The Board of the African Research Universities Alliance, made up of Vice Chancellors from member universities, held two days of annual meeting at University of Cape Town on 3-4 November 2022.
Stellenbosch University (SU) has announced awards to be conferred on five distinguished individuals in the 2022 graduation cycle. The award is the highest accolade of SU. Among the five recipients is Prof. Ernest Aryeetey, the founding secretary-general of the African Research Universities Alliance. (ARUA)
ARUA Secretary-General Professor Ernest Aryeetey has called on European researchers to help change the trend of research through research collaborations with African researchers that ensures research equity.
Joint Meeting of ARUA Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Centre of Excellence Directors takes place at University of Ghana
A meeting of ARUA Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Directors of Centres of Excellence has just ended at the University of Ghana.
University of Mauritius is making considerable effort to become a highly respected research-intensive university in the very near future. The effort is shown in the significant investment it is making in its research units in terms of equipment and capacity building.
Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, UCT Vice-Chancellor, has been awarded the inaugural Africa Education Medal. The award, made by T4 Education, recognizes her as “an outstanding individual who has demonstrated impact, leadership, and advocacy in the field of education”.
Professor Ernest Aryeetey, Secretary-General of ARUA paid a visit to University of Rwanda this morning, 6th September 2022, as part of his on-going tour of East African ARUA universities.
Addis Ababa University is experiencing very significant improvements in its research and publications profile.
The Senate of Makerere University accorded the ARUA Secretary-General, Professor Ernest Aryeetey, a very warm welcome when he visited Makerere last Friday, 2nd September, as part of his on-going tour of East African ARUA Universities.
The College of Information and Communication Technology at University of Dar es Salaam is developing one of a growing number of initiatives within the ARUA network to provide opportunities for young people to develop digital solutions to development challenges