The 21st October, 2022 Graduation, produced among the best Graduates Mr Rabbson Banda a Master of Science in Chemistry graduate and Ms Leah Mate a graduate in Master of Business Administration - General.
Ms Leah Mate
The hands on short Course training on Internet of Things presented participants with practicle knowledge on the far reaching benefits of digital technology.
THE World Wide Fund (WWF) for Nature Zambia has partnered with the Copperbelt University (CBU) to galvanise efforts and linkages for the establishment of the Kafue River Catchment Research and Training Institute. This will be constructed at a total cost of 587, 000 Euros as a joint venture between WWF Zambia and CBU.
Through the department of Biomaterials Science, CBU-ACESM in collaboration with the Indiana state University and the National Science and Technology Council of Zambia facilitated a short course training on Tree-Ring Science and its Application.
The training was held from 24th October to 7th November 2021 at the Copperbelt University School of Graduate Studies located along Egupto clause in Parklands, Kitwe with a total number 24 participants. The purpose of this training was to impart the participants with basic scientific knowledge on the techniques and application of tree-ring science in order to understand various environmental problems affecting the forests across the region. The saw participants imparted with skill that would enable then to apply tree-ring science to re-construct climate trends, estimate forest productivity, and determine pollution patterns associated with mining activities.