Print Page | Contact Us | Sign In | Join now
In conversation... Professor Maria G.N. Musoke
Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend
In conversation... Professor Maria G.N. Musoke

When: 14:00
Where: Online webinar
United Kingdom
Contact: Juanita Foster-Jones
020 7255 0500

Online registration is closed.
« Go to Upcoming Event List  

In conversation: Professor Maria G.N. Musoke

Webinar Wednesday


In conversation: Professor Maria G.N. Musoke

Join CILIP CEO Nick Poole in conversation with Professor Maria G.N. Musoke. In this interview Nick will explore Maria's professional journey from a librarian in Makerere University, to becoming the first female professor of Information Science in Africa and onwards to her current role as a Deputy Vice Chancellor. This will give insights into the development of the profession in Uganda and beyond, its challenges, successes and future development.

Learning outcomes:

  • Insights into leadership, nationally and internationally
  • Insights into raising the profiles of librarians and gender equality
  • Increased understanding of the common challenges facing our profession, both in the context of low income and high income settings, including solutions from which we might learn
  • Understanding of international issues
  • Understanding of African scholarship


Prof Maria MusokeMaria is, in so many ways a trailblazer as the first Ugandan woman to obtain a PhD in Information Science, the first Ugandan woman to become a Professor of Information Science, the first Librarian from Sub-Saharan Africa to chair the IFLA Health and Biosciences Section, and the first Ugandan woman to head Makerere University Library Services. Currently she is Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Kyambogo University in Kampala, Uganda’s second largest university. In 2018 Maria was awarded an Honorary CILIP Fellowship for her outstanding contribution to the profession.






This webinar is free and open to all

Places are limited so register now to avoid disappointment

 Register now

Contact us