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Public Lecture: Internet Standards Development & The Internet Engineering Task Force

Campus Events

USIU-Africa will be hosting a Public Lecture on “Internet Standards Development and the Internet Engineering Task Force” by Mr. Olaf Kolkman, Chief Technical Officer - Internet Society.

Panel Discussion: The Digital Art Scene in Germany

Campus Events , Free

The Goethe-Institut Kenya, in collaboration with iHub, is currently working on a digital art project and has invited two experts from Germany, Johannes Helberger and Johannes Timpernagel.

Enjoy Responsibly


It is with great pleasure that Kuona Trust invite you to the opening of Enjoy Responsibly, a collaborative art exhibition by six artists; Peterson Kamwathi, Thom Ogonga, Maral Bolouri, John Kamicha, Ndeithi Kariuki and Anthony Okello.

Cancer Screening and Awareness Event

Special Events

Cancer has been identified as a silent killer in our community especially because of low level of awareness, late presentation and diagnosis and lack of affordable facilities for cancer management.

Work- Life Balance Workshop

Courses, Lectures & Workshops

We all would like to spend appropriate amount of time and energy in each aspect of our lives i.e work, family, health, community, spirituality, social life and finances.

The Instagram Party

Nightlife , Free

Partyville Kenya & Aqua Blu Club & Lounge Bar present the Instagram Party powered by Flirt Vodka Kenya

The Ol Donyo Orok Mountain Day Hike

Travel , Hot

The Ol Donyo Orok Mountain also called Namanga Hills is situated in southern Kenya to the Tanzanian border in the Namanga Division.

Super Boot Camp


Super Boot camp is finally here. Great experience for those looking to encounter some body and mind rush.

Tea With The Midwife

Special Events , Free

A forum where mums-to-be discuss different aspects of their Birth Journey.

Kids Hacker Camp is Back

Courses, Lectures & Workshops

During this one-day camp, kids will learn how seemingly mundane electronic devices around us work using little electronic brains called microcontrollers.