Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Chancellor Prof. Geoffrey Moriaso Ole Maloiy will represent Kenya to the International Congress on Arts, Communications, Science and Technology to be held at the Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, England.
The Congress, organized by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, starting from September 1-6, 2014, will bring together individuals whose professional accomplishments, ideas and talents will be shared with other participants during a round table discussion.
A press release from the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, states that during the Congress, an International Gallery will also be opened during the entire week where display of delegates’ art, papers, books, and other creative works will be showcased.
The goal of the International Congress is to serve as a platform for the melding of experiences and accomplishments for the betterment of all nations and societies. Among the topics to be discussed during the International Congress include; education, technology, science, international issues, health, publishing, the arts, among others.
The International Biographical Centre, publishers of global who’s who volumes, has so far hosted over 35 such annual events.
Prof. Maloiy, an accomplished physiologist of global repute is credited for becoming the first Kenyan to earn a DSc degree of Aberdeen University in Comparative Animal Physiology and Metabolism, as well as the first African to be appointed Senior Research Officer and head of animal Physiology Division at the East African Veterinary Research Organization, Muguga, Kenya.
He is currently serving as Professor of Animal Physiology, University of Nairobi, and Director of Science, Institute of Animal Physiology and Biotechnology Research in the same University.
Prof. Maloiy was recently awarded an honorary doctorate degree of Science in Comparative and Integrative Physiology by JKUAT.