The School of Pharmacy celebrated the Annual Pharmacy Day on the 8th of July. The event whose culmination was the Gala was preceded by a series of events that included talks and mentorship sessions together with the launch of the second edition of The Druggist- a publication by the Kabarak University Pharmacy Students Association (KUPSA).
According to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), Kenya is ranked fifth among African Countries with the highest number of mental disorders cases; depression taking the lead followed by a high level of mental distress and suicidal behavior. This is a growing trend, especially in institutions which is why the Student Affairs Department -Counselling section, in conjunction with the Kabarak University Medical Center conducted a whole week of sensitization on Mental health.
The Kabarak University annual Law Conference 2022 was officially opened today. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and Research), Prof. John Ochola opened the conference on behalf of the University Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, today handed over the keys of the New Nakuru City Campus Complex to the Campus Director, Dr. Maina Waiganjo.The building has been under construction since February 2020, and today’s function marked its completion where the contractor and architect handed over the certificate of completion to the Vice-Chancellor and assured the University of a 6months defect and liability period.
Kabarak University students duo Daisy Biwott and Marion Jeluget, on Wednesday 8th June, 2022 made headlines by making it to the global rounds of the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition.
The Kabarak University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat today led members of staff and students in the dedication chapel service of officials of the School of Business & Economics students association (KUBSA), Christian Union, and Kabarak Chapel Choir.
The team from Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) led by Prof. Charles Ong’ondo – Director/CEO brief the University senate on the essence of Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) Basic Education Curriculum Framework (BECF), preparations required in implementing BECF/CBC, and management implications of the BECF.