Library of Congress to train TU-K staff
Library of Congress to train TU-K staff The Library of Congress in Nairobi will train academic and library staff of the Technical University of Kenya on descriptive cataloguing using Resource Description and Access (RDA). This training offer was made during a consultative meeting between Prof. Joseph Kiplang’at, TU-K’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Administration, Planning & Infrastructure (DVC-API) and Dr. Edward Miner, the Director of the... Full story on Library of Congress to train TU-K staff
TU-K student to represent country in Commonwealth Chess Championships in Delhi; to lead team to Olympiad in Georgia
TU-K student to  represent country in Commonwealth Chess Championships in Delhi; to lead team to  Olympiad in Georgia Chess Kenya has invited a Technical University of Kenya’s student to represent Kenya in the Commonwealth Chess Championships in Delhi, India scheduled to take place between June 24 and July 4 this year. Ms. Joyce Nyaruai, the reigning Women Kenya National Chess Champion 2018 and her Men champion counterpart are the only two... Full story on TU-K student to represent country in Commonwealth Chess Championships in Delhi; to lead team to Olympiad in Georgia
Development in Africa with Radio Astronomy Basic Training Programme
View Full information and Application Form Africa is becoming the focus for the world of radio astronomy. It will host the mid-frequency Square Kilometre Array (SKA) – the next generation global radio astronomy facility that will be built initially in South Africa, and then rolled out across eight African partner countries, including Kenya. Prior to the SKA, a network of radio telescopes called the African Very Long Baseline Interferometry Network (AVN) is being built in the African partner countries. To support this effort the... Full story on Development in Africa with Radio Astronomy Basic Training Programme