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Chanco renovates satellite campus in Mzuzu

As a way of countering this limitation, Chancellor College embarked on site identification for its ODL/E-learning programs in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu mid-2014. As a way of assisting the college, the Ministry of Labour and Manpower Development offered Mzuzu Trade Testing Centre Located in Luwinga industrial area on rental basis.  ...

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Celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year at Chanco

On 4th February, to celebrate the dawn of the Chinese Lunar New Year (also known as the Spring Festival) and the forthcoming establishment of the Confucius Institute, a small function was orga...

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Dr Chomora Mikeka elected Secretary General of AFRA-NEST

The Africa Network for Nuclear Education, Science and Technology (AFRA-NEST) is an organization of scientists that aims to foster sustainable human resource development and nuclear knowledge management to satisfy the needs of African countries with/without higher education in the priority areas on non-power and...

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Law faculty hosts disability rights conference

Present at the conference were representatives of Disabled People’s Organizations in Malawi which are affiliated to the Federation of Disabled People’s Organization in Malawi (FEDOMA), representatives of education institutions such as the Polytechnic, Stella Maris Girls Secondary School and Mountain View ...

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World Bank launches Malawi Economic Monitor at Chancellor College

The Monitor provides an analysis of economic and structural development issues in Malawi. It is aimed at fostering better informed policy analysis and debate regarding the key challenges that Malawi faces in the endeavor to achieve high rates of inclusive and sustaina...

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Chikasamba presents at 9th UNESCO Youth Forum

The conference offered a great opportunity for young people from all walks of life to engage each other on global issues, challenges affecting the world, and also share ideas on how best we can shape the world for sustainable change and development. Among other issues, there were discussions centered on issues of climate change, educatio...

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Faculty of Humanities holds 2015 Conference

During the opening ceremony of the conference, the Keynote Speaker, Professor Mpalive Hangson Msiska, emphasized the need for scholars in the Humanities to ‘semiotize’ or ‘signify’ themselves, so that their work decolonizes or dethrones ideas that have become dominant in society. He also insisted that the Humanities have ...

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Humanities Students impress at conference

The presentations made by students were truly testament to the excellence of teaching to be found at Chancellor College. The presentations touched on a number of issues, including in-depth literary analyses, reports of eco-critical activism, and impassioned dissections and defenses of the humanities. The undergraduate students included T...

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Short course in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and Ecosystem Functions for Water Professionals and Technicians

The Faculty of Science in collaboration with the Faculty of Social Sciences, conducted a short course a short course in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and Ecosystem Functions for Water Professionals and Technicians for the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development from 14 to 18 September 2015 at Chancellor College w...

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Chanco staff attend WaterNet conference

This year’s WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP-SA symposium for water professionals was held in Mauritius from 27-29 October, attracting over 300 international delegates. Some academic staff members from Chancellor College, namely, Prof W. Mulwafu, Assoc. Professors C. Ngongondo, M. Monjerezi and S. Sajidu, Dr C. Mhango and Mrs M. Joshua attended the con...

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