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Notice: Collection of Certificates

This is to inform all those who graduated on 21st December, 2017 that their certificates are ready for collection from Examination Office, Main Campus, Administration Block during working days (Monday to Friday) from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Take note of the following Mandatory Requirements

  1. National Identity Card (Original and Copy)
  2. K.C.S.E Certificate (Original and Copy)
  3. Duly Filled Clearance form (Original)
  4. Graduation Fee Receipt
  5. Fee Statement (Signed and Stamped)
  6. Graduation Regalia Form

Issuance is from 1st March, 2018 to 11th May, 2018. All certificates MUST be collected within this timeline.


 

Prof. I. N. Kimengi, Ph.D.
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics, Research & Extension)

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TH Köln delegation visits Moi University

Moi University received a delegation from the Technische Hochschule Köln University of Applied Sciences (TH Köln) Germany, on Monday February 19, 2018 at the main campus. The delegation was led by Prof. Dr. Sylvia Heuchemer (Vice President, Academic Affairs), Prof. Dr. Johannes Hamhaber, Gunther Straub, Prof. Dr. Martin Bonnet, Susanne Glaeser, Prof. Dr. Alexander Fekete, Prof. Dr. Beate Rhein, Prof. Dr. Rudolf Hoscheid and Christina Brey.

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The visitors were received by Moi University Acting Vice Chancellor Prof. Laban Ayiro. They held discussions with Dr. Charles Lagat (Director International Programmes, Linkages and Alumni), Prof. C. J. Odhiambo (Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies), Prof. Simiyu Sitati (Dean, School of Engineering), Dr. Mathew Kosgei (Associate Dean, School of Biological and Physical Sciences), Prof. John Changach (Dean, School of Education) and Mr. Solomon Mutai (Deputy Librarian).

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The purpose of the visit was a fact-finding mission to Kenya as part of a project on “Learning by Co-Design – Teaching is Research” which is funded by DAAD program – “Network development and qualification measures based on the model of the German universities of applied sciences in Kenya 2017-2019.”

TH Köln University is looking forward to strengthen and extend their ties with Kenyan universities and build strong partnerships in both teaching and research.  Due to its history, academic profile and role in the Kenyan higher education landscape, Moi University was considered as an important destination for the delegation.

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It was agreed that representatives from Moi University and TH Köln University will develop an institutional Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) focusing on teaching, research and capacity building initially focusing on the field of engineering, manufacturing and commerce. The visitors also toured the main campus and held discussions with Heads of Departments in the School of Engineering to identify areas of common interest.

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Welcome to the 5th AGM and Networking Dinner

The Vice Chancellor, Moi University and the Alumni Association Executive Board are pleased to invite you to the Alumni Annual General Meeting & Networking Dinner .....

.............. For more details visit the Alumni website.

Moi University receives Ksh121m lab equipment from Seeding Labs

Moi University has received lab equipment worth Ksh121m from Seeding Labs, a consortium of American Institutions based in Boston, Massachusetts which helps to collect laboratory equipment and supply them to the developing world. 

The equipment will be utilized in the Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Medical Biochemistry.

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“We have been able to work with many manufacturers to source their surplus equipment and about 60% of the items that we are sending are new (not previously used). I will also take this opportunity to remind you that the majority of the equipment is 120V, so plans for step-down transformers or access to 120V lines in the labs will need to be made,” said Dr. Melissa P. Wu, Seed Labs’ Global Partnerships Director, in a delivery note to Moi University Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Laban Ayiro.

Among the donated equipment are Fourier Transform-Infra Red spectophometer (FT-IR), High Performance Liquid Chromatograph (HPLC), Rotavapour, Mass Spectrometer, X-Ray, Electrophoresis and UV-Visible Spectrophotometer.

Moi University was among the 15 outstanding research institutions selected for Instrumental Access 2017 Programme to be awarded lab equipment.

The awardees for the Seeding Labs programme were selected from a pool of 65 applications sent from 24 countries.

On March 22, 2017, Seeding Labs held its Positively Instrumental: Celebrating the Power of Global Science event at Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research in Cambridge, MA. 

The annual event gives thanks to the nonprofit’s various partners and is also the launching pad for the year’s Instrumental Access program awardees. Through the program, talented researchers in developing countries are awarded donated lab equipment that they wouldn’t otherwise be able to access. 

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Receipt and flag-off of book donation from Textbook for Change

Moi University received book donation from Textbooks for Change (T4C), Canada at the Margaret Thatcher Library (MTL) through the collaboration with Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario, Canada and the 39 Country Initiative.

The donation was officially received on February 6, 2018 and flagged off to the branch libraries by Deputy Vice Chancellor (Student Affairs), Prof. Nathan Ogechi and Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic, Research and Extension), Prof. Isaac Kimengi, who represented the Ag. Vice Chancellor, Prof. Laban Ayiro.

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Others present were Dr. Charles Lagat, (Director, International Programmes, Linkages and Alumni (IPLA)), Mr. S. Mutai, (Deputy University Librarian), Prof. Joshua Kwonyike, (Deputy Principal, Bomet University College), Prof. Saul Sitati Namango, (Director, Eldoret West Campus), Prof. Lucy Rono, (Ag. Dean, School of Business and Economics) and librarians from Annex Campus, Kitale Campus and College of Health Sciences (CHS).

The first shipment of a 40 feet container carrying 28,000 books worth Ksh 50M from T4C was donated to Moi University on October 16, 2015. Dr. Lagat thanked T4C for the second shipment to Moi University this month.

Dr. Lagat said T4C had made four shipments to universities in Africa including Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia), Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (Ghana), Riara University (Kenya) and Moi University (Kenya). 

Acting on the feedback from the Library regarding the quality and usefulness of the first donation, the Directorate of IPLA wrote to T4C in 2017 soliciting for a second book donation to provide additional reading materials.

T4C accepted to send a shipment of about 25,000 books to Moi University worth Ksh75M. T4C covered all the expenses of collecting the books and processing the container for shipment from London, Ontario, Canada to Mombasa Port.

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Moi University was responsible for shipping costs, clearing the shipment from Mombasa Port and covering local transport cost to the University. The container arrived at Moi University on December 8, 2017.

The shipment contained books in various fields of study including Business and Finance, Science and Agriculture, Mathematics and Engineering, Social Sciences, Languages and Health Sciences.

Prof. Ogechi thanked T4C for the donation and the Directorate of IPLA for sourcing the books. He emphasized the need for the books to be fitted with security codes to minimize theft and loss from the Library. Prof. Ogechi further urged the alumni to contribute to the growth of the Library through book donations.

Prof Kimengi in his remarks thanked the team for sacrificing for the sake of the well-being of staff and students and that the donation had made it possible for the University to meet the Commission for University Education (CUE) requirement of availing sufficient books for research to learners. Prof Kimengi reiterated the importance of the Library, noting that it is the University’s heart.

T4C is a B corporation that collects donated textbooks from drop boxes on post-secondary campuses and from student club collection drives. Close to half of the donated textbooks are sent to African universities in dire need of the quality educational materials.

The corporation was founded in 2012 by the CEO Chris Janssen who is a recent graduate from the Richard Ivey School of Business after receiving certificates in both entrepreneurship and sustainability. The cofounder Tom Hartford (CFO) is also a graduate of Western University with a degree in Finance. Janssen paid a visit to Moi University in July 2017.

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