MULLY ‘S CHILDREN FAMILY, MATUU - MACHAKOS COUNTY
The students from the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences will be visiting Mully’s children family on Saturday, 28th March, 2014. The college has over the years developed a strong relationship with the children family where the college students visit the family every year to support and mentor the children.
Prof. Mulei, College acting principal, giving a motivational speech to the College technical staff members
College Technical staff members have been taken through management training exercise facilitated by the College. Being the leading college in service delivery, CAVS is committed to offering better service delivery to its stakeholders and at the same time ensuring quality service delivery.
8.4.4 Computer Lab
College acting principal, Prof. Mulei, sensitizing CAVS staff members on the benefits of having Google scholar accounts
CAVS members of staff were trained on how to create accounts on Google scholar and ultimately enlist their research work. In line with the University’s mission and vision, such an initiative will ensure that the researcher’s publications are searchable and visible through the internet and are also traceable to the researcher.
Clinical Study Seminar Room
Colorado State University (USA) members giving a speech during the UoN-CSU-Hawassa University workshop on University-led extension.
University of Nairobi (Kenya), Hawassa University (Ethiopia) and Colorado State University (USA) have agreed to long-term collaborations focused on innovations in community-engaged university Extension, community and economic development, and sustainable dry land ecosystems.
College students (from left) Brenda, Val and Joan, confidently pausing for a photo after donating blood and attending to HIV voluntary counselling and testing (VCT). They were among many who turned up for the activity.
Students happily participated in blood donation and HIV voluntary counselling and testing (VCT) activities during the first day of College Cultural week. In line with the College’s core values, this important activity is expected to last for two days.