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Academics and Student Affairs Division

The 20th of November 2020 marked the end of the undergraduate exams for students who commenced their semester in July 2020. These exams were successfully held in the University from the 3rd of November 2020. Students who sat for these exams are taking courses in Strathmore Law School, Strathmore University Business School, Strathmore Institute of Mathematical Sciences, School of Hospitality and Tourism, School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the School of Computing and Engineering Sciences. In addition, the University made arrangements for students in Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda, who were not able to travel to Kenya, to sit for their exams while in their respective countries.

During this time, there was wonderful collegiality between the Examinations Services Department, administrators and members of faculty, who worked tirelessly to ensure a smooth examination process. Similarly, the majority of students cooperated well with faculty during the exam period. Moreover, the Examinations Services Department and all the Schools in the University have been keen to take the lessons learned during this time so as to make certain that future examinations held in the University, especially during these unprecedented times, go on smoothly.

To everyone who has helped to make these exams a success and a reality for Strathmore, THANK YOU! The SU family greatly appreciates you and your efforts.

Students’ Ethics Week Webinar

The 2020 theme for the University has been anchored on Promoting Ethical Behaviour: Do Good, Be More, Fight Corruption. From 16th-20th November, the University held a Webinar series for different stakeholders. The theme of the students’ webinar was ‘The  Role of the Youth in Combating Corruption and Promoting Ethical Practices’.

To access the webinar recording for this session, see the details below:

Link: https://strathmore.zoom.us/rec/share/f1AmluXPYu5RgNuGKJfvFJZNiVYYHU9ieMmBCNKB_uzO65zqC3TWiTAMpoSjbTJo.a6JI6HBWshlJDUdz?startTime=1605536041000

Password: RiA?5s4A

Community Service Centre

An Invitation to Serve: Strathmore University Exhibition

What is it?

Strathmore University would like to organize an exhibition of Strathmore’s history through pictures, videos, documents, artwork, etc.  This project aims to raise awareness of the rich history of Strathmore as an institution starting with Strathmore College and Kianda College in the 1960s.

The funds raised through the project will go towards supporting the Strathmore University Foundation (SUF) COVID -19 fundraising campaign.  Interested Strathmore University staff are invited to participate in the project  pursuant to the University’s motto “’Ut Omnes Unum Sint’ which means “That all maybe one”. The project will be coordinated by the office of DVC Planning and Development.

At least one of the following make you ideal to participate in the project:

  • Availability for an average of one hour per day beyond your official duties
  • Keen interest in Strathmore University history, culture and arts in general
  • Good people skills including ability to talk confidently to individuals and groups
  • Good event planning and organizational skills
  • Digital content development and social media engagement skills
  • Flexible and quick learner.

What support will you be given?

  • Training with an exhibition expert to prepare you for the project
  • Continuous briefing from the exhibition organizers
  • Opportunity to participate in subsequent related events

Are you interested in this opportunity to serve? We would like to hear from you. Kindly send  an email to ideas@strathmore.edu with a copy to your Manager or Head of Department by Tuesday, 25th November 2020.  In your email, if you so wish, do indicate your motivation to participate in the project.

This is an opportunity for Strathmore University staff only

Research Brown Bag Sessions

This series continues to be held online; invitations to individual sessions are sent only to those who subscribe to receive them.

To subscribe, fill out this form: https://forms.gle/ia7TVLbM2jrnTQXw6.

 Grants and proposals support

All staff are highly encouraged to register on Research Beeline (https://www.researchbeeline.com/), the University’s grant discovery tool. For further assistance, you may contact the office through research@strathmore.edu.

Research Ethics Review

The secretariat may be reached through ethicsreview@strathmore.edu.

To apply for ethical clearance, follow the instructions at this link: https://strathmore.edu/research-at-strathmore/su-ierc/.

Researcher Profiles

The University subscribes to the ORCID (https://orcid.org/) for researcher profile management.

All research staff (lecturers, full-time researchers, and research assistants) should create and update their profiles.

Staff Wellness Webinar

All Strathmore University(SU) Staff are invited to this week’s webinar scheduled to take place on 25th  November, 2020 from 12:00 pm. For more details, see the poster below: