Murokozi Cranimah is a Graduate fellow in the Department of Languages, Literature and Media Studies, Faculty of Education, Arts and Media Studies at Bishop Stuart University. He holds a Masters Degree of Arts in Kiswahili from Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU) and a Bachelor of Arts with Education from Bishop Stuart University.
Kembabazi Juliet is a Lecturer in the Department of Public Administration and Governance, Faculty of Business, Economics, and Governance at Bishop Stuart University.
Ruth Asaasira is an Administrative Assistant and the Ag. Assistant Secretary- Human Resource in the University Secretary’s Office at Bishop Stuart University. She is a Masters student (Social Work) at Bishop Stuart University and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management from Uganda Management Institute (Kampala, Uganda) and a Bachelors Degree in Social Work and Social Administration from Uganda Christian University (Mukono, Uganda).
Rev. Canon Asaph Kabakyenga is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Education Arts and Media Studies at Bishop Stuart University. He is a PhD Candidate at Uganda Christian University pursuing a PhD in Education Administration and Management.
Rev. Aggrey Aijuka is an Assistant Lecturer and Coordinator for Theology and Religious Studies in the Department of Humanities and Performing Arts, Faculty of Education, Arts and Media Studies at Bishop Stuart University.
Atwiine Abel is a Graduate Fellow in the Department of Law and Ethics, Faculty of Law
Kiguli Cosmas is a Lecturer at Bishop Stuart University and a Head of Department, Department of Computing, Library and Information Technology He is a renowned computer scientist in Biometrics and Cryptographic Security, entrepreneur, public speaker and business coach for venture capitalism.
Mulindwa Ian lectures in the Department of Computing, Library Science and Information Technology (CLIT). He is a student of Master of Science in Information Systems at Mbarara University of Science and Technology and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Secondary Education, Bachelor of Information Technology and a Certificate in Administrative Law from Bishop Start University.
Namanya Betrum is a lecturer in the Department of Economics, Statistics and Tourism Management, Faculty of Business, Economics, and Governance at Bishop Stuart University (BSU). He is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Nairobi, Kenya and holds a Master of Social Economics and Community Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Development Economics obtained from Bishop Stuart University.
Mpairwe Anthony is a Lecturer in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration, Faculty of Business, Economics, and Governance at Bishop Stuart University. He is a Ph.D. candidate and holds a Masters in Social Work from Uganda Christian University a Postgraduate Diploma in Development Studies (Project Planning and Management), a Bachelors Degree in Arts in Social Sciences from Makerere University and a Certificate in HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing from the Institute of Advanced Leadership in Nsambya Kampala.