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seo киевAs a result of rapid expansion and complexities in administration, the university has a decentralized administration composed of six colleges and two satellite campuses.

 

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2nd DBA-AMR International Conference: 29th April 2016

THEME:  “UNIVERSITY INDUSTRIAL PARTNERSHIP FOR THE REALIZATION OF BUSINESS GROWTH POTENTIAL IN EMERGING MARKETS
Venue: University of Nairobi, School of Business, Lower Kabete Campus,
Nairobi, Kenya
Date: 29th April 2016
 
CALL FOR PAPERS
 
sub-themes
  • Knowledge Management
  • Enhancing Youth /Graduates Employability
  • Research and Innovation in Emerging Markets
  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Revenue Realization an Accountability
  • University’s Role in Fighting Corruption
  • Responsible Business Ethics
 

Electoral Commission (SONU 2016): Important information on SONU Elections 2016

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The following is important information on the SONU 2016 Elections scheduled for April 1, 2016.

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
OFFICE OF CHAIRMAN OF THE
SONU 2016 ELECTORAL COMMISSION
 
ANNOUNCEMENT
 
SONU ELECTIONS
 
 
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UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
OFFICE OF CHAIRMAN OF THE
SONU 2016 ELECTORAL COMMISSION
 
ANNOUNCEMENT
 
SONU ELECTIONS
 
I hereby announce, under Article 18 subsection (1) of the SONU Constitution (2015), that the SONU elections shall be held on Friday 1st April, 2016.
 
Other details will be communicated in due course, namely:-
  1. Nomination date
  2. Nomination procedure
  3. Date of commencement of official campaigns.
Prospective candidates and students are advised to refrain from activities which are inconsistent with the rules and regulations of the Electoral Commission, such as early campaigns before nominations, or unruly conduct.  Violation of any election rules or regulations, and/or the Rules and Regulations Governing the Organization, Conduct and Discipline of Students of the University of Nairobi will lead to appropriate disciplinary action, including automatic disqualification from the election process.
 

Tatu City offers University of Nairobi Postgrad candidates practical experience

Department of Real Estate and Construction Management and Tatu City establish partnership

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).

During their inaugural visit to Tatu City, which will be home to 100,000 residents and receive 30,000 visitors daily, a group of RECM postgraduate candidates were introduced to Tatu City’s implementation strategy and the challenges of project planning and project management of a large-scale urban development.

The group of postgraduate candidates included individuals studying for master’s degrees in valuation and property management and construction management. Among the group were registered and practising architects, quantity surveyors, land valuers, engineers, land surveyors, project managers, property managers and estate agents.

UoN Press New Title: Health, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Africa by David E. Sahn

Health, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Africa by David E. Sahn is the most recent addition to UONP's backlist. It is available from UNES Bookstore as well as other leading bookshops - Text Book Centre, Savanis, Nakumatt, etc.

Health, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Africa: The studies in this volume focus on those differences in health, among other issues, which arise not from chance or from the decision of the individual, but from avoidable differences in social, economic and environmental variables that are largely beyond individual control and can be addressed by public policy.

This volume, which follows in the best of the African Economic Research Consortium’s (AERC) traditions, is an outcome of a collaborative effort, as can be seen from the many different contributors. Its focus is on current and emerging issues on health, economic growth and poverty reduction in sub-Saharan Africa.

David E. Sahn is an International Professor of Economics in the Division of Nutritional Sciences and the Department of Economics at Cornell University, USA. Sahn holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Masters of Public Health from the University of Michigan.