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Research Week; Innovation for Sustainable Development and Growth

This year’s annual Research week took place between 16th and 19th November 2015.


The Research week had various events happening in the Faculties. Strathmore Law School on Tuesday 17th November held a half day symposium on the implementation of the Constitution post-2015. This was a culmination of an ongoing joint research project by Strathmore University Law School, Griffith University and Queensland university of Technology. 


In the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS), Dr.Rose Catacutan who is a Business Ethics lecturer gave a presentation to the faculty on Ethical Decision Making in Academic Administration.”The Research Centre-ILAB Africa had lined up a series of events for the Research Week. These included an App Whiz Challenge and other talks on IT outsourcing.


The culmination of the Research week was the Research day held on 19th November 2015.This was a whole day event which saw lecturers and students presenting their research findings. There were prizes for students who excelled in the various categories which were part of the Research Day.


The best students in the category of oral presentations were Anne Keru Munene from the School of Finance and Applied Economics and Sam Omindo from Faculty of Information Technology. The best poster presentation awards went to  Nina Soila and George Thande both from the Centre of Tourism and Hospitality. In the category of display of innovation Frida Kibati and the group Legitimate Technology from ILAB Africa emerged the winners.The Research day ended with the launch of the Strathmore University Research Club (SURE) by the current president of the club Stephen Mokoro.This was followed by the awarding of certificates to all participants and prizes to the best students.