Team Integrity, the new Faculty leaders

The University of Nairobi held its Faculty and Campus Students Association (FCSA) annual elections. The elections were held virtually on Friday March 25th, 2022.

There were three teams competing for FCSA office in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences FOASS; Team Success, Team Okuz and Team Integrity.

Team Integrity took the lead with a total of 1361 votes followed closely by Team Okuz with 1179 votes. The incoming Chairperson representing FOASS in FCSA is Peter Nguka.

Varsity enters deal to support women in cross border trade

The University of Nairobi through the Women Economic Empowerment HUB (WEE-HUB) has signed an MOU with the Ministry of East African Community and Regional Development and the Collaborative Centre for Gender Development and the Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development (CCGD) that will see the three support women in cross border trade.

Demise of a Great Social Work Icon from India, Professor Vimla Nadkarni.

  Professor Nadkarni has distinguished herself in the field of Social  work, both in  academia and the practice of social work.  She is recognized for her exemplary leadership in the 

International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) steering the IASSW to become an effective organization in promoting academic excellence.

Professor Nadkarni has visited the University of Nairobi twice, and in her last visit presented a paper at the International Social Work symposium held at the UoN Towers.


Does Tax Alleviate Problems of Urbanization in Developing Countries?

MA Sociology Symposium 1 of 2021 on 17/06/2021

Presenter: Prof. Attiya Waris is the Director of Research, Innovation and Enterprise at the University of Nairobi. She holds a PhD in Law and is a specialist in Fiscal Law, Policy and Development; She is an advocate, company secretary and arbitrator teaching at the Law School, University of Nairobi, Kenya, the Law School, University of Rwanda and the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria. She has researched and published on African, Asian, European as well as Latin American issues.