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2020/2021 Virtual First Years Module Orientation

School of Journalism and Mass Communication held its 1st ever virtual orientation for the 2020/2021 First Years intake on Thursday September 3, 2020 through Google meet. The orientation aim was to provide students with information and awareness necessary to help them acclimatize to university life, to introduce students to college services which will support their educational and personal goals (eg.

Climate change adaptation

Students from School of Journalism covering climate change adaptation event. On the 23rd and 24th January 2020,the Kenya Climate Action Center in collaboration with other international climate organizations had a symposium at the University of Nairobi towers 4th floor to engage on the best agricultural practices that can improve the agricultural production in the world to save the hunger situations that usually come about due to poor agricultural practices. Several deliberations were made including incorporating the youth and women in agricultural production.


On September 10, 2019 the School of Journalism and Mass Communication received new students aspiring to persue Master of Arts in Communication Studies. Below are pictures of the the new student during the Orientation. It was graced by the Director, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Univeristy of Nairobi Prof. Ndeti Ndati and his deputy Dr. Samuel Siringi.

Dr. Mold Pitches for Continental Free Trade Agreement

The African Continental Free Trade Agreement offers hope of a revival of both regional and intra-African trade to boost trade and development in Eastern Africa.
This was the overarching message during Dr Andrew Mold’s IDS seminar presentation on the potential impact of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) in Eastern Africa region and the next steps concerning implementing the agreement.

UoN Students Tour to United Nations

The University of Nairobi Students from the Department of Literature, Soka University Students on exchange programme toured the United Nation lead by the Chair Dept of Literature Dr. Masumi Odari. The guided tour offers an exciting opportunity for students to discover UN Headquarters, the tour guide took students on a brief journey through the corridors of international diplomacy to learn about the history and work of the United Nations, they visited the famous General Assembly Hall and Security Council Chambers.

Soka University Summer Exchange Programme

The Department of Literature hosted Soka University Students from Japan for a joint summer student exchange program. The programme was designed to empower students to explore, participate and enhance their leadership capabilities.
Later on Students together with the Soka Representatives, Chair Dept of Literature Dr. Masumi met the Dean Faculty of Arts Prof. Ephraim Wahome where they engaged in various matters in regards to the student's leadership mentorship programs, exchange programs and academic trips.