Vice Chancellor

 

Vice Chancellor

 

 

Prof. Stephen G. Agong’

B.Sc., M.Sc. (UoN), Ph.D. (Giessen), FAAS

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Office of Vice Chancellor

  1. The Vice-Chancellor shall be appointed competitively by the Cabinet Secretary on the recommendation of Council.
  2. Subject to the provision of the Charter and this Statute, the conditions of appointment of the Vice-Chancellor shall be as set out in Schedule II of these Statutes and subject to amendments thereto determined by the Council from time to time.
  3. The Vice-Chancellor shall hold office for five (5) years, renewable once provided that he or she may resign the office by giving six months notice, in writing, or six months salary in lieu of notice.
  4. The Council may also terminate the appointment by giving six months notice in writing or six months salary in lieu of notice.
  5. Where the Vice-Chancellor is appointed from outside the University, he/she shall be an associate member of the appropriate department in the University. However, where the Vice-Chancellor is appointed from among the University staff , he/she shall be expected to seek leave of absence from his/her department for the period he/she holds the office, and shall revert to his /her department at the end of the appointment.  
  6. The Vice-Chancellor shall be the chief executive officer and accounting officer of the University and shall—
    1. be the academic and administrative head of the University;
    2. have the overall responsibility for the direction, organization, administration, maintaining and promoting good order and programmes of the University; and
    3. have such responsibilities and duties as may be provided for in these Statutes.
  7. A person shall only be appointed as a Vice-Chancellor where the person is of high moral character and integrity in accordance with Chapter Six of the Constitution.
  8. The Vice- Chancellor shall be responsible for the day-to-day management of the University assisted by the Management Board of the University in accordance with the provisions of section 43 of the Act and section 24 of the Charter.
  9. The Vice-Chancellor shall be responsible for policy matters, planning, public relations, fund-raising and general development of the University.
  10. The Vice-Chancellor shall be Chairperson of -
    1. Senate
    2. Management Board
  11. The Vice-Chancellor shall be the Secretary to the University Council.
  12. The Vice-Chancellor may from time to time assign or delegate any of the duties to a committee or to a member of staff of the University and may withdraw such assignment or delegation.
  13. The Vice-Chancellor shall, by virtue of this office, be a member of every School/Faculty/Institute Board within the University and a member of every committee appointed by the respective University Management Board and Senate, unless otherwise expressly provided.
  14. The Vice-Chancellor shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be assigned or delegated to him/her by the Council.

 

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Planning, Administration and Finance)

 

Vice Chancellor

 

 

Prof. Dr. Ing. Washington H. Asembo Olima

B.A. (Land Econ), M.A. (HA) UoN, Dr. Ing. (Dortmund), MISK, RV,

Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Planning, Administration and Finance)

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Registrar (Planning and Administration)

Vice ChancellorCS Rosemary Ngesa

B.A. (Hons) (UoN,) CPS (K) EMBA (JKUAT), CPS (K), MICPS (K), MIHRM

Office of Registrar (Planning and Administration)

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Finance Officer

Vice Chancellor

Jared Oguta Ogutu

B.Com. (KU), M.B.A. (Maseno), CPA (K), MICPAK

Office of Finance

Terms of Reference

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Procurement Manager

Senior Procurement OfficerSenior Procurement Officer

Mr. Dickson Oruko Seda, Dip. (Kenya Poly), BBM (Moi), MLSC (JOOUST)

Office of Procurement

Terms of Reference

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Chief Medical Officer

Senior Medical OfficerSenior Medical Officer

Dr. John Owaka, MBBS (Mumbai)

Office of Medical Services

Terms of Reference

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  1. Subject to the provision of the Charter and this Statute, the conditions of appointment of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (PAF) shall be as set out in Schedule II of these statutes. Schedule I will be subject to amendments thereto determined by the Council from time to time.
  2. A person shall only be appointed as a Deputy Vice-Chancellor (PAF) where the person is a person of high moral character and integrity in accordance with Chapter Six of the Constitution.
  3. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (PAF) shall hold office for five (5) years, renewable once provided that he or she may resign the office by giving six months notice, in writing, or six months salary in lieu of notice. 
  4. The Council may also terminate the appointment by giving six months notice in writing or six months salary in lieu of notice.
  5. Where the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (PAF) is appointed from outside the University, he/she shall be an associate member of the appropriate department in the University. However, where the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (PAF) is appointed from among the University staff , he/she shall be expected to seek leave of absence from his/her department for the period he/she holds the office, and shall revert to his /her department at the end of the appointment.
  6. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (PAF) shall be under the general authority of the Vice-Chancellor and shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be assigned or delegated to him/her by the Vice-Chancellor or in accordance with Statute VIII.
  7. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (PAF) shall be the Chairperson of:
    1. the Planning, Development and Establishment Committee
    2. any other Committee as directed by the Vice-Chancellor.

 

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic Affairs)

 

Registrar (Academic Affairs)

Vice Chancellor

Dr. Walter Akuno

Dip., B.Sc. (Egerton), M.Sc. (Egerton) , Ph.D. (Egerton)

Office, Reistrar Academic Affairs

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Deans, Directors and Coordinators

DEANS OF SCHOOLS

School of Agricultural and Food Sciences
Prof. Reuben Oyoo Mosi, B.Sc. (Makerere), M.Sc. (Edinburgh), M.Sc. (UoN), Ph.D. (Wales)

School of Biological and Physical Sciences
Dr.Regina O. Nyunja, B.Ed. (Sci.) (KU), M.Sc. (UoN), Ph.D. (Maseno)

School of Business and Economics
Prof. Maria Onyango, B.Ed. (UoN), M.Sc. (Stirling), APD (Illinois), Ph.D. (KU)

School of Education
Dr. Pamela Raburu, B.Ed., M.A. (London), Ph.D. (Lancaster)

School of Engineering and Technology
Dr. Michael O. Oloko, B.Sc. (Egerton), M.Sc. (Dar-es-Salaam), Ph.D. (Egerton)

School of Health Sciences
Prof. Fred Anangwe Amimo, B.Sc. (Andrews), M.Sc. (KU), Ph.D. (Michigan)

School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Rev. Fr. Dr. Charles O. Oduke, B.A./ M.Div (Hekima College, CUEA), M.Ph (Jnana-Deepa Vidyapeeth), Ph.D. (Boston College)

School of Informatics and Innovative Systems
Dr. Silvance O. Abeka, B.C.S., MBA (KIU), M.C.S (UDSM), Ph.D. (KIU), CCNA

School of Mathematics and Actuarial Sciences
Prof. Omolo N. Ongati, B.Ed. (Sc), (UoN), M.Sc. (Odessa), PGD (Leeds), Ph.D. (Pretoria)

School of Spatial Planning and Natural Resources Management
Dr. Patrick O. Hayombe, B.A. (UoN), M.Phil., Ph.D. (Moi), KIP, EIA  

School of Law
Mr. Kimweli Muneeni, LL.B (Hon), M.B.A., LL.M (UoN), PGD (Kenya School of Law) CPM (Certified Professional Moderator - MTI-US)


 

DIRECTORS

Information, Communication and Technology
Prof. Anthony J. Rodrigues, B.Sc. (Manchester), M.Sc., Ph.D. (UMIST)

Kisumu Learning Centre
Prof. Hellen Atieno, B.A.A. (Spicer), M.A. (Andrews), PGD MUED (Royal College of Music), DMUS (Pretoria)

Quality Enhancement and Assurance
Prof. Monica A. Ayieko, Dip (Egerton) BSc. (Maryland), MSc. (Illinois), PhD (Illinois)

Board of Postgraduate Studies
Prof. Beatrice Anyango, B.Sc., MSc. (UoN), Ph.D. (London)

Kisii Learning Centre
Dr. Henry L.N. Onderi, B.Ed. (Arts) (KU), M.Ed., Ph.D. (Reading)

Centre for Gender Mainstreaming and Development
Prof. Mildred Ndeda, B.Ed. (Art), MA (UoN), Ph.D.(KU)

Centre for Research, Innovation and Technology
Dr. Benard Oula Muok, Cert EIA (JKUAT), Dip. (Kew Garden, UK), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Moi), Ph.D. (Kyoyo)


COORDINATORS

East African Community Integration Institute
Dr. David John Ndegwa, B.Phil, B.Th. (Urbania), M.Ed. (Wichita), Ph.D.(Arizona)

Kosele/Kendu Learning Centre
Dr. Benson Charles Odongo, B.Ed. (KU), M.Ed., (Wichita), Ph.D. (Arizona)

Teaching and Examinations Timetabling
Dr. Titus J. O. Aminer, B.Ed. (MU), M.Sc. (Maseno), Ph.D. (JOOUST)

Institute of Cultural Heritage and Material Science
Dr. Isaya Oduor Onjala, BA, MA (UoN), Ph.D. (Alberta)

Busia and Nambale Learning Centre
Prof. Michael Okello Okwara, B.Ed., M.Ed. (KU), Ph.D. (Maseno)

Dean of Students

Dean of StudentsDr. Christopher Obel-Gor

B.Sc., M.Sc. (Idaho), Ph.D. (UoN)

Office of The Dean of Students

Terms of Reference

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Director E-Learning

Dean of StudentsDr. Silvance Abeka

B.C.S., MBA (KIU), M.C.S (UDSM), Ph.D. (KIU), CCNA

Office of Centre of E-Learning

Terms of Reference

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Director of Sports

Director of SportsMs. Valarie K. Onyango

B.Ed. (UoN), PGD (Leipzig), M.Ed. (Manchester)

Office of Directorate of Sports

Terms of Reference

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Director Quality Assurance & Perfomance Contracting

Director Quality AssuranceProf. Monica A. Ayieko

PhD (Illinois), MSc. (Illinois), BSc. (Maryland), Dip (Egerton)

Office of Quality Assurance

Terms of Reference

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  1. Subject to the provision of the Charter and this Statute, the conditions of appointment of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) shall be as set out in Schedule II of these statutes. Schedule II will be subject to amendments thereto determined by the Council from time to time.
  2. A person shall only be appointed as a Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) where the person is a person of high moral character and integrity in accordance with Chapter Six of the Constitution.
  3. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) shall hold office for five (5) years, renewable once provided that he or she may resign the office by giving six months notice, in writing, or six months salary in lieu of notice.
  4. The Council may also terminate the appointment by giving six months notice in writing or six months salary in lieu of notice.
  5. Where the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) is appointed from outside the University, he/she shall be an associate member of the appropriate department in the University. However, where the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) is appointed from among the University staff , he/she shall be expected to seek leave of absence from his/her department for the period he/she holds the office, and shall revert to his /her department at the end of the appointment.
  6. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) shall be under the general authority of the Vice-Chancellor and shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be assigned or delegated to him/her by the Vice-Chancellor or in accordance with Statute VIII.
  7. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (AA) shall be the Chairperson of:
    1. the Deans Committee 
    2. any other Committee as directed by the Vice-Chancellor.

 

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research, Innovation & Outreach)

 

Registrar (Research, Innovation & Outreach)

Registrar, Research, Innovation and Outreach

Dr. Patrick J. Akhaukwa

B.A. (KU), M.Sc. (MMUST), Ph.D. (Moi), CPS (K), MIHRM

Office of Registrar, Research, Innovation and Outreach

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Director (Research, Innovation and Technology)

Dr. Benard Oula Muok

Dr. Benard Oula Muok

Cert EIA (JKUAT), Dip. (Kew Garden, UK), B.Sc., M.Sc. (Moi), Ph.D. (Kyoto)

Office Director Centre for Research , Innovation and Technology

Terms of Reference

Farm and Field Stations manager

Vice Chancellor

Alice Nakhumicha

Dip.(Egerton), B.Sc., M.Sc.(Guelph), Ph.D(JKUAT)

Office of University Farm

Terms of Reference

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  1. Subject to the provision of the Charter and this Statute, the conditions of appointment of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RIO) shall be as set out in Schedule II of these statutes. Schedule II will be subject to amendments thereto determined by the Council from time to time.
  2. A person shall only be appointed as a Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RIO) where the person is a person of high moral character and integrity in accordance with Chapter Six of the Constitution.
  3. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RIO) shall hold office for five (5) years, renewable once provided that he or she may resign the office by giving six months notice, in writing, or six months salary in lieu of notice.
  4. The Council may also terminate the appointment by giving six months notice in writing or six months salary in lieu of notice.
  5. Where the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RIO) is appointed from outside the University, he/she shall be an associate member of the appropriate department in the University. However, where the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RIO) is appointed from among the University staff , he/she shall be expected to seek leave of absence from his/her department for the period he/she holds the office, and shall revert to his /her department at the end of the appointment.
  6. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RIO) shall be under the general authority of the Vice-Chancellor and shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as may be assigned or delegated to him/her by the Vice-Chancellor or in accordance with Statute VIII.
  7. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RIO) shall be the Chairperson of:
    1. the Research , Publications & Press Committee
    2. any other Committee as directed by the Vice-Chancellor.

 

 

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