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BBC Science Journalist visits DOJMC

British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Science Journalist Martin Smith visits Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (DOJMC). He addressed our students on Science Journalism and BBC Radio program production stages and procedures at University of Nairobi Towers.

Please find photos of the event by clicking on the link below: 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1D-NotN4aQwIqFOzZB0J1KVHCVVKnxv3u?usp=sharing

 

 

DOJMC/BRITISH ACADEMY SCHOLARS WRITING WORKSHOP

The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (DOJMC), University of Nairobi in collaboration with the British Academy and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) held a Writing Workshop on July 11 and 12, 2022. The workshop brought together journal editors and experienced scholars to work together with ECRs in 'writing' and mentoring sessions tailored to support the latter in producing publishable journal articles.

Prof. David Blumenkrantz book donation to DOJMC

We wish to appreciate Prof. David Blumenkrantz of California State University, Northridge, USA for visiting the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (DOJMC), University of Nairobi to donate a total of eight (8) books documenting eight (8) years of living/working in Kenya and the general East Africa region (1987-1994). The title of the book is “Edges of Africa” to the Africa Council for Communication Education (ACCE)/DOJMC Library to the Chair of DOJMC, Dr.

Capacity Workshop of Youth Organizations in Mathare

The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication held a capacity workshop of youth organizations in Mathare on July 7, 2022 at the Korean Corner, Education Building, Main Campus, University of Nairobi. Some of the topics that were covered included: Understanding Organizational Governance, Sound Organizational Management, Program Management, Human Resource and Membership and Financial Management. The Department continues to bridge the gap between academia and industry in empowering the local community using the research undertaken.

PCEA Gituamba Girls' Secondary School visit DOJMC

PCEA Gituamba Girls' Secondary School Journalism Club students being addressed by Dr. Silas Oriaso the Chairman, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (DOJMC), University of Nairobi after a tour of the department.

Below is a link for photos of the visit:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PilpxkJ0sPGrk80xNVmiO1APFh-oV5Iu?usp=sharing