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Dr. Julianne Sansa to attend Internet Society Fellowship

Dr. Julianne Sansa Otim will participate in the Internet Society Fellowship to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) programme. Under this programme, Dr. Sansa will attend the IETF€„¢s 85th meeting to be held from November 4th- 9th, 2012 in Atlanta, USA. She was chosen after excelling in a highly competitive application process that attracted over 260 aspirants.

The IETF is the world€„¢s premier Internet standards-development body and the Fellowship to the IETF is available to technology professionals, advanced IT students, and other qualified individuals from developing and emerging economies.

During the fellowship, Dr. Sansa will have the opportunity to participate in the development of Internet Standards and best practices and make valuable connections with global peers with similar interests.

Dr. Sansa is the Chair, Department of Networks, School of Computing and Informatics Technology (CIT), College of Computing and Information Sciences.


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