Globalisation and changing trends are offering the youth a lot of opportunities for innovation, employment and socio-economic development. The Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Digital Economy Eng. John Tanui urged university students to take advantage of the globalisation reality to earn a living.
The PS graced this year’s Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Industry Symposium at TU-K where he challenged students to venture into technology.
The TU-K IEEE chapter annual event brought together innovators, industry players, engineering students and staff to share knowledge and experiences, explore collaborative research and innovative opportunities.
Institutional Advancement an Enterprise (IAE) DVC, Prof. Paul Wambua, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Prof. Edwin Ataro attended the ceremony.
The symposium, themed; Technological Advancements & Innovative Fields for a Sustainable and Digital Future, provided a platform for discussion on critical global trends. It showcased the pivotal role of technology in addressing challenges such as climate change and the rapidly growing digital economy, reinforcing the idea that technology is critical for positive change.
The event was organized by the IEEE TU-K students branch ambassadors, the executive committee and with advisory from Prof. Robert Jallang’o Akello and IEEE TU-K Patron Dr. Mary Ahuna.