• Book launch of accumulated research work that brought some distinguished researchers together
  • Prof. Edemariam Tsega died at the age of 80 on 1 January 2018 (1938-2018). His contribution to the University of Gondar reaches back decades.
  • Amongst the first generation universities in Ethiopia the University of Gondar has come 1st once again. For the second straight year UoG is the top ranked educational institution in the country!

UoG and other East African scholars release a new book entitled: Harnessing Nanotechnology for Sustainable Development in Africa

BOOKThe University of Gondar’s own Prof. Hailemichael Teshome and various other intellectuals from other Horn of Africa nations have produced a book that reflects on the current status of today’s biggest and most relevant technology. The book co-edited by Hailemichael Teshome (Prof.), Cosmas Ochieng (PhD), Guillermo Foladori (PhD) and Dessalegn Mengesha (MD) has brought together [...]

By creating innovative technology: UoG staff and students are honored by the Ministry of Science and Technology

20171119_092135From 17-18 November, at the UNECA conference hall in Addis Ababa, an award ceremony that characterizes the technological advances of Ethiopia was held. The National Science and Technology award ceremony showcases the top scholars and institutions in the fields of research and innovation. UoG, amongst various competitors, was awarded 4 gold medals. The Ethiopian Ministry [...]

Gondar hosts the Federal Health Services 19th annual conference

DSC_0966From 8 through 9 November the Federal Health Services oversaw its 19th annual conference in the state of Amhara. The 2 day event that took place in the city of Gondar showcased the cities wonderful medical facilities and ground breaking achievements. Amongst the sites that were toured the University of Gondar was asked to host [...]

The Ohio State University signs MOU’s with Ethiopian and other Eastern African Institutions and inaugurates its regional office

DSC_0399On 11 November 2017 at the United Nations conference hall, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia something took place that would change the way we look at infectious and non-infectious diseases in the region. Ohio State University’s Global One Health Initiative opened its Eastern Africa regional office in the center of Africa’s political capital, Addis Ababa. The [...]