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NEW VICE-CHANCELLOR TAKES OVER OFFICE


The Deputy Vice-Chancellor, (Partnership, Research & Innovations) Prof. Joseph Chacha (Right) briefing the new Vice-Chancellor Prof. Julius Nyabundi (left) when the new VC reported to office on 1st March 2016.


 

 

 


Professor Julius Omondi Nyabundi
has taken over as the new Vice-Chancellor of Maseno University with effect from 1st March 2016.


Prof. Nyabundi has promised to make sure Maseno University continues to offer quality education. He will strive to make sure the University access resources that will facilitate it to offer quality education and establish more infrastructures relevant in improving the quality of services offered.

Noting that Kenyans are hungry for education, he said he will pursue the concept of ‘quality sells’, in which he wants the University to emphasize on quality services that will automatically sell it to prospective students.

In order to make significance difference, the Vice-Chancellor said he will identify critical areas and move them to higher levels by channeling adequate resources to them.


From left, Prof. Mary Kipsat (DVC, Academic & Students Affairs), Prof. Catherine Muhoma (DVC, Administration, Finance & Development), Vice-Chancellor Prof. Julius Nyabundi and Prof. Joseph Chacha (DVC, Partnerships, Research & Innovations) sharing a document in the Vice-Chancellor’s office on 1st March 2016.

Prof. Nyabundi is the immediate former Principal of Muranga University College and a former Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Maseno University. He had previously served as the Managing Director, Chemelil Sugar Company. He is a renowned scholar who has published widely in refereed journals and has presented papers in local and international conferences.


On behalf of the University Council, Management, Senate, Staff and Students the Deputy Vice- Chancellor, Partnerships, Research and Innovations, Prof. Joseph Chacha welcome him to Maseno University and assures him of support to steer the University to greater heights.


 

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