Egerton University had invited bidders for the below mentioned tenders via tender notice dated 23rdSeptember,2020 on the Public Procurement Information Portal www.tenders.go.keand on the University website www.egerton.ac.ke.
The AAP Consortium, through the AAP Bridge and other partnership grants such as Partnerships for Innovative Research in Africa (PIRA) grant program, has given the Egerton fraternity opportunities to conduct innovative research that will be useful to Kenya and Africa at large.
From the Public Dialogue Series on COVID-19 Pandemic Responses and Lessons Learned, I shared measures taken by Egerton University to mitigate the effects of the pandemic, and I also learnt and implemented some of the measures other institutions in Africa are doing on the same. The disruption was unprecedented and we responded innovatively.
In 2021 and beyond, I would like to see more partnerships, opportunities for dialogues and discussions, and calls for proposals targeted to institutions in the Global South. Read More...
Egerton University has once again topped the charts in Kenya, Africa, and in the world in the January 2021 webometrics ranking that scored universities on 'Impact', 'Openness', and 'Excellence'.
As a student, you can still sanitize/wash your hands, keep social distancing and wear masks while having fun at the campus. Starting from 29th January, the Egerton University COVID -19 sensitization team has been going around Njoro Campus hostels and off-campus hostels to sensitize students on COVID-19 preventative measures.
Egerton University and Volkswagen Foundation wish you to invite to an exhibition titled 'Art of Countering Violent Extremism in Kenya: Images, Texts, Things' to be held at the Nairobi National Museum and on virtual platforms between 08-28 February 2021. The exhibition is convened by Dr. Halkano A. Wario as part of his Volkswagen Foundation supported project. You are also invited to four virtual seminars organized within the exhibition framework on 09, 15, 18 and 25 February 2021. Watch this space for the seminar posters announcements.
She had three publications to her name and she mainly published papers on HIV/AIDS as she felt that it had affected many people in society. "Many people are unaware that mathematics can offer solutions to diseases. I saw a gap that needed a voice and that kept me going," she shares.
Her journey has not been an easy one as she has had her fair share of ups and downs.
"I grew up in Nyeri county in Kieni East in a small village called Mbiriri. My brother and I were raised by a single mother. I completed primary school in 2002 and unfortunately, I did not do well as I got 235 marks out of 500," Dr. Ngina recalls.
Her mother urged her to re-sit, her KCPE as she knew the value of education especially since she hadn't been able to acquire an education herself. In 2003 she re-did her exams and attained 369 marks. Luckily, she managed to secure a spot in TumuTumu Girls, based in Karatina in 2004.
Getting into high school
"It was my first time to be away from home. I struggled to fit in especially since my mum could barely afford the shopping. I decided to bury myself in books and I figured that education would take me places. I also joined the choir and got involved in activities that helped me adapt to the new environment. Deep down I knew I had to do my best," she narrates.
With a lot of perseverance and a lot of sleepless nights, she successfully finished her High School Education by scoring a B plus. In 2009, she joined Egerton University to pursue a degree in Bachelor of Education, Science, Maths, and Chemistry.
Egerton University’s Ag. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Isaac O. Kibwage (right) on 15 February 2021 paid a courtesy call to Eng. Philemon Kandie (left), Ag. Director-General, Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KeRRA) at Barabara Plaza, Nairobi.
Delivered on Friday, 25th June 2021 At Egerton University Njoro.
SALUTATION:Prof. Isaac Kibwage, VC Egerton UniversityProf Kipkemboi - DVC Academic Affairs Prof Mulwa-Dean of Student: Prof Odero All other invited dignitaries Ajira Digital Club Members and the student fraternityLadies and Gentlemen
God bless you all.
On Wednesday, 24 March 2021, Egerton University commenced the COVID-19 vaccination campaign, first targeting staff members from the Medical Department and the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Covid 19 prevention is a community effort, Egerton University staff are also taking measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
Egerton University’s Faculty of Health Sciences, on 23 April 2021, enrolled with the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).
The Division of Research & Extension today, 11 May 2021, planted 1,000 tree seedlings at Njoro Campus. Today’s session is part of the University’s continuous effort of environmental conservation as reflected in one of its core values, “Passion for environmental conservation.”
If you are a contact of a person who has COVID-19, or who has received a positive COVID-19 tst result, remember that contracting the virus is no one's fault.
Egerton University has once again topped in University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) rankings system.
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