Building Bridges: Professor Davison Mupinga Visits UniK for Potential Collaborations

Dr. Davison Mupinga

When it comes to academic success, collaboration is key. Whether it's through joint research projects or exchanging knowledge and ideas, working together can lead to groundbreaking discoveries and academic advancements. Professor Davison Mupinga is at University of Kisubi for an important cause for an opportunity to build bridges and explore possible future collaborations between University of Kisubi and KENT State University – Ohio, USA for the period between 11th March, 2023 to 2nd April, 2023.

During the visit, Professor Davison Mupinga had the chance to meet with faculty members, researchers, and students from various departments in Faculty of Education, Fashion and Design Department, and Faculty of Health Sciences. He is impressed by the university's research capabilities and its commitment to excellence in education. Professor Davison Mupinga also had the opportunity to share his own research and ideas, which sparked engaging discussions and brainstorming sessions with hosting fellow Dr. Denis Katusiime Faculty of Education.

One highlight of the visit is to develop a workforce Education and Development Graduate Program. This in under the Carnergie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CCADFP). This visit provides an excellent platform for networking and exchanging ideas. Professor Davison Mupinga is particularly impressed by the passion and dedication of UniK, and he saw the potential for exciting collaborations in the future.

Another important aspect of the visit is the opportunity to tour the university's research facilities and labs. Professor Davison Mupinga is amazed by the state-of-the-art equipment and the resources available to researchers at UniK. He saw potential for collaboration on a range of projects, from biomedical research to artificial intelligence and beyond. The visit is just the first step in what could be a long and fruitful partnership, with exciting research opportunities and the potential to advance academic knowledge in a range of fields.

In conclusion, collaborations between UniK and KENT State University will lead to groundbreaking discoveries and advancements in academic knowledge. Professor Davison's visit to University of Kisubi is an important step in building bridges and exploring possible future collaborations between the two institutions. We look forward to seeing what the future holds for this exciting partnership.