CONCEPT NOTE: @ILABAFRICA SCHOLARS 2014

CONCEPT NOTE: @ILABAFRICA SCHOLARS 2014

This program is targeted at helping young graduates to enhance their research skills by providing practical experience and training in research and development under the supervision of senior researchers at the University. It also may provide an opportunity to enter into a paid employment with the University in the near future, especially, if you manage to submit successful research proposals that attract adequate funding. On successful completion of this programme, you may apply for a full time employment at Strathmore University.   The @iLabAfrica scholar recruitment program targets individuals who meet the following criteria: (i)… Continue reading →

IBM’s Master the Mainframe contest is teaching computing skills to students in Kenya – http://youtu.be/kzKonp0clAA

IBM’s Master the Mainframe contest is teaching computing skills to students in Kenya – http://youtu.be/kzKonp0clAA

Jkuat IBM mainframe competition. I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you for your institution’s participation in the recently concluded Master the Mainframe competition. Here is a link to the video we produced which features yourself as well as some of your students and which was premiered at our Mainframe 50 event in New York last week: http://youtu.be/kzKonp0clAA Thanks again for your participation and look forward to working with you again in the future. You may view the entire Mainframe 50 event here: http://youtu.be/XdmgIcyi4T0

April 2014_Exam Timetables

April 2014_Exam Timetables

Please find attached timetable. Exam Timetables (All) – April 2014_FINAL (Edited) BSc. IT – All stages DIT – Stage I, II, III Kindly pick your exam cards at the IT registry.   JKUAT IT Department wishes you success in your exams.

Kenyan firms top list of Africa’s most innovative

Kenyan firms top list of Africa’s most innovative

Three Kenyan entities were ranked on Wednesday at the top of a business technology magazine’s list of the 10 most innovative companies in Africa. Fast Company, a New York-based global business publication, names iHub, Sanergy and One Acre Fund as Africa’s foremost leaders in innovation. Heading the list, iHub is said by Fast Company to be “connecting, amplifying and accelerating Africa’s tech community.” The not-for-profit operation functions as a “hybrid co-working space and university commons, which has grown to more than 10,000 members in just three years,” the magazine says.   Ihub has incubated 150… Continue reading →