The Riara University Multimedia Journalism Department was privileged to host a Media Literacy Workshop for the students and staff on July 25th and 26th. The workshop was organized in partnership with the Centre for Information and Media Literacy in
The session commenced at 9.00AM and was led by the Master of Ceremony Mr. John Githinji of Riara School of Business.
Prof. Robert Gateru, Vice Chancellor, Riara University gave the opening and welcome remarks. He introduced the university founders, Prof. E. Gachukia and Mr.
The trip to Olkaria IV Geothermal Power plant provided School of Computing Sciences students with an opportunity to engage and learn from a practical perspective on technology and automation. Situated at the Hells Gate National Park about 26 Kilometers from
Ms. Florence Shako article: “Mediation in the Courts’ Embrace: Introduction of Court – Annexed Mediation into the Justice System in Kenya.” was Published in the Journal of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Volume 4, Issue number 2 of 2016, Page
On Monday, 18th July, 2016 Riara University (RU) and Africa Institute of Deaf Studies & Research (AIDSR) announced the official collaboration between the two institutions to provide training, capacity building, and research in the field of deafness. The collaboration
How Kenya can avoid the resource curse in oil, gas sector.
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The Riara University School of Education held a Colloquium on creative writing on Wednesday, 6 July 2016.
Jackson Biko who blogs as ‘BikoZulu’ was the guest and resource person. He engaged the audience in the process of creative writing and
On Wednesday 29th June, 2016, RU community had very insightful engagements in the Riara University’s iCentre with Mr. Innocent Moranga, CEO and Founder, The Founder Magazine and Mr. Samuel Onyango, CEO and Founder; Stratem Consulting Ltd and Find Solutions
Kenya has for a long time been a beacon of hope for its troubled neighbours. The relative peace and prosperity in Kenya since independence has allowed citizens of neighbouring countries embroiled in conflict to find refuge within
Florence Shako, a lecturer at Riara Law School was a delegate at the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) Congress held in Mauritius from 8th to 11th May, 2016. The ICCA Congress is the largest regular conference devoted to