We are delighted to have our fifth Chairperson of Council, Prof. Crispus Kiamba with us for the inaugural meeting following the appointment by the Education Cabinet Secretary, Hon. Ezekiel Machogu. Prof. Kiamba has previously served as a Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology. He brings in a wealth of administrative and academic experience to our institution. We wish the team well. The team also participated in a tree planting exercise.

Title of the Event: Unmasking Mental Health Pandemic Among Kenyan Academia: Sharing Experiences and Building Resilience Against the Odds
Date of Event: 20 - 23, May 2024
Place: Kitui, Kenya

Detailed Description of the event
The World Health organization in 2022 published a report titled “World Mental Health Report: Transforming Mental Health for All”, in which the world health body calls upon all stakeholders to work together to deepen the value and commitment given to mental health, reshape the environments that influence mental health, and strengthen the systems that care for mental health. In Kenya has a Mental Health Policy 2015-2030, in which the Government outlines its commitment to pursue policy measures and strategies for achieving optimal mental health status and capacity of each individual. However according to a Kenya taskforce report published in 2020, the country suffers a heavy burden of mental illness. For instance, among the highlights of the report, out of the people sampled, 61% individuals indicated they felt lonely, 52% helpless and 33% felt angry. Several factors are attributable to the poor implementation of the policy key among them  being lack of awareness and understanding of mental health issues among the general public, inadequate funding to support mental health services, and lack of cooperation and coordination among the relevant stakeholders.
The higher Education (HE) sector has undergone constant set of changes in the past two decades. In Kenya, neoliberalisation (e.g. structure, hierarchy, vision, values, practices) and the current climate of global education-competition, characterized by: short-term contracts, rapid growth in student numbers, overwhelming workload for academics, lack of recognition, pressure on  academics to generate research income, among others, has placed extreme expectations on academics. Largely, these have forced academics to adapt to corporate models of management and bow to extreme pressure to provide high-quality teaching, supervision and research, safeguard the international outlook of their institutions, manage a heavy administrative burden, and publish research with “higher standards”.
There is a growing interest on the influence of the changing higher education institutions ‘environment on staff welfare. There is a growing evidence that the university environment is becoming increasingly challenging triggering high levels of stress and burnouts which in turn jeopardizes academician’s physical and mental health. It is worth noting that mental health is as important as physical health as it touches on our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and how we make health and life choices. While some signs of poor mental health may seem obvious such as a sudden indulgence into uncontrolled drinking, desertion of duty or suicidal attempts, others remain cryptic and chronic in nature.
This, compounded with the fact that most faculty would not want to discuss their mental status with other people, including with doctors, makes it one of the most difficult disorders to diagnose and treat. Indeed, the fear of stigmatization, societal expectations and the belief that the faculty are at the helm of academia and hence cannot suffer from mental depression or illnesses and other related mental disorders, leaves the faculty very vulnerable to advance effects of mental health. Indeed the effect of mental health do not affect the individual’s health but also their output leading to poor performance

Goal, Objectives and Target Group

Goal
The goal of the conference is to provide a forum to deliberate on the extent of mental health issues within the institutions of higher learning in addition to sensitizing the faculty on the need to seek medical intervention should they experience mental disorders.

Objectives
The specific objectives of the training shall be to;

  1. Identify different manifestations of mental health disorders among the faculty.
  2. Establish the main factors causing mental health disorders in higher learning institutions.
  3. Determine possible mitigation and management strategies of mental health disorders in our learning institutions.
  4. Formulate recommendations for development of policies and strategies for managing mental health disorders in institutions of higher learning.
  5. Encourage sharing of experiences, networking and cooperation among the DAAD alumni including the faculty on mental health challenges.

Target Group

  • Faculty in institutions of higher learning in Kenya. A majority of the participants shall be DAAD alumni (see Annex 3 – the participants list).
Vice-chancellor’s Courtesy Call to H.E Dr. Julius Malombe, The Governor, Kitui County

The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Eng. Douglas Shitanda paid a courtesy call to the Kitui County Governor, H.E Dr. Julius Malombe. The two institutions have had a long standing good relationship and this brief meeting was to discuss how best to strengthen the existing collaborations and partnerships. It was also an avenue to establish new ways of collaboration since the different ministries were well represented during the meeting.

We, in SEKU, have departed from the notion that learning can only take place in a ‘brick and wall’ environment. We appreciate that learning can take place anywhere and at any time. Our goal is, therefore, to open up opportunities to learners in varied geographical locations as long as they can connect to internet. Currently we are focusing on distance learning as a mode of study. If you aspire to be part of the fast-moving global world, then SEKU’s ODeL is the place to be in…..and in case you missed our virtue public lecture on Journey through innovation: Unveiling the progress of the Directorate of Open, Distance and E-Learning in SEKU, follow this link.

We are delighted to host an eight member team from the National Council of Churches of Kenya led by the General Secretary, Rev. Canon Chris Kinyanjui.

The team held a fruitful consultative meeting with the University Management led by our Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Eng. Douglas Shitanda to discuss matters on research collaboration for academic papers to attract grants.

The teams also deliberated on the establishment of a Christian Student's Leadership Centre at the University for the Christian students.

Both institutions have an almost similar mission of Transforming lives so we look forward to the successful collaborations this deliberation will bring forth.

2nd Research and Innovation Week

The University will hold the 2nd Research and Innovation Week from 25th to 28th March 2024, whose theme is ‘Addressing Development Challenges and Climate Change Through Research and Innovation’. Staff and students are encouraged to register and exhibit their research and innovation in the form of posters, innovations and products. Registration for staff is KES 1000.00 and student entry is free. The Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Tonny Omwansa, the CEO, Kenya Innovation Agency (KENIA). We look forward to your active participation in this important event in our university calendar.
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We were honored to receive a 41-seater electric bus from ROAM Company for a three-day pilot test in readiness to own our fleet in the foreseeable future to fight the transport menace for both staff and students at the minimum cost. The electric bus guarantees cost reduction and, most importantly, delivers uncompromising performance with zero emissions or noise pollution. As an institution, we are honored to be the first university in Kenya to receive the electric bus for the test drive.

Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

South Eastern Kenya University KIPPRA MOUThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University that will see the two institutions benefit from each other for the benefit of the faculty and students. The MOU is what brought to fruition the first-ever KIPPRA Mentorship Program for Universities and TVETs (KMPUT), which was designed to encourage and promote the next generation of great leaders. Tailor-made raining programs and capacity-building workshops are part of what is encompassed in the MOU.

To join the meeting: https://conference.ke/ifAFoXFPoDKhhGotuHiOHLMgPrQh/
Room Passcode: R5SRkoqg
Date: 26th February, 2024
Time: 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Programme In-Charge: Dr. John F. Koga

Time

Activity

Responsible Person

9.00 am - 9.30 am

Signing in and Registration

All Stakeholders

9.30 am - 9.35 am

Opening Prayer

Dr. Carol Hunja

9.35 am - 9.40 am

Recognition of University Stakeholders

Programme In-Charge

9.40 am - 9.45 am

Recognition and Brief Remarks from DVCs

i. DVC ARI

ii. DVC, CS

9.45 am 9.50 am

Vice Chancellor’s  Remarks

Vice Chancellor

 

Presentation of SEKU Strategic Plan (2023 - 2027).

Introduction of Strategic Plan Development Committee

 

9.50 am - 10.10 am

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the University

1.2 Mandate/functions of the University

1.3 Global, Regional and National Development Issues - specific to the

mandate of the University.

1.4 The University’s Development Role vis-à-vis the National Development

Agenda – Kenya Vision 2030 and its Medium Term Plans, the 2030

Agenda and SDGs.

Dr. Kevin Wachira

10.10 am - 10.50 am

2. CHAPTER TWO: SITUATION ANALYSIS

2.1 Review of the previous strategic plan implementation

2.1.2 Challenges (that hindered the achievement of the set targets during

implementation of the previous plan)

2.1.3 Emerging Issues 

2.1.4 Lessons Learnt

Dr. David Namasaka

 

2.2 Environmental Scan

2.2.1 Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis.

2.2.2 Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental, Legal and Ethics (PESTELE) Analysis.

Dr. Carol Hunja

 

2.2.4 Stakeholder Analysis 

 
 

2.3 Strategic Issues 

 

10.50 am - 11.30 am

3 CHAPTER THREE: STRATEGIC MODEL

Dr. Joseph Nzomoi

 

3.1 Vision Statement, Mission Statement and Core Values

3.2 Key Result Areas (KRAs)

3.3 Strategic Objectives and Strategies. 

 
 

Plenary

Dr. John Koga/ Participants

11.30 am -12 Noon

4 CHAPTER FOUR: IMPLEMENTATION AND COORDINATION FRAMEWORK

4.1 Structure of the University

4.2 Staff Establishment

Dr. Jane Weru

 

4.3.2 Resource Gaps.

CPA Keston

12.00 pm - 12.30 pm

CHAPTER FIVE: MONITORING, EVALUATION AND LEARNING

Dr. Casper Shikali

 

5.1 Monitoring

5.2 Evaluation 

5.3 Learning

 
 

Plenary

Dr. John Koga/ Participants

12.30 pm - 12.35 pm

Vote of thanks

Dr. Joseph Nzomoi

12.35pm - 12.40 pm

Closing Prayer

Dr. Sedina Misango

Virtual Public Participation Forum - Strategic Plan 2023 - 2027

South Eastern Kenya University (SEKU) has developed a draft Strategic Plan covering the period 2023/24 - 2027/28. The Plan has been developed following the mandates, functions, and responsibilities of the University as established under the Universities Act 2012, the SEKU Charter 2013, the Constitution of Kenya 2010, and the revised Guidelines for the development of the fifth Generation Strategic Plans issued by the National Treasury and Economic Planning.

Join us in an online stakeholder forum for the validation of the draft strategic plan on Monday 26th February, 2024 at 9.30 am.

Use the following link to join

Meeting link https://conference.ke/ifAFoXFPoDKhhGotuHiOHLMgPrQh/

Passcode  : R5SRkoqg

 

Prof. Eng. Douglas Shitanda

Vice Chancellor,

South Eastern Kenya University,

P.O. Box 170-90200, Kitui, Kenya.
Tel: +254 723505999
Website: www.seku.ac.ke

2024 KUCCPS Application is open, Find our clusters below

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DEGREE AND DIPLOMA CLUSTERS
S/NO PROGRAMME CODE PROGRAMME NAME KUCCPS CLUSTER
1 1166886 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT) 15G
2 1166787 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 8A
3 1166732 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (PUBLIC HEALTH) 13B
4 1166590 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CLIMATE CHANGE AND AGROFORESTRY 15H
5 1166566 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (POPULATION HEALTH) 13C
6 1166518 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY) 15D
7 1166502 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ELECTRONICS) 5C
8 1166487 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT) 4B
9 1166462 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY) 9B
10 1166437 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY) 9B
11 1166415 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION & EXTENSION 15E
12 1166389 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FORESTRY 15H
13 1166327 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (PROJECT PLANNING MANAGEMENT) 2B
14 1166302 BACHELOR OF ARTS (GENDER AND SOCIAL STUDIES) 3D
15 1166281 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY) 9B
16 1166249 BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 2A
17 1166244 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2A
18 1166232 BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 7C
19 1166217 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY & APPLIED FASHION DESIGN 11A
20 1166199 BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS 10B
21 1166194 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCES 13B
22 1166190 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (FOOD NUTRITION AND DIETETICS) 15C
23 1166186 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT) 15H
24 1166163 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (STATISTICS) 10C
25 1166146 BACHELOR OF ECONOMICS 10B
26 1166145 BACHELOR OF ARTS (SOCIAL WORK)  3D
27 1166144 BACHELOR OF ARTS (SOCIAL WORK) 3D
28 1166137 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SCIENCE) 19A
29 1166135 BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (ARTS) 19C
30 1166134 BACHELOR OF LAWS (LL.B.) 1A
31 1166133 BACHELOR OF COMMERCE 2A
32 1166132 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (NURSING) 13B
33 1166122 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (AGRICULTURE) 15H
34 1166121 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING) 5A
35 1166118 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 5A
36 1166117 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING) 5A
37 1166116 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (CIVIL ENGINEERING) 5A
38 1166115 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (COMPUTER SCIENCE) 7A
39 1166113 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (GEOLOGY) 4B
40 1166110 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (METEOROLOGY) 4B
41 1166109 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (MATHEMATICS) 10C
42 1166107 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ACTUARIAL SCIENCE) 10C
43 1166101 BACHELOR OF ARTS 3D
44 1166111 Bachelor of Science (Biology) 9B
45 1166513 Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) 9D
46 1166365 Bachelor of Science (Physics) 9C
47 1166365 Bachelor of Science (Medical Botany) 9B
48 1166681 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HEALTH RECORDS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) 13C
49 1166120 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 9A
50 1166298 BACHELOR OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 2A
51 1166294 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ANIMAL HEALTH AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 15A
52 1166248 BACHELOR OF FREIGHT AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 2A
53 1166136 BACHELOR OF ARTS IN CRIMINOLOGY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE 3D
54 1166221 BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT 2B
    Bachelor of Science (Cybersecurity and Computer Networks) 7A
TVET PROGRAMMES - MAIN CAMPUS  
1 1166552 DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT  
2 1166660 DIPLOMA IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT  
3 1166988 DIPLOMA IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT  
4 1166751 DIPLOMA IN (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT)  
5 1166789 DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT  
6 1166727 DIPLOMA IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT  
7 1166810 DIPLOMA IN COOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT  
8 1166987 DIPLOMA IN ENTREPRENEURIAL AGRICULTURE  
9 1166898 DIPLOMA IN PHOTOGRAMMETRY & REMOTE SENSING  
10 1166758 DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY  
11 1166556 DIPLOMA IN FOOD SCIENCE AND PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY  
12 1166336 DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING  
13 1166706 DIPLOMA IN BUILDING TECHNOLOGY  
14 1166876 DIPLOMA IN BUILDING TECHNOLOGY  
15 1166702 DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE  
16 1166703 DIPLOMA IN QUANTITY SURVEYING  
17 1166557 DIPLOMA IN FASHION AND DESIGN  
18 1166792 DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING  
19 1166708 DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING  
20 1166817 DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (INSTRUMENTATION)  
21 1166917 DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING  
22 1166874 DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT MANAGEMENT  
23 1166C22 Diploma in Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development  
24 1166712 Diploma in Environmental Science and Technology  
25 1166960 Diploma in Water Technology (Water Supply Option)  
26 1166976 Diploma in Petroleum Geoscience  
27 1166704 Certificate in Petroleum Geoscience  
28 1166722 Diploma in Crop Protection  
29 1166724 Diploma in Food Technology  
TVET PROGRAMMES - SEKU WOTE CAMPUS  
1 4705660 Diploma in Disaster Management  
2 4705727 Diploma in Project Management  
3 4705755 Diploma in Human Resource Management  
4 4705753 Diploma in Business Management  
5 4705555 Diploma in Sales and Marketing  
6 4705758 Diploma in Information Communication Technology  
7 4705552 Diploma in Social Work and Community Development  
8 4.71E+66 Diploma in Counseling (Disaster Management and Trauma Counseling)  
9 4705746 Diploma in Supply Chain Management  
10 4705888 Diploma in Cooperative Management  
11 4.71E+69 Diploma in Counseling (Guidance and Counseling in Learning Institutions)  
12 4705734 Diploma in Road Transport Management  
13 4705753 Diploma in Business Administration  
14 4705888 Certificate in Human Resource Management  
15 4705777 Certificate in Business Management  
16 4705947 Certificate in Sales and Marketing  
17 4705889 Certificate in Information Communication Technology  
18 4705957 Certificate in Social Work and Community Development  
19 4705957 Certificate in Supply Chain Management  
20 4705807 Certificate in Cooperative Management  
2023/2024 Student Governing Council Induction

The 2023/2024 Student Governing Council is on a two day induction workshop to prepare them to fully take charge as they work towards fulfilling their manifestos.The importance of this workshop is to equip the leaders with the requisite knowledge and channels of communication on how to work hand in hand with the management for the overall good of the student community. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Eng. Shitanda in his opening remarks, pledged the managements support to the student leaders. He also reminded them that they are first students before being leaders. Their studies should always come first. The students got a chance to interact with member of staff from the Legal, Finance and Administration sections and learn how everything works.

South Eastern Kenya University (SEKU) has developed a draft Strategic Plan covering the period 2023/24 - 2027/28. The Plan has been developed following the mandates, functions, and responsibilities of the University as established under the Universities Act 2012, the SEKU Charter 2013, the Constitution of Kenya 2010, and the revised Guidelines for the development of the fifth Generation Strategic Plans issued by the National Treasury and Economic Planning.

The Strategic Plan development process has followed the four steps outlined in the revised Guidelines for the Development of the Fifth-Generation Strategic Plans. Step one involved the initiation of the planning process with Top Management agreeing on the strategic direction for the University by reviewing and setting the vision, mission, core values, and strategic objectives and constituting a technical committee for the development of the Plan. Step two involved the actual development of the plan by the technical committee. Step three involves the validation of the Plan by stakeholders while step four involves the finalization and dissemination of the plan for implementation.

The final Strategic Plan will be a product of extensive collaboration and comprehensive feedback from our internal and external stakeholders. Consequently, SEKU has scheduled an external stakeholder forum for your input on the Draft Strategic Plan for further improvements.

Views and Suggestions can be sent via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reach us on or before Wednesday 21st February, 2024. There will be an online stakeholder forum for the validation of the draft strategic plan on Monday 26th February, 2024 at 9.30 am. The Draft Strategic Plan can be accessed on our website: https://seku.ac.ke/strategic-plan


Prof. Eng. Douglas Shitanda

Vice Chancellor,

South Eastern Kenya University,

P.O. Box 170-90200, Kitui, Kenya.
Tel: +254 723505999
Website: www.seku.ac.ke

Celebrating Governance Excellence: Amb. Dr. FCS. Koki Muli Grignon Awarded Corporate Secretary of the Year at COG 2023

The South Eastern Kenya University (SEKU) community takes great pride in celebrating the remarkable achievement of Amb. Dr. FCS. Koki Muli Grignon, the Acting Corporation Secretary at SEKU. Amb. Dr.Koki Muli's exceptional dedication and leadership were recently honored with the Corporate Secretary of the Year Award at the prestigious Twelfth Edition of the Champions of Governance (COG) Award held in 2023.

The COG Award, known for recognizing exemplary commitment to governance standards, evaluated various criteria encompassing the effectiveness of the board, ethical leadership, accountability, risk management, transparency, shareholder rights, stakeholder relationships, compliance with regulations, and sustainable performance management. Amb. Dr. Koki Muli's exemplary adherence to these stringent benchmarks stands as a testament to her unwavering dedication to upholding governance excellence at SEKU.

The Gala Night, held on December 1st, 2023, was a momentous occasion where Prof. Eng. Douglas Shitanda, SEKU's esteemed Vice Chancellor, came together to celebrate and acknowledge Amb. Dr.Koki Muli's outstanding contributions. Miss. Sheila Mumbua from the Council Secretariat also graced the event, underscoring SEKU's collective commitment to governance best practices.

Amb. Dr.Koki Muli's recognition as the Corporate Secretary of the Year signifies not only her individual accomplishments but also highlights SEKU's commitment to fostering a culture of governance excellence. Her leadership sets an inspiring example, reinforcing SEKU's dedication to ethical standards and governance principles.

As we commemorate Amb. Dr.Koki Muli's well-deserved achievement, her commitment to elevating governance standards at SEKU stands as an inspiration to us all. It is a moment of pride for the SEKU community, and her recognition resonates as a testament to SEKU's continuous pursuit of excellence in governance.

 

Celebrating one of our own, Dr. Joseph Nzomoi

Seku Dean school of business Dr nzomoi nomination posterDr. Joseph Nzomoi is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics and is currently the Dean, School of Business and Economics. His research interests are in the area of agricultural and economic policy environment, International Trade, as well as Export Promotion and Facilitation. Over the years, Dr. Nzomoi has served in various capacities including as Senior Economist and Research Manager at the Central Bank of Kenya, Director (Analysis & Planning) at Kilimo Trust in Uganda, and as Economic Advisor in Rwanda (the World Bank, USAID and TMEA).

He has also served as Senior Technical Advisor for the Netherlands Development Organization. As a consultant, Dr. Joseph Nzomoi has worked on projects in Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Uganda, and Botswana.

He holds a Bachelor’s and Masters degrees in Economics from the University of Nairobi and a PhD degree in Agricultural Economics and Resource Management, from Moi University. Dr. Nzomoi has previously taught economics at the University of Nairobi, Moi University, and Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology and Kenyatta University and is widely published in
international peer-reviewed journals. He also serves as a reviewer in some of these journals and has supervised and mentored many postgraduate students.

In October 2023, Dr. Joseph Nzomoi was appointed by the General Assembly of the UNWTO as a full member of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics for the period 2023–2027.

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