My Mak Story
My mother came to the U.S. from Malawi and my father came from Uganda, both through scholarships for graduate school […]
Military Jeeps, Campus raids, Flourishing student culture, 70s Makerere in the Lenses of the Late Gen. Elly Tumwine.
“We carried Gongom back to the School of Fine Arts together with Kibiira, who was the best at metal welding […]
“The time I spent at Makerere has had a lasting impact on my life, personally and professionally.” In August 2006, […]
“Ten years after my assignment, I continue to hold Makerere’s faculty, and their students, in the highest regard.” Prof. Paul […]
“ Thank you for inviting me to share my “Makerere story,” which exists because of two Fulbright grants that allowed […]
I completed my A level studies at Kings College Budo in 1971 with the intention of joining the Makerere University […]
“Uncle Ben attributes this shift to the fact that St. Francis was barely open to the public. The doors were […]
A dance at State House, sharing a class with male students, East Africa’s first woman medical doctor tells her Makerere story
“When I joined University, many people in my village wondered whether I, a girl they had watched growing up, would […]
“Seeing recent pictures of undergraduates in red gowns rekindled pleasant memories” Dr. Trinidade
Rowell joined the University of East Africa, Makerere College in September 1961 as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Zoology.