The Construction and Economics Department at the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT) is undertaking a study to explore the possibilities of mainstreaming Building Information Modelling (BIM) into the curricula.
The Principal CEDAT, Prof Henry Alinaitwe this evening led a team that handed over 17 million shillings to the Vice Chancellor as contribution by staff towards the ongoing Mak@100 Celebrations. The CEDAT family used the same occasion to congratulate Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe for his re- appointment to the position of Vice Chancellor. He was applauded for carrying the CEDAT flag high and appreciated for the support he gives to the College.
The Stakeholder Mobilisation is one of the #MakerereAt100 events where the detailed programme of year-long celebrations will be shared and all parties invited to renew their commitment to make Makerere University Greater and Mightier in the years to come.
The Margaret Trowel School of Industrial and Art (MTSIFA) in the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT) Makerere University has entered into a partnership with the University of Bergen (UIB), Faculty of Art, Music and Design to work towards internalizing and nurturing local indigenous knowledge.