University of Nairobi Celebrates Talent Day

Speaking during the event, University of Nairobi Vice Chancellor, Prof. Stephen Kiama, urged students to leave a mark while studying at the university. “Please ensure you leave a mark behind. University of Nairobi is the home of talents. We have recently seen Ferdinand Omanyala fly the University flag high, not just nationally but at the global stage. We have many alumni, some of them Nobel Laureates like Prof. Wangari Maathai”, he said. The Vice Chancellor urged students to leave a mark in sports, academics, research and various extracurricular activities.

Varsity hosts successful Research Week

The University of Nairobi held a successful Research Week 2021 that was multidisciplinary, with participants drawn from various sectors and countries. The week-long event that ran from November 22 to 26, 2o21 had seven international conferences with over 500 participants, more than 30 keynote presentations and 150 abstracts. The overarching theme ‘Rethinking Research, Innovation & Technology for Sustainable Development.’