Official ceremony of delivery of collection of more than 300 books from The Central Washington University Foundation, USA was held at Science Library, main campus of AMU on 29th March 2012.

Dr. Feleke Woldeyes, Academic Affairs Vice President of AMU, indicated in his opening speech that AMU recognizes his good hearted faculty members who express their sense of ownership through their commitment for the good of the university by whatever way they can. Prof. Upreti becomes one of such appreciable staff who took time to come up with this achievement, he added. He was in close contact with and fellow up to the effort made since the beginning.

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In line with Arba Minch University’s commitment to promote gender equality and the promotion of women to management and leadership positions, the university has been running series of training both for academic and support female staff.   In thisfour days training, onWomen Empowerment and leadership. The first two days of the training targeted female academic staff and the other two the support staff.  A total of 51 women: 21 academic staff and 30 support staff attended the four day training. The training was delivered by SelomeTaddesse, Director of Emerge consultancy and training.