On 23rd September, 2022, The Chancellor ,University of Nairobi will confer degree and Diplomas at Taifa Hall. The congregation will be held virtually via www.uonbi.ac.ke/livestream, youtube channel- University of Nairobi, facebook page. Only 200 persons will access the graduation hall. All participants are advised to strictly observe Covid-19 Protocols.
For information download graduation circular.
Congratulations class of 2022
The National Government of Kenya has unveiled a five-year Strategic Plan to manage and develop grassland and rangeland. State Department for Livestock Principal Secretary, Harry Kimtai, launched the Strategic Plan, which will be implemented in collaboration with key stakeholders, under the newly formed Grassland and Rangeland Society of Kenya (GRASK) under chairperson of Prof.
The Agroecology and Agrobiodiversity Training Course (AATC) is a 4.5 weeks training course that exposes university students to the fundamentals of agroecology and agrobiodiversity (AA). It develops an in-depth understanding of the challenges of current food systems and the application of the principles and practices of agroecology among students working with practitioners, researchers, policymakers, and other actors in the agriculture sector.
University of Nairobi invites eligible applicants to apply for 2022/2023 UoN Scholarships. See attached guidelines. The applications are open only to applicants for the September 2022 intake.
Submit application documents to Dean of your respective faculty by 23rd September, 2022.
The following students: Ms. Naomi, Chepsug from Egerton University undertaking degree in Animal Nutrition and Ms. Damaris Kikwai from Maseno University pursuing degree in Animal Science Are recruited interns under the Kenyan component of NEADAP (Netherlands - East Africa Dairy Partnership) project, run by a partnership between SNV Kenya and Wageningen University & Research Netherlands.
Dr Oscar K. Koech from University of Nairobi, Department of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology (LARMAT) believes there’s reason for the oil retailing at such exorbitant price from Moringa tree. “Maybe they are following some of the benefits of the ingredients in terms of diet or the components of health that is in the oil,” he says. One litre of oil extracted from moringa seeds costs Sh 8,000 at Emuka Moringa Farmers’ Cooperative Society Shop, located in Emali town, Makueni County.
We are pleased to announce call for applications for undergraduate students in third year of study in East African universities. This will be a blended training via online, face to face lectures and field based practical sessions on Agroecology and Agrobiodiversity (AA).
The training will take place from 14th August to 9th September 2022
Deadline for application will be on Thursday, 14th July 2022