The Directorate of Resource Mobilization and International Programmes, in collaboration with the School of Nursing, School of Business, and the School of Pure and Applied Sciences, have rolled out the 2022/2023 Visiting Scholars in a bid to boost capacity in various scholarly areas. These scholars are:
- Prof. Kerry Reld-Searl from the University of Tasmania, Australia will be joining the School of Nursing. She is a Professor of Nursing, Deputy Dean, Simulation, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences, Tertiary Education Division. She is also a Registered Nurse, Midwife. Prof. Reld-Searl will be involved in co-teaching to strengthen learning experiences.
- Dr. Michael Muchiri from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Australia will be joining the Human Resource Department, School of Business. He is an expert in positive organizational behaviour specializing in positive leadership styles and behaviours and how these relate to an individual, team and organizational outcomes. He will be involved in writing joint grant proposals to strengthen resource mobilization.
- Dr. Doris Okenwa from the University of Oxford, England will be joining the Human Resource Department and the Business and Economics Department, School of Business. She holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She will be involved in writing joint grant proposals to strengthen resource mobilization.
- Dr. Teresia Mutahi from the University of Florida, USA will be joining the School of Pure and Applied Sciences. She is skilled in teaching, STEM educational research, skills assessment and education programs leadership. She is a strong professional with a PhD in Science/Mathematics Education and a Masters degree in Biology from Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College at Baton Rouge, USA. She will be involved in writing joint book chapters and journal papers to strengthen scholarship.