Students Attend US-Kenya Economic Relations Forum
US is not to blame for the current plunge of oil prices in the international market. This was said by Ms Delia Day Quick, Economic Officer at the US Embassy in Nairobi while responding to a question by a student from the Technical University of Kenya during a discussion on Kenya-USA Economic Relations and Regional Integration held in February 2015. The diplomat informed students that reduction of prices internationally is multi-causal and it’s not just a demand from US alone. She noted that the European and Asian countries had reduced the demand for oil, yet the OPEC countries had refused to... Full story on Students Attend US-Kenya Economic Relations Forum
TU-K and ATPS Partner to Improve Use of Technology in Africa
http://tukenya.ac.ke/sites/default/files/article_images/kudhehia.jpgTU-K and African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will see the two institutions establish active linkages aimed at conducting joint policy research on issues revolving around science, technology, and innovations (STI). The issues to be addressed under the partnership are based on the recurring threats to the African people, such as food security, technology transfer,... Full story on TU-K and ATPS Partner to Improve Use of Technology in Africa
VC Counsels Staff on Industrial Action
VC Counsels Staff on Industrial Action) Vice-Chancellor, Prof Francis Aduol has called on union officials to embrace dialogue instead of resorting to confrontational activism while agitating for improved terms and conditions of service. While speaking during the signing of a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) with Kenya Union of Domestic Hotel, Educational Institutions and Allied Workers (KUDHEIA), the VC recalled on how a misunderstanding and big headedness among some staff union officials had led to... Full story on VC Counsels Staff on Industrial Action