Despite having been indefinitely closed down by the Government, Learning Institutions have been witnessed to be on the receiving end as far as dealing with the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic is concerned. Both the Administration, Teaching and Non-Teaching personnel were in one way or another caught off-guard as they struggled to put measures in place to adjust to the new norm.
The University of Nairobi in Collaboration with the African Development Bank and Education for Sustainable Development in Africa (ESDA) is pleased to invite you to the African symposium on higher education, whose theme is: Strengthening the Role of Universities to Produce Home grown Solutions to Africa’s Development Challenges.
The University of Nairobi’s Staff Members and students were on Friday January 15, 2021 afternoon encouraged to appreciate the virtue of restoration and acknowledge the presence of God in everything they do. The Inter-Faith University Prayer Day which was dubbed “The Virtual Interfaith University Prayer Day, 2021”, organized by the Office of the Dean of Students was moderated by the three University Chaplains, Catholic, Muslims and Protestants.
The University of Nairobi on Friday January 29, 2021 held a Performance Contracting Award Ceremony in Taifa Hall. The event was aimed at rewarding and celebrating the best performing Units and Departments for the period 2019 - 2020 as well as encourage those lagging behind in the spirit of excellence as the University celebrates the 50 years of existence.
The University of Nairobi community is celebrating one student, Ferdinand Omanyala who ran the 100 metres race in 10.11 seconds on Saturday Jan 23, 2021 at the Nyayo National Stadium. He clocked the fastest time in Kenya in the race in the second leg of Athletics Kenya Relays Series.
Photo courtesy of Nation:Ferdinand Omanyala