Varsity Holds Student Open Forum

Varsity Holds Student Open Forum
JKUAT held a student open forum Thursday, October 18 that brought together students, the student leadership and the administration, with a collective objective of discussing a number of issues affecting the student fraternity. The session kicked off by a presentation from Jomo Kenyatta ... Continue reading →

JKUSA Brings Healthcare Closer to Students

JKUSA Brings Healthcare Closer to Students
It costs up to KSh. 6000 to get key medical examinations such as blood sugar levels, cervical cancer screening, dental and eye checkups. That is besides the cost of medication or assistive devices that may be recommended following such examinations. Such amounts of money are often out of reach ... Continue reading →

Equipment to Enhance Knowledge Transfer

Equipment to Enhance Knowledge Transfer
The School of Civil, Environmental and Geospatial Engineering has received equipment worth 7000 Euros from the Center for International Migration and Development (CIM) under the Migration for Development programme. CIM is jointly run by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit ... Continue reading →

Miss JKUAT Crowned Kenya’s Miss Tourism 2018

Miss JKUAT Crowned Kenya’s Miss Tourism 2018
A Third year student pursuing Bachelor of Science in Biostatistics at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) has been crowned the new Miss Tourism Kenya 2018. Sarah Pkyach, who is also the reigning beauty pageant at JKUAT and the current Miss Tourism West Pokot County, ... Continue reading →