Having an edge over other Institutions of Higher Learning, especially in disciplines that foster scientific innovations, is the sole prayer of every University; Maasai Mara University is not exceptional.
The zeal has seen the School of Science and Information Sciences of the Varsity conduct a two-day intervention with three educational developers from the University of Nottingham. Professor Nathan Oyaro and Dr. Stella Chelagat led the Maasai Mara team during the sessions.
The move seeks to develop a Chemistry and Pharmacy at Maasai Mara University that will be instrumental in imparting knowledge and skills to students in such fields of knowledge, ultimately fostering creativity and innovation.
Through this ingenuity, students will gain hands-on expertise and familiarizing themselves with opportunities offered in the industry and the ever dynamic job market.
This project is being spearheaded by the Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education Innovation and Reform (SPHEIR). The SPHEIR is the sheer body funding projects of such magnitude in selected universities globally. Maasai Mara University becomes the fourth entrant among Kenyan Universities.