Training Health Researchers into Vocational Excellence in East Africa (THRiVE) has furnished a graduate resource centre for science students.
According to Prof. Opiyo Auma Elizabeth the lead investigator for the project in Gulu University,the center will give time for science graduate students to do research,hold out of class peer to peer consultation and presentations.
Found on the second floor of the
Multifunctional laboratory the room is equipped with most of the Information ,Communication and Technology gadgets that would facilitate relevance of a modern resource centre.
Prof.Owiny David the deputy Vice-Chancellor who visited the Laboratory on Tuesday morning said the project has a firm support from management and would improve learning environment for the beneficiaries.