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C4DLab is offering a 3-4 month paid internship for up to 20 students. If you are computer literate, good in communication, interested and available visit C4DLab in Chiromo before 5pm on Wednesday May 30th and talk to Charles Katua (0720650592) to give you an application form.

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University of Nairobi Management Board organized a farewell luncheon for outgoing Principal, CHS, Prof. Isaac Kibwage on Wednesday, May, 31, 2017.

During the luncheon, Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi, described Prof. Kibwage as a ‘good stock that the University of Nairobi will be taking to Egerton University. He is experienced and has commitment to serve.’ The Vice-Chancellor as well urged the Acting Principal, Prof. Fredrick Were to maintain the good record that has been set by the outgoing Principal.

Speaker after speaker described Prof. Kibwage as “capable manger, efficient and effective leader who has served the University community well over the last 10 years as College Principal.” Prof. Isaac Mbeche, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Student Affairs and Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration and Finance, noted that Prof. Kibwage will be remembered fondly for his exemplary service.

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Dear All,

Earlier in the year, C4DLab launched a Bike sharing program

( and piloted it for 2 months. A number of lessons were learned through the pilot. We then took a break to assess our experiences and reflect on what we have learned.

The concept is still at very initial stages and we are exploring resources to automate it, increase the number of docking stations and enhance the infrastructure that enables safe riding.

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“We are now focusing on getting faculty graduate with PhDs through cutting edge research that will lead to innovations and patents,” said Prof. James Machoki, Director, UNITID. “We continue to apply for research grants and scholarships for this.”

Prof. Machoki was speaking at a meeting where the Vice-Provost for Global Affairs, Washington University, Jeffrey Riedinger paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor, University of Nairobi, Prof. Peter Mbithi on May 23, 2017.

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The two day Conference which drew participants from 50 public and private universities had the theme “the role of student leaders in a sustainable culture of peace and security in Kenya.
Speaking during the opening ceremony, Prof. Judith Bahemuka the UNESCO/UNITWIN Chair, who were the organizers of the Conference, , noted that the universities have been recognized  as fore in  promoting a culture for peaceful co-existence and to ensure that the community has responsible citizens. Universities are central to peace building and sustainable security through engagement in critical research that bridges the gap between research, policy and practice and the development of a curriculum to address peace and security.
The University of Nairobi’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi observed that one major challenge facing our universities and the country in general is radicalization of youth.  The output of radicalization is extreme violence, and at times terrorism.  This is an area where Universities have to vigorously counter, with knowledge, technology and determination, all attempts to radicalize our youth in order to secure our country and national institutions.  The other challenge is the increase in cyber crime.  The pain experienced by ordinary Kenyan citizens due to cyber bullying, misguided information, and down-right stealing of funds from banks and other financial institutions can be minimized if the universities, particularly, the students, can play their part.

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