an abstract of up to 300 words for their online Mini Conference taking place online Mini on Zoom at 09:00 am, on the 17th May 2023 (All times are in GMT +2 or South African Time Zone) under the Theme: “ENERGY SOLUTIONS FOR AFRICA”.