Prof. George Magoha (Left) congratulates new Vice Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi during the installation ceremony.
The University of Nairobi Vice Chancellor, Prof. Peter M. F. Mbithi makes his maiden visit to the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) this coming Thursday, January 15th, 2015.
Prof. P. M. F. Mbithi will be visiting his "mother" college where he previously served as the College Principal, Dean (Faculty of Veterinary Medicine), Chairman (Department of Clinical studies) and a Professor of Veterinary Surgery before he was appointed to the position of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (A & F) in the year 2005, where he served for ten (10) years until his recent appointment to the position of the Vice Chancellor. This will come just one day after his inauguration as the Vice Chancellor, University of Nairobi.
Arrangement are on top gear to receive the Vice Chancellor. He will be received by the College Principal, Prof. A. W. Mwang'ombe, College Management Board (CMB), College Academic Board (CAB), Staff and Students. There after, he will have a consultative meeting with the CMB and the CAB members. Download the event programme in Ms Word or in PDF.
Staff and students take this earliest opportunity to welcome the Vice Chancellor to The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS).
.........."Karibu Nyumbani Prof"..........
Uganda Christian University, Mukono, and Kampala Uganda
The games were held at Uganda Christian University, Mukono, and Kampala Uganda from 16th -22nd December 2015. Eight (8) teams represented the University of Nairobi during the 9th edition of the Eastern Africa University Games.
Overall, the performance of University of Nairobi teams was as follows
Team Number of medals
Total = 22 Medals
Total number of medals acquired was twenty two (22).
The team’s also worn one (1) trophy.
This was good performance considering that the university had presented only individual sports and a small number.
Mrs. Marete - Games Tutor, CAVS
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr. George Ooko Abong’, a lecturer in the Department Food Science, Nutrition and Technology, College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences joined as a co-chair the Communication Working Group (CWG) that is one among the five important technical support arms of the Global Food Safety Partnership (GFSP) during the 3rd Annual GFSP Conference held in Cape Town, South Africathis December 8-12, 2014that was attended by more than 130 participants from over 50 organizations.
Dr. Abong’ during GFSP working group co-chairs breakfast meeting