An important mandate of universities is to build capacity of graduate students to conduct ‘good’ research.
It is necessary for students to develop skills in planning, managing and implementing research – but this requires not only content knowledge and a good grounding in statistical concepts, it is also as important , if not more important, to develop effective interpersonal and technology skills.
CAVS acting Principal, Prof. Charles Mulei (Third right) and Mrs. Taana Husu-Kallio, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Finland, in a group photo with other visiting Finnish delegation members plus College lecturers.
College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences has partnered with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Finland, and University of Helsinki, in creating a Regional Research and Innovation Institute for Food systems in Kenya.
Members of the AAUN project led by its two coordinators Prof. Inakwu Odeh (Second Left) and Prof. Nancy Karanja (third Left) in a group photo taken during the AAUN PRDF workshop held at CHAK Guest House, Nairobi.
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Solve the Equation East-Africa (SEE) coordinator, Dr. Andrew G. Thaiyah (left), Principal, Prof. Agnes Mwangombe (second left) and Dean, Faculty of Agriculture, Prof. John Kimenju (second right), together with other lecturers during the launch of the program at 8.4.4 Lecture hall.
Prof. Karuri (left) guiding a post-graduate student during the presentation of Farmed Fish Value Chain Project Progress Report
College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS), through Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FoVM), successfully kicked-off its presentations of progress reports on farmed fish value chain project today.