UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

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Research

The vision, mission and core values of the University demonstrates the importance placed upon research activities within the University. Find out more below.

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Colleges

As a result of rapid expansion and complexities in administration, the university has a decentralized administration composed of six campus colleges headed by principals.

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Support us in the youth entrepreneurial competition

Students from the University of Nairobi in collaboration with other students from neighboring universities united to form Youth L.I.T.E Kenya, an initiative that aims to address youth unemployment and support community development practices within the country.
 
Our idea of addressing youth unemployment through on the job experiences was nominated for the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition- an international contest launched by The Goi Peace Foundation, Stiftung Entrepreneurship (Berlin) and UNESCO.
 
The idea with the most votes become finalist and stand to win either of 1st, 2nd 3rd or people's choice position and a trip to Berlin to present the idea during the final ceremony.
 
Voting as well as details about the idea can be done through this link
 
We appreciate efforts to help us reach our 10000 votes goal!!
Let us all vote!
 
Thank you.
 
Youth LITE Communication team
 

Invitation to the School of Pharmacy Building Project (Dawa Bora, Afya Bora) Fundraising Dinner

This is to warmly invite you to the School of Pharmacy Building Project (Dawa Bora, Afya Bora) Fundraising Dinner to be held on Friday 25th April 2014 at Laico Regency Hotel starting 6.30 p.m. See the attached e-card for more information and the bank details for the Project are as follows:-
 
Account Name: UON – School of Pharmacy Infrastructure Fund
Account No:      0810262268556
Bank Name:      Equity Bank
Branch:               Equity Supreme Centre – Upper Hill
Swift Code:        EQBLKENA
MPESA Equity Pay bill:               247247 – (Lipa Na MPESA option)
 
Please Support the School of Pharmacy to realize this dream project which will ultimately boost the image of the entire University.
 
Evidence of payments made should be forwarded to the following designated contacts for documentation, acknowledgement and reservation of a Dinner
Card:-
 
Office Cell phone - (0771946687); Dean – (0722636427); Esther K. Mwanzia  (072267165)
 
You may also call any of the contacts and request for cards to be delivered to you directly.
 
We look forward to your generous support for this project.
 

Students challenged to engage in research

Students have been challenged to engage in meaningful research activities geared towards addressing some of the challenges facing the continent in this century. This was said Deputy Ambassador of Japan to Kenya, H.E. Yoichiro Yamada, when students from University of Nairobi Political Science Students' Association (NUPOSA) paid a courtesy visit to the Japanese Embassy.

The Deputy Ambassador noted that younger generation lacked interest in research studies, terming it as a reserve for their predecessors. He said that this was a dangerous trend that needed to be addressed, calling upon established researchers to mentor students.

During the interactive visit, the political science students learnt about the ongoing projects by Japan in Kenya and the southern countries. Issues of global peace, security and corporation by Japan globally, the history of Japan including the Hiroshima and Nagasaki incidents were also discussed. In matters education, the members of staff from the Embassy shared with the students, the different scholarship and career opportunities in various fields that Japan has to offer.

The students were accompanied by their lecturer, Dr. George Katete.

The Native Son: Experiences of a Kenyan Entrepreneur

The Native Son: Experiences of a Kenyan Entrepreneur is a celebration of the spirit of free enterprise; an insight into the policies and philosophies that drive business, trade, industry, and enterprise in local and global economies. The memoirs give testimony to the extent to which Dr Joseph Barrage Wanjui’s life in the corporate world is intertwined with Kenya’s economic path since independence. In the book, he speaks up for the best of what multinational corporations have to offer and revels in the joys of fatherhood.

The book is a riveting read. All generations will be provoked and stimulated by Dr Wanjui’s narrative written in easy to read language. Contemporaries will retrace their own lives as they walk with him through colonialism to independence; from the nation-building years of Kenyatta through the challenges of the Nyayo Era to the eventual rebuilding of the country’s hopes under President Mwai Kibaki. In the academia, the work is relevant to scholars in business studies, political science, history, education, and literature.