Mount Kenya University faculty and postgraduate staff participated in a research and publication workshop, organized by Dr. Bibianne Waiganjo-Aidi who is the Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Research and Academic Affairs.
The workshop where Prof Fiona Mbai, the director Research and Knowledge Exchange at Technical University of Kenya was the key note speaker was held at Indoor Games arena.
The staffs were taken through important work environment topics among them how to create a digital presence and university rankings.
They were also taken through the advantages of collaborations and citations in research “Researchers do not outdo each other, they complement one another,” commented Dr. Bibianne.
Dr Ken Ramani who is a council member at the private institution reiterated on the University commitment to teaching and research activities.
He urged postgraduate students to tap on the University infrastructure to conduct their research within the stipulated time.
The workshop came at a time when the University has received instrumental grant from seedling lab to aid in research and teaching and has embarked to have the community reap from the output of research conducted by the institution.