Certificate in Sustainable Development Studies Program Description Our master certificate in sustainable development course will introduce participants to the different tenets of human, social, political economical and environmental complexities of the human society. You will learn the use of critical thinking and behavioral change to approach developmental issues, especially the alternatives to development. It will focus on the sustainability approach to solve real-world developmental problems. Rationale for This Course. In depth training in methodology, skills and behavioral change to solve complex societal, ecological and
Four Year BA Honours Degree In Training For Transformation Arrupe Jesuit University Faculty of Arts and the Training for Transformation programme of the The Grail Centre Trust jointly offer the BA Honours degree programme. The Training for Transformation programme started in 2002 with the aim of creating a new level of critically conscious development educators whose theory is grounded in practice. It draws on the four ‘Training for Transformation’ manuals written by Anne Hope and Sally Timmel. Since its inception it has
BA HONOURS IN AFRICAN LITERATURE The course consists of eight semesters and will normally be studied over four years. A student who has already completed a first degree with a substantial literature component may be admitted at the beginning of the second year. The course is principally concerned with African Literature in English although in each semester there is one course on English literature to enable students to see one of the many literary influences that have helped to African literature.
1st ARRUPE SYMPOSIUM 1ST-3RD FEBRUARY 2017 DAY 1 APH/PUG PRESENTATIONS Moderators: Mr. Paschal Bihorubusa and Mr. Munyaradzi Murungu 8.00-8.10: Opening Prayer and welcome by the Dean. FIRST PRESENTATION 8.10-8.30 Mr. Uche Oguike: Education for Historical Consciousness. 8.30-8.40: Response to Mr. Uche by Mr. Vitalis Chinonso. 8.40-9.00: Question and Answer Session. SECOND PRESENTATION 9.10-9.30 Mr. Emmanuel Ndorimana: Promotion and Development of African Languages. 9.30-9.40 Response to Mr. Ndorimana by Mr Emmanuel Ogwu 9.40-10.00 Question and Answer Session Tea Break 10.00-10.30 THIRD PRESENTATION 10.35-10.55 Mr. Emmanuel Ogwu: “Writers don’t give prescriptions. They give headaches”: The African Novel
Rectors Cup Tournament 2017 The members of the planning committee met with the coordinators from different Provinces, Regions and Congregations to plan for this year’s Rector’s Cup Tournament. TEAMS Given the fact that some provinces/regions/congregations cannot make a team on their own, the house saw it wise to combine some and make complete teams. Those that have high numbers were just left like that. The combined teams are: 1. Claritians+ Carmelites; 2. Redemptorists + AOC Province; 3.ANW Province+ ZAM Province. This then meant that we
ARRUPE COLLEGE EXAMINATION TIMETABLE Nov/Dec 2017 Date APH 1st Year APH 2nd Year APH 3rd Year APH 4th Year/MA Electives Monday November 27th APH 103: Academic Writing. APH 529: Philosophical Writing APH 303: Philosophy of Science APH 407: New Testament Foundations MPA 511/ APH 503a: Lonergan’s Ethics of Discernment (Long Paper) APH 593: Art of Inspiring Leadership (25th November) Tuesday November 28th APH 212: Personality Theories APH 208: Christian Philosophy APH 516 & MPA502a: Environmental Ethics MPA 514: African Philosophy APH 525: Latin Afternoon: APH 537b: Special Needs Education Wednesday November 29th APH 107: Varieties in History of African Peoples APH 205: Religions of the world APH 307;
GTLD Network Zimbabwe will hold its third expert forum titled “The importance of assessment for helping bright students with learning differences.” Expert speakers will include Dr. Dixon Chibanda (child psychologist specialising in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), Dr. Wendy Beamish (educational psychologist who evaluates diverse students) and Ms. Robyn Taylor (Occupational Therapist). Parents, teachers, and other professionals striving to support bright students with learning differences are encouraged to attend. Venue: Arrupe College. First year lecture room across from their multipurpose hall. 16
DEAN’S CUP 2016. This year Dean’s Cup Tournament will run from the 17th to the 22nd of September 2016. We will start with soccer on the 17th of September and this will be a Saturday, all the soccer matches will be played on this day and this means that the soccer Champions for the 2016 Dean’s Cup Tournament will be crowned on that very day. The other disciplines (volleyball and basketball) will be played simultaneously in the following days.
SOME CHALLENGES TO THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN OUR TIME A Speech Prepared for the 19th Closing Assembly of Arrupe College, 21 May 2016 BY PROFESSOR EMMANUEL NGARA ZIMBABWE COUNCIL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION Salutations Introduction The Story The Principal, Rev. Dr Kizito Kiyimba, gave me some information about the programmes at Arrupe and the approach to teaching, and for this I am most grateful. I asked for information on the Finalists and was impressed by two things: The outreach projects the students are involved in and