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1st April, 2019
FNU embarks on Renewable Energy Project

The Fiji National University (FNU) would like to generate 90 percent of its electricity through green initiatives in the next three years at its Nadi, Lautoka and Labasa campuses. This initiative was kicked off with a contract signing with CBS Power Solutions Fiji Ltd, a Renewable Energy Services Provider and General Contractors at Namaka Campus…Read More


25th March, 2019
Blended Development for Creative Arts and Ethics Workshop

Dr. Deepak Prasad, Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching Enhancement (ADLTE) co-facilitated the workshop on Blended Development for Creative Arts and Ethics team from the College of Arts & Humanities (CHE) with The Centre for Flexible & E-Learning (CFEL) on 23rd and 24th May, 2019. The workshop followed on the heels of similar workshops in December, 2018 for…Read More


22nd March, 2019
FNU commemorates World Water Day

The Fiji National University (FNU) held several events at its Colleges to commemorate World Water Day, highlighting the importance of having clean and safe drinking water. Students from the College of Engineering, Science and Technology (CEST) organised an event at Nabua Campus on Friday which was attended by invited guests and lecturers. World Water Day…Read More


21st March, 2019
2019 International Day of Forests Theme: “Forests and Education”

The United Nations declared the 21st of March as the International Day of Forests in the year 2012, to raise awareness on the importance of forests in poverty alleviation, sustainable livelihoods, food security, and environment conservation for current and future generations. This day is celebrated across countries through tree planting programs. The theme for International…Read More


12th March, 2019
OER’s in the Pacific: Dr. Mishra visits FNU

On the heels of OER week, celebrated globally this year from 4-8 March, Dr. Sanjaya Mishra from the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) visited FNU to present a public lecture on ‘Open Educational Resources (OER) in the South Pacific’. The public lecture made a case for a Pacific approach to OER and urged the setting up of a hub for OER in…Read More