10 JKUAT Students to Benefit from IVAC Program

10 JKUAT Students to Benefit from IVAC Program

Ten students of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology are set to benefit from the International Virtual Academic Collaboration (IVAC) initiative. Under the project dubbed ‘Training Twins in Applied Neuroscience’, the initiative presents a unique approach to empowering undergraduate students in the field of Applied Neuroscience in Exercise and Therapy.

Speaking during an engagement forum organized by the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences to recruit students to the program, Dr. Matheri Mwangi intimated that the ten students will be selected from a pool of 31 students from the College of Health Sciences who expressed interest in joining the program.

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