College of Biological and Physical Sciences Registrar, Mr. Mbali receives   students Certificates of participation from the trainer, Ms. Joyce. Looking on are other staff members and students during the Leadership Training held at Tigoni Guest House, Limuru



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Graduation Square
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The Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) and its Steering Committee members, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the World Bank, has accepted the Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation as a GGKP Knowledge Partner

The GGKP is a global partnership of leading international organisations, research institutes and think tanks focused on:



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Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation
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The College of Biological and Physical Sciences has scored top position, beating five Colleges to its first rank status in the Performance Contract 2015/2016.

The College's first position is based on targets set every year, running from 1st July- 30th June. The targets are based on seven categories, among them: Service delivery, Operations, Financial and Non-financial stewardship, National cohesion and national values and Corruption eradication. The College was previously ranked position two in 2014/2015 Performance Contract. 

Principal College of Biological and Physical Sciences, Prof. Bernard Aduda (right) signs School of Computing and Informatics 2014/2015 Performance Contract with former School of Computing Director, Prof. William Okelo-Odongo picture/file



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Graduation Square
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Conference on Global  and Regional Indicators for Elnino and Lanina  Predictions in Ethiopia by Dr.Mutemi.



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Ethiopia
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C4DLab has held its graduation ceremony to usher out several startups after successfully completing their incubation period. The ceremony was attended by Dr. Tonny Omwansa, Director for C4DLab and Prof. Timothy Waema at C4DLab.



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UoN Towers and Villa Rosa Kempinski
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