48 Starehe Girls' Centre Physics students in form 3 and form 4 visited the Hydraulics Lab during their visit at the Department of Civil and construction Engineering, University of Nairobi with an aim of understanding more about engineering to help them make appropriate career choices. These students were accompanied by their 2 teachers
Paul did a pHD presentation held at civil block project room. The title of the presentation was an assessment of vibration of structures induced by metre gauge freight rail transport in Nairobi metropolis. Present during the seminar were Chairman Civil Engineering,his supervisors and other staff members
End of first semester exams are scheduled to start on the 9th of December, 2019 and ends on the 20th December, 2019 for first,second,third and fourth years. For fifth years,it's second semester examinations which begin on the same day.
In Civil Engineering and Construction Industry, crushed stones are known as aggregates and are the basic materials in modern construction work. The current methods for crushing stones to produce aggregates are characterized by the use of large, expensive and centralised crushing plants, which are beyond the reach of small scale entrepreneurs. In addition, such centralized plants are often located too far away from the point of use of aggregates leading to prohibitively high cost of the same.
Our Master of Science student Ms. Mariana Wanza has been seconded to ICIPE where she will study the "Environmental Effects of the Inclusion of Insects Larvae in Chicken Feed."
This project is a collaboration between department of Environmental and Biosystems Engineering with our sister department at JKUAT and ICIPE, represented by Dr. D. O. Mbuge, Dr. Mutwiwa and Dr. Tanga respectively
Background and Justification of the project Provide sufficient background information related to this innovation/invention indicating the most recent information from relevant literature and justifying the need to undertake the project Concrete mixing can be done, either manually, with the use of such simple tools as ashovel and board or wheel-barrow, or by use of a power-driven concrete mixer.
Students at the School were presented with an opportunity of becoming the Bic Art Master Africa during
the launch of the 2019 challenge. A team from Bic shared the details of the contest while gifting the students
with Bic products during their class interaction. The graphics students were particularly encouraged to take up
the challenge as this will give them a chance for global exposure with Bic Art Collection.
The contest encourages all ball pen artists across Africa to showcase their creativity while