University of Nairobi female students have been encouraged to take charge of their sexual life, focus on their goals and avoid messing up their lives while in campus.
The one day training for female students was organized by Women Students' Welfare Association (WOSWA) and was held atRead more
University of Nairobi students, pursuing Bachelor of Arts, Tourism mentored young boys from Young Life Africa Children’s Home, Ruiru, Nairobi. This was part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.
A section of teaching staff from the College of Health Sciences successfully finished a pedagogy, andragogy and mentorship training held from 27th to 29th May, 2019.
The 3-day workshop was conducted by the Centre for Pedagogy and Andragogy (CEPA)Read more
The College of Health Sciences (CHS) held a Capacity Building training for Corruption Prevention Committees and Integrity Assurance Officers on Monday, 8th April, 2019.
The workshop which was organized by the University of Nairobi in liason with the Ethics and Anti-CorruptionRead more
The newly elected leaders of the University of Nairobi Students Association (UNSA) gathered at the KCB Leadership Forum Centre in Karen for their induction. The event, organized by the Office of the Dean of Students, was aimed at orienting the leaders on their roles andRead more
The University of Nairobi has taken a bold step towards gender equity by establishing a Gender mainstreaming section and appointing Dr. Grace N. Kiringa as its head. The appointment, made by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Stephen Kiama, comes as a clear indication of the university's commitment toRead more
Lisa Wele, a Second-year student of the University of Nairobi, Faculty of Arts and social sciences is among the four Kenyan ladies listed for the upcoming Africa Festival of Table Tennis that is scheduled to take place from 1st may 2023 to 6th May 2023 at Kasarani. Lisa, who had recentlyRead more
The University of Nairobi Senate at its meeting held on January 14, 2022 resolved to hold an Annual UoN Compassion Day to sensitize the University community on the need to support the mostRead more