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Chanco Radio offers literature lessons

Despite the largely negative effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is an undeniable fact that it has also given birth to some innovative endeavours among institutions and individuals. Chancellor College is no exception, with the college making several strides to continue offering its services amidst the pandemic. ­...

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Lecturers win SSRC COVID-19 grant

Th­e research profile of Chancellor College continues to grow as two female academics, Dr. Hendrina Kachapila (Department of History) and Dr Timwa Lipenga (Department of French), have been announced among the winners of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Rapid Response...

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Minister applauds campus COVID-19 fight

Minister of Education Agnes Nyalonje on 22nd September, 2020, applauded Chancellor College for the strides made in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The minister was on a tour to appreciate the level of preparedness of the college, which resumed Fourth year classes on 14th September this year. ...

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NCHE accredits Chanco programmes

In September, 2020, ­the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE), announced that various programmes at Chancellor College had finally been accredited, in pursuit of its Act which mandates the Council to ensure quality higher education in Malawi. NCHE had visited Chancellor College in October 2019 for accredi...

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Chanco engages nursing interns

Chancellor College has engaged nursing interns to assist in collecting Covid-19 related data as a way of in improving its efforts to positively and rapidly respond to any possible Covid-19 suspected cases among staff and students. These are nurses registered by the Nurses and midwives Council of Malawi, and are gradu...

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Talking COVID-19 and Mental Health

While the COVID-19 pandemic has claimed a lot of lives in Malawi and beyond, one thing that health workers have come to realize is that it is also taking a toll on mental health. A lot of individuals are facing a new level of mental stress as they try to cope with the pandemic. As...

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ERT training reveals e-Learning potential

In the week of 17 to 21 August 2020, academic staff at Chancellor College underwent training in Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT). This was a way in which the institution prepared for online teaching of students. At the time, since the physical opening of the college was still undetermined, Chancellor College managemen...

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Philosophy holds Ethics webinar

  One of the ways in which academic life has continued at Chancellor College is through the holding of virtual meetings, replacing the physical meetings that we have been used to. Departments are now able to hold webinars, where discussions on various issues progress with the...

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Protect Yourself and Your Community. Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

 Clean your hands often. Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth. Keep 6 feet away from others when possible. If you feel sick, stay home when you can. Listen for orders from your local government to stay home. Cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow. Learn more about C...

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PAS wins best ASSADPAM 2019 conference paper

Chancellor College continues to register enviable achievements in as afar as the academic prowess of its staff and students is concerned. In September last year, some members of the Political and Administrative Studies department won an award for a conference paper entitled “Public Administration Curriculum and...

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