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Publications

  • Mutisya S. M. (2015). Preparedness to teach science in Kenya’s primary schools. International Journal of Development and Sustainability, Vol. 4 No. 3. pp. 337-347 
  • Mutisya, S.M. (2015). Primary Teacher Trainees Preparedness to Teach Science: A Gender Perspective. Journal of Education and Practice, Vol. 6 No. 3. pp.179-135. 
  • Rotich, K. S., Rono, K. J. &. Mutisya, S. M. (2014).  Competence of Head Teachers in Primary School Management in Kenya: An Evaluation of Capacity Building. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 3 (3). pp. 126-133. 
  • Rotich, K. S., Rono, K. J. &. Mutisya, S. M. (2014).  University Education of the Maasai Girls in Kenya at Crossroad: A Viewpoint of the Role of local leaders and Socio-Cultural factors. The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (IJSSH) Vol. 1 (1) pp. 51-61 ISSN: Applied 
  • Mutisya, S.M., Too, J.K. and Rotich, S.K. (2014). Performance in Science Process Skills: The Influence of Subject Specialization. Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities (AJSSH), Vol. 3 No. 1. pp.179-188. 
  • Mutisya, S.M. Kirui, E.K. & Kipkirui, J.R. (2013). Positive Attitude Towards Environmental Conservation: The Role of Primary Schools in Kenya. Asian Journal of Management Sciences & Education (AJMSE). Vol. 2 No. 4. pp.  203-215. 
  • Mutisya, S.M. Rotich, S.K. & Rotich, P.K. (2013). Conceptual understanding of science process skills and gender stereotyping: A critical component for inquiry teaching of science in Kenya’s primary schools. Asian Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities (AJSSH), Vol. 2 No. 3. pp.359-369. 
  • Rotich, S. K. & Mutisya, S. (2013). Evaluation of capacity development programs in Kenya: a case of SMASSE INSET for science teachers. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 1 (3). pp. 273-288. 
  • Mutisya, S. & Baker, M. (2011). Pupils’ environmental awareness and knowledge: a springboard for action in primary schools in Kenya’s Rift Valley. Science Education International, Vol.22 (1) pp. 55-71.

Collaborations and Linkages

University of Pau-France

It was requested that MMU to host one French Master of Tourism student for internship in 2014.The details to be discussed between Dean Tourism MMU and Director Tourism University of Pau France after the conference.

Clemson University - U.S.A.

Exchange research, training and workshop conference Developing a tourism information system for Maasai Mara Game Reserve

University of Bordeaux 3-France

Establishment of a French Language Institute/ centre Maasai Mara University is currently teaching French language to students undertaking tourism, arts and hospitality courses.

Aarhus University- Denmark

Establish and promote joint research, development projects and academic cooperation with focus on the Maasai Mara (ecosystem, living conditions, economic growth and biodiversity)

Regents University-London-U.K

Areas of collaboration: Education cooperation and articulation programmes. Research collaboration Exchange of students, faculty and staff members Joint consultancy activities Knowledge transfer Participation in seminar and academic meetings Exchange of academic materials and other information.

Kenya Industrial Estates

Create incubation centers and incubate student's projects with potential for commercialization. Attachment of MMU staff to enterprise funded through KIE for purposes of gaining experience that would be ploughed back into teaching.

University of Hertfordshire.- London-U.K

To conduct a survey to identify current research, educational, policy and regulatory activities (Governmental, academic, NGO)

University of Munster, Germany

The parties agree to collaborate in the following area of mutual interest: Explore possibilities for joint research programmes, Exchanges for students.

Physical Address

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