Egerton University marked World Bee day on 20 May 2021 by launching an innovative technology for rearing queen bees to increase quality honey production and pollination services. At the launch, Mr Joshua N. Otieno, Member of Council, called on the collaboration of students, researchers and farmers to create opportunities for large scale modern and sustainable bee farming, with Egerton University taking the lead.
In its quest to promote access to justice among vulnerable members of the community, FOLLAP has trained a section of Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs in Nakuru Country on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms.
During the training that took place on Friday 21 May at the Njoro Campus of Egerton University, the Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs were encouraged to use other means of conflict resolution among the residents they serve.
The training looked at the legal basis of ADR, its advantages as well as its challenges and benefitted than 40 participants.
The 42nd Congregation (Virtual) for the Conferment of Degrees and Award of Diplomas
The 41st Congregation for the Conferment of Degrees and Award of Diplomas.
Today's Graduation Ceremony has a unique celebratory aspect to it – it marks 65 years of graduations at Egerton. It was on 22 November 1951 that the first graduands were released into the world of agricultural work. The ceremony was an important milestone in the institution's history of quality training which started in 1939 and continues to this day.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Isaac O. Kibwage presents a CESAAM cake to the Director of University Education at the Ministry of Education, Mr Darius Mogaka Ogutu. On the right is the Vice-Chancellor of Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, Prof. Stephen G. Agong. This was during the ACE II National Steering Committee tour of CESAAM at Egerton University on Friday 28 May 2021.
Egerton University was privileged to host this year's national celebrations of the World Environment Day (WED). The day is marked each year on 5 June as a principal forum through which the United Nations (UN) raises global awareness on issues pertaining to the environment, including pollution,global warming, overpopulation, and relations between human beings and the wildlife. It brings togethers take holders from divers e backgrounds, such as governments,Non-Governmental Organisations(NGOs), corporations, communities,and celebrities drawn from more than 143 countries .
It is my pleasure to preside over th this 37th Graduation Ceremony of Egerton University. On behalf of the Egerton University fraternity, I congratulate you all on attaining this great milestone in your education. We are proud of your accomplishments and join your family and friends in the celebration of your success.
Egerton University is part of a major collaborative effort that brings together the Government with leading universities in the country in an effort to jumpstart The Big 4 Agenda in a wide range of critical areas. On 30 April 2018, the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation led by the Cabinet Secretary, Hon. Mwangi Kiunjuri, signed a collaborative framework with the Vice-Chancellors (VCs) of four public universities.
Cabinet Secretary for Education Hon. Dr. Amina Mohammed has appointed Amb. Dr. Hukka Wario as the Chairman of Council of Egerton University. The appointment, published through Gazette Notice 9713 in a Special Issue of the Kenya Gazette (Vol. CXX—No. 117) released on 21 September, is for a period of three years, with effect from 6 September 2018.
The value of a university does not reside simply in the experience that its students undergo in the lecture halls or through their participation in extracurricular activities. Nor is it to be found exclusively in the buildings or walkways that make up the university as a campus, however glamorous or awesome those structures may be.
In the course of the development of any cultural institution that is worth its name, there are invariably sign posts that it leaves behind. The sign posts attest to its most important achievements and the contributions it has made to society. th The 80 anniversary of Egerton University, which we are celebrating this year, is such a sign post. The anniversary caps all the efforts that Egerton has put into establishing itself as the exemplary institution of higher learning that it is recognised to be today.
Inspite of the considerable damage that the coronavirus pandemic has caused to society throughout the globe, there are indications to the effect that the world is rising up to the challenge of containing it. This is by no means happening only through the defensive methods of treatment, social distancing, contact tracing, quarantines, shut-downs, or fumigation.
In collaboration with the Faculty of Health Services and the Nakuru County Government, the Division has constructed hand-washing facilities in all University entry/exit points and within all buildings, including lecture halls, hostels, offices, and other public areas.
The 43rd Graduation of Egerton University is the long-awaited event at which we can acknowledge with pride that the hard work, sacrifice,which we can acknowledge with pride that the hard work, sacrifice,and resilience of our students have paid off. The Ceremony itself is amoment to celebrate high academic achievement with unreserved joy.
The 43rd Congregation (Virtual) for the Conferment of Degrees and Award of Diplomas - Friday 18th June, 2021
Some 2178 students at Egerton University are set to graduate this Friday virtually, as learning institutions embrace technology to continue with their programmes amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Today Egerton University is hosting a Farmers 'Open Day-cum-Stakeholders' Forum under NaPROCLA Project. Prof. Joshua Ogendo, who is the Project Leader-Kenya, explained that the aim of the forum is to share research outputs and best practices for ecological management of aphids in Dolichos bean (njahe beans). The project has been running for that last three years in Njoro and Rongai sub-counties, and will come to an end on 30th June 2021. The forum brought together farmers, agricultural extension officers, scientists, students and the general public. Forum was officially opened by the Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Extension) Prof. Bockline Bebe, Egerton University.
Egerton University Ajira Digital Club (EU-ADC) is one of the clubs registered with the Dean of Students office meaning it is legit. It is one of the only clubs that teaches you how to be an entrepreneur as well as important soft skills that you need to know when dealing with clients and other professionals in the workplace.
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