On the 15th of November, 2022, the School of Technology and the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) held a 1-day competency-enhancement workshop at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies in Nairobi as part of the Kenya Norway Mobility (KeNoMo) project activities.
The training comprised a series of tutorials and demonstrations on discrete event modelling delivered by Prof. Reggie Davidrajuh, a renowned professor of Informatics at the University of Stavanger (UiS) in Norway.
It is expected that the workshop will trigger research interest on discrete event modeling using petri nets among faculty members.
The event was graced by Prof. Joshua Gisemba Bagaka’s, the deputy vice chancellor Academics and Students Affairs and was attended by the director of the CTLE, faculty members from the School of Technology and representative staff from the Research, Innovation and Outreach division of the University.
A day before the competency workshop (14th November 2022), Prof. Reggie Davidrajuh, paid a courtesy to the office vice chancellor and CEO of KCA University-Prof. Isaiah Wakindiki.
Other University Representatives that and was accompanied by the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic and Student affair- Prof. Joshua Gisemba Bagaka’s, Kenya-KeNoMo Project Coordinator and the Dean, School of Technology-Dr. Simon N. Mwendia, Director, Centre of Teaching Learning Excellence(CTLE) and KeNoMo Project Assistant –Dr. Lucy Mburu.
KCA University VC & CEO Prof. Isaiah Wakindiki, DVC-ASA Prof. Joshua Gisemba Bagaka’s and other University Dons during the Courtesy Visit of Prof. Reggie Davidrajuh
During the visit, the professors discussed how the KeNoMo Project has benefitted both KCA University students and faculty members. This includes students exchange programme, international workshop and summer schools.