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VC Prof. Benedict Mutua (2nd R) among other distinguished guests receive Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Information, Communication and Digital Economy, Eliud Owalo who was the Chief Guest during 3rd Regional Research Conference that was held at Kenya School of Government

Universities Play Critical Role in Big Data and Digitization Rollout

Partnership between universities and industry is critical in ensuring uptake of digital-based solutions in the processing of lands records in Kenya.

The Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) VC Prof. Benedict Mutua, who was speaking during the 3rd Regional Research Conference themed; Data, Innovation and Technology for Land Governance said that the conference is taking place when the university has set up a base for big data research and quality information in land administration that is helpful in both private and public sectors.

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Some of the 68 students who completed the prestigious X-Culture Global Collaboration Certification pose for a picture with senior staff members at TU-K. The Research Chair Professor at X-Culture, Elizabeth Rose, was the chief guest during the Award Ceremony.

68 Students Awarded Global Collaboration Certification

Sixty eight students from the Technical University of Kenya have been awarded the prestigious Global Collaboration certificate by X-Culture, a renowned business coaching organisation. The certificates were presented by Elizabeth Rose, a Research Chair Professor at X-Culture. The students had been trained for seven weeks. The training places students in top cadre in their careers; either in employment, business or in entrepreneurship.

Prof. Rose who gave a lecture during the award ceremony at TU-K, said students or career persons acquire critical skills and unique experience that employers value in today’s business world. The Acting DVC – Academic, Research and Students, Prof. Francis Gatheri Ag. Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology, Prof. Tom Kwanya, DBAE Academic Team Leader, Prof. Vidijah Sagwa, together with ATL, Modern and Classical Languages Dr. Teresa Atieno Otieno attended the award ceremony.

Dr. Lilian Ogendo, Senior Lecturer, in the Department of Business Administration and Entrepreneurship (DBAE) is the lead coordinator for X-culture in Kenya.

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VC, Prof. Benedict Mutua (2nd L) and Transilvania University of Brașov Dean, Faculty of Furniture Design and Wood Engineering, Prof. Alin OLĂRESCU (2nd R) presents the signed MoU. Present during the occasion was DVC -IAE Prof. Paul Wambua (L) and Romanian Ambassador to Kenya, H.E Gentiana Serbu (3rd R) among other guests.

TU-K signs MoU with Transilvania University of Brașov

The Technical University of Kenya recently has signed an MoU with Transilvania University of Brașov, Romania. The signing ceremony took place at the Romanian Embassy in Nairobi.  TU-K Vice-Chancellor Prof. Benedict Mutua and Transilvania University of Brașov Dean, Faculty of Furniture Design and Wood Engineering Prof. Alin OLĂRESCU signed the MoU on behalf of their respective institutions.

Present during the event were the Romanian Ambassador to Kenya, H.E Gentiana Serbu, and TU-K Deputy Vice-Chancellor in-charge of Institutional Advancement and Enterprises (IAE) Prof. Paul Wambua, among other dignitaries.

TU-K enjoys mutual relationship with the Embassy of Romania. The two have jointly taken part in various activities among them; ‘The Romanian International Day for Cultural Diversity and Development, held in Nairobi from 21st May.’ The event exhibited cultural heritage and traditions from Kenya and Romania. Music, dance and art defined the occasion.

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Conference Announcement and Call for Papers 

The Technical University of Kenya in partnership with Exploring Visual Cultures will be hosting the 4th International Conference from November 27th to 29th, 2024 at the Edge Convention Centre, Nairobi. The theme of the conference is AI Media Innovations, Applications, Visual Culture, Challenges, and Future Trends. The call for papers is out and the deadline for submission of abstracts is on 31st May, 2024.

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TU-K to host the X-Culture Award Ceremony

Thu, 30. May 2024
On 30th May 2024, TU-K will host the X-Culture Collaboration Course Award.
The ceremony will be held in the Main Hall. The event will celebrate the outstanding achievement o…

List of Prospective Graduands - 12th Graduation Ceremony (updated 14 Dec 2023)

Tue, 12. December 2023
We refer you to the Notice from the Vice-Chancellor dated Wednesday, 18th October 2023. Through the notice he informed all students who qualify for the conferment of various degree…

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