The graduation ceremony of the class of 2022 was further decorated with an unprecedented scenario- the news of Raji Ahenafi’s miraculous achievements which some termed, “the miracles of Rajii-ተአምረ Rajii”. Raji graduated with a dual degree in Physics and Mathematics, he scored A+ in all the courses he took (60+ courses), and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a world-class university, has offered him a scholarship to pursue his Ph.D.…Everyone was thanking their lucky stars for witnessing history unfolding! What a graduation ceremony!
Adama Science and Technology University signed MoU with AdamaFM. The agreement is meant to help the university publicize its endeavors. AdamaFM will thus air programs involving the activities of the university.
The School of Electrical Engineering & Computing will host an international research conference titled, "Strengthening Awareness and Application of Machine Learning and Artifical Intelligence in Ethiopia". The conference will be held at ASTU from January 27-29, 2022.
It is remembered that the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has signed a communication document to work together with Adama Science and Technology University at the beginning of this year.
As part of its longstanding partnerships with Korean Science and Technology universities and institutions, ASTU has signed MoU with Inha Univesity. Inha Univesity of South Korea is a university committed to realizing its founding principles of creativity, diligence, and service. Dr. Shumet Gizaw, General Director of INSA and board chairperson of ASTU, reiterated that ASTU is in a better position and status to exploit the actual and potential opportunities at Inha University.
gave detailed comments, suggestions, and recommendations about the curriculum. Finally, Dr. Legesse Lemecha, the dean of the PG program, gave remarks, appreciated the reviewers, and made the closing remarks.
The team of ASTU’s management led by the board chairperson of the university took part in the official inauguration of the EDCF consulting consortium for the establishment of 5 Centers of Excellence (CoEs) for Adama Science and Technology University (ASTU) in Seoul, Korea. It is to be recalled that this Korean EDCF project is overdue due to COVID-19 and other technical issues; however, both parties have agreed to stick to the current plan. The management of ASTU has exerted unreserved efforts to get the project implemented and Seoul National University has facilitated the commencement of the project. It is believed that once the project becomes operational according to the agreed schedule, world-class, high-tech research & innovation centers will be established at ASTU,ETHIOPIA.The board chairperson, Dr. Shumet Gizaw, has expressed his appreciation for ASTU management and Seoul National University (SNU) to realize this project.
The management of the university welcomed these offers citing that facilitating the loans for staff members will boost staff motivation thereby creating conducive university working environment. It is hoped that the packages will help ASTU community alleviate some of the economic hurdles.