The 12-year-old University Science Humanities & Engineering Partnerships in Africa (USHEPiA) programme toasted its three latest doctoral graduates last week. That brings the total number of PhD graduates to have come through USHEPiA to 41. The newest additions are Dr Joseph Mulema and Dr Betty Owor, who both hail from Uganda, and Dr Isabella Wachira of the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Mulema and Owor (in picture with UCT's USHEPiA manager, Nan Warner, centre) did their doctoral work in UCT's Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, while Wachira was based in the Department of Construction Economics and Management.
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