David Nderitu

 

 

David Nderitu

Egerton University

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Department of Philosophy, History and Religion

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Education

2013-todate

Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy

Moi University, Eldoret-Kenya

2010- To date

Master of Science in International Research Ethics

Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

2008 – 2011

Master of Philosophy Degree in Philosophy

Moi University, Eldoret Kenya

Sept- Oct 2011

Certificate of Practicum in Research Ethics

Indiana University Center for Bioethics-Indiana USA

Sept 2012

Certificate of Research Coordinator Education

Program Indiana University School of Nursing-Indiana USA

2003 – 2006

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy

Pontifical Urbaniana University, Rome

2003 – 2006

Diploma in Philosophy and Religious Studies

Consolata Institute of Philosophy, Nairobi-Kenya

1997 - 2000

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education(KCSE)

Eldoret Harambee Secondary, Eldoret-Kenya

1989 - 1996

Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE )

G.K. Prisons Primary School, Eldoret

Work experience

Sept 2014-To date

Egerton University – Assistant Lecturer-Philosophy

Nov 2012 To date

Moi University- External Part-time Lecturer

Jan-April 2012

Laikipia University- External Part-time Lecturer

Dec 2011-May 2012

EldoGADnet- Co-researcher in a research project

Dec 2011

Africa Christian Initiation Program Eldoret -Education of initiates

Feb 2007-Aug 2008

Good Samaritan High School, Nairobi, Kenya Teaching: History & Religion

Books, Papers Published in Refereed Journals

1.

Nderitu D., Shitemi N., and Kamaara E. (2013). Is there “Therapeutic Misconception” in HIV/AIDS and Clinical Research in Western Kenya? Journal of AIDS and clinical Research 4: 225. doi:10.4172/2155-6113.1000225

2.

Wahome, M. P.N & Nderitu, D., Ethical Implications in Medical Research. A Chapter in a book entitled, “Contemporary Issues in Philosophy, Religion and Theology” eds. J.K. Kahiga and M. N. Wanyama. Eldoret: Utafiti Foundations, 2013

3.

Nderitu, D., Knowledge is Virtue no more: The Case of Contemporary Kenyan ‘Educated’. A Chapter in a book entitled, “Contemporary Issues in Philosophy, Religion and Theology” eds. J.K. Kahiga and M. N. Wanyama. Eldoret: Utafiti Foundations, 2013

4.

Nderitu D., Mungiki: Wanjiku Expression of Self. A Chapter in a book entitled, “Wanjiku: A Kenyan socio-political Discourse” eds. Naomi L. Shitemi and Eunice Kamaara. Contact Zones Nairobi, Goethe Institut, Kenya, 2014

Graduate Students Supervision – MA & Ph.D

1.

None

Conference proceedings and workshop attended

1.

Ethnicity in the City: The Urban Youth at Crossroads or a Ray of Hope for Negative Ethnicity in Kenya?- MU-IUPUI Symposium on Peace, May 2010.

2.

Post Election Violence in Kenya: Mending the Scars Though Leisure Activities among the Youth- MU-IUPUI Symposium on Peace, May 2010.

3.

Ethical Issues in Medical Knowledge and Research- Dr.Mary Wahome and David Nderitu. Moi University 6th Annual International Conference-7th -10th September, 2010.

4.

Knowledge is Virtue No More: The Case of Contemporary Kenyan Elites. Moi University 6th Annual International Conference--7th -10th September, 2010.

5.

Religion and Politics in Kenya: Trends, Prospects and Challenges by Prof. Cletus N. Chukwu and David Nderitu. Paper Presented During The Moi University 5th Annual International Conference - 4th -8th August 2009.

6.

Challenges of International Health Research Ethics in Kenya. By David Nderitu and Eunice Kamaara. Paper prepared for Organization for Social Sciences Research in Eastern Africa (OSSREA) Kenya National Workshop 3rd – 4th December, 2012.

Membership in Professional Associations

1.

Philosophical Association of Kenya

2.

Indiana University Alumni-Kenya Chapter

Research Projects and Consultancies

Kenya youth and Empowerment: A Pilot Assessment of Uasin Gishu and Cherang’any

For Church World Service- Eastern Africa- December 2011-May 2012. Research Team: Eunice Kamaara, Emily Choge, David Nderitu

Research interests

Organized Movements in Kenya (Mungiki), Risk in Health Research, International Health Research Ethics, and Bioethics

Academic Referees

I. Eric M. Meslin, Ph.D
Director of the Indiana University Center for Bioethics

Indiana University, School of Medicine,

Indianapolis-Indiana, USA
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Tel: +1 317-278-4034+1 317-278-4034
http://www.bioethics.iu.edu/Meslin

 

  1. Prof. Eunice Kamaara

Professor of Religion

Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

Moi University, P.O Box 3900, Eldoret-Kenya

Mobile: 0736245792

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