JKUAT Students Empower Vulnerable Children on COVID-19

JKUAT Students Empower Vulnerable Children on COVID-19
Children are among the most vulnerable during any kind of upheaval, and the Coronavirus pandemic is no exception. Although children do not represent a high-risk group for direct COVID-19 fatality, the pandemic posts far-reaching secondary impacts that heighten risks to children’s rights and ... Continue reading →

Prof. Viviene Matiru takes over as ALISO Director

Prof. Viviene Matiru takes over as ALISO Director
Prof. Viviene Njeri Matiru is the new Director of the Alumni and International Students Office (ALISO). The Associate Professor of Microbiology has taken over from the outgoing Director, Dr. Churchill Saoke, who has served in that capacity since April 2017. During the handing over ceremony held ... Continue reading →

Iran in a Bid to Push Nanotechnology in the Continent

Iran in a Bid to Push Nanotechnology in the Continent
The Islamic Republic of Iran in collaboration with the African Union, is in the process of establishing a Masters of Science programme in Nanotechnology domiciled at the Pan African University (PAU). Speaking at JKUAT, the host University of the Pan African University Institute for Basic ... Continue reading →