Now accepting proposals and concept notes.
Date : 13 - 17 2023
Time : 930 AM - 5.00 PM
Location : F-Block
Now accepting proposals and concept notes.
The 11th Graduation Ceremony was held today with pomp and colour. It is the first physical graduation ceremony since Covid-19 hit the country early 2020. The University has been holding virtual graduation ceremonies as part of the many measures aimed at reducing the spread of the dreaded virus.
More than 2500 graduands were conferred with various degrees and awarded diplomas and certificates.
The Technical University of Kenya will soon be re-chartered to ensure clarity of its mandate as a special technical university. This was announced by President William Ruto when he visited the university on 8th December 2022.
While at the University, the President commissioned construction works for two blocks and inaugurated a recently-completed tuition block.
When President William Ruto arrived at TU-K on the morning of Thursday 8th December 2022, the excitement and expectation was in the air. Students and staff were looking forward to the President’s much awaited rare visit.This was the first time a Head of State was visiting TU-K since 2013 when the late President Mawi Kibaki presided at the award of charter ceremony.
The Technical University of Kenya will soon be re-chartered to ensure clarity of its mandate as a special technical university.
This was announced by President William Ruto when he visited the university today where he commissioned construction work for Senate Tower and i-Block as well as inaugurated a recently-completed S-Block.
Prof. Renata Wenzkovich from Columbia University, New York speaking to TU-K staff, postgarduates students from the School of Physics and Earth Science and researchers from collaborating institutions including; Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) during a 3-day workshop on ‘Computational Ab initio Quantum Thermodynamics’; this is science explaining properties of matter and the core of the earth where minerals are formed, this extends to existence of water resource.
We are pleased to announce the 11th Graduation Ceremony that will be held on Wednesday, 21st December 2022 at the University grounds starting 9am. Potential graduands are advised to clear through the Students’ Portal: https://portal.tukenya.ac.ke not later than Friday, 2nd December, 2022.
Due to the prevailing COVID-19 prevention and control measures, parents, guardians, relatives and friends of the graduands are encouraged to follow the graduation proceedings online through the University YouTube account available at www.tukenya.ac.ke or social media platforms such as Facebook.
Theme: Innovation for Growth, and Sustainability to Drive Technological Change.
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Innovative and brilliant project designs were showcased in an art exhibition organized by the School of Creative Arts and Media.
The exhibition saw final year undergraduate and postgraduate students from various fields of specializations including, Environmental Design, Communication Design, Interactive Media Design and Product Design, exhibit their projects .
His Excellency Sebastian Groth, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Kenya, yesterday officially handed over, Discover 2.0 Microwave Synthesizer to the School of Chemistry and Material Science. The equipment worth more than Sh2 million, was purchased through funding from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research in partnership with the German Federal Foreign Office.
What has always been science fiction is eventuallly becoming a reality. NASA has sent out a space mission to hit an asteroid and deflect it away from coming close to the earth. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission is a NASA planetary defence-driven mission aimed at testing asteroid deflection through impact.
On behalf of Council, the Management, the Senate, Staff, Students and the entire fraternity of the Technical University of Kenya, I wish to extend our congratulations to His Excellency Hon. Dr. William Samoei Ruto on his inauguration as the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya.
We wish His Excellency all the best as he takes up the onerous task of steering our beloved country, Kenya.
Dr. Idle Omar Farah has been appointed the new Chairperson Council. Other members recently appointed include Dr. Hassan Khannenje and Mr Justin Kabuku.
The new appointments are in addition to other members of Council including: Mr. Johnson Nanjakululu (representing the Principal Secretary, Ministry of Education), Ms. Isabella Kogei (representing the Cabinet Secretary for National Treasury and Planning) Dr Angelina Awino Kinya, Hon. David Koech, Mr. Bernard Malenya and the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Francis Aduol who serves as Council Secretary.
Two deputy vice-chancellors have been appointed at The Technical University of Kenya. The news was broken by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Francis Aduol through a memo to the staff and students dated August 1, 2022.
“We would like to notify the entire University staff and students that the process of appointing two (2) of the Deputy Vice-Chancellors has been concluded in exercise of The provisions of Section 35(1)(a)(v) of the Universities Act, No.42of 2012(amended in 2018),” said the VC.
The two DVCs are: Prof. Alfred Orina Isaac appointed as Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research and Technology Development and Prof. Paul Mwanzia Wambua has been appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC), Institutional Advancement and Enterprise. Until his appointment, Prof. Orina has been the Director at the School of Health and Biomedical Sciences. He is also a Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology.
The Technical University of Kenya VC Prof. Francis Aduol met the group of 10 of 13 TU-K students who just completed a 7-month teaching assignment in France. The VC also met new cohort of 8 who are preparing to leave for France in September.
Prof. Elyjoy Muthoni Micheni, has been appointed Deputy Principal Academic, Research and students' Affairs at Tom Mboya University College. Prof. Micheni served as the Director, School of Business and Management Studies for 7years. She officially handed over the School to Prof. Collins Miruka, in a ceremony that was attended by the Executive Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Prof. Peter Matu, and other academic & administrative staff from the Faculty.
The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) has called on scholars and professionals to take advantage of vast opportunities to promote higher learning and research. Though international collaborations, ACU brings together universities from around the world - and people to study and work together in the effort to advance knowledge and improve lives.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Francis Aduol earlier today gave his welcoming speech to 1st year students who have been placed atTU-K, marking the end of a 7-day orientation period.
In his remarks, the VC started off by giving a detailed background of the University to help the 1st year students understand the prestigious nature of TU-K.