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Department of Language and Performing Arts, Daystar University

MachakosArtLangues, Philologies, Etudes Linguistiques

Inviting speakers to talk on topical issues such as elections and citizenship (Boniface Mwangi), The structure of Marginalization in Kenya (Adam Hussein), The Soul of Sex (Curtis Reed), and the Mau Mau Compensations (Muoki Mbunga)

holding a Creatives Academy workshop that connects students to writers, publishers and media personalities who share their experiences and insights on how one can make a living from writing, negotiate with publishers and brand themselves and their work

increasing visibility and interaction through social media. The LPA department ranks as the most active Kenyan academic department on social media and the internet

inviting visiting scholars to teach in the Department, such as Jack Ballard from Malone University and Helen Walker from Messiah College

promoting online writing through the course "Creative non-fiction" taught in January 2014 by Prof. Helen Walker from Messiah College and launching the first university chapter of the Bloggers' Association of Kenya.Dr. Larry Ndivo also runs a blog called "Engage: Discourses on Kenyan Literature" which reviews recent Kenyan writings

Establishing the Daystar University Book Club, moderated by Prof Mike Kuria, which discusses various books and invites writers, and which meets in a restaurant of the members' choice. Writers who have attended the Book Club so far include Ng'ang'a Mbugua, author and two-time winner of the Wahome Mutahi prize, Eva Kasaya, winner of the Jomo Kenyatta Foundation Prize, and Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, winner of the Caine Prize.
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Daystar University

Machakos

Daystar is a Christian liberal arts university in Nairobi, Kenya.

Daystar's original campus is close to Nairobi city centre, but there was no room to expand at that location. Therefore, in the last decade a new campus has been built at Athi River, some 40 km to the south-east of the city, on the Mombasa Road. This development has been largely as a result of work of the vice chancellor of Daystar, Professor S. Talitwala.

Embu University college

ManagementAgriculture, Pêche, AlimentaireEtudes culturellesPhysiqueSylvicultureSciences VétérinairesMédecine, Général, Interne

The Embu Agricultural Staff Training (EAST) College was established in 1947 as an agriculture training school for pre-service training at certificate level to Kenya African Preliminary Examination (KAPE) students.Later in 1968, the Centre was renamed Embu Institute of Agriculture and started admitting secondary school leavers for two-year certificate training as Technical Assistants. In 1990, it was up-graded to an Agricultural Staff Training College whose mandate was to develop and implement short management and technical courses, and offer research and consultancy services to enhance performance in the agricultural sector.

This continued until June 2011 when the College was converted to Embu University College through a Legal Notice No. 65 of 17 June 2011. The EUC council was inaugurated after its upgrading from Embu Agricultural Staff Training (EAST) College by President Mwai Kibaki.The objective of the University College is to play a leading role in the development and expansion of the opportunities for higher education and research in Agriculture, Agribusiness, Veterinary Medicine, Forestry, Water and Biological and Physical sciences.

currently the University operates as a constituent college of the University Of Nairobi. The Universitry is located along the Meru-Nairobi Highway, five kilometers from the Embu town.
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Dedan Kimathi University of Technology

Agriculture, Pêche, Alimentaire

Dedan Kimathi University of Technology (DeKUT) is a public, coeducational technological university in Nyeri, Kenya. It is one of 22 public universities in Kenya, having been a constituent college of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology since the year 2007 until it was chartered to become a fully fledged public university on 14 December 2012.

It was the first university in Kenya to be chartered under the new universities act of 2012 and the eighth public university to be established in the country.

It started as a middle-level national technical and business-oriented learning institution in 1972 and was elevated in 2007 to a constituent university college of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology through a Kenya Gazette notice to become a full-fledged university in three years. However, this came later on 14 December 2012 when President Mwai Kibaki officiated and awarded the institution a charter in a landmark ceremony attended by key government officials and higher education stakeholders.

It is located approximately 6 km from Nyeri along the Nyeri – Mweiga highway. The entire college land spans about 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) consisting of 350 acres (1.4 km2) of natural forest, 350 acres (1.4 km2) of mature coffee and 300 acres (1.2 km2) of open space for expansion

On 26 November 2008 construction of a modernistic, multi-purpose resource centre began. The second phase, out of four, of this project reached completion in late 2010. It serves as the main hub for most activities and events in the college.

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