Two students, Brian Oginga and Ruth Basweti (Bsc Management of Agroecosystems - Class of 2020) made a courtesy call to the department on 28th October, 2021. They had been selected for the 11 months internship in Israel under the AICAT (Arava International Centre for Agriculture Training) Internship 2020/2021. They form part of the 50 UoN students that left for Israel on 30th October 2021.
Staff and postgraduate students from Department of Land Resource Management and agricultural technology (LAMAT) today 25th October, 2021 joined the world in the ongoing joint International Grassland and Rangeland congress. The theme of the Congress is “Sustainable Use of Grassland and Rangeland Resources for Improved Livelihoods.”
Elizabeth Githendu and Solomon Mugi, both students from the Department of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology (LARMAT), pursuing MSC in Range Management, University of Nairobi participated in the Emerging Scientist 2021 two week training which was conducted in Maasai Mara, Narok County between September 15, 2021 and September 26, 2021. The training involved hands-on research design, data collection, data analysis, and presentation of research findings.
Staff and Students from the Faculty of Agriculture and Faculty of Vet Medicine held a luncheon party in victory of Prof. George Karuku Professorship.He is now an Associate Professor in LARMAT.
Congratulations Prof.as LARMAT family we are proud of you.
You are invited to celebrate UON academic excellence tomorrow on 7th May 2021 from 9.00am. These are outstanding students from 2017- 2019.
Several students from the faculty of Agriculture scooped various Awards inclusive of Students in Dept. of LARMAT who won "Overall student in the college in the year 2018/ 2019" and "Best final students in the faculties" Categories
Congratulations to all for the your exemplary performance
The principal of scientific research is research gap, problem of statement, a well-framed conceptual framework, and study design guided by the study objectives that corresponds to hypotheses. Today 26th November, 2020 5(five) Masters of Science students undertaking MSc in Land and Water Management, MSc in Management of Agroecosystem and Environment and MSc in Agroforestry virtually presented their research projects to their fellow students and supervisors. Dr. George Karuku, coordinated the exercise.
The following Postgraduate students are among Graduands from the Department of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology (LARMAT), CAVS cleared by the University of Nairobi Graduate School and given letters of Award for their respective degrees to graduate in the 63rd UoN Graduation. The degrees will be conferred on 25th September 2020. We congratulate you in your achievement. These are:.
1. Mr.Ahmed Mohamed Musa
On 31st August 2020 marks your first step in a higher learning institution. We welcome you at this prestigious University. Unlike other registration and mode of teaching delivery process, due to Covid-19 Pandemic period, teaching will be conducted virtually. We encourage everyone to embrace technology. Have your learning gadgets and accessories ready not to miss any class.