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Kyambogo gets acting Vice ChancellorPublish Date: Jan 09, 2014
Kyambogo gets acting Vice Chancellor
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By Innocent Anguyo

Kyambogo University council has appointed Prof Fabian Nabugomu as the acting Vice Chancellor (VC) of Uganda’s second biggest public university.

Nabugomu is Kyambogo’s Vice Chancellor in charge of Finance and Administration (also known as First Deputy VC).

The appointment of Nabugomu comes to effect on January 12 2014, a day after the expiry of the contract of VC Prof Isaiah Ndiege Omolo.

Nabugomu served as assistant Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology at Uganda Christian University (UCU) between 2006 and 2012.

He was the deputy Director of the Presidential Initiative for Banana Industrialization (PIBID) project from 2005-2006.

He headed the Mathematics Department at Makerere University between 1999 and 2005. In the same period, he was a senior lecturer until 1996 when he left for UCU.

 

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