Educational quality in developing countries by Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg, Germany
The second semester of the Master’s program „Educational quality in developing countries“, was held at the Protestant Institute of Arts and Social Sciences (PIASS) in Butare, Rwanda from March 1-29.
All 20 students from Ghana, Cameroon, Madagascar, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda arrived in Butare on March 1st to start their second semester. Having passed the first semester at Otto-Friedrich University in Bamberg in October 2013, all 20 students were admitted to the second semester. While the first semester in Bamberg saw the introduction to different aspects of educational quality (Education and Normativity I and II, Theories of educational Quality I, and Measuring and Documentation I), the second semester followed up on these topics, adding the aspect of developing quality.
PIASS : THE ASSOCIATION OF THE ALUMINI
INSTALLATION OF THE FIRST CHANCELLOR OF PIASS
On March 7, 2014 Rev Dr André Karamaga was installed as PIASS first Chancellor. This was in order to comply with the Rwandan government Law N° 27/2013 of 24/05/2013. So the Protestant Institute of Arts and Social Sciences (PIASS) installed its first Chancellor, whose role is largely ceremonial like presiding at graduation ceremonies and other events.
International Conference on Theology and the Eradication of Poverty
PUBLIC CONFERENCE ON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN RWANDA
This conference organised jointly with the Rwanda Environment Management Authority [REMA] on Friday, February 07,2014 and received two speakers, the Deputy General Manager of REMA, Ir Collete Ruhamya and Dr Micho, a Japanese scholar formerly teacher at PIASS and presently consultant with UN Environment agency in Rwanda.
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