UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

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UoN seeks to expand partnership with Chinese institutions.
UoN seeks to expand partnership with Chinese institutions.
UoN to Partner with Israel on Dairy Farming to enhance Productivity
UoN to Partner with Israel on Dairy Farming to enhance Productivity
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Students tipped on entrepreneurship
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seo киевAs a result of rapid expansion and complexities in administration, the university has a decentralized administration composed of six colleges and two satellite campuses.

 

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University Of Nairobi Enters Memorandum of Understanding with Kanazawa University, Japan

The Vice Chancellor of University of Nairobi Prof. George A. O. Magoha and the President of Kanazawa University, Japan, Prof. Shin-ichi Nakamura signed a Memorandum of Understanding on October 4, 2011 at Kanazawa University, Japan.    Kanazawa University, ranked 21 out of the 732 universities in Japan, has 547 funded projects amounting to approximately 1.6 billion Japanese yen for the current year and is uniquely strong in Medicine, Engineering, Law, Pharmaceutical and Environmental Sciences among others. 

This memorandum will facilitate collaboration in areas including but not limited to: (i)Exchange of academic material, students, faculty and research fellows (ii) Joint research and publication.

Ms. Euphraith Muthoni Masinde of School of Computing & Informatics, emerges in the Top 5 in the ITU Green ICT Application Challenge

The first ITU Green ICT Application Challenge sought to uncover innovative concept papers for climate change related ICT applications.

 

One of the challenge’s finalists, Ms. Euphraith Muthoni Masinde from Kenya, developed a concept for an application entitled, “A Community-Based System for Biodiversity Degradation.” This application aims to tackle climate change through community engagement and knowledge sharing. The app proposes a system harnessing traditional and indigenous knowledge on biodiversity and conservation. This information will be brought to light through community-based focus groups, and then disseminated to users through a database feeding data directly to mobile phones. Users would then build on this knowledge to create their own conservation practices.

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Rattansi Trust Donates Ksh 12 Million To Universities

University of Nairobi’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George Magoha, receives a cheque worth Ksh 2.1 million from Mrs. Vijoo Rattansi towards supporting needy students in the University. Over Ksh 12.6 Million was donated by the Rattansi Trust to support needy students in higher institutions.The Rattansi Education Trust has donated Ksh.12.6 million to support needy students in institutions of higher learning.  The donation was made by Dr. Vijoo Rattansi in a function held at the University of Nairobi and attended by representatives of various institutions of higher learning.

On your right: University of Nairobi’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George Magoha, receives a cheque worth Ksh 2.1 million from Mrs. Vijoo Rattansi towards supporting needy students in the University. Over Ksh 12.6 Million was donated by the Rattansi Trust to support needy students in higher institution.

While handing over the cheque to the institutions, Mrs. Rattansi said that the donation was meant to assist needy students to meet their college fees.  The University of Nairobi Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George Magoha paid tribute to the Rattansi Educational Trust for supporting poor students to access higher education.  He challenged other affluent members of society to emulate Rattansi’s example and assist in supporting education in the country.

DVC (RPE) gets appointed to Education sector Taskforce

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RPE), Prof. Lucy Irungu has been appointed to the Taskforce charged with realigning the Higher Education, Science and Technology sector with the constitution.

The appointment was made by the Minister for Higher Education, Science and Technology, Hon. Prof. Margaret Kamar and is carried in the Gazette notice no. 11626 of 23 September 2011.