A team from Indiana University School of Public Health is visiting Kabarak University in Kenya with the aim of exploring collaboration opportunities and fostering a partnership between the two institutions. The Indiana University team is led by Ms. Nicole Anderson, who is the Director for International Programs for the School of Public Health. The team met with University management led by Prof. John Ochola, who was representing the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, currently engaged in official duties outside the University.
The International Youth Fellowship (IYF) paid a courtesy call to the Vice-Chancellor of Kabarak University, Prof. Henry K. Kiplangat, at his boardroom. The IYF is an organization that has been dedicated to helping young people succeed for the past 30 years. Their mission is to provide opportunities for young women and men around the world to reach their full potential.
On this auspicious occasion of International Nurses and Midwives Day, Kabarak University takes great pride in extending warm wishes and heartfelt appreciation to all the dedicated nursing staff and students at the Department of Nursing in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences led by the Dean, Dr. Pamela Kimeto. As we celebrate the selfless contributions and unwavering commitment of nurses, we recognize them as true heroes and their compassion as their superpower. Their exceptional work and dedication to patient care are commendable, and Kabarak University wholeheartedly thanks them for their love and effort in making a significant impact on the lives of countless individuals.
Kabarak University School of Science Engineering and Technology is a premier School at Kabarak University that offers various IT programs to students who aspire to become experts in the field. The school is renowned for its world-class curriculum, experienced faculty, and state-of-the-art facilities that help students attain the knowledge and skills required to excel in the IT industry.
Kabarak University, one of the leading private universities in Kenya, has opened its doors to new students for the May intake. The university is offering courses in seven different schools, each with its unique programs and courses. The schools include the School of Law, School of Pharmacy, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, School of Music and Media, School of Business, School of Education, and the School of Science, Engineering, and Technology.
Kabarak University is proud to have an innovative team of students who will be representing the university in the Hult Prize competition in Rio, Brazil. This competition brings together the brightest minds from all over the world to solve some of the most pressing challenges faced by humanity.
Excitement is in the air at Kabarak University as news spreads about the institution's recent success in the Microsoft Skilling Program. This program was designed to enhance the technical skills of university lecturers in Kenya, and it kicked off on March 6, 2023. Participants from both private and public universities attended the Coding Challenge that took place at the Microsoft ADC Dunhill Towers in Nairobi on April 4, 2023.
The second day of Kabarak University's two-day staff training and team-building event was a culmination of seamless, intense activities aimed at fostering teamwork and unity among the university staff. The day began with a palpable energy in the air, as everyone eagerly anticipated the thrilling team building activities that would not only engage them but also strengthen bonds and build trust.
The two-day Kabarak University staff training and team building was off to a great start on a beautiful Tuesday morning. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry K. Kiplangat, gave an inspiring speech that set the tone for the seminar, declaring it open. The first day of the seminar was intensive, with various speakers covering different topics. Dr. Bani Orwa talked about employee performance at the workplace, accountability, and process ownership. Mr. Paul Gichuki handled issues related to employee mental well-being at the workplace, workplace etiquette and relationships, financial wellness, and employee pre-retirement stage. The university staff had a great time learning, relearning, socializing, and enjoying sumptuous meals.
Kabarak University, nestled in the tranquil countryside of Nakuru County in Kenya, is renowned for its academic excellence, vibrant student life, and serene environment. The campus is a hub of activity, with students, staff, and visitors bustling about their daily activities. However, during the exam period, the campus takes on a different vibe. The streets become deserted as students retreat to their study rooms, while the Daniel T. Arap Moi Library overflows with eager learners.