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Dr Janice Desire Busingye is the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Administration/University Secretary) at Kampala International University (KIU), with five years experience in supervising all the service units of the university to ensure that they deliver quality and timely services to students and other clients/partners, whilst ensuring that all policies of the University are implemented according to agreed guidelines and procedures. She is also the Secretary to the University Council. Dr. Busingye has also worked as the Head of Department at the Makerere University Department of Adult and Community Education.
Dr. Busingye holds a PhD in Education and a Masters in Education, majoring in Adult and Community Education, both from the University of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. Her basic training was at Makerere University where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Adult and Community Education.
Currently, Dr. Busingye is a Senior Lecturer at KIU, where she also serves as the DVC-FA and doubles as the University Secretary. She is a passionate educationalist and an experienced educator in higher education, having worked in Makerere University for the last 13 years. She teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students and has, since 2012, supervised seven (7) graduate students to completion. She has published articles in various journals engagement like the Journal of Infection and Public Health, and the Journal of Asian and African Studies, specifically on the politics of knowledge sharing, higher education, primary education, and community. She has also presented a paper at the International Congress on Hidden Hunger in Stuttgart Germany, entitled: “Confronting the disjuncture between theory and reality of hidden hunger: Experiences of Ugandan mothers and many others.
Dr. Busingye works unremittingly to maintain the standards of KIU as a Higher Institution of Learning whilst contributing in her own way towards its greatness.