The School of Law, Kisumu Campus is collaborating with the Leonard Cheshire Disability (LCD) in a study whose main goal is to understand how girls with disability experience education in order to build on the evidence demonstrating the effectiveness of inclusive education. The research, covering five districts namely (Mbita, Migori, Kisumu East, Kuria East and Siaya), focuses on:
MBA student, Kisumu Campus - Mrs. Olga Otichro attended 7th AIBUMA Conference that was held at University of Nairobi, School of Business, Lowere Kabete Campus. She presented a paper on "Technology as a tool to drive Human Resource Management Practice in Organization in Kenya"
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In February this year, the School of Law, Kisumu Campus, signed a separate Performance Contract (PC) from that of the Dean, School of Law, for the first time. The contract, that was signed on February 6, 2016, was to run upto June 30, 2016.
2015-2016 PC Evaluation
On Saturday, July 16, 2016, the School went through an exercise which evaluated the extent to which it had performed its obligations in the contract. The evaluation was carried out by the PC team (Vice Chancellor’s office) at the Town Campus. The previous day, the secretariat of the School (Ms Adhiambo (Secretary), Alex George (Clerk), Ms Adhaya (Clerk), Ms Lumumba (Lab Assistant), Ms Detteh (Administrator), and Okech-Owiti (Associate Dean), with the able assistance of Nicholas (Clerical Assistant, Kisumu Campus) and Mr. Muchene of the Principal (CHSS’s) office, spent much of the day compiling and filing the documents evidencing the performance of the School with respect to each parameter and its indicators. A total of 37 folders were prepared, one covering each performance indicator.