The department of Biology invites you to a blue economy webinar with the theme: Covid-19 Pandemic and the Blue Economy: Challenges and Prospects for Recovery and Resilience
the guest speaker will be the Vice Chancellor Prof. Kiama
Day: Thursday, May 19, 2022
Time: 10.00 am - 1.00 pm
Register to attend
A total of 275 students were awarded various prizes from donors during the 3rd Prize Presentation Ceremony held on Friday, May 6, 2022
a total of 474 awards that ranged from gold medals, cash prizes and trophies from over 100 donors and partners were awarded to the students from 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 academic years.
The University of Nairobi will hold its annual Open Day on Thursday and Friday, May 5-6, 2022. The Open day theme is, 'Innovation for Transformation and Impact to Society'
Open day is an opportunity for prospective students and guardians to interact with the University staff, learn more about the programmes offered from each faculty and their career paths.
There are webinars organized for the two days by all the faculties.
DATE: 26th-28th April 2022
VENUE: great Court, Hyslop Parking, Main Campus
In the previous edition of the Nairobi Innovation Week, we managed to attract 2000+ delegates and 150+ exhibitors to the event. This is a very important event in the University of Nairobi calendar and your participation will be appreciated. Kindly register your name in the appropriate category.
March 23rd 2022 was a big day for all staff both teaching and non-teaching members as they celebrated the 17th cycle of the staff contracting and recognition awards
The annual event seeks to recognize and award exemplary staff and longevity of service to the University. The performance management system is a system set in place to help in getting better results from an organization, teams and individuals.
The Nairobi Innovation Week (NIW) is an annual event for celebrating local and international innovation
The Nairobi Innovation Week 2022 theme is “Innovation for Transformation and Impact in the society.”
Date: April 26 to 28, 2022
Duration: 3 days
Venue: Great Court, Main Campus, University of Nairobi
Prof. Jacob O. Midiwo will be giving a public lecture on his journey as a researcher in Natural Products Chemistry. Prof Midowo's topic will be on “Secondary metabolites from African medicinal plants: chemotaxonomic markers and potential prototypes of medicines for neglected tropical diseases
The lecture will take place on Friday, 18th February 2022 at Millenium Hall 1 from 11.30 AM – 1.45 PM
Two University of Nairobi students Christine Wambui Wanjau and Gloria Keya Kaleha were part of the creative force that won The 2021 Microsoft Student Hackathon competition. The four-member team created a rapid response deforestation sensor called Forest Guard powered by Microsoft Azure and IoT Technologies.