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.
To all staff on module II Programme wish to be funded by the employer for research and tuition, the scholarships are now open. To qualify for this opportunity, your area of study must be relevant to your profession under which you are mandated to execute at the University of Nairobi. The application forms are accessible via University intranet. Email your admission and appointment letter to email@example.com by 30th October 2020.
To UoN Staff with journal papers and wish to develop Policy brief issue, here is opportunity for you. Register for staff-training programme on Policy Brief Development The training will be conducted virtually on October 1st and 2nd 2020. Only 30 slots available. You application should reach the relevant office by 30th September, 2020
The Training will include:
The Chairman, LARMAT, Prof. Geofrey Kironchi assisted by Ms Carolyne Kyalo today 11th August 2020 Successfully defended 2019-2020 performance contract (PC) of the department via Google zoom. This rates department performance that fall under four key pillars set by the University of Nairobi. These are; Financial Stewardship and Discipline, Service Delivery, University Core Mandate (projects “Big Four” Initiatives, Projects/Programmes aligned to SDGs, SPS and SP) and other crosscutting issues within growth of the varsity.
Are students, staff, parent, stakeholders, guardian or Mentor never look down to your carrier path? As all has been examined and will be examined in future, this is an opportunity for you and circle of your mentorship. Unilever Academy Webinars in Partnership with the University of Nairobi invites you to Pre-Exam Webinar session on Friday July 17, 2020 from 2.00 – 3.00pm. The session aims at giving you tips as you prepare adequately for your Exams. Do not miss.
On Thursday, 11th June 2020, over 118 University of Nairobi staff drawn from the 6 campuses were trained on use of google classroom for online exam preparation, processing and administration amid Covid-19 pandemic. The training was comprehensive and demonstrated understanding that this can be implemented with efforts of both lectures and students. However, this requires further scrutiny and training to fully understand the system with support of UoN Examination Centre personnel(s).