Helping school heads overcome stress

By Kennedy Buhere

Some 52 per cent of school Principals in Kenya experience high levels of stress, an Education Psychologist at Masinde Muliro University of Technology, Dr Ken Otieno told heads gathered in Mombasa for their 2014 annual meeting.


KU honours Gen Karangi for liberating Kismayu

By Stephen Mburu
Kenyatta University has honoured the Chief of the Defence Forces Gen Julius Karangi for his exemplary service to the country and community.


Law students asked to diversify

By James Wakahiu
Mount Kenya University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Stanley Waudo, has asked Kenyan law students to diversify so they could be of more value when they get into practice.


MKU sets aside Sh10m for research programmes

By James Wakahiu
MKU has set aside Sh10 million to help its lecturers in their research, the university Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of research and development Prof. John Nderitu has said.


The flying princess of Ethiopian Airlines


Left: It's all joy for Ms Selam Tesfaye during the graduation ceremony at the Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, on June 6, 2013. Ms Tesfaye was the only female pilot--among 26 pilots and 68 cabin crew professionals--who graduated in the Multi-Crew Pilot License (MPL) programme said to be the first in Africa. Right: Mr Tewolde GebreMariam CEO, Ethiopian Airlines, decorates Ms Selam Tesfaye. PHOTOS: Xinhua/Michael Tewelde

MKU develops plan for Joytown Special School as student wins Maathai award

Mount Kenya University has developed a five-year strategic plan for Thika’s Salvation Army Joytown Special Primary School to help it tackle its challenges.


National Maths Competition

Mount Kenya University director of marketing and Corporate Affairs, Boniface Murigi and Lucy Wangui of the department, advise students on career choices during the National Maths Competition at Mang'u High School in Kiambu County. MKU has was a key sponsor of the event. PHOTO:  James Wakahiu