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ELECTION 2022

Concerns over delayed graduation as online classes fail to address effects of Covid-19 disruption

EDUCATION

Measures introduced by universities to address the effects of Covid-19 disruptions are yet to bear fruit. Magoha had asked universities to ensure a return to normalcy by January 2023.

Concerns over delayed graduation as online classes fail to address effects of Covid-19 disruption

By Bradley Sikolia | 6 days ago

Universities must think outside the box to stay afloat

Universities must think outside the box to stay afloat

Kenyan universities are going through troubled waters financially. Many are nearly insolvent. This calls for thinking outside the box.

Agumba Ndaloh | 6 months ago

Kenyan scholar elected to governing board of global science council

Prof Oyawa will now be part of 16 board members of the ISC who will provide scientific and strategic leadership to the Council for the next 3 years.

Augustine Oduor | 7 months ago

Invest in research and training, Uhuru tells universities

President Uhuru Kenyatta has asked universities to invest in research and training that support Kenya's new Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC).

PSCU | 11 months ago

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