International recognition: DoGES alumni wins the Association of American Geographers award in the USA
President of University of Bordeaux Montaigne Courtesy Call to the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies
The President of University of Bordeaux Montaigne, Prof. Jean Paul Jourdan, visited the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies on Tuesday 15th July 2014.
Mr. John Omwamba, a postgraduate student in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, has been granted admission into the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Summer School 2014 at the University of Nottingham,
Tana River County is set to benefit from outcomes of various research findings which are to inform its policy planning processes in eco-tourism management, conflict resolution, education, agriculture, fisheries, livestock management, strategic environmental assessment, others. The research findings were presented and discussed at a national scientific conference whose theme was ‘The impacts of human activities and climate change in Tana River County, Kenya”.
McGill University’s Canadian Field Studies in Africa (CFSIA) Group Visits the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies
Dr. Francis Mwaura of the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies (DoGES) was one of the facilitators in the 2013 Population, Health & Environment (PHE) Integration Capacity Building Workshop held on 4-9th November at the Kenya School of Government.
Ms. Parita Shah of the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies (DoGES) attended the 2013 summer school on “Global Change and Sustainable Environment”. The summer school, which was held in Côte d’Ivore in September 2013, is an international event coordinated by the Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) of the UniversityofBern, Switzerland.