Faculty of Science Stakeholders Workshop on New Academic Programmes


Multidisciplinary research team between Kibabii University and Moi University at Strathmore University for the Transforming Energy Access – Learning Partnership Multidisciplinary Curriculum Development Workshop


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Dr. L. Chikamai
Dean Faculty of Science
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Warm welcome to the Faculty of Science. This is one of the most vibrant faculties at Kibabii University. We are at the forefront toward the realization of our vision- To be a global and dynamic University of excellence in Science, Technology and Innovation. Currently, the faculty has departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biological Sciences offering bachelors programme in Mathematics, MSc in Physics and MSc in Statistics. We also work jointly with the faculty of education in the training of innovative science teachers taking courses in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Students’ enrollment in the faculty of Science in this 2013/2014 academic year stands at 154 undergraduates and 11 postgraduate students and we expect this number to grow significantly every subsequent academic year. Teaching and Learning Resources The faculty has made great strides to acquire scientific literature in terms of books and e-learning materials as well as having in place a physics laboratory. Most of our students have personal laptops and can access e-books and other on-line academic information. With subsequent improvement in our internet connectivity, we envisage to cut a niche as a centre for information technology ...


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Chemistry Lab New Equipment in Kibabii University

Kibabii University, Faculty of Science, department of Science, Technology and Engineering has acquired new Chemistry laboratory equipment. These laboratory equipment were installed on 12th March, 2020 in the Chemistry Lab. They were:

  • Rotary Evaporator
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Department of Mathematics Establishes Mathematical Computing Laboratory

The Scientific Computing Laboratory of the Department of Mathematics at Kibabii University will bring together undergraduate, postgraduate students and researchers interested in developing fast, reliable, and robust numerical algorithms needed for modeling and simulation in ...

Faculty of Science Stakeholders Workshop on New Academic Programmes

Faculty of Science (FS) held a successful two days Stakeholders Workshop for the new academic programmes (Diploma, Bachelors, Masters and PhD) on 26th -27th November, 2019 at the Multi-purpose hall.  The workshop was declared opened ...

Kibabii University Celebrate 4th Graduation Ceremony

Kibabii University held its 4th Graduation Ceremony on 22nd November, 2019 at the Graduation Square. The colorful ceremony was presided over by H.E. Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya and Kibabii University ...

Multidisciplinary Research Team between Kibabii University and Moi University at Clean Cooking Forum 2019 Workshop

The multidisciplinary research team between Kibabii University and Moi University attended the Transforming Energy Access – Learning Partnership (TEA-LP) workshop themed “Clean Cooking Forum 2019” in Nairobi on 5th to 7th November, 2019. The workshop ...

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Logistic Regression Analysis of Mortality Among Fishermen in the Riperian Counties of Lake Victoria, Kenya

Fishing as an economic activity has gainful implications to National Development. Mortality instigated by occupational hazards is a current subject of research significance globally. This study made attempts to assess the associations between categorical variables using Logistic Regression. Logistic regression analysis targeting 3058 deceased fishermen was carried out spanning 1998-2000 ...

Influence of Crop Age on Nutritional Quality and Hydrogen Cyanide Levels of Roots from Popular Coastal Kenyan Cassava Varieties

Cassava is an important crop in coastal Kenya commonly harvested at 12 months after planting but earlier during food shortages. There is limited information that addresses the effect of early harvesting on root quality especially for newly released varieties. Varieties Tajirika, Karembo and Kibanda Meno (roots) were harvested at different ...
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