Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons to fill the following positions in the University of Zambia.
UNZA STRENGTHENS PARTNERSHIPS WITH 2 UNITED STATES VARSITIES
UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba (4th from left) with President and Dean of Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice (4th from right) and President and Chief Executive Officer of Meharry Medical College, Dr. James E. K. Hildreth (3rd from left) pose for a group photo with Dean, UNZA School of Health Sciences, Prof. Esther Munalula-Nkandu (left), Dean, Meharry Medical College School of Graduate Studies and Research and Interim Vice President for Research and Innovation, Dr. Maria F. Lima (2nd from left), Morehouse School of Medicine Vice President and Executive Vice Dean, Dr Sandra Harris-Hooker (2nd from right), UNZA International Link Manager, Mrs Patricia Sakala (3rd from right) and UNZA Public Relations and International Liaison Manager, Damaseke Chibale (right) in the Senate Chamber.
The University of Zambia (UNZA) Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Evuta Mumba, says the University desires to develop and strengthen its strategic international collaborations with other universities in order to create a unique student experience and faculty exchange programmes. He said this when he received visiting dons from the Meharry Medical College and Morehouse School of Medicine from the United States of America on Monday, 24th April 2017 in the Senate Chamber.
UNZA, HUAWEI DEAL WINS GOVERNMENT KUDOS
Director of Planning and Information of Ministry of Education, Dr Felix Phiri who represented the Secreatry to Cabinet, Dr Roland Msiska (2nd left), UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba (left), Huawei Country Managing Director, Thomas Hu (right) and Chinese Economic and Commercial Counselor, Mr Ouyang Daobing (2nd right) pose for a picture with a dummy cheque during the signing ceremony of the UNZA - Huawei Agreement and commisioning of the UNZA-Huawei Authorized Network Academy and Practice Centre.
Government’s vision to create more jobs for local people through initiatives that build a strong economy anchored on the Smart Zambia transformation agenda by adopting new technologies. Secretary to the Cabinet, Dr Roland Msiska said in his speech read on his behalf by Director of Planning and Information in the Ministry of Education, Dr Felix Phiri, during the signing of an agreement between the University of Zambia (UNZA) and Huawei Technology Limited and commissioning of the UNZA-Huawei Authorized Network Academy and Practice Centre on Thursday, 13th April 2017 at the Great East Road campus.
UNZA & JILIN AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY STRIKE DEAL
UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba (middle), Jilin Agricultural University Vice President, Prof. Yuejie Zhang (next to Prof. Mumba) and UNZA Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof. Enala Tembo-Mwase (3rd from right) pose for a group photo with delegates from Jilin Agricultural University and UNZA staff.
The University of Zambia (UNZA) Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba, has expressed enthusiasm over the collaboration between Jilin Agricultural University (JAU) and the UNZA to set up the Agricultural Technology Demonstration Centre (ATDC) at the UNZA’s Liempe Farm.
UNZA VC ADDRESSES MEMBERS OF THE PRESS
The University of Zambia Vice Chancelllor, Prof. Luke Evuta Mumba, addresses members of the Press (not in picture) on a number of key issues affecting the operations of the University today, Wednesday, 5th April 2017 in the Senate Chamber at the Great East Road campus. He is flanked by UNZA Registrar, Mr Sitali Wamundila (right) and UNZA Dean, Student Affairs, Mr Lastone Zgambo (left). Please read the full statement below.
ASTRIA Learning Donates to UNZA Relations & Advancement
Astria Learning Chief Executive, Dr Jeff Bordes (2nd from left), presents a dummy cheque to UNZA Alumni Relations & Advancement Board Chairperson, Dr Tukiya Kankasa-Mabula (2nd from right) while UNZA Vice Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba (right) and UNZA Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof. Enala Tembo-Mwase (left) gives support.
The University of Zambia Alumni Relations and Advancement is pleased to announce receipt of an annual endowment towards the Scholarship fund of K100,000 (One Hundred Thousand Kwacha).