BRAIN initiative: targeted BRAIN circuits projects â€“ targetedBCP (R01) NIH: National Institutes of Health, US - This supports research projects that use innovative, methodologically-integrated approaches to understand how circuit activity gives rise to mental experience and behaviour. Application budgets are not limited but need to reflect the actual needs of the proposed project. The maximum project period is five years. - Maximum award: Not known - Closing date: 08 Mar 17 -
We are pleased to inform you that we have been nominated to receive an award for "the Most Preferred Training Institution" during this year's Mombasa Business Awards. The voting is open to the public and we urge you to vote for the University of Nairobi on http://mombasabusinessawards.co.ke/votes Receiving this award will raise our profile and enable us to continue maintaining the market preference for our students. Director Mombasa-Campus UoN
The student counselor Dr. Ngigi G.N held a training session on soft skills for students at ADD According to skillsyouneed.com, the phrase ‘soft skills’ is often used to describe the skills which characterise relationships with other people, or which are about how you approach life and work.
All students that will not have registered on SMIS by 30th June 2016 will be denied access to University facilities. You are also reminded to pay fees promptly and only to the bank accounts below: <> UON CESSP Collection Account: 2032771362 at Barclays Bank Plaza Branch <> UON CESSP US$ Dollar Account: 2032770625 at Barclays Bank Plaza Branch *NOTE: UNES Collection Account IS NOT operational
from left, Dr. Jane K, Dr. Karanja Mwangi(chairman DURP), Prof. J. M Munyoki and Tartisio Kinyanki (Snr. admin SoBE)
Dr. Jane and Prof. J. M Munyoki who represented The senate students’ security and safety committee
were on a tour of the ADD building.
The senate students’ security and safety committee was formed to oversee and advice on matters pertaining to student security and safety.
The School of The Built Environment today held an award to recognize class representatives from its various departments. The event which was graced by the college principle, dean and various chairs of departments was meant to recognize the good work the class representatives were doing by awarding them with certificates.
Winfred Mwangi, Phd (Land Administration) Nrb, MISK
University Of Nairobi, Kenya
The department of real estate and construction management recently got a new chairperson Dr. Winnie Mwangi - Nyika. How well do you know her? The following is a short summary of Dr. Winnie in her own words.
Tatu City, the mixed-use, mixed-income satellite city development on 2,500 acres near Nairobi, is offering practical experience to postgraduate candidates from the University of Nairobi’s Department of Real Estate & Construction Management (RECM).
students at the site where leaking oil has been found on the river bed.
Students from the department of Real Estate and construction management joined other students in a visit to the Thange river oil spill for a cleanup exercise. The invitation for the trip which was sent by Kenya Pipeline Company offered the students with a firsthand experience in industrial waste management.
Members of staff from the Department were evaluated by SRC in determining the relative worth of the teaching service, based on a number of parameters including main responsibilities, Qualifications, knowlegde and skills, exerience and training how they influence policy and strategy, their financial impact, communication skills and working conditions.
The exercise was conducted by PWC on behalf of the Salaries and Renumeration Comission.