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  • GROUND-BREAKING CEREMONY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF ULTRA-MODERN LIBRARY AT EGERTON UNIVERSITY

    A ground-breaking ceremony will take place on Thursday the 29th of June, 2017 at Njoro Campus where an ultra-modern library will be built. The construction of Egerton University Ultra-Modern Library comes at a time of rapidly increasing student population which currently stands at around 24,000, need for adequate infrastructure, creation of sufficient physical space, provision of sufficient and appropriate working environment for library staff.
  • World Bank Partnership
    The World Bank in partnership with three Kenyan universities launched Africa Centers of Excellence II (ACE II) on Tuesday, 4 April at Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi. The centers will cover three different areas namely Centre of Excellence on Sustainable Agriculture and Agribusiness Management (CESAAM) to be based at Egerton University, Sustainable Use of Insects as Food and Feed (INSEFOODS) at Jaramogi Odinga Oginga University of Science and Technology and Centre of excellence in Phytochemicals Textiles and Renewable Energy at Moi University.
  • DEPUTY VICE-CHANCELLOR (ACADEMIC AFFAIRS)

    Egerton University is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Alexander K. Kahi (Dr. sc. agr.) as the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs) with effect from 15th April, 2016.

     

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  • EGERTON UNIVERSITY IMPROVES ON WEB METRIC RANKINGS

  • VC INAUGURATION SPEECH

    INAUGURAL SPEECH BY PROF. ROSE AWOUR MWONYA DURING HER INSTALLATION AS THE 5TH  VICE-CHANCELLOR OF EGERTON UNIVERSITY ON FRIDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY 2016, AT THE EGERTON UNIVERSITY PAVILLION

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  • Researchers With Cheaper and Accessible Sources of Proteins

    A team of researchers from the Egerton University are working on promoting insects as food and feed as a source of protein in the country. The team, led by Dr John Nduko and Dr Anthony Kingori, is rearing grasshoppers and locusts to provide cheaper and easily accessible proteins while at the same time help combat malnutrition. The team started by collecting wild locusts from Nakuru and Baringo Counties and tried rearing them.
  • COLLABORATION BETWEEN EGERTON UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND LIVERPOOL SCHOOL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE.

    The Ministry of Health, Reproductive and Maternal Health services unit are working in partnership with Liverpool school of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) ‘Making it Happen’ (MiH) Program.  The programme aims to reduce maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity by increasing availability and improving the quality of Skilled Birth Attendance (SBA) and Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (EmONC) in Kenya.

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