On this fourth 2013 issue of University News, the stories range from a visit by a high profile world leader to efforts at the political and at inter-university level to pave a bright future for UPNG as well as a moving tribute to the Late Dr. Haihuie. Contents are as follows:

Thailand seek ties - a report on the visit of the Thailand Prime Minister to the UPNG Waigani Campus

Asian mindset appropriate - A report on the Vice-Chancellor's address to the Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra

Minister keen on partnership - A report on Minister for Sports and Pacific Games Justin Tkachenko's visit to UPNG to deliver subsidies for Moresby South students

Tribute to the late Samuel Songrohuie - A feature on the Late Director of UPNG Open Campus

Collaborative agreement sought - A report on a meeting bewteen UPNG and Victoria University (Aukland, New Zealand) on capacity building and enhanced co-operation between both universities

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2013's third issue of University News covers some of the exciting developments at UPNG. The contents are as follows: 

Night enterprising - A story on the launching of the UPNG Enterprise Centre Initiative and the target the Administration and other stakeholders have set in bringing in taking advantage of the informal economy that exists on campus

Crocs cloning at the Nature Park - A report on what may well be the first instance of animal cloning here in PNG - a must read.

SRC present 2013 budget - A report on the budget presentation  done by the UPNG SRC 2013 under the leadership of President Peter Numu to the Administration and other stakeholders.

Elton tells of his UPNG experience - an editorial on the experiences of a Vanuatu student studying here at UPNG Waigani Campus..

Universities cannot accept more students - A story on the Open Campus Director's address to the Media in a launching for a new university centre at Kainantu, EHP.

UPNG in mangrove research collaboration - A story on the signing of an MoU between UPNG and the IUCN on the MARSH Project.

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2013's first issue of University News covers mostly Orientation Week events. 

Be good ambassadors - A report on the Vice-Chancellor's orientation address to the freshmen of UPNG 2013 Academic year.

Geology students receive OTML scholarships - A report on the latest on Ok Tedi Mining Limited' Postgraduate Development Program

Mellam aims to steer UPNG away from debt-burden - A report on the Vice-Chancellor's address on the launching of the Academic year 2013.

‘Zero tolerance’ on alcohol abuse: Vice-Chancellor warns - A report on the New Vice-Chancellor's tough stance on alcohol abuse on campus.

Students urged to take lead in academic pursuits - A report on the Pro-Vice Chancellor Pulapa Subba Rao's address to students during Orientation Week.

Library prepare for students - A report on the upgrade and updating of the Michael Somare Library for the 2013 Academic Year by Head of Library Services Semmy Ojuka and team.

Benefit from changes in higher education - A report on Office of Higher Education Director-General David Kavanamur's address to students during UPNG 2013 Orientation Week.

Vice Chancellor: Scientific research is vital - A report on the Vice-Chancellor's address to the Joint Marine Science Seminar of UPNG and JAMTEC (Japanese Agency for Marine, Earth-Science and Technology).

University News is produced by the Public Relations and Media Unit of the University of Papua New Guinea. The Editor of University News is Mr. Brian Tobia.

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