IDS Hosts Alumni Consultative Meeting

Date and time: 
Thu, 2015-07-16 09:23
Location / Venue: 

University of Nairobi, Press Board Room, Main Campus.

Dr Paul Kamau addresses former IDS students during   the first Alumni Consultative Meeting on 16th July 2015.

 

The Institute for Development Studies (IDS) hosted the first Alumni Consultative Meeting to lay strategies on establishing an alumni association.

Speaking on behalf of the IDS Director at the meeting held on 16th July 2015 at the University of Nairobi, Dr Paul Kamau said the alumni association will provide an opportunity to IDS fraternity to learn from each other, since they have diverse knowledge.

“We can do a lot together as a group of individuals who are associated with IDS,” Dr Kamau, an IDS alumnus, told the former students. The meeting was convened by Dr George Michuki and Mr Erick Manga, who are also IDS alumni. Dr Kamau, Dr Michuki and Mr Manga teach at IDS.

During the occasion, Dr Anne Kamau briefed the former students on the activities lined up as part of IDS@50 celebrations and urged them to be actively involved in the activities.

The University of Nairobi Alumni Association was represented by Dr Fronicah Monari, on behalf of the association’s Acting Executive Director Jane Mogaka. Dr Monari outlined to the former IDS students the benefits of forming an alumni association.

 

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Expiry Date: 
Tue, 2018-07-31 09:23
Contact Person: 

Dr. Paul Kamau

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