TAREMWA DANISON is an Assistant Lecturer at the Kampala International University (KIU). She identifies training needs for the Communications Service sector, and develops the ICT training curriculum and materials for the University Teaching and examining students in the areas of Software Engineering, Project Management for Information Systems, Management Information systems, Business modelling, Mathematics, Programming, Database management systems, and simulation among others.
Taremwa Danison holds a Master of Science in computer Science (MScs), and a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science and Mathematics) which he obtained from Makerere University (MUK) in 2009 and 2001 respectively. With over 15 years of experience, Danison has been heavily concentrated in Training/Teaching, Management of Educational/Training institutions and supervision of research and projects, curriculum design and development of training materials in Science Education, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Formulation of Policy guidelines for governance.
He is currently working on a project paper on Internet usage by students for proper management in universities in Uganda: A case of Kampala International University, and has participated at the Conference in Quality Assurance in Higher Education Institutions at KIU in 2017, and at Collins Hotel Mukono-Uganda organised by MUK, NUFFIC in 2008.