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UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

INSTITUTE OF DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

TEACHING TIMETABLE FOR B.A AND ORDINARY DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

23RDMAY, 2016 TO 29THAUGUST, 2016

 

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There will be a Plagiarism detection software training on Thursday 9th
June, 2016 at the Confucius Institute - Computer Lab.

 
The following who are members of the Postgraduate Committee will represent
the Institute:

 
9.00 a.m. (1)  Dr. Rosemary Anyona
          (2)  Dr. Patrick Maluki

 
2.00 p.m. (1)  Dr. Anita Kiamba
	

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All Academic Staff,

 
The deadline for submission of marked Exams was today 6th June, 2016.  If
you have not done so, please make sure you submit by Wednesday 8th June,
2016 for processing,so that they can be submitted  to the External
Examiner on Thursday 9th June, 2016,

 

Regards



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All Academic Members of Staff,

 

This is to remind you that classes for the May - August 2016 started on

Monday 30th May, 2016.  You are all expected to comply to meet the ISO

standards.

 

With regards,

 

 

Director, IDIS



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The Secretariat of the Tana Forum is pleased to announce that Sekou Toure Otondi, a PhD candidate at the University of Nairobi, is the winner of the 2016 Tana Forum Annual Essay Competition on the theme of “Africa in the Global Security Agenda”.

 



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The Director's Message

PROF. AMB. MARIA NZOMO
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P. O. Box 30197 - 00100Nairobi, KENYA.
Tel: 318262 Ext. 28087/28380
Fax: 245566/251933
Email: director-idis@uonbi.ac.ke

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