Senior professorship after retirement

Prof. W.M. Karunadasa , former Professor of International Relations , University of Colombo, who retired after 40 years of service in September last year, has been appointed Senior Professor by the Vice-Chancellor.

W.M. Karunadasa

This was the first time where an academic has been given a promotion after retirement. The Senate and the Council of University of Colombo took into consideration his academic contributions to the institutional and national development and teaching and research.

Prof. Karunadasa, who is presently engaged in legal practice at Hulftsdorp is an expert in Sri Lanka's Foreign Policy and International Relations. Hailing from the Deep South, he is a product of Peradeniya University.

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