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Prof. Mary K. Walingo, PhD

Welcome to Maasai Mara University. The vision we hold as a University is to be a World Class University committed to academic excellence for development. Our Mission is to provide Quality University education through innovative teaching, research and consultancy services for development. We offer high-quality, branded graduands whose image is recognizable among consumers in the corporate world by creating a sense of confidence among consumers who send the daughters and sons here. Read More

 

 

VC HARNESSES EXCELLENT LEADERSHIP SKILLS

Maasai Mara University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mary K. Walingo has registered positive experience on the second day of a five-day GLIG University Leaders’ Training in the United States of America. According to her, the training of Vice-Chancellors drawn from various universities began yesterday at Pappajohn Business Building with a welcoming introduction from Amy Kristof-Brown, an Associate Dean, University of Lowa Tippie College of Business.

The Monday discussions focused on entrepreneurship and innovation, with a focus on how to plan, manage and implement growth in Institutions of Higher Learning. Professor Walingo has also noted that today’s sessions were instrumental as it emphasized on leveraging dynamics in the market to raise and sustain high leadership performance. Besides, bringing real-world experience to classrooms was featured as a key ingredient in ensuring institutions stay afloat in the competitive market.

Likewise, tools and technology relevant for enhancing electronic/distance learning were unravelled. The role of universities in steering youths empowerment proliferated the sessions. It was clear that universities need to inculcate the ‘entrepreneurial mindset’ to youths through promoting creativity, innovation, critical thinking, as well as problem-solving hence prepare students for success in the world of business and entrepreneurship. Catch up with us for subsequent updates as from tomorrow.

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Dr. Zeddy Lemein

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The Directorate has continued to create Gender and Equity awareness among staff and students through workshops, seminars and international symposiums. The issues discussed during these engagements have always emphasized the critical mass of knowledge that can be gained through transformational leadership styles by all genders. The emphasis has also been on nurturing the virtue of inclusivity as a necessary input for the creation of a fair and just society. All these are in line with what has been captured in the strategic direction and implementation matrix of our universities strategic plan and the Directorate’s objectives.

At the moment, the Directorate’s committee is planning to host a symposium on Gender, Peace and Security in an effort to engage all and particularly the youth in activities that will eventually contribute immensely to their own development and that of their respective nations.

Maasai Mara University currently enjoys cooperation with Aarhus University-Denmark and Justus-Liebeg- Universitat Giesen in Germany, the University of Nairobi, Karen Blixen Camp and Mararianda Community. This was initiated by the Directorate. The focus is on the challenges of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve ecosystem.

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This is osano's imageDr. Aloys Mosima Osano

Ag. Director

A Search for Green Energy, Technology and Innovation Platforms: To set up a hub for excellence in research into; materials, Renewable energy, technology and innovations at the university in view of producing tangible products, alternative green Energies, guide, manage and improve on the use of the existing energy; train, Research in Frontier areas of Science and Technology, and producing consumable innovative energy products and ideas ready for implementation in view of reducing emissions and costs.


Ms. Priscah Nchoe

Ag. Director, Marketing & Public Relations

The Directorate of Marketing and Public Relations is a new Directorate established the early year 2017. to strengthen the university's image and publicity by communicating in clarity and integrity the achievements, events, academic programmes and services of MMARAU, its students, alumni, faculty, staff and administrators to the media, the public and the MMARAU community in a timely, reliable and accurate manner.

The Directorate has so far established a draft communication policy, that is undergoing review in relevant university organs before ratification, which shall provide general guidelines governing internal communication, official university publications, communication with the mass media, MMU global email, electronic and online venues and broadcast news coverage that reflect on the role, scope, mission, structure, and identity of MMARAU.

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This is prof wanzala's imageProf. Wycliffe Wanzala

Director, Institute of Ethnobiology & Ethnomedicines

The Directorate of Institute of Ethnobiology & Ethnomedicuines is a newly created Directorate to complement the University's academic, research and community outreach and services activities. The institute is focused on exploring all kinds of indigenous knowledge systems in the context of people's cultures and socio-well-being to improve their livelihoods in the health industry, industrial growth and development, food security, unemployment and socio-economic inequalities while preserving the heritage of the people and customs accumulated in time and space. The institute, having been built on an ethos of socio-cultural and anthropological practical values, is committed to enabling the widest possible access to affordable, quality and evidence-based healthcare services rooted in the centuries-old ethnocentric beliefs, experiences and practices of traditions, cultures. taboos, customs and norms in various human societies.

 

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MMU WITNESS CS PROF. MAGOHA LAUNCH KUCCPS CAREER GUIDE & RELEASE OF PLACEMENT RESULTS

Maasai Mara University has demonstrated support for the Kenya Universities and Colleges placement Service (KUCCPS) as the Education Cabinet Secretary, Prof. George Magoha and the Chief Administrative Secretary Prof. Collete Suda launched KUCCPS Career Guide and released 2019 placement results. Read More

SOUTH KOREA; WHERE MMU WILL DRAW TECHNOLOGY, AGRICULTURE AND HOUSING SKILLS

As the Vice-Chancellor of Maasai Mara University Prof. Mary K. Walingo prides in the varsity as a World Class University, she does not relent in focusing on more collaborations and benchmarking visits to global institutions that light the world in different fields of knowledge. This spirit is cascaded down the hierarchy of management and the entire Maasai Mara University Community. Read More

 

MMU PITCHES HOMESTRETCH TOWARDS PARTNERING WITH ILKERIN LOITA INTEGRAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT 

Maasai Mara University keeps soaring high in creating collaborations and partnerships geared towards promoting quality teaching, research and innovation. Read More

MMU ALUMNI SHINES ABROAD

"I believe in the quality and exceptional expertise inherent in  the graduates we churn out yearly." Those were the sentiments of the smart Vice-Chancellor of Maasai Mara University, Prof. Mary K. Walingo, during a visit to Iowa State University in the United States of America. Read More
 
MAASAI MARA UNIVERSITY TO REAP FROM THE KONZA TECHNOPOLIS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOLLOWING THE KICKOFF OF THE KONZA CITY KENYA ADVANCED INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (KAIST) PROJECT

Maasai Mara University through its Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mary K. Walingo and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Student Affairs Prof. Bulitia Godrick Mathews has spearheaded the quest to apportion part of the KONZA City land, also known as the Smart City to universities. The Mara varsity is honored to be among the identified universities to benefit in the allocation of KONZA City resources for universities. Read More

MMU EXHILARATES PLWDs, YOUTH AND WOMEN THROUGH TRAINING

Maasai Mara University steered by its Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mary K. Walingo has been instrumental in fostering the mainstreaming of Youth, Women, and People Living with Disability (PLWD) in supplies of goods, works and services for the Varsity beyond the 30% as defined in the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act, 2015. Read More

 

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