VC's Diary

UNDP to Partner with Kabale University on Tourism and Business Incubation Hub

The Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Uganda Ms. Elsie Attafuah visited Kabale University on Tuesday 31st May 2022 with a UNDP team. She held a meeting with the members of University Management. The guests were received by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Joy Kwesiga at her office. Prof. Joy C Kwesiga (Vice-Chancellor...

Kabale University to host Symposium in the Water and Environment week

The Ministry of Water and Environment is crowning a weeklong of activities to celebrate the water and Environment week in Western Uganda at Kabale University. The University shall host a series of activities starting with a symposium and mini-exhibition on Thursday 17th of March 2022. The symposium that will stream live starting at 9.00...

Kabale University Hosts Guests from ABSA Bank

Today, Kabale University hosted a team of visitors from the ABSA bank Head Office and Kabale Branch. The team was led by the ABSA Kabale bank branch Manager Mr. Nicholas Turyamuhaki. They were received by the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Joy Kwesiga at her office. She welcomed them to Kabale and in particular at Kabale University....

Vice Chancellor’s Christmas Message

I hope this Christmas season will take you closer to all those that you desire in your heart. Wishing you and your family good health, never-ending happiness, peace, and prosperity this Christmas and in the coming years. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Prof. Joy C Kwesiga (Vice-Chancellor for Kabale University)

African Universities Must Be Self Reliant – Prof. Joy C Kwesiga

Prof Joy Constance Kwesiga, the Kabale University Vice Chancellor has called on universities in Africa to start developing their own potential in research and stop depending on foreign universities. Prof Kwesiga made the call on Tuesday at the launch of the Interdisciplinary Research Journal, which is hoped to create an international image for Kabale...

Manzi Tumubweinee: The passing of a noble citizen. By Prof. Joy C Kwesiga

Because Manzi was good natured, a good listener and able to exude empathy, he was able to quickly build rapport with staff and students of Kabale University. Manzi Tumubweinee passed away on June 11, 2021.  It was a great shock to many and a great loss, judging by the many tributes expressed in the social...