PhD student beneficiary of ACE IRPM & BTD Project, Dr. Amina Issae in Pest Management Centre presents her PhD research proposal earlier on 24th November 2020.
One among PhD student beneficiary of ACE IRPM & BTD Project, Dr. Amina Issae in Pest Management Centre presents her…
Judge(Retired) Hon. Joseph Warioba, Chancellor of SUA Amazed by Ongoing Research Technology at Pest Management Centre in Association With APOPO.
Hon. Joseph Warioba, Chancellor of SUA amazed by ongoing research technology at Pest Management Centre in association with APOPO. This…
FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Early Career Researchers Development Programme
If you are enthusiastic to develop your career in pest research and become a part or one of us, SPMC is your home. We recruit 5-10 self-motivated and highly talented graduates each year to learn and work with us on voluntary basis. This group of graduates ‘The future generation Albert Einsteins of Pest Research and Technology Development’ are trained on all aspects of research and technology development. As part of this endeavor, we support them in developing competitive proposals for MSc and PhD fellowships; and make sure they attain these qualifications in part of their evolution to becoming successful and independent researchers. The plan is to retain few ones to strengthen our research team; and link the rest with other relevant research institutions and companies.
Going forward, we aim to transform SPMC to a centre which can attract and support diverse and vibrant researchers. We would like to progressively reinforce our research workforce by recruiting committed and productive researchers through research projects. As such, we will be able to increase the scope of our research and outputs. Our Early Career Development Program will help us attain this.