Two prominent institutions, Kabarak University and the University of Ibadan, embarked on a journey towards enhancing their collaboration and partnership. The meeting, hosted by Kabarak University's Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, was attended by a high-profile delegation from both universities, marking a significant step toward strengthening academic cooperation.
The delegation from Kabarak University was led by Prof. Henry Kiplangat, who has been instrumental in steering his institution towards a path of academic distinction. Accompanying him were key members of the university management, the Dean of the School of Music and Media, and Heads of Departments from the same school. These distinguished individuals represented a range of expertise and were well-equipped to discuss various avenues of collaboration.
The University of Ibadan's delegation was headed by their Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Kayode Oyebode Adebowale, and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research, Innovation & Strategic Partnerships), Prof. Oluyemisi A. Bamgbose. Together, they brought a wealth of experience and insights into the meeting.
The discussions encompassed a wide range of topics, with a particular emphasis on research, innovation, and academic partnerships. Both institutions recognized the importance of pooling resources and expertise to tackle complex issues facing Africa and the world at large.
Furthermore, the delegates discussed the potential for faculty and student exchanges, joint research initiatives, and international collaborations. These discussions laid the foundation for a comprehensive partnership that would not only bolster academic excellence but also foster a vibrant cultural exchange between the two universities.
The meeting at Lake Bogoria Spa Kabarak symbolized the beginning of a promising journey, guided by shared values and a commitment to the betterment of society through education and research. The two universities agreed to establish a framework for further discussions and action plans, outlining the specifics of their collaboration.