The Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Zeleza on Monday, October 31 met with a visiting delegation from Loyola Marymount University (LMU).

The Global Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship (GAME) Center held its first research symposium on November 1-2 at the Library’s bookshop room. The graduating class presented research findings from the project; “Expanding Business Opportunities for the Youth in Fish and Poultry Sectors in Kenya.”

The Health Services department has organized free medical clinic in conjunction with the Aga Khan University Hospital, from 15-17 November 2016. The services shall be offered from 8am to 5pm each day behind the auditorium.

On Friday, November 4, Faculty Council members for the first time elected members of the University Senate.

Michezo Afrika's adaptation of the critically acclaimed theatrical play - Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of K Street tells the humorous story of a barber (Jedediah Mugarula, International Relations Junior) imprisoned by a judge (Mading Deng, International Relations Junior) on trumped up charges, who then goes on a murderous spree, and finally meets his nemesis - the judge.

On Thursday November 3, the Red Cross club hosted various university students from Nairobi County for the Inter-University Forum at the auditorium from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm.

Deputy Vice Chancellor – Student Affairs Mrs. Ritah Asunda opened this year’s Club of Hotel and Tourism Students (CHATS) Conference held in the auditorium on Thursday, 27 October. The conference’s main feature was a panel discussion based on the theme “Is the hospitality industry a sustainable business in Kenya?”.

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Students from the Frankfurt School of Management and Finance (FSMF) listen to a talk on “Entrepreneurship in Kenya” from adjunct faculty Mr. Steve Kiruri during a session on Friday, November 4.

For the fifth year running, USIU-Africa has hosted ten students from the Frankfurt School of Management and Finance (FSMF) for an educational tour to USIU-Africa as part of the annual exchange program between the Chandaria School of Business’ Global Executive MBA and FSMF’s Master of International Business program.

Assistant Professor of English Dr. Martin Mburu is inviting students with English language needs to attend a writing clinic on Friday, November 11 from 10am to 12pm. Graduate students will congregate at the Lecture Theater I, while undergraduates will meet in Classroom B5, Chandaria School of Business.

The School of Science and Technology (SST)is inviting applications for the Mobile Application Developer Training to be held in the Hardware lab every Friday beginning November 11.