The Department of Geography and Environmental Studies initiated a Memorandum of Understanding between Shah Ranmal Raja Charitable Trust, Kenya and the University of Nairobi for twelve (12) annual scholarships to needy and bright students in geography and environmental studies. The official launch of the “Raja Trust Scholarships” took place on Tuesday 13th August, 2013 at the University of Nairobi.
Prof. Solomon Monyenye (Left), Sammar Al Bulushi (Centre), Dr. S. I Akaranga (Right)
Yale University PhD Student visited the Department and enquired about the MA Human Rights Degree programme. She held discussions with Dr. J. B. Ndohvu, the programme Coordinator, Prof. Solomon Monyenye and Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Dr. S. I. Akaranga
NUARSA in conjuction with Nairobi Green Line and KWS Participated in removing unwanted spicies at Nairobi National Park on 3RD AUGUST, 2013. This was in a bind to assist in the conservation of the environment and protection of wildlife. It was also a show of how patriotic they are to our country Kenya and to the future generation.
The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) in collaboration with the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi (UoN), will host an international scientific conference on Tana River County from 11th to 13th February 2014 in Mombasa. The theme of the conference is: “The Impact of Climate Change on Natural Resources and Human Activities in Tana River County, Kenya.” The sub-themes have been identified as: