News

2017.12.15 | Workshop

Editorial board meeting and workshop

An editorial board meeting and workshop organized by Maseno University was held at Kisumu Hotel on 8-12 December 2017.

2017.01.18 | Conference

The final MAGAART conference

A very succesful interdisciplinary conference was held at the Nagarkot Hillside Village Resort in Nepal from 6-7 December 2016.

2016.11.17 | Grants

New extension of MAGAART

The project will continue throughout 2017 with a focus on consolidation.

2016.07.07 | Calls

Call for Papers - SDR conference

As the MAGAART project draws to an end researchers from the six involved universities are invited to participate in a conference in Nepal in December 2016 to explore themes within Stability, Democracy and Rights.

2016.01.05 | Knowledge exchange

Succesful SDR seminar conducted in Kenya

From 7-8 December 2015 Maseno University (MSU) hosted a wrap-up seminar on the research theme Stability, Democracy and Rights, which has been the MAGAART project’s academic focal point since the closure of Building Stronger Universities Phase I.

2016.01.04 | Grants

MAGAART continues in 2016

A no-cost extension of MAGAART has been approved by Danida.

2015.09.01 | Seminar

Call for Papers - SDR seminar in Kenya

This call for papers is especially targeting Phd-students at Maseno, Gulu and Tribhuvan universities who obtained a PhD grant through the Platform on Stability, Democracy and Rights under the former Building Stronger Universities (I) programme, as well as their supervisors and co-supervisors.

Workshop in Kenya: Group work with LEGO SERIOUS PLAY
Workshop in Nepal: Introducing Moodle - an online teaching and learning environment

2014.09.26 | Education, learning and philosophy

Introducing e-Learning tools and PBL to PhD supervisors

Two Orientation Workshops on eLearning tools and PBL brought together PhD supervisors in Kenya and Nepal during August 2014.

2014.05.15 | Workshop

Launch of the MAGAART project in Kathmandu

From 10-14 March 2014 the MAGAART project was (re)launched by a group of enthusiastic lecturers from Uganda, Kenya, Nepal and Denmark.