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  1. Over 200 participants across the globe attend the USIU-Africa Education Day webinar
    Jul 14, 2021 - By Diana Meso Recently, the Admissions Department held an online webinar dubbed the USIU-Africa Education Day that attracted over 200 participants from various schools and organizations across the globe. The event was aimed at marketing USIU-Africa...
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  2. #WhereLeadersAreMade: Stacy Wahome, Fraud Analyst
    Jul 9, 2021 - By the Alumni Relations Office Stacy Gathoni Wahome is a Fraud Analyst at a top financial institution in Kenya. In this role, she investigates fraud cases, assess fraud risks and analyses and detects money laundering. She recently completed her...    
  3. The Admissions Department pays a visit to St. Georges Girls Secondary School
    Jul 9, 2021 - By Diana Meso Last week, representatives from the Admissions Department led by the Chief Admissions Manager Dr. George Lumbasi visited the St. George’s Girls Secondary School in Nairobi to encourage, advice and create awareness on the various...
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  4. USIU-Africa's Executive MBA Students hosted by the SolBridge International School of Business
    Jul 9, 2021 - By SolBridge University Last week, SolBridge International School of Business, Woosong University hosted a cohort of Executive MBA students from USIU-Africa for a 4-day global business executive training and tour. The participants composed of two...    
  5. Chantelle Mukabi emerges as the winner of the African Nations Debate League
    Jul 9, 2021 - By Fresher Diana Chantelle Mukabi, Spoken Arts & Debate Society (SADS Chair) was recently named as the winner of the annual African Nations Debate League, where she and Kagia Samuel (SADS Vice Chair) were representatives of Team Kenya, beating all...    
  6. #WhereLeadersAreMade: Pheodor Mundia, Senior Global Sustainability Manager, Functions and Business Innovation at Unilever
    Jul 2, 2021 - Caption: Pheodor is an experienced marketer in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry, and a turnaround commercial leader with a track record of driving brands back to profitability and growth. He holds a degree in International Business...    
  7. Tools for remote research collaboration
    Jul 2, 2021 - By the USIU-Africa Library Office Remote working—or flexible working arrangements—is becoming increasingly popular in scientific research, driven by both social trends and advances in technology. In the past, major benefits have been the...
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  8. USIU-Africa Library to host information literacy trainings
    Jul 2, 2021 - By the USIU-Africa Library Office Information Literacy (IL) refers to a set of characteristics that a student who has been transformed into a "wise information consumer" and "lifelong learner" embodies. Its aspects range from using information...
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  9. Peer Educators and Counselors Club members graduate from peer education training program
    Jun 25, 2021 - Caption: Members of the Peer Educators and Counselors Club during their graduation ceremony. Students receive training and professional support over the course of two semesters to prepare them to be peer counsellors. Photo: Celeste Impundu . By the...
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  10. The School of Science and Technology hosts a career talk at Makini Cambridge School
    Jun 23, 2021 - Caption : Dr. Collins Oduor (third from the right) with some of the students and parents following the career talk at Makini Cambridge School. The talk was attended by 34 Year 9 students and their parents. By Dr. Collins Oduor and CTW Team As part...
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