PPP Hostels Project
Kenyatta University, like other public universities, has had challenges with students residing outside the University due to security issues and the students not being able to fully access services offered at the University such as libraries, computer labs and recreation facilities that add to the quality of campus life. The signing of the agreement towards realization of the PPP Hostels Project comes after the Cabinet approval on 21st May 2015. << More on the PPP Hostels Project>>
The 30th Postgraduate Seminar - 2015
Invites The Policy Makers, Stakeholders, Sponsors And General Public To The 30th Postgraduate Seminar - 2015
The Postgraduate Students Graduating In The Forthcoming 38th Graduation Ceremony Would Be Sharing Research Findings With Their Peers And Other Stake Holders. Through This Dissemination Of Findings You Will Get An Opportunity To Access The Latest Developments In Research From Various Areas Of Expertise.
Masters’ Presentations: Tuesday 23rd June, To Friday 26th June, 2015
These Will Be Done Under Three Broad Thematic Areas In Different Days As:
Wednesday, 1st July, 2015 - Education
Thursday, 2nd July, 2015 - Pure And Applied Sciences, Applied Human Sciences, Environmental Studies, Agriculture And Enterprise Development,Public Health, Hospitality And Tourism
Friday, 3rd July, 2015 - Humanities & Social Sciences,Business And Economics
Venue: Business And Students’ Services Centre
Time: 9.00 A.M. – 5.00 P.M.
Theme: Spearheading Economic Growth Through Research
AWARD OF CARNEGIE AFRICAN DIASPORA FELLOWSHIP TO A KU ALUMNI
It is with great pleasure that I announce the award of a Fellowship to Dr. Moses Keya Ochanji of the School of Education at California State University San Marcos, USA, who is an alumni of Kenyatta University. He was awarded the Fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program, to travel to Kenya to work with Kenyatta University on:Developing Online Curriculum and Materials for the Teacher Professional Development Program.
Dr. Ochanji will work with Professor Agnes W. Gathumbi, the Director of International Programs and Collaborations, and Prof. Henry O. Ayot, the Director for Teacher Professional Development at Kenyatta University, to develop fully online learning units for the courses offered for the teacher professional development program, aimed at benefiting thousands of practicing teachers employed by the Kenya Teacher’s Service Commission. As part of the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship program, Dr. Ochanji and Prof. Gathumbi will also explore ways of establishing long–term collaboration between their two institutions.
The project at Kenyatta University is one of 59 projects that will pair African Diaspora scholars with higher education institutions in Africa, to collaborate on a range of fields across the arts andhumanities, social sciences, education, sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics. This innovative Fellowship program facilitates engagement between scholars born in Africa who arenow based in the United States or Canada, and scholars in Africa, on mutually beneficial academic activities. The exchanges are grounded in equality, and they contribute to brain circulation and global networking of ideas, creating new knowledge in a non-hierarchical empirical manner. The various projects contribute to rethinking the epistemologies of knowledge.
The host universities in the winning projects in this second round of awards include:
Ghana: Central University College, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration,Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, University of Education, Winneba,University of Energy and Natural Resources.
Kenya: Daystar University, Kenyatta University, Kisii University, Moi University, The Technical University of Kenya, University of Kabianga, University of Nairobi, United States International University.
Nigeria: Abia State University , Caleb University, Covenant University, Cross River University of Technology, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Federal University Lokoja, Federal University for Technology Akure, Federal University of Technology Oweri, Kaduna State University, National Open University of Nigeria, ObafemiAwolowo University, University of Benin, University of Ibadan, University of Ilorin, University of Jos, University of Lagos,University of Nigeria Nsukka, University of Port Harcourt, University of Uyo;
South Africa:Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Stellenbosch University, University of Cape Town,University of Johannesburg, University of Pretoria, University of South Africa, University of theWestern Cape, University of the Witwatersrand.
Tanzania: Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College, Muslim University of Morogoro, The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology; Uganda: LivingStone International University, Makerere University, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda Technology and Management University.
We congratulate Dr. Ochanji for winning the award and welcome him to Kenyatta University
Prof. Agnes Gathumbi
Director, Center for International Programmes and Collaborations
Official Signing of Agreement Between Africa Integras and Kenyatta University Towards PPP Hostels Project.
Kenyatta University will be officially signing an agreement with Africa Integras towards Kenyatta University’s Public Private Partnership (PPP) Hostels Project. The event will take place on Friday 19th June, 2015 at the Main Campus, Central Administration Complex, 6th Floor at 9.00 a.m.
The joint agreement to be signed will see construction of 10,000 capacity hostels at the University’s Main Campus. These will be inclusive of special units for Postgraduate Students as well as married students.
The event brings together various stakeholders from the Government of Kenya, Consulting firms, Africa Integras, Kenyatta University, among others.
The purpose of this letter is to invite you to cover this important event as the university takes leadership to be the first public institution to actualize the 2013 PPP Act