You can Nominate Yourself for Turnitin Global Innovation Awards 2016
Students and academic staff can nominate themselves or others who have demonstrated integrity in academic writing. Turnitin, a plagiarism monitoring software for assignments, projects and theses, has revealed in their website.
The School of Computing and Informatics and Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation are pleased to invite applications for April/May 2016 intakes.
Deadline for applications to the following programs is March 11, 2016
Bachelor of Science School of Computing and Informatics
Master of Sciences Applied Computing
The principal chairing the procurement commitee in the boardroom, the need for paper
will be eliminated as last minute changes will be disseminated instantly through real time
Prof. Shem Wandiga with delegates from University of Helsinki and College of Biological and Physical Sciences staff
A team from University of Helsinki, Finland visited the College of Biological and Physical Sciences as part of their mission to strengthen cooperation. The team had earlier visited the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi where the two institutions renewed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was initially signed in 2011. Prof. Petri Pellikka, Faculty of Science, University of Helsinki, whose interest is centered on the impact of land cover change on livelihoods, was happy to get an opportunity to visit the College and was eager to see ties between the two universities deepen for mutual benefit.
Ms. Unelker Maoga, a 2nd-year student studying Environmental Science in the School of Biological Sciences, University of Nairobi
Mathew Egessa, Lead innovator of FAmaliA SMS Based application and Lead Events, Dissemination and Publications at Computing for Development Lab (C4DLab) engages Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi, University of Nairobi at the University's Open Day held from May 26-28th 2016
Great Court-Main Campus, University of Nairobi
Innovation showcased at the College of Biological and Physical Sciences stand during Nairobi Innovation Week 1st-5th August 2016
The University of Nairobi will receive an increase of innovation capitation of Ksh. 100 million to cater for the Annual Innovation Week in 2017.