The University of Nairobi being a research intensive university generates a wide range of products and processes capable of being used in the society. The University therefore has created policies and mechanisms to engage the industry and society in order to move the research output to the society. One such engagement is a collaboration with SIMLAW Seeds limited for moving some new technologies in agriculture to farmers.
Sub-Saharan Africa remains so deprived today in which ethnic conflicts, civil wars or factional leadership struggles have completely destroyed the economic and political institutions. Some countries have however maintained progressive economic development albeit sluggishly. The promise of independence has not been realized. What went wrong? What is the way forward in Africa’s Development?
Zaka is on a journey to democratize Artificial Intelligence (AI) and is accepting nominations of student candidates for Zaka's AI Ready Academy in partnership with Microsoft. Faculty are welcome to nominate 10 students from UoN that will be given priority of acceptance into the program. Please send your nominations to email@example.com by Friday, November 20.
The Greenhorn Mentorship Program, in partnership with the Office of Career Services, cordially invites you to the Aspire Webinar Event 2020.The conference is themed: 'The Future is here: Tech and Social Media'. It will be held on 26th and 27th NOVEMBER; 2-4PM on both days.
Day one will be on social media. An in-depth discussion and reflection on our personal tech habits. How can you maximize social media to build your personal brand?
Has COVID-19 disrupted your teaching in mathematical programmes? Do you want to connect with the most powerful online mathematical tools and resources to enable you forge powerful ways of teaching and assessment of mathematical courses?
Then join our AfMS digital conference
Dates: 19-20 November, 2020
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The University of Nairobi has commenced the phased reopening of on-site learning for the rest of the school after final year's students resumed on October 5.
In an address on Friday, October 23, the Vice Chancellor Stephen Kiama announced that a section of the students would report on November 9.