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COLLECTION OF CERTIFICATES: 70TH GRADUATION CEREMONY

All Graduates of the 70th Congregation for the conferment of Degrees and award of Diplomas held on December 15, 2023 are requested to collect their certificates from the University of Nairobi Central Examinations Centre, Chiromo Campus starting from Wednesday, 17th January 2024 to Friday, 9th February, 2024

 

UON ANNUAL PRAYER DAY

As we begin the year 2024, it's the culture and practice of the University family to put God first in everything we plan to do. 

Please join us on Friday, January 19th, 2024, in Taifa Hall from 11.00am to 1.00pm for UoN Prayer Day as we come together to seek blessings, guidance and positive mindset for the new year.

Guests should be seated by 10.00am

Let's start the year with hope and gratitude! 

#UoNPrayerDay #NewYearBlessings

VISIT BY DANIDA CONSULTATIVE RESEARCH COMMITTEE FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

On Monday 8th January 2024, the Danida Consultative Research Committee For Development Research visited the Faculty of Vet. Medicine, where first they made a courtesy call to the Dean, FVM together with the heads of departments and Later in the afternoon, the team lead by the Dean, Faculty of Vet.Medicine visited the Flygene Project field site. 

GUEST LECTURE ON GROSS VETERINARY PATHOLOGY

The Department of Veterinary Pathology Microbiology and Parasitology , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
University of Nairobi, hosted a guest lecture by Professor Craig Linden; a Prof of Pathology at University
of Tennessee on Thursday November 23, 2023 from 08:00am to 10:00 am. The lecture was about Gross
Pathology, techniques, lesion descriptions and necropsy tips. It was attended by 4 th and 5 th year
veterinary students and representative faculty. This lecture was illustrative, interactive and insightful

HEALTH SYMPOSIUM HELD AT FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE UON

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine hosted a One Health symposium on November 24, 2023 in the Seminar room Clinical Studies Department. The symposium innovatively brought together students from the Faculties of Veterinary Medicine and Health Sciences UoN to discuss Clinical case scenarios within the paradigm of one Health. The cases were covered in a two-way knowledge exchange platform that integrated group work and plenary case discussions that interfaced with Jeopardy game of categorized incrementally weighted question and answer. The symposium was graced by Prof J. D.

WEBINAR TO COMMEMORATE WORLD AIDS DAY 2023

The University, as its annual ritual, will commemorate World AIDS Day 2023. This year's theme, 'Let Communities Lead' will guide the conversations and activities that will be held. A Webinar has been organized on November 29, 2023 from 2:00pm-5:00pm. 

The panel of experts will discuss:- 

FACULTY OF VET.MEDICINE TREE PLANTING EXERCISE TO HONOUR NATIONAL TREE PLANTING DAY

Monday 13th November 2023, the Faculty of Vet. Medicine honoured iniative by the government to plant 15bn trees by 2032 to tackle the climate crisis and deforestation amid worsening impacts such as a severe drought in the country and the wider Horn of Africa region.

The Event was flagged off by Prof. Mande, Dean FVM, Dr. Onono, Chairman PHPT and Vet.Farm Manager Mr. Augastine Raila.

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

The University's Health Services in collaboration with other health facilities has planned two activities to commemorate the World Mental Health Day 2023. 

This is to invite you to participate in these activities. 

1. A pre-event webinar on mental Health to be held on Tuesday, October 17, 2023 from 2:00-4:00pm virtually. Please see attached the program and the virtual link-https://us05web.zoom.us/j/86427606924?pwd=wlJmQUxmmtAgp7ZO6csIPdn5jEeKOU.1

ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE 2023

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Nairobi, will hold its Annual International Conference during the University of Nairobi’s 2023 Research Week. The theme of this Conference is: “Harnessing Research in Veterinary Science for Resilience and Sustainability of Communities”. Research within animal science must largely focus on supporting human development, which is constantly threatened by major factors such as climate change, antimicrobial resistance, and emerging and re-emerging diseases.