College of Natural Resources & Environmental Studies


Background:

The best way to develop Southern Sudan was believed to be through the rational exploitation of its vast natural resources. Thus, it became one of the main motives for the opening of the College of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, in 1977, as the prime college in the newly established University of Juba. Since its inception, the College has represented a radical approach to academic development. It provided great opportunities for innovation in which new ideas and concepts, untried elsewhere, were introduced. A graduate of the College of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, therefore, enjoys broadly-based multi-disciplinary education and training which makes him/her capable of approaching development and the management of natural resources in an integrated manner.

Vision:

To be a leader in transforming lives through training and sustainable management, innovative and rigorous approach to Natural Resources management

Mission:

To train and empower students through providing skills, innovation and technology for better livelihood of South Sudanese.

Core Values:

  • National unity, mutual respect and teamwork
  • Cooperation with other academia in the world
  • Passion for excellence and advancement of knowledge
  • Devotion to duties, honesty, social fairness and ethics
  • Integrity, transparency and accountability

General Contact Information

Tel: +211 (0) 956 977 876
Email
: miltonlado@hotmail.com
Address: P.O. Box 82 – Juba

Administration:

Dean: Rev. Dr. Milton Melingasuk Lado
Deputy Dean: Dr. Denis Duku Kenyi
Registrar: Mr. John Michael Aban
Assistant Registrar: Bul Deng Mabior
Secretary: Mrs. Violet Karaba
Clerical/Admin Staff: Mr. Bul Deng Mabior

 

Heads of Departments

Agricultural Sciences: Dr. Peter Batali Samuel Gama
Animal Protection: Mr. Peter Andrea Samuel
Basic Sciences: Mr. Frederick Dramani Biga
Environmental Sciences: Dr. Andrew Laxon Athiba
Fisheries Sciences: Dr. Denis Duku Kenyi
Forestry: Dr. Augustine Lokule Bongo
Wildlife Sciences: Dr. Thomas Lado Francis
Geology and Mining: Dr. David Otone Obeyok