Mr. Richard Osaliya successfully defended his PhD thesis titled: “Impact of Land Use/Cover and Climate Change on Surface Water Resources in Semi-Arid Lokok and Lokere Catchments, Uganda” during a virtual oral examination convened by the Faculty of Agriculture on November 3, 2021. Richard was registered in the Department of Land Resource Management & Agricultural Technology (LARMAT). Dr. Oliver Vivian Wasonga (LARMAT), Prof.
Masters of Science and Doctor of Philosophy students pursuing various degree programmes in this department virtually presented their research proposals to their fellow students and supervisors. According to UoN graduate school guidelines, all postgraduate students must produce progress report and this can be possible if their research work is shared and presented to supervisors and any other invited actor. Over 27 participants were in attendance. Their supervisors were impressed on improved research work enhanced by presentation skills.
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 Friday 25th September, 2020 you will be conferred you’re Degrees. Graduands get ready, as you will receive this in style. Virtual graduation to celebrate fruits of your labour and official handed over to the job market. Your Degree is relevant and you have all reasons to be proud of your hard work. This marks end of your degree levels at the University of Nairobi (UoN) for BSC and MSC students. We encourage you to consider UoN as the next level of academic growth.
This briefing paper was authored by Philemon O. Ngasike-A PhD student in Dryland Resource Management in LARMAT, It summarizes key findings produced during a stakeholder workshop entitled ‘Devolution and its Impacts on Livestock Trade in Northern Kenya’ held in Nairobi on 29 October 2019. County, national and international policymakers and practitioners attended the workshop.
On 20th December 2019, department of LARMAT produced several postgraduate and undergraduate students in various SDGs disciplines. These thematic clusters includes, Dryland Resource Management, Land Resources major, Range Management, Management of Agro-ecosystems, Soil science. In the upcoming graduations, we expect studies completion rate increase as most of students have defended their thesis. In solidarity, we believe you have gained a lot from your alma mater.