Sr. Dr. Noelina Nakato who was recently recognized as a World Champion and Father of Modern Ecumenism Studies will this Thursday, May 9 deliver a public lecture at the University.
The Lecture will be held at the Jubilee Auditorium, Langata Campus starting at 2 pm.
Her research article was a winner among 5547 nominations drawn from 95 countries, organized by International Agency for Standards and Ratings
(IASR, 2019). Sr. Dr. Nakato joins a team of 500 Most Influential Experts in Ecumenism on Earth and can now endorse scientific meetings, conferences, keynote speeches and industrial collaborations in Ecumenism. Under her guidance, universities can contribute better in nation building through recruitment and promotion of programmes, allocation of public funds and advancement of research grants in areas of Ecumenism. She is now expected to enhance quality research and publication, organize indoor and outdoor activities such as walks, rallies, marathon, race, tweets on website, social media and print media on biography of World Champion in Ecumenism for colleges and universities. In support of her achievement, we are expected to extend the league of the legend on World Champion to the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) region and the rest of the world.
Sr. Dr. Noelina Nakato, a religious sister from the Religious Institution of the Daughters of Mary (DM) - (Bannabiikira), from the Catholic Diocese of Masaka - Uganda. She holds a Masters and a Doctorate in Canon Law from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Kenya that is also recognized by John Paul II University of Lublin, Poland. She received her Baccalaureate in Philosophy from Queen of Apostles, Philosophy Centre, Jinja - Uganda and Baccalaureate in Theology from CUEA. She joined CUEA in 2005 as a Tutorial Fellow in the Department of Canon Law and has since rose through the ranks to become a senior lecturer in the Institute of Canon Law, CUEA.
The public lecture is open to everyone.