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Students against substance abuse

During an event organized by University of Nairobi Anti-drugs and Substance Abuse Campaign (UNADSAC) and Organization of Nairobi University Science Students (ONUSS), students were challenged to take a stand against drug and substance abuse. In line with the theme ‘No drug formed against you shall prosper but the choice is yours,’ the students were taken through inspirational exercises by various speakers.

One of the presenters, Dr. S.K. Moindi shared his personal struggles with alcohol and how he took control of his life, emerging victorious. He noted that the greatest rehab is in the mind, as he testified to have quit the habit voluntarily, after witnessing the pertinent demise of his colleagues in the vice. Dr. Moindi is from the School of Mathematics.

Invitation to a Public Lecture: Pollination: The Forgotten Essential Ecosystem Service.

TITLE: Pollination: The Forgotten Essential Ecosystem Service.
Date: November 14, 2013
Venue: LARMAT Lecture room 206

Chiromites present: UNADSAC-ONUSS Games



Varsity participates in IUCEA exhibition

During the just concluded Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA) exhibition 2013, the University of Nairobi (UoN) had an opportunity to show case its programmes and services to the members of public. The three-day event held at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) saw UoN interact and network with prospective students and partners drawn from East Africa.

The forum is significant to the University as it aims to provide a convergence platform for the academia and the private sector, through engagement with the public sector, for discussing and strategizing on effective mechanisms for promoting academia and private sector partnership in East Africa, for sustained socio-economic development and regional integration. UoN is a member of IUCEA.

50th Graduation Ceremony – Friday, December 6, 2013


The University of Nairobi wishes to inform all those students from the above two Colleges who qualified for the award of various degrees and diplomas at the end of last academic year (2012/2013) and members of the public, that the 50th Graduation Ceremony will be held on Friday, December 6, 2013 commencing at 9.00 a.m. at the Chancellor’s Court next to Central Catering Unit, Main Campus.  The following is pertinent information:

University of Nairobi Anthem

University of Nairobi we labour all together in search for

knowledge and truth.

We bless and honour Thee, we are the pinnacle of

excellence in knowledge,

Knowledge to serve our mother-land (oh Kenya), knowledge

to serve all mankind


Be not engulfed by pride, let excellence prevail

May we all shun the pitfall, of being the ivory tower

With sacrifice and dedication our problems we’ll overcome


We are the fountain of knowledge we create and hold the


God gives us grace to serve, and the future for us is bright,

and the children

Shall drink from the fountain of knowledge, knowledge

Shall surely set us free (beyond the stars) knowledge shall

surely set them free.


Google Ambassadors launch Google Clubs

In a fun-filled event dubbed G-Student Club Meet-Up, the first ever Google Club was launched at the University of Nairobi by the Google Students Ambassadors (GSAs). During the launch, at the 8-4-4 Multipurpose Hall, Main Campus, the GSAs took the participants through the various Google Apps for education available to students.

The Google Student Ambassador Program is an opportunity for students to act as liaisons between Google and their universities. Google Student Ambassadors are given a unique opportunity to serve as liaisons between Google and their university for the duration of one academic year, holding workshops, training and events with their campus community around Google’s core products, programs and initiatives. The team consisting of Stephen Mudibo, from the School of Law, Michelle Ngure and Geoffrey Mosongo, both from the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering is the third team of Ambassadors in the University.

NUPOSA students day at the UN

Students from the Nairobi University Political Science Students Association (NUPOSA) recently visited the United Nations headquarters for a one day tour and training. The students were taken through various aspects of UN programmes with specific focus on those that are suitable for university students.

They were given insights on how the programmes are carried out, employment requirements needed to work in the UN as well as how to join the volunteer programmes available.

NUPOSA students also had an opportunity to interact and establish contact with the members of staff and get a better understanding of how the UN handles international affairs and its role in maintaining peace and security in the world.