Dr. Kioko Ireri (Assistant Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication) hands over 48 copies of Media Law Handbook for Eastern Africa to Dr. Sylvia Ogola (University Librarian) on Tuesday, February 14. Looking on is Mr. Daniel Okello (Principal Librarian - Acquisitions).

Non-profit German political foundation - Konrad Adenauer Stiftung -  has donated 48 copies of a new book in media law to USIU-Africa’s Journalism Program.

The Criminal Justice Studies (CJS) program in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences in partnership with the Kenya Professional Society of Criminology (KEPSOC) has issued a call for papers to be presented during the first ever Criminology and Criminal Justice Conference in the East Africa region to be held from June 15-16 on campus. 


On Friday February 10, USIU-Africa Alumni Association in partnership with She Goes Tech initiative held a conference dubbed "She believed she could, so she did STEM” at the USIU-Africa auditorium on Friday, February 10.


Dr. Marie Nelson (Lecturer, University of Nairobi) was part of the panel of speakers during the Black History Month Pan African Symposium held on Tuesday, February 14 at the auditorium. Looking on is Dr. Duncan Ojwang (Law Lecturer, University of Nairobi), Ms. Muthoni Wanyeki (Executive Director, Amnesty International for East African and the Great Lakes) and Prof. Macharia Munene (Professor of History and International Relations)


Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Zeleza (third left), Chancellor Dr. Manu Chandaria (fifth left), Dr. Ella D. King, Prof. Beverle Michele Lax, Dr. Marie Nelson, Elimo Njau and Philda Njau (Paa Yaa Paa) together with the President of Black History Month 2017 Committee Mr.  Antonio Longangi and his fellow committee members unveil the portrait of Dr. Lillian K. Beam during the opening ceremony of the Black History Month 2017 celebrations held at the auditorium on Wednesday, February 8.


Prof. Paul Zeleza addresses Harvard alumni and USIU-Africa staff and students during the Harvard alumni reception at the Freida Brown Student Center on Wednesday, February 8.

USIU-Africa hosted several alumni of Harvard University on Wednesday, February 8 at the Freida Brown Student Center.

Twenty one students representing three schools and five undergraduate majors will be attending the sixty-third annual session of the Harvard National Model United Nations, which will be held at the Boston Park Plaza from Thursday, February 16, through Sunday, February 19, 2017.

High school students from more than 20 schools in and around Nairobi have been invited for the Admissions Open Day to be held on Saturday, February 18 in the auditorium.

In furtherance of the university’s goal of recruiting highly skilled talent, the Director of Administration has announced three vacancies in the Finance Division, one of which is for the Director of Finance.


Immediate former Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Mrs. Ritah Asunda cuts a cake during a brief ceremony held by the Management Board in her honor, on Tuesday, February 7. Looking on is the Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Zeleza (right).