News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege, Librarian, Maryknoll Institute of African Studies MIASMU draft research papers handed in  Students are required to hand in a draft of their course papers to their respective lecturers for review in the seventh week of the semester program. These drafts...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Librarian,  Maryknoll Institute of African Studies Public Lecture and PR Session  On Feb. 12, the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies sponsored  a public lecture on the contemporary political and economic realities in Kenya. This lecture is arranged...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Librarian, Maryknoll Institute of African Studies First 2014 M.A. thesis defense at MIASMU Father Henry Tucholski, SDB, became the first student in 2014 to defend his M.A. Thesis at the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies. His thesis, titled “A...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Librarian, Maryknoll Institute of African Studies MIASMU hosts visitors with one-day course The Maryknoll Institute of African Studies hosted a group from the Maryknoll Mission Education and Promotion, Western region of the U.S. for a one-day course....
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Librarian, Maryknoll Institute of African Studies MIAS three-week immersion course final day activities Jan. 29 marked the end of a three-week immersion course at the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies. The program featured the course “African...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege, Librarian at the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies Second Semester Begins at MIAS January 17 was the official opening day of the second semester 2013-2014 academic year at the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies. As is required, the new and...
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