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Cougars Gain Kenya Rugby Union Championship Promotion
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Cougars Gain Kenya Rugby Union Championship Promotion

File photo; Jubilant JKUAT Cougars celebrate after beating KCA university After a long wait, JKUAT Cougars have finally secured promotion to the Kenya Rugby Championship, ending a two-year wait for a chance to compete in the highly competitive league. JKUAT Cougars secured their spot after beating Moi Arsonists 15-11 in a semi-final pairing of the...

PAUSTI Admits 132 Graduate Students
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PAUSTI Admits 132 Graduate Students

PAUSTI Director, Prof. Magoma addresses the students during orientation. Listening on (from left) is Dr. Jane Ngethe, Prof. Robert Kinya, Mr. James Kiburi and Mr. Evans Atambo of the Ministry of Education The Pan African University Institute of Basic Sciences, Technology and Innovation (PAUSTI) domiciled at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) admitted...

JKUAT Staff Hold Thanksgiving service
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JKUAT Staff Hold Thanksgiving service

Staff members follow the service Prof. Victoria Wambui Ngumi has applauded the JKUAT community for their commitment to ensuring the University’s success. She emphasized that staff efforts have been instrumental in positioning the University as a major contributor in generating a pool of highly qualified personnel in various specialized areas. “I’d like to thank every...

Triumphant JKUAT Teams Boss KUSA Games
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Triumphant JKUAT Teams Boss KUSA Games

Handball team pose with their 1st place trophy The high flying Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) sporting teams dispatched rivals in the just concluded Kenya University Sports Associations games to win major trophies in all categories. The men’s handball team (tigers) broke the duck and bagged gold which had eluded them by...

JKUAT to offer Biomedical Engineering Course
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JKUAT to offer Biomedical Engineering Course

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology is set to foster Kenya’s healthcare capacity through training of biomedical engineers. The University is at an advanced stage of developing a curriculum for a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering course, which will soon be offered in the institution’s College of Engineering and Technology, at the School of Mechanical,...

World Bank Partners with JKUAT to Train on Sustainable Building
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World Bank Partners with JKUAT to Train on Sustainable Building

The World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC) has partnered with JKUAT’s College of Engineering and Technology (COETEC) to offer a Design for Greater Efficiency course, which gives a deep-dive into the concept of green buildings, the design process for efficiency, the business case for green buildings, among other critical areas. The practical and project-based short...

JKUAT and Passau University Fostering Academic Cooperation
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JKUAT and Passau University Fostering Academic Cooperation

JKUAT and DAAD teams in a commemorative photo The University of Passau, based in Germany, in collaboration with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), is currently exploring the possibility of a strategic partnership with Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT). Representatives of DAAD led by their Director Ms. Beate Schindler-Kovats and Programme Officer...

Prof. Mukulu: Three Decades of Illustrious Service to JKUAT
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Prof. Mukulu: Three Decades of Illustrious Service to JKUAT

Elegwa Mukulu, a professor of business and entrepreneurship, has officially retired after 30 years of illustrious service to JKUAT. The don held various positions in the university over the years; his final posting being the Principal of the College of Human Resource Development (COHRED), where he served for the last 9 years. Prof. Mukulu recalled...

HRIM Board Collaborates with JKUAT to Improve Health Records Program
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HRIM Board Collaborates with JKUAT to Improve Health Records Program

To fully develop the health records and information management profession, it is essential that students and professionals in this field remain updated on industry trends, best practices, and regulatory requirements. This was established during a consultative meeting between the Health Records and Information Management Board of Kenya (HRIM) and the faculty of the College of...

Ambassador Reaffirms Japan’s Support to JKUAT
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Ambassador Reaffirms Japan’s Support to JKUAT

Investment in human capacity development is vital for creating a country that is self-reliant and resilient. It empowers individuals and communities to be proactive in addressing their challenges and opportunities. These were the sentiments of the Ambassador of Japan to Kenya, Mr. Okaniwa Ken during an event at JKUAT to commemorate the 60th anniversary of...

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