Harmonizing Horizons: PHU’s Collaborative Expedition

On a bright Wednesday morning, the 13th of March 2024, a delegation comprising Reverend Father Martin Waweru, Headmaster of Loyola High School – Dar es Salaam, SJ, Eddie Cullen, Founder and CEO at Crescite, and Father Dr. Odomaro Mubangizi, SJ, the proposed Hekima University (PHU) Deputy Director and Director of Academic Affairs embarked on a journey of collaboration and possibility. Their destination: the esteemed Michael Battle, the US Ambassador to Tanzania.

Amidst the grandeur of the embassy, ideas flowed between the delegation and Ambassador Battle was in the company of Ms. Laura Shayo, coordinator English Language Program and the Public Affairs section amongst others. They discussed the prospects of PHU; they explored avenues to foster relationships in the region and sought potential opportunities for prosperous innovation through collaboration. At the heart of their discussions was a shared dedication to advancing women’s education in STEM fields, recognizing it as a catalyst for societal progress.

The possibilities were vast, from promoting English language proficiency through training and exchange programs to exploring innovative research initiatives. A critical aspect discussed was integrating a blended learning approach at PHU. Recognizing the importance of adapting to the evolving educational landscape, PHU will embrace the fusion of virtual and physical classrooms. This approach aimed to provide students with a dynamic learning experience, transcending geographical barriers while nurturing a sense of community.

From Left to Right: Laura Shayo (coordinator of the English Language Program, Public Affairs section at the US Tanzania Embassy), Eddie Cullen, Jeanne Clark, Fr. Dr Odomaro Mubangizi, SJ, Rev. Fr. Martin Waweru, SJ, and the delegation.

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