Students Research Club Develops Clubs Management System (CMS)
The Dean of Students, Mr. Paul Ochieng, launched the Club Management System (CMS), a brand new custom made Information System set to manage all the University clubs data. The system was launched on Monday for testing by the Dean of Students.
Speaking during the launch at his Office, Mr. Ochieng praised the creativity and innovation demonstrated by the Strathmore Research Clubs Phenom Research Lab team (the clubs Information Technology Research wing) in coming up with the system.
Manual management of the Universitys clubs and societies information has been such a daunting task. The new system will help my office to monitor every club activity with a click of a button. I highly commend the development team for such a good job, they have not only made themselves proud but the university too, said Mr. Ochieng. He also asked the team to develop a sports management module.
Mr. Ochieng was especially grateful to Stephen Mokoro, the Lead Developer of CMS and Founder and Director of the Phenom Research Lab. Other developers include Michael Kiarie and John Ngugi. The Phenom Research lab is made up of highly talented Information Technology students who are determined to use their skills and technical knowhow to create innovative solutions to Africas most pressing developmental needs.
We want to bring together Strathmores best talent in IT and give them a platform to showcase their technical prowess. Although we are still a young team, we have big dreams. Our goal is to at one time, undertake highly technical research in such areas of artificial intelligence as machine learning, natural language processing, expert systems, neural networks and robotics among others. A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. We have just taken our first step, said Stephen.
About the Strathmore Research club
The Strathmore University Research club is a student organization affiliated to Strathmore University that is dedicated to contributing to sustainable development through research. The club also aims at encouraging research and innovation among students to solve some of the challenges that our society faces today.
The research club seeks to promote student research empowering students to undertake cutting-edge research that will be the foundation of innovative and creative solutions for the achievement of sustainable development, and to disseminate the research findings thereof.
We do this through training, mentorship and hands-on research for skill development.
The research club aspires to be the leading student organization in Student research and innovation in the region, capable of producing cutting-edge research and innovative solutions that will leapfrog Africa and the world in sustainable development and growth.
Core values of the Research Club
- Team work
To join the research club or its Phenom Research Lab team, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org