Varsity Marks GIS Day 2018

Varsity Marks GIS Day 2018
Around the globe, Geographic Information System (GIS) has been vital for better decision-making but its uptake on spatial planning has been slow especially in Kenyan counties. While the country produces over 200 GIS graduates annually, only 4 counties have taken up some of these experts despite ... Continue reading →

Varsity Holds First International Cultural Day

Varsity Holds First International Cultural Day
The Alumni and International Students Office (ALISO) in collaboration with Jomo Kenyatta University Students’ Association (JKUSA) organized a day long International Students Cultural Event to enable students appreciate the various diversities in the university in instilling global understanding ... Continue reading →

Inter-disciplinary Approach Key to Manufacturing

Inter-disciplinary Approach Key to Manufacturing
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) researchers have been urged to embrace inter-disciplinary team work to move innovations from the shelves to the market. This was the message by Prof. Nick Wanjohi, a political science scholar,  when he delivered a seminar on  ... Continue reading →

Krishna Uppal Educational Fund Donates Books to JKUAT

Krishna Uppal Educational Fund Donates Books to JKUAT
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology has received 260 books from the Krishna Uppal Educational Fund. The donations worth KSh. 300, 000 will benefit students pursuing mathematics, chemistry, physics and statistics at the College of Pure and Applied Sciences (COPAS). Prof. ... Continue reading →