Kibwezi Field Station, UoN
University of Nairobi, College of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, through the Department of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology (LARMAT) will be selling cattle, goats and sheep at Kibwezi field station before Christmas, 2014.
One of the bulls on sale
The Price Will Be per Kilogram Live weight as Follows:
ANIMAL PRICE/KG NUMBER OF ANIMALS
CATTLE 120/= 27
SHEEP 120/= 19
GOAT 150/= 40
Part of the flock on sale
In All the Categories Above, We Have Female and Male Animals.
Sale Will Be on First Come First Served Basis
Hurry Up While Stock Lasts
Contact: - Mr. Kahi - 0721416944
TIME FROM 9.00AM
ALL ARE WELCOME
Mr. Kahi - 0721416944
Chancellor's Court, UoN
The University of Nairobi held its 52nd Graduation Ceremony on Friday, 5th November 2014 in which 7,789 students were conferred with various degrees among them 93 PhDs, 2,440 Masters and 4673 Bachelors.
CAVS PhD Graduands in the 52nd University of Nairobi Graduation Held on 5/12/2014
The University conferred honorary degrees to the Chancellor of the University of Nairobi Dr. Vijoo Rattansi and Mr. S.K. Macharia. This was notably the last graduation ceremony for Prof. George Magoha presiding over as Vice-Chancellor. The new Vice Chancellor designate, Prof. Peter Mulwa Felix Mbithi was introduced to the congregation by the University of Nairobi Chancellor as the University looks forward to ushering him into the helm of the University Vice Chancellor early in January, 2015.
CAVS PhD Graduands in the front row as they eargerly await conferment of the degrees
Prof. Peter M.F. Mbithi has been appointed the new Vice Chancellor of the University of Nairobi with effect from 6th January, 2015 for a five-year term renewable once. The formal appointment was made by the Cabinet Secretary, Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Jacob Kaimenyi as per Section 39, of the Universities Act 2012.
Prof. Peter Mulwa Felix Mbithi
B.V.M, MSc., MVSc., Ph.D, MKCVC (Surg.), IOM, EBS
He will take over from Prof. George Magoha whose final term expires in January 2015. He becomes the seventh Vice-Chancellor, since the inception of the University of Nairobi in 1970.
Prof Peter M. F. Mbithi is a Professor of Veterinary Surgeon in the Department of Clinical Studies (CSD), in our college, CAVS. The Principal, staff and students of the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences takes this earliest opportunity to congratulate Prof. P. M. F. Mbithi on his new appointment and wish him God’s blessings as he looks forward towards steering the University of Nairobi to higher levels.
Read more on http://www.uonbi.ac.ke/node/7160 .
Uni-Bio Park, CAVS
The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences on Friday, 28th November, 2014 planted over two thousand (2,000) trees of fifteen (15) different species which comprised of indigeneous medicinal trees and trees of cultural values, like the Mugumo tree. The trees were planted at the Uni-Bio Park, Upper Kabete Field Station in an auspicious ceremony presided over by Ms. Juliet Murugu of Total Kenya, Prof. Agnes W. Mwang'ombe, the Principal CAVS among other inivited guests.
The Chief Guest, Ms. Juliet Murugu of Total Kenya, Plants a Tree at the Uni-Bio Park on 28th November, 2014
Staff and Students of the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) among other inivited guests had yet another opportunity to interract this year while naturing the environment under this years theme of "GREENER CLEANER ENVIRONMENT".
Prof. A. W. Mwang'ombe, the Principal CAVS, Plants a Tree at the Uni-Bio Park on 28th November, 2014
This congress brought together seed companies (Monsanto), National Research Centres, regulatory agencies (KEphis), Public universities (UON, KU, Moi), ICRISAT, Council of governors, Ministry of Agriculture, livestock and fisheries, ministry of industry. Read more in Ms Word or in PDF.