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EAMARC 3

The Eastern Africa Multidisciplinary Applied Research Conference (EAMARC 3) was held at USIU-A on 15th to 17th November 2016. The purpose of the conference was to create a platform for development researchers and practitioners, eminent scholars, representatives of international organizations, policy actors, industry practitioners, professionals and students from different countries across all sectors including government, academia, industry, civil society and grassroot organizations to discuss a variety of research and policy issues under the broad theme of “Sustainable Development Goals: Role of Research Innovation and Capacity Building.” to share findings from their applied research along with experiences, achievements and challenges in their respective areas of proficiency. The specific objectives of the conference were the 17 SDG goals.

 

EAMARC 2

The Eastern Africa Multidisciplinary Applied Research Conference (EAMARC 2) was held at USIU-A on 18th to 20th Nov 2015. The purpose of the conference was to create a platform for the distinguished researchers, industry practitioners, professionals and students to share findings from their applied research along with experiences, achievements and challenges in their respective areas of proficiency. The conference specifically aimed at providing a podium for researchers to vitrine their research activities through;

  • Discussion of specialized applied research related to development goals and policy issues relevant to decision making, in particular with respect to the East African region;
  • Collaboration among researchers and linkages with practitioners and policy makers;
  • Contribution to publications and dissemination of research finding
EAMARC 1

The Eastern Africa Multidisciplinary Applied Research Conference (EAMARC 1) was the first conference of its kind, organized by USIU-A, and held in Nairobi on 12th to 14th November 2013. The theme was Relevance of Applied Research to Society and the aim was to bring together distinguished researchers, different industry practitioners, professionals and students to share findings from their applied research along with experiences, achievements and challenges in their respective areas of proficiency. The specific objectives included:

  1. Discussion of specialized applied research related to development goals and policy issues relevant to decision making with respect to the East African region
  2. Collaboration among researchers and linkages with practitioners and policy makers
  3. Contribution to publications and dissemination of research findings
For more information contact: eamarc@usiu.ac.ke or smuchai@usiu.ac.ke
Tel: +254730116441 0r +254203606441/606/511/406/621/609