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DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH and KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE

Conference/ Workshop/ Seminar/ Proceedings

2012/2013

FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

  1. Mbai F.N* (2012). International Centre for Genomics and Experimental Biotechnology. Molecular Medicine and Genomics in Africa Mombasa, Kenya 20th - 25th February 2012. *Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology.

 

2013/2014

FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

  1. Esho Tammary* (2013). “The Oxford Course” at the Oxford School of Sexual Medicine, organized by the European Society of Medicine held at Best Western Hotel, Budapest Hungary. 11th to 20th August, 2013. *Department of Community and Public Health.
  1. Dorcas Yole* (2013). “Antischistosomal and Molluscicidal effect of selected Medicinal Plants Extracts”. 19th International Scientific Conference at the Southern Sun, Mayfair. Nairobi, Kenya, 11th to 13th September, 2013. *Department of Applied and Technical Biology.
  1. Mecha E* (2013). “The TGF- signalosome in human endometrial and endometriotic cells”. International Giessen Graduate School for Life Sciences Conference, Giessen, Germany, 11th to  12th  September, 2013. *Department ofBiochemistry and Biotechnology.
  1. Patrick W. Okanya* (2013). “Hyafurones, Hyaladione and S-methylf Cyclohexadiene - dionefrom Myxobacterium Hyalangium minutum” 1st European Conference on Natural Products. Frankfurt, Germany, 21st - 25th September, 2013. *Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology.
  1. Elizabeth M. Muli* and Tabitha M. Kihara (2013). The potential benefits of virtualization to enhance integration of government ministries in Kenya. The 9th Operations Research Society of Eastern Africa (ORSEA) International Conference Entebbe, Uganda.17th to 18th October, 2013. *Department of Computer Science and Technology.
  1. Vitalis Wekesa* (2014).  “Regional Experts Workshop on Development, Regulation and use of Bio-pesticides in East Africa” Workshop organized and hosted by Bio-Innovate Africa. Boma Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 22nd to 23rd May, 2014, *Department of Applied and Technical Biology.
  1. Mercy Mwaniki* (2014). Conference Theme: “Developing Competent Work-Force for Agriculture and Manufacturing Industries in Africa: The Role of TVET”. Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) Abuja, Nigeria. 15th to 22nd June, 2014. *Department of Community and Public Health.
  1. Vijay Adolker* (2014). Development of eco-friendly beneficial insect based microenterprise for income generation and biodiversity conservation. 2nd Technical University of Kenya Science Technology Innovation and Research Conference. Kenya Institution Curriculum Development 24th to 27th June, 2014. *Department of Applied and Technical Biology.
  1. Nyambati G. K.* Lagat Z. O., Maranga R. O., Samuel M. Ozwara H (2014). In vitro anti-plasmodial activity of Rubia cordifolia, Harrizonia Abyssinica, Leucas calistachys Olive and Sanchus sschwein furthii. 2nd Technical University of Kenya Science Technology Innovation and Research Conference. Kenya Institution Curriculum Development 24th to 27th June, 2014. *Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology.
  1. Odipo Osano, Benard Omambia, Joseph Lalah* (2014). Concomitant effects of agriculture and industries on feral xenopus laevis in Lake Victoria Basin in Kenya. 2nd Technical University of Kenya Science Technology Innovation and Research Conference at Kenya Institution Curriculum Development. 24th to 27th June, 2014. *Department of Chemical Science and Technology.
  1. David Otwoma* (2014). Renewable energies and fast built power plants: What’s not told? 2nd Technical University of Kenya Science Technology Innovation and Research Conference at Kenya Institution Curriculum Development. 24th to 27th June, 2014. *Department of Physics and Space Science
  1. Humphrey Lumadede Mudoga, Jondiko J. l, Lalah J. O.* (2014). Production and evaluation ofactivated carbon from bagasse and water hyacinth. 2nd Technical University of Kenya Science Technology Innovation and Research Conference at Kenya Institution Curriculum Development 24th to 27th June 2014. *Department of Chemical Science and Technology.
  1. Ojenge Winston, Okello Odongo William, Ogao Patrick* (2014). Neural networks to predict busy times of cellular traffic for assignment to TV idle channels by cognitive radio. 2nd Technical University of Kenya Science Technology Innovation and Research Conference at Kenya Institution Curriculum Development 24th to 27th June, 2014. *Department of Computer Science and Technology
  1. Mwangi Lucy W. Mbai Fiona N* and Vanden Broeck D. Human Papilloma Virus DNA Testing by Consensus Primer Real Time PCR. Joint Meeting of the 1st African Biotechnology and Biomedical Conference (AIBBC) International Biotechnology & Biomedical and 8th International Workshop on Approach to Single- Cell Analysis. Organizing Partner: The society for Single Cell Surveyor. Supported by: Hitachi Group Ltd., Japan 10th September, 2014 *Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology.

2014/2015

FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

  1. Dickens Odeny, C. Odhiambo*, Muo Kasina, Wanja Kinuthia, Gideon H. Nyamasyo, B. Gemmill-Herren (2014).  Spatial correlation modeling of interaction of bees with lands at bands and proximity to natural forests habitats:  Mt. Kenya, Kilimambogo and Kakamega.  Pollination Conference. 10th to 11th June, 2014. *Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology.
  2. Odhiambo C*, M Kasina, G H Nyamasyo, Wanja M. Kinuthia, E Muthama, J Gatune, C Analo  B Gemmill-Herren (2014).  Pollinator diversity in Kakamega, Kilimambogo and Mt. Kenya regions.  Pollination Conference 10th to 11th June, 2014. *Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology.
  3. Masiga R, Kasina M, Mbugi J, Odhiambo C*, Kinuthia W. Gemmill-Herren B and Vaissire B (2014).  Diversity and abundance of bees visiting French beans (phaseolusvulgaris L.) in farms bordering Mt. Kenya forest reserve. Pollination Conference 10th to 11th June, 2014. *Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology.
  4. Agola E. Lelo*,Esther Andia, Robert Mugambi, Ibrahim Mwangi, Gerald Mkoji (2015). Development and evaluation of a LAMP technology-based test for simultaneous diagnosis of schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminthases. Gordon Research Conferences. Galveston, Texas, USA. 7th to 13th March, 2015. *Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology.
  5. Juma Benard* (2015). Development of a transfer approach between climate model outputs and observed precipitation data. International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Conference. Trieste, Italy.  27th April to 8th May, 2015.

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

  1. Kwanya T* (2014). Library 3.0: Intelligent libraries, progressive librarians. Annual KenyaLibrary Association International Conference. Nairobi, Kenya. 25th to 27th June, 2014. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  2. Kwanya T* and Kiplang’at J (2014). Kenya’s access to information bill, 2013: a critical analysis. Annual Kenya Library Association International Conference. Nairobi, Kenya. 25th to 27th June, 2014. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  3. Mwai S and Kwanya T* (2014). Enhancing tourism through indigenous knowledge in Kenya. Annual Kenya Library Association International Conference. Nairobi, Kenya. 25th to 27th June, 2014.  *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  4. Kwanya T* (2014). The role of libraries and information centre in the realization of Vision 2030 in Kenya. Standing Conference of Eastern, Central and Southern African Library and Information Associations (SCECSAL XXI) Conference. Lilongwe, Malawi. 28th July to 1st August, 2014. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  5. Owiti J O* (2014). Use of knowledge ambassadors in library marketing. Kenya Library Association Conference. Nairobi, Kenya. 31st July to 2nd August, 2014. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  6. Kwanya T* (2014). Big data in the management of land records in Kenya: a fit-viability analysis. 9th International Knowledge Management in Organizations Conference, Santiago, Chile. 1st to 5th September, 2014. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  7. Kwanya T* and C. Stilwell (2014). Infodemiology and infoveillance: using social media to contain health misinformation outbreaks in Kenya. 14thAssociation for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA)Congress Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. 20th to 24th October, 2014. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  8. Kwanya T* and C Stilwell (2015). The effectiveness of leadership styles among academic and research librarians in Eastern and Southern Africa: a comparative study. 3rd International Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance. Auckland University of Technology New Zealand. 12th to 13th February, 2015. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  9. Kwanya T* (2015). Indigenous knowledge research in Kenya: a bibliometric analysis. KenyaLibrary Association International Conference Nairobi, Kenya. 29th to 31st July, 2015. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management
  10. Kwanya T* (2015). Indigenous knowledge auditing and mapping in Kenya: status, challenges and remedial strategies. Kenya Library Association International Conference. Nairobi, Kenya. 29th to 31st July, 2015. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  11. Kibe L and Kwanya T* (2015). The image of women librarians in Kenya: a stereotypical analysis. Kenya Library Association International Conference. Nairobi, Kenya. 29th to 31st July, 2015. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  12. Kwanya T* (2015). Indigenous knowledge and socio-economic development: indigenous tourism in Kenya. 10th International Knowledge Management in Organizations Conference. Maribor, Slovenia. 24th to 28th August, 2015. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  13. Kibe L* and Kwanya T* (2015). Knowledge ambassadors: enhancing tacit knowledge transfer in Kenyan universities. 10th International Knowledge Management in Organizations Conference. Maribor, Slovenia. 24th to 28th August, 2015. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.

2015/2016

FACULTY APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY  

  1. Nguku Julius*, Gathogo Janet, Mulei Francis, Mbai Fiona# (2016). Socio-demographic factors associated with entry into motherhood by out-of-school, single, 15-24 year-old girls in Mukuru Slums, Nairobi. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Community and Public Health, and#Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology.
  2. Nguku Julius*, Gathogo Janet, Mulei Francis, Mbai Fiona# (2016). Impact of an Integrated HIV/STI Project in reducing behavioral risks for out-of-school, 15-24 year- old girls in Mukuru Slums, Nairobi: The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Community and Public Health, and#Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology.
  3. Ogombo Kendrick Derrick*, Bosire Rosevalentine*, Ochola Rachel* (2016). Evaluation of pathogenic micro organisms in the water supply in selected estates of Nairobi. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology.
  4. Nduti N. N*, Reid G, Sumarah M, Hekmat S (2016). Waicella Cibiria NN20 isolated from fermented Kimere product in Kenya: its ability to sequester AFB1 invitro and ability to prepare yogurt compared fermented milk products. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Food science and Technology.
  5. Paul Baki* (2016). The square kilometer array: current technology for looking back to the origin of the universe. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Physics and Space Science
  6. Patrick Dikirr* (2016). Harnessing the power of networked technologies and media to improve and enhance STEM education in disadvantaged communities. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Science and Technology Studies.
  7. Sitoki Lewis* (2016) Developing local phytoplankton identification keys using biometric and morphometric measurements in Lake Victoria. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Geosciences and the Environment.
  8. Holiness Nose* and Rodgers M. (2016). Collision-induced dissociation studies of 1, 10-phenanthroline complexes determination of the third sequential binding energies. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Chemical Science and Technology.
  9. L N Mbugua* and C M Mwalali (2016). Determining the most effective legume in the push-pull pest control technology using the analysis of variance model. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science.
  10. Wanjau P.M, Koskei J.K, Gatheri F.K*(2016). Developing a numerical simulation of vascular brain tumor growth using 3-dimensional partial differential equations. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics.
  11. F. K. Gatheri*, K. O. Awuor, J. K. Kimunguyi (2016). A numerical investigation of turbulent natural convection in a 3-D enclosure using K- ST model and piso method 3. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics.
  12. Arun Datta* (2016). Changes in brain during adolescence. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Physics and Space Science.
  13. Mercy Mwaniki* (2016). Symposium on capacity building in sustainable resource development in Africa. The Japan information and culture centre of the Embassy of Japan.  24th March, 2016.*Department of Human Nutrition and Dietetics
  14. Holiness Nose* and M. T. Rodgers (2016). “Collision Induced Dissociation Studies (CID) of 1, 10 Phenanthroline Complexes. Competition between Simple CID and Coulomb Fission Processes.”The East and Southern Africa Environmental and Analytical Chemistry Conference and the 11th Theoretical Chemistry Conference in Africa (TCCA). Reef Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya. 15th - 17th June, 2016. *Department of Chemical Science and Technology.
  15. George Amolo* and Nicholas (2016). Electronic structure calculations for materials for energy conversion, invited talk joint United States and Africa Materials Initiative (JUAMI). Nelson Mandela Institute for Science and Technology, Arusha Tanzania. 7th to 9th June, 2016.*Department of Physics and Space Science.
  16. Sitoki Lewis* (2016).“National scoping workshop for the strategic environmental and social assessment (SESA) for the petroleum sector in Kenya”- Nairobi Intercontinental Hotel June, 2016. *Department of Geosciences and the Environment.
  17. Grace Nyambati* (2016). “National scoping workshop for the strategic environmental and social assessment (SESA) for the petroleum sector in Kenya” Nairobi Intercontinental Hotel. June, 2016. *Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology.

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

  1. Bilha Eshton Gitonga* (2016). Potential environmental impacts from production and use of bioethanol. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering.

FACULTY SOCIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

  1.  Kigen Morumbasi* (2015). Kenya-India Security Relations at the international conference on Africa’s Engagement with Japan, China, South Korea and India: A Comparative Perspective. New Delhi, India. 9th to 10th October, 2015. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.
  2. Ambayo Jackson Alunga* (2016). A Conceptual Data Mining Model (DMM) Used in Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI): Case Study, Strathmore University Library. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  3. Jackson Omondi Owiti* (2016). How innovation and technology are shaping libraries of today. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  4. Tom Kwanya* (2016).Enhancing the findability of library information resources using the internet of things: how innovation and technology are shaping libraries of today. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  5. Lucy Kibe* (2016). Application of big data in records management in public organizations in Kenya. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  6. Steven O. Awino* and Joseph O. Abok* (2016).On the in-door low-voltage power line for broadband data communication. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management.
  7. Emily Achieng’ Akuno* (2016).Contextualizing arts in education for a cultured community. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Music and Performing Arts.
  8. J P Odoch Pido* (2016). A cultural response to oppression: music during the Holy Spirit movement. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Design and Creative Media.
  9. Donna Pido* (2016).A double edged sword, the role of indigenous philosophies and practices in contemporary education. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Design and Creative Media.
  10. Kigen Morumbasi* (2016). Technology and its Impacts on Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Africa: The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.  23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.
  11. Alfayo Alfonze Agufana, Evans Vidija Sagwa*, John Mbugua (2016). The influence of youth capacity building through uwezo fund on national development in Kenya. A case study of Vihiga County: The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.  23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Business Administration and Management Studies.
  12. Gachau, A. M.* and Micheni, E.M* (2016). A tracer study of graduates in the fields of bachelor of engineering 2011 cohort. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.  23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Management Science and Technology.
  13. Esther Were Shisia, Florence Nelima*, Benson Ateng’* (2016). Factors contributing to resilient biodiversity based on indigenous knowledge system. An application to Ramogi Hill, Kenya. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Economics and Resource Management.
  14. Benson Ateng’* and Florence Nelima* (2016). Economic performance and perceived impact on people’s wellbeing. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Economics and Resource Management.
  15. Teresa Atieno Otieno* (2016). Incorporating digital technology in the teaching of French as a Foreign Language (FFL) in Technical University of Kenya. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Language and Communication Studies.
  16. Headmound Okari* (2016).Innovative competitive strategies adopted by top performing banks in Kenya: The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Business Administration and Management Studies.
  17. Benson Ateng’*, Kenneth Aduda, Florence Nelima* (2016). Benchmarking Kenya’s attractiveness as foreign direct investment destination. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Economics and Resource Management.
  18. Laban K. Rotich*, Richard O. B. Makopondo*, Paul Olola* (2016). Enhancing energy and environmental conservation for sustainable use and management of natural resources. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Tourism and Travel Management.
  19. Richard O. B. Makopondo* and Cynthia G. Kamau (2016). Potential use and challenges of constructed wetlands for waste water treatment and conservation in game lodges and resorts in Kenya. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Tourism and Travel Management.
  20. Martin A. N. Khamala* (2016). Toward a culturally sensitive blended learning environment. The 3rd Technical University of Kenya International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development. Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya. 23rd to 25th February, 2016. *Department of Design and Creative Media.
  21. Elizabeth Achieng’* (2016). Turning green to gold at the embracing innovation integration conference at the Kenyan Annual Universities Exhibition. Kenya International Convention Centre (KICC) Nairobi, Kenya. 14th to 17th March, 2016. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.
  22. Wilfred Muliro* (2016). National Defence College Alumni Symposium and Conference. This Symposium also discussed arrange of issues touching on National security and National interests, besides launched an alumni for the National Defence College. Nairobi, Kenya. 26th May, 2016. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.
  23. Wilfred Muliro* (2016). “Alshabaab (Somalia) Terrorist backlash attacks in Kenya and Ethiopia: a comparative analysis.  Alumni and Research Methodology Conference at King’s College London. 6th June, 2016. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.
  24. Florence Nelima* (2016). The effect of minimum wage on the labour market and income distribution in Kenya. Conference 13th Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) Annual Conference Manila, Philippines 2nd to 8th June, 2016. *Department of Economics and Resource Management.
  25. Evans Vidija Sagwa*(2016). Multi–Media University of Kenya Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference.  Influence of Human Resource Management Practices on Competitive Strategy: A Study of Deposit taking SACCOS in Nairobi County. Kenya.  Multi Media University Nairobi Kenya 22nd -25th June 2016. *Department of Economics and Resource Management.
  26.  Wilfred Muliro* (2016). The next generation social sciences in Africa workshop. The next generation social sciences in Africa workshop is intended to allow fellows to convene, network, and benefit from the advice of a group of strong senior faculty members. The workshop facilitators will work with fellows both collectively and individually over the course of the five days. Nairobi, Kenya.  1st to 5th August, 2016. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.
  27. Sylvia Kiamba* (2016). WASH in emergencies 2015- regional WASH workshop to strengthen humanitarian preparedness and response capacity. German WASH Network and International Toilet Organization. Kampala, Uganda. 5th to 9th October, 2016. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.
  28. Eunice J. Nyavanga* (2016). Expectations about counseling for a mental illness among primary school teacher trainees in Kenya attitudes towards professional psychological help seeking among college students in Kenya. The 2nd East and Central African Regional Conference of Psychology/1st National Congress of Psychology (ECARCP/NCP2015). 8th to 13th November, 2016.*Department of Human and Social Development Studies.
  29. John G Ng’ang’a*(2016). Prevalence of burnout syndrome among accountants: A Case study of the University of Nairobi–Kenya. The 2nd East and Central African Regional Conference of Psychology/1st National Congress of Psychology (ECARCP/NCP2015). 8th to 13th November, 2016. *Department of Human and Social Development Studies.
  30. Florence N Salim* (2016). Wastage in Primary School Education: The Case of Slum Schools in Kibera Division; Nairobi. The 2nd East and Central African Regional Conference of Psychology/1st National Congress of Psychology (ECARCP/NCP2015). 8th to 13th November, 2016. *Department of Human and Social Development.
  31. Judith Odhiambo* (2016). Technical efficiency of healthcare services in Kenya conference: African economic and research consortium biannual workshop. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 14th to 15th December, 2016. *Department of Economics and Resource Management.

2016/2017

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Martin A N Khamala* (2016) The Effect of Full Body Interaction Activities, On NumeracyInnovative.3rd  Technical University of Kenya  International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Development 23rd to 25th February, 2016 *Department of Design and Creative Media

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 Lydia W. Muthuma* (2016) Devolving Cultural Heritage: Education and Training for Counties in Kenya. Fostering Peace, National Cohesion and Development through Culture. Technical University of Kenya. 3rd to 5th  August,2016 *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Lydia W. Muthuma* (2016) Sustainable Identity: crafting a nation through monuments Technical University of Kenya.18th  August, 2016 *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Donna Pido*. (2016)Enzymes, Ants, Chapattis and Weeds:  Figuring Out How to ‘Manage’ ‘Indigenous’  ‘Knowledge’.First International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management Panafric Hotel,Nairobi, 24th to 26th  August , 2016. *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Martin A N Khamala* (2016). Future Classrooms of Virtually Manipulated Minds. Ethical concerns of artificially intelligent, virtual reality experiences. First International Information and Knowledge Management Conference Transformative Information for Sustainable Development 24th to 26th August, 2016. *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Sylvia N. Kiamba*.(2017) Sustainable Development; A Multi-Facet Approach, International Conference on Peace Security and Social Enterprise Peace for Sustainable Development. Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi. Kenya 16th to 19th May, 2017. *Department of Governance and Public Policy.

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E .D.Korir*, D. Ndiritu and   Jack Githae (2017).Refined Development of Fermented Foods in Kenya: A Solution for Translational Nutrition, Food security and Income Generation. The National Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation. Kenyatta International Conference Center, 22nd to 26th May, 2017. 

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Donna Pido. (2017)"Beyond Liberal Democracy: The Quest for Indigenous African Models of Democracy for the Twenty-First Century" Democracy as Falsehood: Seek but do Not Expect to Find. In press with CRVP in its publication series Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change. Organized by Council for Research in Philosophy and Values and the University of Nairobi .22nd to 23rd May, 2017. *Department of Design and Creative Media

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M Khamala and Donna Pido * (2017) The Past, Present and Future of Social Design in Kenya. Nairobi International Design Education Conference NIDEC. The University of Nairobi, Nairobi,  25th to 26th May, 2017 *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Lydia Muthuma*(2017). The Image of Woman: mediating cultural values through images. Re-learning to be Human for Global Times: Challenges and Opportunities Research In Values and Philosophy and Makerere University 1st to 2nd June, 2017. *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Donna Pido* (2017) Fusion, Transformation and Assertion in Kenyan Heraldry. Chair of a panel entitled Indigenous, Imported and Innovated Heraldry in Africa. The 17th Triennial Symposium on African Art, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana. 7th to 12th  August, 2017. *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Donna Pido* (2017) The Wages of Epistemicide:  Fusion, Transformation and Assertion in Kenyan Heraldry.17th Triennial Symposium on African Art, Accra Ghana, 8th to 12th August, 2017. *Department of Design and Creative Media

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JP Odoch Pido*(2017) The Sound of Acholi Heraldry .The 17th Triennial Symposium on African Art University of Ghana, Legon, Accra 12th August ,2017 *Department of Design and Creative Media

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Donna Pido* (2017) Democracy as Falsehood: Seek But Do Not Expect to Find. Department of Design and Creative Media, The Technical University of Kenya, Nairobi
*Department of Design and Creative Media

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Judith Waswa* Louise Ngugi, Angelica Mweni(2017). Prevention and Management of Non Communicable Diseases: A Policy Perspective.  Conference for Society for the Advancement of Science in Africa. Kigali Convention Centre, Kigali Rwanda. 4th to 6th October, 2017. *Department of Nutrition and Dietetics

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Judith Waswa*, Susan Wairegi, Lydia Asiko (2017). Non-Communicable Diseases – The Elephant in the Room. Society for the Advancement of Science in Africa. Kigali Convention Centre, Kigali Rwanda. 4th to 6th October, 2017.  *Department of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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Fiona Mbai* (2017). Regional workshop strengthening the ability of science granting councils to collect, analyze and disseminate indicators relevant to STI policy and associated instrument. Nairobi. 5th to 9th June, 2017. *Department of Biomedical Sciences and Technology

2017/2018

FACULTY APPLIED SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY 

  1. Tammary C Esho* (2017) The Heat Goes Away: Sexual Disorders of Married Women with Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting in Kenya. World Meeting on Sexual Medicine Lisbon, Portugal. 28th February, 2017-03rd March, 2017. *Department of Public and Community Health Download ABSTRACT
  2. Tammary C Esho* (2018) 5th Dakar International Urology Conference (URODAK), Dakar. 12th -14th April, 2018. *Department of Public and Community Health
  3. Ben Owino Obiero* (2017) Combinatorial and Computational Algebraic Geometry Centre International de Mathematiques School on Combinatorial and Computational Algebraic Geometry at the University of Ibadan Nigeria 11th – 24th June, 2017. *Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics Download ABSTRACT   Download Powerpoint
  4. Nicholas Nduti *(2018) weissella Cibaria NN20 Isolates Sequesters AFBI Invitro , Ferment with Good Viscosity as Yogurt , Global Food Summit Conference .Institute for Global Food Security Queen ‘s University in Belfast Ireland 28th to 31st May, 2018.*Department of Food Science and Technology
  5. Dickson Kinyanyi* (2018) in silico structural and functional prediction of African swine fever virus protein-B263R reveals features of a TATA-binding protein. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology 
  6. James N. Nyariki * (2018) Coenzyme Q10 Decelerates the Occurrence of Experimental Cerebral Malaria by Ameliorating the Development of Host Inflammatory Responses in Murine Model. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
  7. Nyambati G.K* (2018) In vivo anti-plasmodial activity and toxicity of selected crude plant extracts of from regions of Kenya, against Plasmodium berghei in BALB/c mice. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Biomedical Sciences & Technology
  8. Elizabeth W Mwaniki * (2018) Prevalence of Second Hand Smoke Exposure among Primary School Children in Awendo Subcounty-Nyanza, Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Community and Public Health
  9. Janet Malla * (2018) Micronutrient Deficiencies among young children: An evaluation of the Home Grown School Meals (HGSM) Programme in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
  10. L.W. Gachahi* (2018) Effects of urbanization on Land Surface Temperature. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Geosciences and the Environmental.

 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

  1. Ronoh Kennedy Kibet* (2017) Firefly Algorithm Based Power Control in Wireless TV White Space Network, IEEEE Africon 2017 Cape Town South Africa, 18th - 20th September, 2017 *Department of Computational Science and Engineering Download ABSTRACT Download Powerpoint
  2. Mildred Mwigali Aduma*(2017) Potential Impacts of Climate Projection on Wildlife in Savanna Ecosystem of East Africa, Geo-Science and Technology Southern African Wildlife Management Association (SAMWA) Goudini Spa in Western Cape South Africa 10th - 14th September, 2017 *Department of Geo-Science and Technology Download ABSTRACT  Download Powerpoint
  3. Raphael Kieti* (2018) influence of spatial design parameters on the size of residential extensions .25th European Real Estate Society (ERES) Conference at the university of reading in the United Kingdom 26th to 30th June, 2018 *Department of Real Estate and Property Management
  4. Eric Ogur *Analysis of Thermal Stress Evolution in Laser Spallation of Granite .the Control Conference Africa (CCA 2017) South Africa 7th -8th December 2017 *Department of Mechanical Engineering
  5. Joseph Kedogo* The Role of Social Innovation and Governance in the Urban South Crises.International Conference on Making Space for Social –spatial and Socio –Ecological Justice in Research and Action Strategics Lesvas Greece 2nd -6th July 2017. *Department of Architecture and Environmental Design
  6. Margaret Macharia* The Role of Social Innovation and Governance in the Urban South Crises.International Conference on Making Space for Social –spatial and Socio –Ecological Justice in Research and Action Strategics Lesvas Greece 2nd -6th July 2017.*Department of Spatial Planning and Design
  7. Absalom Habil Lamka*(2018) Towards An Appropriate Construction Industry Resource Levelling Model for Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Construction Economics and Management
  8. Martin Tairo Maseghe* (2018) Future Urbanism – Pedestrianization of Nairobi. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Architecture and Environment
  9. Okwadha G.D.O. * (2018) Evaluation of Pozzolanic Activity of Select Leguminous Plants Ashes. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Civil & Construction Engineering
  10. Joseph Kedogo* (2018) Global-Local Intersections: Lessons from Slum Upgrading In Kenya –The Kisip Experience. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Spatial Planning and Design
  11. Fawcett Ouma Komollo* (2018) Deconstructing Public Participation: Why Public Participation Has Stagnated Development in Africa. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department ofUrban and regional Planning
  12. Michael Mutuku* (2018) from Rules to Guidelines: Towards Effective Flood Control in Nairobi Slums - The Case of Mukuru Informal Settlements. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Architecture and Environmental Sciences
  13.  A. M. Muumbo* (2018) Definition and Analysis of Alternative Electric Power Generation Scenarios in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Mechanical Engineering

FACULTY SOCIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

  1. Samson Kungu Kuria* (2018) Investigation of social media application on choice of restaurants by Guests Nairobi County. Trilateral Workshop on Sustainability and Human Resource Management in Africa. School of Tourism and Hospitality University of Johannesburg .26th -29th September, 2017*Department of Hospitality and Institutional Management
  2. Bukachi, J*. (2017). Emerging trends in Criminal Law Practice (Insights). Paper presented at the Law society of Kenya conference, held on 22nd September 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya. *Department of Criminology and legal studies
  3. Ouma, G. A* (2017). Fearless Features: Setting the Policy Agenda for Access to Cancer Care and Treatment. Paper presented at the International Psychology Conference, held on 13th – 15th  December, 2017 in Kisumu, Kenya. *Department of Governance and Public Policy
  4. Bukachi, J*. (2018). Public private partnership law. Paper presented at the Law society of Kenya conference, held on 26th January 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya. *Department of Criminology and legal studies
  5. Muliro, W*. (2018): War Economy and Peace Support Operations in Africa: Case of Somalia Joint ALC/SSRC research workshop on peace and security issues in Africa; 8th - 12th January 2018 in Nairobi. *Department of Governance and Public Policy
  6. Elyjoy Muthoni Micheni*(2018) Preparedness of Teachers in Integrating Information Communication Technology in Public Primary Schools in Thika, Kiambu County, Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Management Science & Technology
  7. Elyjoy Muthoni Micheni* (2018) Achieving Gender Equality and Empowering All Women and Girls towards Sustainable Development Goals through ICT. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference. Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Management Science & Technology
  8. Headmound Okari Isoe*(2018) Influence of Geographical and Concentric Diversification Strategies on Performance of Kenyan Universities. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference. Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Business Administration
  9. Alice Wanjira Kiai* (2018) Harnessing New Media to Teach and Learn Communication Skills: Possibilities and Challenges at the Technical University of Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department Of Language and Communication Studies
  10. Andrew Obaga* (2018) Intersection of Multiple Intelligences in Musical Performance. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Music and Performing Arts
  11. Angella Kogos* (2018) Digital anonymity for digital privacy: the challenge of ensuring digital privacy and security in the digital age. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management
  12. Arun Datta* (2018) Innovation and Technology in Applied Sciences for Societal Transformation: A Philosophical Analysis. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Centre for Science and Technological Studies
  13. Benson A. Ateng’* (2018) Linkages between Sustainable Biodiversity and Cultural Values: A Case Study of Ramogi Hill Forest and its Environs. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Economics and Resource Management,
  14. Bernard Owuor* (2018) Visual Intelligence Expressed In Film Editing Decisions. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018.*Department of Design and Creative Media
  15. Claudior Kerubo Onsare* (2018) The Use of Alternative Media to Provide Electoral   Information in Nairobi City County. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018.*Department of Language and Communication Studies,
  16. Claudior Onsare and Tom Kwanya* (2018) Fake Social Media News in Kenya: An Ethical Analysis‘A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes´Mark Twain. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Language and Communication Studies, *Department of Information and Communication Studies
  17. Okoth Daniel* (2018) Interrogating Media Independence in Post- Democratic Kenya: An analysis of 2017 Presidential Election Coverage. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Journalism and Media Studies
  18. Donna Pido* (2018) Brain and Hand:  Social Ranking, Sexism and the Role of “Embellishment Crafts” In Education and the National Economy. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Design and Creative Media
  19. Donna Pido* (2018) Brain and Hand:  Social Ranking, Sexism and the Role of “Embellishment Crafts” In Education and the National Economy. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Design and Creative Media,
  20. Alfred O. Akwala* (2018) Linguistic Intricacies of Disseminating Reproductive Health Knowledge through Community Media: A case of Ghetto Radio. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Language and Communication Studies
  21. Lilian Ingutia Oyieke and Tom Kwanya* (2018) Intellectual Property Rights Implications on Content Curation and Aggregation in Digital Libraries. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management
  22. Eddie M. Obwaka* (2018) Enhancing the Usability of Indigenous Knowledge through E-Content in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of information & Knowledge Management
  23. Everlyne Namoo Masindet* (2018) Influence of Total Quality Management Practices on Supply Chain Performance of Cement Manufacturing Firms in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018.*Department of Business Administration and Management
  24. Ambayo Jackson Alunga* (2018) E-Commerce Model for Virtual Tourism for the Kenya Wildlife Service. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018.  *Department of Information and Knowledge Management
  25. Jackson Owiti * (2018) Significance of the key economic rights under Kenya's copyright Law. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management
  26. Joyce Omwoha* (2018) Talk Radio, Democratic Deliberations and the Critical Appreciation of its role in the Public Sphere. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Journalism & Media Studies
  27. Judith Nelima Wasike Milimo* (2018) Influence of Supply Chain Process Integration Capabilities on Performance of Public Universities in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Business Administration and Management
  28. Julius Bosire* (2018) Media economics and technological change in Kenya: Emerging challenges in the networked society. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Journalism and Media Studies.
  29. Kambaga Dunstana * (2018) Tourists Attitudes towards Tourism Training In Middle Level Colleges In Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Business and Management Studies
  30. Lucy Kibe* (2018)   Altmetrics Analysis of Scholarly Research by Technical University of Kenya Academic Staff 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018.  *Department of Information and Knowledge Management
  31. Lydia W. Muthuma* (2018) The Significance of Visual Language in Academic Discourse. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018.*Department of Design and Creative Media,
  32. Martin Khamala* (2018) Varieties of Intelligence in Higher Education in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Design and Creative Media
  33. Melisa Achoko Allela* (2018) Defining the Unknown:  The Role of Practice as Research in Experimental Animation.  4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Design and Creative Media
  34. Bulinda Dorothy Muchere* (2018) An Analysis of Music Idioms of the Kiringongo in Popular Band Music. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Music and Performing Arts,
  35. Odoch Pido* (2018) Structural Challenges in the Admission Process for Tertiary Level Design Education in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Design and Creative Media
  36. Pamela Atieno Moro* (2018) Exploring Factors Affecting Students’ Usage and Adoption of Web 2.0 Technologies at School of Computing and Informatics, University of Nairobi. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018.
  37. Patrick M. Dikirr* (2018) Deployment of Modern Communication Technologies for Enhanced Road Safety in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Centre for Science and Technology Studies
  38. Petwa Nawire Malaba* (2018) Influence of Reverse Logistics Strategy on Procurement Performance of Sugar Industry in Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Management Science and Technology
  39. Rhoydah Nyambane* (2018) The Role of the Mainstream Media in Kenya’s Electoral System towards Social Integration 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Journalism & Media Studies
  40. Salesio Mbogo Kiura* (2018) IT Governance and Performance Contracting (Balanced Scorecard) in Kenyan State Corporations. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Computer Science and Technology
  41. Sitoki Lewis* (2018) Environmental Triggers to Changes in Functional Species Groups of Phytoplankton in Nyanza Gulf, L. Victoria. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Geosciences and the Environment
  42. Sylvester William Hayker * (2018) Effects of socio – economic factors of children’s households on Active Transport in Nairobi City County, Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Leisure and Event Management
  43. Teresa Atieno Otieno* (2018) Using E-Learning Technologies to Improve the Quality of Teaching of Foreign Languages in Technical University of Kenya. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Business and Management Studies
  44. Tom Kwanya* (2018) Traditional Rainmaking in Scientific Literature: A Bibliometrics Analysis. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Information and Knowledge Management
  45. Tom Okungu* (2018) Sleeping With Open Eyes: Internet of Things (IoT) Transformation of Entrepreneurial Innovations. 4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Department of Finance and Accounting
  46. Wefwafwa Job Allan* (2018) The Adoptability and Resilience of Indigenous Democracy on Digital Platforms.  4th Technical University of Kenya International Conference Panafric Sarova, Nairobi. 21st -23rd February, 2018. *Departmentof Journalism and Media Studies