USIU-Africa hosted thirty five students of journalism and cross-cultural studies, from NLA University in Norway on Tuesday and Wednesday November 29- 30 for an exchange program visit. The group accompanied by two faculty members toured the campus meeting students, faculty and staff. They also sat in on three lectures by members of our faculty; Mr. Moses Onyango (Lecturer of International Relations, and Director of the Institute of Public Policy and International Affairs) spoke on "The complexity of multiculturalism and violent extremism in the global age", Dr. Josephine Arasa (Associate Professor of Psychology) spoke on "Sexual Liberation: Cross-cultural perspectives and lessons learned" while Ms. Robi Koki (Lecturer of Journalism) discoursed on "Reversed Cultural Imperialism".
USIU-Africa's long and fruitful relationship with NLA University in Norway was initiated by retired legendary Journalism lecturer Mr. Joe Kadhi, and has enabled students from NLA Burgen and Kristian campuses exchange annual visits with USIU-Africa counterparts.
Norwegian students visit the University
- Written by Dan Muchai