Wollega University Students win 2017 EPS North America Award

Two regular Students, Bedria Shukural (2nd year) and Said Shemsu (3rd year) from the Department of  Physics and Physics Lab respectively, College of Natural and Computational Sciences, competed and won the 2017 Ethiopian Physics Society in North America (EPS-NA) award under the Undergraduate Student level.

Basically, the students were selected for this prestige international competition in terms of their academic and/or research excellence beside extracurricular activities and community services they rendered. The award carries a certificate and cash prize to recognize their contribution for the academic endeavors.

Indeed, Ethiopian Physics Society in North America (EPS-NA), a non-profit organization, registered in the State of Connecticut, founded on August 2, 1998GC by Ethiopian physics professionals to enhance physics research and education, awards yearly to Ethiopian Physics students (both post and undergraduate) who excel in their studies, research and community services on competitive basis.

Wollega University academic community congratulated the awardees. This is one means of realizing the vision of our university by producing competitive graduates for national and international concerns.   

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