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TWO-DAY DEPARTMENTAL ACCELERATED CURRICULUM REVIEW

Lectures of this department on 16th and 19th July  held an intensive 2 days discussion on curriculum review of all course taught in the Dept.of LARMAT. The aim of review is to reduce major overlaps of course contents and Descriptions with focus on Curriculum Rationale and Philosophy.

It was discovered some courses codes conflicts with other departments i.e. Department of Agricultural Economics.The Chairman from the two departments and the concerned lecturers to resolve.

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI SEPTEMBER INTAKE ON PROGRESS

Apply for programmes (Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate degrees) offered in this department  for the September intake 2021.

To register, click links below for  each course of your choice

  1. Bachelor Science in Range Management

  2. Bachelor of Science  in Management of Agroecosystems and  Environment

OCEAN ECOSYSTEM- MANGROVE RESTORATION IN KENYA WEBINAR LED BY UON _ LARMAT ALUMNI

The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 2021- 2030 as the decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable development. This becomes more powerful together with the decade on Ecosystem Restoration. Join us today in the time Slot 6 (time 1pm EAT) as we participate in our first Virtual Conference of the Early  Career Ocean Professionals #ECOPs to discuss matters; Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.

LARMAT RANKED 7 AS BEST TEACHING DEPARTMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

Out of 66 teaching Department, Department of Land Resources Management and Agricultural Technology (LARMAT) was Ranked no. 7 in the year 2019-2020 University of Nairobi Performance Contract. The LARMAT scored 2.8874 a very good score with highest department scoring 2.6258. LARMAT scores pushed Faculty of Agriculture to  Position Number 2 as best teaching Faculty at the Varsity.

MSC STUDENT SHINES-2020 AFRICA YOUTH AWARDS NOMINEES FOR AWARD FOR AGRICULTURE

Claire Nasike Akello is a Masters student persuing Management of Agroecosystems and Environment in the Department of LARMAT. She has been nominated as one of youth doing an outstanding work in the agricultural sector.

Please spare a minute and vote for her. She is placed under the agriculture category.

PHD AND MSC STUDENTS TO BE CONFERRED DEGREES IN THE UON 63RD GRADUATION CEREMONY

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

PhD STUDENT SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDED HER RESEARCH PROPOSAL

On 10th September 2020, A PhD student, Joyce Aguk in the department of LARMAT defended her research proposal to the Faculty of Agriculture Board of Examiners chaired by Prof. James Muthomi. She is undertaking PhD in Soil science under Supervision of Prof. Richard Onwonga and Prof. George Chemining’wa.

SHARPEN YOUR SKILLS ON ONLINE TEACHING AND LEANING

Prof. Richard Onwonga from this department is among 78 participants from African Universities being trained in Transformative pedagogue online. He was nominated by the college of Agriculture and veterinary sciences. The course will run for four weeks starting from September 7th to 24th, 2020 and is being facilitated by the Pedagogical Leadership in Africa (PedaL). The training was officially opened by the Vice Chancellor, University of Nairobi, Prof.