Whois going to Speak in this session: Education and Change


Chief Guest - Session 6

Ambassador Samson Nabukwesi - Principal Seceretary, State Department for University Education and Research
Represented by: Dr. Eric Mwangi - Directorate of Research, Science and Technology, MoE

Prof.  F.  Keraro  E-Campus Coordinator, Egerton University

Welcoming Remarks:

Prof. F. Keraro, E-Campus Coordinator, Egerton University

SESSION 6: Keynote Speakers

Mr. Athanase Habimana Mvukiyehe
Mr. Athanase Habimana MvukiyeheUniversity of Eastern Africa, Baraton

The Influence of Language as Medium of Teaching -learning on Learners’ Academic Achievement: A case of Nile Basin Primary School (NBPS) in Goma Town, Democratic Republic of Congo

Mr Athanase Habimana Mvukiyehe is a Senior Lecturer at Kinyatsi-Nyamitaba Institute of Higher Education, Democratic Republic of Congo. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Geography with education from Bukavu Institute of Higher Education, DRC. He holds also a Master’s degree in education (Curriculum and Teaching) from the University Of Eastern Africa, Baraton, Kenya

Dr. J. O. Gogo
Dr. J. O. GogoMaseno University

Access and Provision of Quality Technical and Vocational Education for Sustainable Industrial Development in Kenya.

Dr. Julius Otieno Gogo is a Senior Lecturer in Maseno University. Dr. Gogo holds a Doctor of Education degree in Education Management from the University of South Africa and a Master’s degree in Planning and Economics of Education from Maseno University. 

Dr. Truphena Oduol
Dr. Truphena Oduol Pan African Christian University, Kenya

A Comparative Study of Teacher’s Codes of Ethics in Kenya and New Zealand. What can Kenya Learn?

Truphena Oduol is a Lecturer and chair of Department of Leadership at the Pan Africa Christian University, Nairobi Kenya. She holds a PhD from the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand ( Ethical leadership);  master’s degree from Flinders University, Australia,(Leadership and management-Evidence based policy in education. 

Prof. J.  Mukuni and Prof. G. Glasson
Prof. J. Mukuni and Prof. G. GlassonVirginia Tech School of Education

Place-Based STEM Education for the Agricultural Workforce

Prof. Mukuni has attended professional development programs in a number of countries including Demark, China, the Netherlands, Tanzania, and Swaziland in areas of general management, administration, project management, small business management, and human resource management & development.