Dr. Ratemo Makiya, MNUC Senior Lecturer in the School of Pure and Applied Sciences with the DVC ARSA (Open University of Kenya), and other special guests during the HiETeC-2024 conference. Dr. Ratemo and the other panelists drawn from academia and industry were addressing issues around the application of online pedagogy to impact on the learner's behavior in Distance Education. The HiETeC-2024 conference was jointly organized by Daystar University and AMREF University. The theme of the conference was: Adoption of Disruptive Education Technologies and Pedagogical Skills In a Transformative Higher Education Ecosystem
Our First Cultural Week has been ongoing since Wednesday with our students pulling out all the stops. They've quite frankly outdone themselves. We have learned from each other, tried foods from across the country, danced, and sang together. More updates to come, stay tuned. #MNUC2024 #culture #CulturalDiversity #CulturalCelebration #culturalweek2024
During this week MNUC fraternity came together to campaign against substance abuse in our communities resonating with the theme "National Substance Use Prevention Week". Thorough framework was put in place and needed collaborations. MNUC takes part in campaigning against this vice. IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO CHANGE.
MNUC held its first ever hackathon in 2024! Dubbed the "HACK IT 2024 Student Hackathon", spearheaded by the Chairperson ,Department of Computing and Information Technology, Dr. Cyprian Ratemo Makiya, the event will run from today and conclude this Sunday, 4th Feb 2024. We extend our deepest gratitude to the partnering team from AFRALTI, iLabAfrica (Strathmore University) and Waziup IoT led by Mr. Solomon Kamau, Mr. Oscar Onyango, Mr. Mr. Joseph Shitote and Mr. Leymayian Nakolah. Your willingness to dedicate and avail your time and resources to those at the beginning stages of exploring their gifts in your field is immensely appreciated. [...]
In Summary • The land was acquired by the government to pave way for the expansion of Mama Ngina University. • The university was constructed in 2019 on 10.3 acres and the management has been seeking 40 acres for expansion. Each of the 191 property owners will receive a minimum of Sh10 million for their quarter-acre plots A dispute over the compensation of land to allow for the expansion of Mama Ngina University in Mutomo village, Gatundu, in Kiambu has been resolved. In the deal brokered by the National Land Commission, each of the 191 property owners will receive [...]