stands at the Campus A duing the FSLH cultural week
Normalcy has resumed at the University campus after the 18thEdition of the all University games that was held at the University of Yaoundé 1 which saw the University of Dschang clinch 1st position in Paralympic sports ,1st position in General animation by the fans club while taking 7th position overall. The tedious yet exciting expedition that came to its end on the 31st of May 2015 has been replaced by a tensed and rather serious atmosphere at the University campus. A visit to the campus shows that some Faculties are getting set for 2ndsemester examinations, practical and revision sessions are on-going, while timetables for 2ndsemester for some master programmes are being placed on the notice board. The once deserted campus has resumed its normal hustling and bustling with the inter campus transport system doing its normal routine of taking students from one campus to another. The sporting ambiance that clouded the campus some weeks ago has been transformed to its normal academic den.
A short resting period after the games has given both lecturers and students the zeal to carry on the most cherished educational ladder while some have been embarking on field trips and courses are rounded up for the forth-coming 2nd semester examination. Some Master II research conferences are taking place in the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences. Continuous assessment results for some Master I programmes for the first semester have been released.
The Faculty of letters and Social Sciences is host to a range of activities this week, such as the defence session for professional master programme in translation and interpretation from the 12thto the 19th of June 2015.
Cultural week for the FLSH holds from 8th to the 13th of June 2015
The Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences kick starts its cultural week at the University campus A in grand style with the theme “Students faced with extremism” under the high patronage of the Rector of the University of Dschang, Prof Anaclet Fomethe. This 2014/2015 cultural week is spiced with activities aimed at bringing together lecturers, students and clubs of the different departments of the faculty to showcase their academic riches through book exhibitions among other activities. Events to mark the cultural week include; cross country race, exhibition of paintings, sensitization etc,
The programme is scheduled to commence with an opening ceremony at the University auditorium, where awards will be given to the most outstanding lecturer, student and personnel of the Faculty. This will be followed by a talk on the “Importance of ethics in the University milieu” by the Dean/FLSH Prof Maurice TSALEFAC.
Other activities that are expected to follow during the cultural week include; conferences, round table conference, expositions in stands, seminars , training sessions on techniques in using the internet, gala match, a tour of the University, traditional dances alongside talks on themes like ”the role of NTIC in the fight against extremism; the case of students”.
It is hoped to be a week filled with creativity and intellectual exchange at the Faculty .TG