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Global Confederation of Higher Education Associations for Agricultural and Life Sciences

GCHERA Laureate 2016 Award Ceremony

GCHERA Laureate 2016 Award Ceremony

  • 18 Oct 2016
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Professor Dr Lorne BABIUK of the University of Alberta was awarded the GCHERA World Agriculture Prize on 18 October during the opening ceremony of the RUFORUM Biennial Conference in Cape Town, South Africa.  Professor BABIUK becomes the 4th GCHERA Laureate.  The award recognizes Professor BABIUK’s lifetime contributions as a renowned virologist, acclaimed for his international leadership in vaccine Read More

Global Dialogue for Enhancement of Higher Education

  • 14 Oct 2016
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The GCHERA 4th World Dialogue, Global Leadership and Transformative Changes to Meet the Challenges of the 21st C, is coming up on Monday, October 17. Presented in partnership with GFAR. The World Dialogue will address the GCHERA Action Plan 2016-20 to lead and invoke action to transform the learning processes and experiences at agricultural and life science Read More

4th GCHERA World Dialogue & GCHERA General Assembly 2016

  • 24 Sep 2016
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The GCHERA Annual Meeting will be held on Monday 17 October 2016, Cape Town, South Africa as a pre-meeting to the Fifth RUFORUM Biennial Conference, also known as African Higher Education Week. The meeting will comprise two parts. The first part, in partnership with GFAR, will be the 4th GCHERA World Dialogue 2016 : Global Leadership Read More

2016 Laureate Announced

  • 20 Sep 2016
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World-renowned virologist named 2016 GCHERA World Agriculture Prize Laureate.  The development of six vaccines, developing a world-class research facility and training more than one hundred graduate students and post-doctoral fellows earns Dr. Lorne Babiuk this prestigious international award. Read More

GCHERA to Follow GCARD3 Outcomes

  • 16 Aug 2016
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GCARD3 Theme 3: “Keeping science relevant and future-focused”.  GCHERA members are directly challenged to take forward two of the proposals from the Theme 3 discussions: One thousand additional PhDs per year in next-generation, future-relevant agricultural research. A higher-educational reform across a 100 universities over five continents. These proposals will be actioned at the GCHERA Annual Read More