Mangosuthu University VC Visits TU-K
Mangosuthu University of Technology, South Africa, has rolled out a mission to learn the best practices from other African universities as it embarks on a restructuring exercise. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Mashupye Ratale Kgaphola, accompanied by his deputy (Academic), Prof Marcus Ramogale and Executive Director, Mrs Vuyo Mthethwa, on Monday April 27, 2015 visited TU-K for a fact-finding mission.
The South African delegation was hosted by the TU-K , Vice-Chancellor Prof Francis Aduol. The two VCs shared their universities’ experiences in regard to technical training.
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TU-K Mourns Prof. George Eshiwani
The Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) community has been thrown into mourning following the sudden demise of the Chairman of the Council Prof. George Eshiwani.
Prof. EShiwani was an accomplished mathematician, prolific author and an astute university administrator.
His family said Prof Eshiwani collapsed at his home in Butere and was rushed to Aga Khan Hospital in Kisumu where he died while undergoing treatment on Saturday 4th April 2015.
He was born in 1941 in Khwisero, Kakamega County. He... Full story on TU-K Mourns Prof. George Eshiwani
TU-K Shines Again at the 13th Universities Exhibition
Technical University of Kenya was among the sixty four universities that took part in the just concluded Universities exhibition held at Machakos County.
TU-K stand was a one stop shop for prospective students to learn about academic programmes offered by the university. The university staff from different Faculties interacted with students persuading them to consider joining TU-K.
Members of the public and the corporate world were eager to partner with the institution. The academic staff led by all the DVC’s and Executive Deans were available to respond to questions and issue... Full story on TU-K Shines Again at the 13th Universities Exhibition