The Nairobi County Capital Markets University Challenge ran from October 2015 to March 2016 targeting all universities within Nairobi County and its environs.The Riara University School of Business duo, comprising Susan Lekanaiya and Bill Kinoti, did us
The Monthly Students Innovation Forum held on 30/03/2016 had great engagements. Students from school of Computing Sciences unveiled a “robotic car.”
Led by Bhagyashree Halai, they demonstrated their skills in mechanics and electronics based on the knowledge acquired
The Riara University faculty (both full time and adjuncts) on 18th March 2016 concluded a six-week Certificate in Teaching at the University (CTU) training programme on effective learner-centred pedagogical approaches.
The programme was led by the Riara School of Education
The Nairobi International Education Fair is an annual event where local and international universities & other institutions of higher learning meet to show case their programs. This year marked its 18th edition since it began and a 1st ICT Integration
Riara University participated in the 4th Edition of the All Kenya Moot Court Competition at Kenyatta University, Parklands Campus On Friday 26th and Saturday 27th February, 2016. The theme of the competition was ‘Enhancing the Protection of Wildlife through
From 26th to 27th February 2016, Riara University took part in the just concluded Inter Varsity Law Schools Debate Challenge hosted at Strathmore University. Riara University students were taking part for the first time and put up a
Riara School of Business students and Faculty, led by the Dean, Professor Kinoti had a rare opportunity of being hosted at African Development Bank, Eastern Africa Resource Centre (EARC), Nairobi- Kenya on Tuesday 16th February, 2015 from 10.00am to 1.15 pm.The
Albinism is a genetically inherited condition present at birth which results in the lack of melanin – a chemical responsible for the colour of the skin, eyes and hair.
In almost all types of albinism, both parents
What is in dispute is the legality of the levies and not the notion that residents should benefit from the county’s resources
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This study focuses on the question of whether mediation training can equip lawyers with
the necessary guidance and skills for effective dispute resolution. It has been suggested that the
traditional law school curriculum inappropriately privileges an adversarial