Invited Guest Speaker At International Conferences

  • 2008: Guest Speaker and Visiting Lecturer at the School of Human Environmental Sciences in Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA on 9th-16th March, 2008.
  • 2004: Guest Speaker at the American National Council of Family Relations 66th Annual Conference held at the Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, Florida, USA on 17th-20th November, 2004.
  • 1994: Guest Speaker and Visiting Lecturer at the Department of Food and Consumer Technology at the Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom in 1st 30th November, 1994.

International Awards And Recognition

  • 2008.International Young Scholar Award by the American Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA).
  • 2008.Visiting Scholar at the Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA
  • 2004.Committee Member, International Section of the American National Council of Family Relations.
  • 2004.International Guest Speaker at the National Council of Family Relations 66th Annual Conference held at the Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, Florida, USA on 17th-20th November, 2004.
  • 2003.International Reviewer for the American Journal of Marriage and Family Review.
  • 2003-2004.International Mentor and Postgraduate Supervisor for the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
  • 1992.Beatrice Paolucci Memorial Scholarship Award at Michigan State University, USA.
  • 1991.Kappa Omicron Nu: American National Home Economics Honor Society
  • 1990.Phi Beta Delta: American Honor Society for International Scholars
  • 1990.Candace & W.B. Thoman Fellow Award at Michigan State University, USA
  • 1994.Visiting Scholar at The Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • 1989-1993:Thomas Jefferson fellowship Award by USAID to pursue a PhD degree at Michigan State University, USA.
  • 1984-1985:African Fellowship Graduate Award by USAID to pursue a Masters degree at Michigan State University, USA.

Contribution To International Academic Linkages

  • 2012: Contribution to the development of a joint institutional proposal on Universities as agents of change in sustainable development in Kenya. International Academic linkage between Kenyatta University and University of Prince Edward Island (Canada) submitted to CIDA, Canada.
  • 2011: Contribution to the development and implementation of the Kenyatta University/University of Prince Edward Island (Canada) Academic Link with Charleen VanLeeuwen.
  • 2007: Contribution to the development and implementation of the Kenyatta University/Portland State University (USA) academic Link with Dr. Carol Morgaine.
  • 2003-2006:Initiated, developed and implemented the Kenyatta University and University of Nevada (USA) academic Link with Prof. Stephan M. Wilson.
  • 2000-2003:Initiated, developed and implemented the Kenyatta University and University of Kentucky (USA) academic Link with Prof. Stephan M. Wilson.
  • 1990-1994:Contribution to the development of an institutional proposal for staff development and faculty exchange between Kenyatta University and Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, funded by ODA and British Council.
  • 1989-1996: Contribution to the development of an institutional proposal for staff development between Kenyatta University and University of Alberta, Canada, funded by CIDA.
  • 1989:Contribution to the development of an institutional proposal on the establishment of Child Care and Family Education Unit, Faculty of Home Economics at Kenyatta university, funded by UNICEF.
  • 1989:Contribution to the development of an institutional proposal for capacity building in Home Economics at Kenyatta University, funded by UNESCO.

Prof Agina Okello

Prof. Bonaventure Michael Okello Agina

Executive Dean School of Health Sciences

 Dr Gladys Mwangi

Dr. Gladys Wangechi Mwangi

Deputy Executive Dean School of Health Sciences


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