Republic of Congo Minister visits TU-K
Republic of Congo Minister visits TU-K.jpgThe Minister for Planning, Territorial Equipment and Major Works, from the Republic of Congo, Hon Jean Jacques, recently paid a courtesy call to the Technical University of Kenya (TU-K). Hon. Jacques who is on a state visit to benchmark on education and infrastructure, was received by the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Francis Aduol and Senior officers of the university. His entourage toured the Kenya –... Full story on Republic of Congo Minister visits TU-K
4th International Conference Begins
A three-day international conference organised by the Directorate of Research and Knowledge Exchange kicked off smoothly on the 21st February 2018 as scheduled. The theme of the conference being held at the Sarova Panafric Hotel is: “Innovation and Technology for Social Transformation.” Prof. Francis Aduol, The Vice-Chancellor Technical University of Kenya opened the event that has attracted participants from Belgium, South Africa, Nigeria, UN, local research institutions and universities. While paraphrasinga 19th Century German scholar Wilhelm von Humboldt, Prof Aduol said there is no way... Full story on 4th International Conference Begins
TU-K Signs Contract with NRF
The Technical University of Kenya has signed a contract with the National Research Fund (NRF-Kenya), a move that will see the university awarded Ksh. 79,759,620 to establish an Electron Microscopy Centre at the Department of Chemical Sciences and Technology (DCST). TU-K has further been awarded a certificate of commendation by NRF. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Francis Aduol while receiving the certificate on behalf of the university, thanked NFR and staff of the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology (FAST), for their effort. Present during the signing was the Executive Dean, Faculty of Applied... Full story on TU-K Signs Contract with NRF