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Our Vice Chancellor Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga launches the i-Mask campaign

Our Vice Chancellor Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga launches the i-Mask campaign

Today I launched the i-Mask campaign whose goal is to strengthen CIU’s readiness for the reopening of the university on September 28th with the finalist students. Successful adherence to Covid-19 guidelines requires dedicated behavior change modification. In the coming days it is imperative that we demonstrate collective leadership in sustainably observing the Covid-19 safety measures. Join me therefore in demonstrating our motto (to lead) through the practical wearing of masks at all times. Join the CIU i-Mask campaign. Spread the word. Keep our community safe #CIUiMask

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Bishop. Dr. D Zac Niringiye visits CIU main campus

Bishop. Dr. D Zac Niringiye visits CIU main campus

"I can sum up my visit with three words. 1)Milestone 2)Vision 3)Imagination. I am honored to experience something of the future and to be apart of the redefinition of space and its transformation. I congratulate Dr. Ian and the CIU administration on its commitment to the vision. Only dreamers can accomplish what CIU has accomplished in such a short time. The possibilities are endless at this point. Keep dreaming. Keep imagining. "
These were the remarks made by Bishop.Dr.D Zac Niringiye on the 11/09/2020, as he visited CIU's new campus in Muyenga for the first time. He was accompanied by Dr.Moses Galukande, the chair of the University council, Dr.Ian Clarke the promoter and Dr.Rose Clarke Nanyonga, the Vice Chancellor of the University.
Dr.D.Zac Niringiye is a retired Assistant Bishop of the Diocese of Kampala, Church of Uganda, and Clarke International University's Chancellor.

National Council for Higher Education(NCHE) visit our New Home

National Council for Higher Education(NCHE) visit our New Home

As we celebrate the new month of September, we also celebrate yet another milestone for Clarke International University. On Monday 31st/08/2020, we were honoured to host two groups of representatives from the National Council for Higher Education(NCHE).
The first group of representatives came to assess our readiness for the Open Distance and E-learning(ODEL) recommendations by NCHE; While the second group of representatives was an inspection team of engineers from both NCHE and the Ministry of Works. They inspected our new home, to ensure that it meets the structural capacity indicators.
This is such a great accomplishment for CIU. We have been working on our home for a couple of years and it is great to finally see it come to life. We thank our promoter Dr. Ian Clarke, our Vice Chancellor Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga, the entire Management team, teaching faculty, administrators, support stuff, students and alumni, for making this dream a reality. We look forward to welcoming you all to our new home when it is safe.
#CIU#newhome#Lead#Innovate#Transform
Virtual graduation with CIU pioneer group

Virtual graduation with CIU pioneer group

Innovative interventions that foster mental health well-being during and after COVID-19 are a critical priority to enhance coping strategies and sustain mental health well-being for many people. More importantly, we need providers who are well trained and accessible. Our new partnership with Tutapona allows us to offer a training solution for providers who are seeking to enhance their skills to provide trauma-informed care. We had a virtual graduation this morning with our pioneer group. We invite candidates for our next intake in October. Read more about the program here. https://ciu.ac.ug/…/Tutapona-s-Certificate-in-Trauma-and-Ad…