News from the Maryknoll Institute in Nairobi

News from the Maryknoll Institute in Nairobi

By James Chege, librarian at Maryknoll Institute for African Studies in Nairobi, Kenya Second Pastoral Reflection: Old vs. New Students and field assistants of the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies in Nairobi (an affiliate of Saint Mary’s University)...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

  We Stand United By James Chege, librarian Maryknoll Institute for African Studies Terrorism reared its ugly head again in Kenya when one of Nairobi’s up-market shopping malls, Westgate, was attacked by what is thought to be militants from the notorious...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

Discovering anew through field research By James Chege, librarian Maryknoll Institute for African Studies The first week of the semester saw students in various courses offered by MIASMU undertake their first field research. The field research was conducted under the...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege, librarian. The first semester of the new academic year 2013-14 began on Sept. 13 at Saint Mary’s campus in Nairobi, Kenya. Director of the Maryknoll Institute for African Studies (MIASMU) Father Michael Kirwen gave a welcoming address to the new...
MBA students traveled to Kenya

MBA students traveled to Kenya

The stated goal of the MBA Capstone Field Study is to “afford students the ‘live case’ experience of developing a market for a product or service. Working with a sponsoring company or organization, students will assess the market, the environment, and competitors.”...
Matt Nowakowski leads graduate programs with vision and humor

Matt Nowakowski leads graduate programs with vision and humor

If MBA program director and career businessman Matt Nowakowski D’10 were to completely redesign his career, he’s fancied becoming an epidemiologist. The vocation differences, he explained, really aren’t really as radical as they seem. “There’s the spread and...
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