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23 July 2019
RUC2015: Effective Research Communication

Ritah Namisango, Senior Public Relations Officer at Makerere University shares her experience at the RUC2015 Conference. Held in April 2015 in Rwanda the Conference focused on using institutional websites as a tool for Research Uptake, but also explored the importance of institutionalising Research Uptake in DRUSSA Universities.

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The path towards a Master’s of Philosophy in Science and Technology studies: A personal perspective

The University of Stellenbosch’s Centre for Research on Evaluation Science and Technology offers an MPhil in Science and Technology Studies (Specialising in Research Uptake and Utilisation), with a rigorous application process including the submission of a proposal for a dissertation. Theogene Nyandwi, a DRUSSA bursary holder from the University of Rwanda, outlines his personal experience of participating in the course and how this has impacted on his work in Research Uptake activities at the University.

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Research Collaboration in Ghana

What are the various forms and levels of research collaborations being undertaken in research institutions in Ghana? What are the factors influencing research collaboration? In other words, why do researchers in Ghana collaborate? Dr. Frederick Owusu-Nimo, a DRUSSA bursary holder, outlines research that he is currently conducting on this issue as an MPhil student at CREST, Stellenbosch University.

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DRUSSA Universities Leadership Seminar

DRUSSA is well served by our network of champions, leaders and implementation teams at partner universities. Ultimately, though, change depends on the support of Vice-Chancellor and senior colleagues at institutional level. Their time and attention is precious.

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DRUSSA - Linking Researchers and Policy Makers in Ghana and Uganda

altaltDRUSSA has been working with academic institutions and government departments in Ghana and Uganda in order to link the supply and demand side of Research Uptake. This is being done through symposia, professional development courses and a policy fellowship scheme which places academics in government departments, allowing in-house government access to research expertise.

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