Directorate of Research, Grants and Endowments during an Ethics Review Workshop held on 7th and 8th April, 2016

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Launch of MKU Graduate Enterprise Academy

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Prof. Briggs from the Oxford University, UK pay a courtesy call to the DVC ARA.

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KEMRI Team visits MKU to discuss partnership initiatives

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Directorate of Research, Grants and Endowments during an Ethics Review Workshop held on 7th and 8th April, 2016

Linkages with USA universities move a notch higher

Launch of MKU Graduate Enterprise Academy

Prof. Briggs from the Oxford University, UK pay a courtesy call to the DVC ARA.

KEMRI Team visits MKU to discuss partnership initiatives

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New collaboration in the works between GDC and University

GDC and Mount Kenya University (MKU) will collaborate through the Public Private Partnership (PPP) framework to boost research and development.
Speaking during the launch of MKU’s multi-complex science laboratories in Nakuru, the GDC Managing Director & CEO Dr. Silas Simiyu said the two institutions will soon form a special committee to expedite the collaboration process.
Dr. Simiyu was the Chief Guest. He also gave a public lecture.
“We are ready to partner with you in this venture. Let the two parties form a committee so that we can discuss key and relevant areas of collaboration,” Dr. Simiyu advised.
MKU also announced that it would support the upcoming

Menengai Geothermal-Half Marathon by donating Sh. 250,000. The event will be held on November 11, 2012.
Last week, the institution’s Deputy Principal in charge of Nakuru Campus, Mr. Russell Ouma, signed the Marathon pledge form at MKU’s offices in Nakuru.
“We are happy to partner with GDC in this venture and our students will participate,” he said.
Dr. Francis Njoroge, a member of the University Council, added that MKU was ready to share its synergies with GDC for the development of the two institutions.
“Let us have a close linkage between the two institutions. We invite GDC to come on board and
help our students in capacity building and training in key areas of science and research,” said the don.