Prof. Nelson Oluoch Jagero ,PhD

Prof. Nelson Oluoch Jagero ,PhD

Associate Proffesor

Faculty of Education and Resources Development

Department of Education

Biography

Teaching

Outputs

Research/PhD

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
October 2014 –Now: Associate Professor, Chuka University and Chairman Department of Education/ Department of Distance Learning.
January 2013-October 2014: Associate Professor and Director, Distance Education and Non-Conventional Programmes, Africa University, Zimbabwe
2010-Dec 2012: -Senior Lecturer, School of Post Graduate Studies and Research, Kampala International University, Dar es Salaam Constituent College.
-Lecturer and Deputy Director School of Postgraduate Studies and Research
2006 – 2010: Lecturer, Maseno University, Department of Education Management, Faculty of Education.
2003-2004: Kisumu Academy, Head of Science Department
2002-2003: Jalaram Academy, Head of Science Department
1998–2002: Alendu Secondary School, Physics and Chemistry Teacher.
1990-1994: Mbeji Academy, Physics and Chemistry Teacher.

EDUCATION
PhD in Planning and Economics of Education, Maseno University, 2009
M.Phil in Planning and Economics of Education, Moi University, 1999
B.Ed (Science), Kenyatta University, 1990

COMMUNIY SERVICE
Member of Hillside Progressive Group (Treasurer). This group is based in Kisumu City and Members are drawn from professionals residing at Riat Hills in Kisumu. The main aim of the group is to help the less fortunate members of the society especially the youths.

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Member of America Association of International Researchers (AAIR).
Member of European Centre for Research Training and Development UK
Member of OPENCON Society Kenyan Branch
Member of Global Education Network (GEN)
Member of Educational Management Society of Kenya (EMSK)

RESEARCH AWARDS
1. Japanese Award for Outstanding Research on Development (ORD). Title: Increasing Access to Institutions of Higher Education through Disruptive Innovations. Geographical Coverage: Zimbabwe, Burundi, Kenya and Nigeria. Principal Researcher: Dr. Stanislas Bigirimana (Africa University Zimbabwe). Other researches: Prof. Nelson Jagero (Chuka University Kenya) and Wehman Dabale ( Africa University, Zimbabwe)

PUBLICATIONS
1. Gitau, S, W; Mburugu, B, Jagero, N, O, Kinyua S, M. (2018). Virginia Safir’s Model Treatment and Enhancement of Rational Thinking among 2007/08 Post-Election Violence Integrated Internally Displaced Persons in Thika Sub-County, Kenya. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 23(2):53-59.
2. Mbaka P, K. Jagero, N. Njagi, M. W Omolo, J. (2017). Influence of ISO 9001:2008 Quantity Management System on the Tangibility of Services offered in Public Universities in Kenya. Educational Research International Vol. (6) No(3) pp82-89.
3. Kirimi, D, O; Wanja, M; Barchok, H; Jagero, N. (2017). Effectiveness of Integrating Science Process-Skills in Teaching Mathematics on Students’ Achievement in Secondary Schools in Tharaka-Nithi County Kenya; International J. Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development 6(4):163-173.
4. Gitau, S, W. Mburugu, B. Jagero, N.O. Kinyua, S.M. (2017) Virginia Satir’s Model Treatment and Reduction of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symtoms among 2007/08 Post Election Violence Integrated Internally Displaced Persons in Thika Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Academic Research in Psychology Vol. (4) No (1) pp31-41
5. Mwirachia, W, N. Jagero, N, Barchok, H. (2017). Impact of Massification on Student and Lecturers’ Academic Participation in Public and Private Universities. Noble International Journal of Social Sciences and Research Vol. (2) No. (11) pp108-113.
6. Njue, J. Nyaga, V. Jagero, N. (2017). Effect of School Physical Environment on Academic Achievement between Pupils in Public and Private Primary Schools in Kiambu County Kenya. British Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol. (8) No. (1) pp63-68.
7. Mwirachia, W. N; Jagero, N; Barchok, H. (2017). Impact of Massification on Resource Adequacy in Public and Private Universities in Kenya. International Journal of Education Vol. (9) No. (3) pp60-66.
8. Mbaka P, K. Jagero, N. Njagi, M. W Omolo, J. (2017). Influence of ISO 9001:2008 Quantity Management System on Rehability of Services offered in Public Universities in Kenya. European Journal of Research and Reflection on Educational Sciences Vol. (5) No. (4) pp 21-31.
9. Micheni, S. M. Jagero, N. (2016). Factors that Contribute to Dropout in Secondary Schools in Meru South Sub, County, Tharaka Nithi, Kenya Journal of Education and Literature Vol(4) Issue(3) pp 85-97.
10. Jagero,N. Sithole, N. Chisedzi, W. Chitima, S. S. (2016). The Role of Zimbabwe Museums in Creating National Identity During Post-Colonial Era: A Case Study of Zimbabwe Military Museum. Multilingual Academic Journal of Education and Social Sciences Vol (4) No (1) pp 57-64.
11. Dr Bigirimana, S. Jagero. N. Zulu, C (2016). An Assessment of the Impact of the Centralised Electronic Student Records Management System of Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. International Economics & Business Vol. (2) No (2) pp 1-20.
12. Sithole, N. Chisita, T. Jagero, N. (2015). Information Literacy Evaluation: A Case Study of Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. British J. Education, Society and Behavioural Science 9(4):341-351.
13. Bigirimana, S., Jagero, N. and Daudi, E. (2015). An Inquiry into the Impact of ICTs on the Enrolment, Registration, Examination, Clearance and Access to Results of Students at Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. Archives of Business Research, Vol(3) No.(2) pp97-113.
14. Dabale, P. W., Jagero, N. and Nyatoti, M. (2015). Client Satisfaction and Health Services Delivery in an African Public Clinics. Case of Mutare, Zimbabwe. Management and Organization Studies 2(2):68-72.
15. Bigirimana, S., Jagero, N. and Chinzuende, J. (2015). Perceptions of Students, Lecturers and Administrators of the Administration of the Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA) Programme at Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. Research in Business and Management, 2.(1):79-89.
16. Ngendakumana, L., Jagero, N. and Gondo, F. (2015). The Impact of Working Capital Management on the Profitability of Smart Bags Limited Manufacturing Firm in Zimbabwe. British Journal of Economics, Management and Trade, Vol. (6) No.(2) pp102-111.
17. Bigirimana, S., Jagero, N. and Murowe, H. (2015). An Evaluation of Africa University Strategic Facilities Management. Australian Journal of Business and Management Research, Vol. (4) No.(9) pp(1-7).
18. Kanga, B.M., and Jagero, N. (2015). Effects and Possible Remedies of Students Truancy in Secondary Schools in Meru South, Sub-county Kenya. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal 2(11):01-10.
19. Bigirimana, S., Jagero, N. and Chituwi, T. (2015). The Responsiveness of Afrasia Kingdom Zimbabwe Limited Stakeholders to the Change from Paper slips to a Paperless and Card less withdrawal System. Asian Research Journal of Business Management Vol. (4) No.(2) pp27-39.
20. Jagero, N. (2015). Input-Output Relationship and the Quality of Education in Day Secondary Schools in Kenya. International Journal of Community and Cooperative Studies Vol. (1) No.(2) pp42-50.
21. Bigirimana, S., Jagero, N. and Chiwocha, N. Y. (2015). Trends in Accounting for Green Gases Emission in Zimbabwe Corporations. US. Open Environment and Green House Gas Journal, 1(1):1-18.
22. Jagero, N., Nhendo, C., Sithole, N., Chisita, T.C., Guvava, N. (2014). An Assessment of the Usability of the Africa University Digital Library, Mutare, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Emerging Trends and Technology in Computer Science, Vol (3) No. (6), pp156-161.
23. Jagero, N., Chiwa, M., Sithole, N., Muonwa, B., Chisedzi, W. (2014). Effectiveness of the use of ICT in Distance Learning Delivery Mode; A Case of Zimbabwe Open University. International Journal Information Technology and Business Management, Vol (3) No.(1) pp54-64.
24. Jagero, N., Dabale, P. W., and Chakauya, T. (2014). Strategic Management and Strategic Planning of Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA). Global Journal of Commerce and Management Perspective, Vol (3) (6): 88-93.
25. Dabale, P. W., Jagero, N. and Nyauchi, M. (2014). The Relationship between Training and Employee Performance: The Case of Mutare City Council, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Human Resource Studies, Vol (4) No. (4) pp 61073.
26. Dabale, P. W., Jagero, N. and Chiringa, C. (2014). Empirical Study on the Fast Track Land Reform Program (FTLRP) and Household Food Security in Zimbabwe. European Journal of Research and Reflection in Management Sciences, Vol (2) No. (2) pp(37-46).
27. Ngendakumana, L., Jagero, N. and Mwakweche, T. (2014). Challenges Facing Heavy Engineering Companies in Zimbabwe: A Case of Gulliuer Consolidated Industries. Academic Research International, Vol (5) No.(6) pp(283-294)
28. Jagero, N., Logan, I.B., Fotsin, R., Magunje, C.G.N., Daudi, L.E. (2014). Momentum to Distance Education initiative at Africa University Zimbabwe. Case Studies in Business and Management. Vol (1) No (1) pp (64-76).
29. Jagero, N., Kwandayi, H.R., Longwe, A. (2014). Challenges of Decentralization in Malawi. International Journal of Management Sciences. Vol 2 No 7 pp 315-322.
30. Jagero, N., Myambo, S. & Mutongoreni, N. A. (2014). The Influence of Intra Party Politics on Service Delivery in Local Authorities in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Operation and Logistics Management. Vol (3) No (1) 101- 113.
31. Kandiero, A., Mpanwa, P.T, Jagero, N. (2014). Impact of Acess to Social Media on Employee Productivity and Organisational Performance at Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe.International Journal of Knowlage and Research Management and E-Commerce. Vol(1) No (1) 1-9.
32. Mutongoreni, N. A., & Jagero, N. (2014). Market Orientation in Public Health Sector of Mutare, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences. 4(2):379-385.
33. Kandiero, A., & Jagero, N. (2014). Leveraging Emerging Technologies to Address Specific Learning Challenges and Derive Authentic Learning in Mathematics for Business at Africa University Zimbabwe. International Journal of Academic Reseach in Progressive Education and Development. 3(1):172- 180.
34. Jagero, N. (2013). Education Production Function and Quality of Education in Day Secondary Schools in Kenya. Australian Journal of Business and Management Research. Vol 2 No 12 (28-33).
35. Dabale, W.P., & Jagero, N. (2013). Causes of Interest Rate Volatility in Nigeria. International Journal of Financial Economics. Vol 1, No 1, (42-47).
36. Kwandayi, H., Jagero, N., Matata, J. (2013). De-Motivators of Employees in Public Sector in Arua District Uganda. Business and Management Horizons. Vol 1 No 2 (84-93).
37. Dabale, W.P, & Jagero, N. (2013). Causes of Intrest Rate Volatility and its Economic Implications in Nigeria. International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences. Vol 3 No 4 (27-32).
38. Kwandayi, H. Jagero, N., Marambe, J. & Chirima, N. (2013). Goverment Contribution and Donor Funding of Goverment Hospitals in Zimbabwe. Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Hummanities. Vol 1 No 7 (342-356).
39. Jagero, N. (2013). How Performance of Students in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education can Predict their Performance in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education. Education Research International. Vol 2 No 3 (76-85).
40. Jagero, N. (2013). Poverty Level and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education Performance in Kenya. British Journal of Hummanities and Social Sciences. Vol 9 (1) (18-26).
41. Masese, B.C., Jagero,N., Ogachi, B.K., Onsiro, M.R. (2013). Pearson Correlation and Swot Analysis of Women Entrepreneours in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Meditterranean J. Social Sciences, 4(2):505-511.
42. Jagero, N. & Muriithi, M.K. (2013). Extent of Social Networking Sites Usage of Students in Private Universities in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. International Journal of Academic Research in Economics and Management Sciences. Vol 2 No 3 (76-85).
43. Jagero, N. (2012). Application of Cost Effectiveness Analysis in Education. In: Fabumni M., Exigent Issues in Education, (pp. 59-68). Ibadan: Lineage Publishing House.
44. Jagero, N. (2012). A comparative Evaluation of Direct Private Costs in Day and Boarding Schools after the introduction of Free Secondary Education in Kenya.Review of Arts and Humanities. 1(1):84-93.
45. Jagero, N., Komba, V.H., Mlingi,N.M. (2012). Relationship between on Job Training and Employées Performance in Courier Companies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. International Journal of Humanités and Social Science. Vol 12 No 22 (114 – 120).
46. Jagero, N. O. & Masasi, N. J. (2012). How Students Aspirations affect Students Performance in Undergraduate Accounting Courses in Open University to Tanzania. SHARE Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Studies, Vol(3) No.2 pp. 4-7.
47. Jagero, N., Mkitaswidu. I.B. Beinomugisha, P. Rwashema, E. (2012). The Perceptions of Postgraduate Students towards the Teaching Strategies employed by CENTED Lecturers in IIUM. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, Vol.(1) No.1 pp.383– 644.
48. Ayodo, T.M.O & Jagero, N.O., (2012). The Economic, Educational and Social Responsibilities of Elders Development Groups in Lake Victoria Region. Academic Research International, 2(3):610-620.
49. Jagero, N. & Asasira, T. (2012). Contribution of Humanitarian agencies among refugees and host communities in Handeni District, Tanzania, J. Public Administration and Governance, 2(1):21-34.
50. Jagero, N. & Mbulwa, F. (2012). Vulnerability of the Female Youth to Drugs and Substance Abuse in Makindu Town, Kenya. Bangladeshe-journal of Sociology, Vol. 9 (1) pp.61-79.
51. Jagero, N., Hamad, W.B. & Masese, C.B.(2012). Employees Options towards the Information Technology offered to their daily Firm’s operation in Dar es Salaam Tanzania. International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, Vol. 2 (1) pp 46-56.
52. Jagero, N., Beinomugisha, P., Rwashema, E. Mkitaswidu. I. B.(2012). How Culture Affect Women in Management Positions in Higher Educational Institutions in Uganda. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.3 (1) pp.1-16.
53. Jagero, N. & Mbulwa, F. (2012). Risks of Female Youth in Drug and Substance Abuse in Makindu Town Kenya. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.3(1) pp.529-550.
54. Yusuf, N. & Jagero, N.(2011). How School Improvement Program (SIP) has affected repetition and dropout rates in Kibaha District, Tanzania. KIU Journal of Education, Vol. 1 No.1pp1-10.
55. Nzanganzelu, A.J. & Jagero, N. (2011). The Relationship between the Internal Control System (ICS) and the Non-current Assets Safeguard and Management as Part of Financial Management in Public Institutions in Tanzania. International Journal of Applied Finance, Vol.2 (9) pp.107-1085.
56. Jagero, N. O., Agak, J. & Ayodo, T.M.O. (2011). Cost-effectiveness Analysis between Boarding and Day Secondary Students in Kenya. African Education Review. Vol.3 pp.529-550.
57. Jagero, N. & Onego, R., (2011). Gender Roles on Rural Land Access and Control in Kenya. International Journal of Development Studies. Vol. 3 (2) pp.1-10.
58. Jagero N. O., (2011). An Evaluation of School Environment Factors Affecting Performance of Boarding Secondary Students in Kenya. African Journal of Educational Technology, Vol.1 No.1 pp.127-138.
59. Jagero, N. O.,(2011). An Analysis of Social Costs of Secondary Education in Kenya after the Introduction of Subsidized Secondary Education in 2008, International Journal of Economics and Development; Vol.2, No.3 pp.213-224.
60. Jagero, N. O., Beinomugisha, P & Rwashema, E. (2011). How Government Policies Affect Women in Management Positions in University: A Case Study of private University in Uganda. Prime Research on Education, Vol.1(4)pp.72-80.
61. Jagero, N. & Abeka, S.O.(2011). Corporate Customers of Internet Banking in East Africa. International Journal of Computer Science, Vol. 8(5) pp.394-402.
62. Jagero, N. & Mbulwa, F. (2011). Government and Social Efforts to Address Vulnerability Leading to Risks and Related to Drug and Substance Abuse among Female Youth in Makinda, Kenya. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.1 No.7pp.188-195.
63. Bitaho, B.M., Jagero, N. & Abeka, S.O. (2011). Domestic Violence in Relation to Children Rights in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. British Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.1(2)pp.146-155.
64. Jagero, N. & Odongo, K.E. (2011). Patterns and Motivations of Code Switching among Male and Female in Different Ranks and Age Groups in Nairobi Kenya. International Journal of Linguistics, 3:1-13.
65. Jagero, N. & Kushoka, I. (2011). Opportunity and Survival Strategies Employed by Women Micro Entrepreneurs in Dar es Salaam Tanzania, SHARE Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Studies, Vol.2 (4) pp.21-27.
66. Jagero, N. & Onego, R. (2011). Factors Influencing Women Access and Control of Land in Kenya. African Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.1 No.2 pp.20-35.
67. Nzanganzelu, A.L. & Jagero, N. (2011). The Levels of Factors that Contribute towards Effeciency, Effectiveness and Strength of the International Control Systems (ICSs) with Regard to Non-current Assets’ Safeguard and Management in Public Institutions in Tanzania. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, Vol.1No.3 pp.109-117.
68. Jagero N.O. & Kushoka, I. (2011). Challenges Facing Women Micro Entrepreneurs in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. International Journal of Human Resource Studies, Vol.1 No.2 pp.1-3.
69. Jagero, N.O. & Masasi, N. J. (2011). How Prior Academic exposure Affects Students Performance in Undergraduate Accounting Course in Tanzania. International Journal of Business and Management Tomorrow, Vol.1 No.1 pp.67-87.
70. Jagero, N. O. Agak, J. & Ayodo, T.M.O. (2010). An Evaluation of Home Environmental Factors Affecting Performance of Boarding Secondary School Students in Kenya. Analytical Report in International Education, Vol.3 No.1 pp. 47-62.
71. Jagero, N. O. & Ayodo, T.M.O (2010). Free Secondary Education in Kenya: Comparative Costs of Education in Day and Boarding. Kenyan Journal of Education Planning Economics and Management, Vol.1 pp. 13-22.
72. Jagero, N.O. (2009). Factors Analysis: An Evaluation of Home environment factors Affecting Day Secondary Students Performance in Kenya. Journal of Education Planning, Economics of Management, Vol.2 pp.20-39.

EXTERNAL EXAMINATION
1. External examiner for MEd thesis at department of Education Communication, Administration and Planning of the School of Education and Social Sciences Embu University.
2. External examiner for Master’s thesis at the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Educational Management Laikipia University.

POST GRADUATE TOPICS SUPERVISED
PhD Students
1. Title: Effects of Vee Heuristic Teaching Approach on Students Achievements Attitudes and Creativity towards Biochemistry in Biology in Tharaka Nithi County, Kenya
2. Title: Transition to Secondary School for Learners with Disabilities; The Implication of Special Needs Education Policy Practice in Primary Schools in Meru County, Kenya
3. Title: effect of School Environment on Academic Achievement and Psychosocial Development of pupils; A Comparative Study of public and private primary schools in Kiambu County
4. Title: Influence of ISO 9001-2008 Quality Management Systems on the Quality of Services Offered in Public Universities
5. Title: Integrating Science Process- Skills in Teaching Mathematics on Students Problem Solving Abilities, Creativity, Attitudes and Achievement in Secondary Schools in Tharaka Nithi County, Kenya
6. Title: Effectiveness of Virginia Satir’s’ Model in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Recovery of 2007/2008 Post Election Violence Integrated Internally Displaced Persons in Thika Sub-County, Kenya
Masters Students
1. Title: Home Based Factors Contributing to Absenteeism in Day Secondary Schools in Ingembe North Sub-county, Meru County
2. Title: Influence of Academic Counseling Needs on Performance in Mathematics among Secondary Schools Girls in Embu west sub-county, Kenya
3. Title: Factors that Influence Academic Achievement of Pupils in KCPE. A Comparative Study of Boarding and Day Public Primary Schools in Imenti South Sub-county, Meru County, Kenya
4. Title: Relationship between Headteachers’ Related Factors and Pupils’ Academic Performance in Public Primary Schools in Laare Division, Igembe North Sub-County, Kenya
5. Title: Factors Influencing Academic Performance of Ophaned Children in Laare Division, Igembe North Sub-County, Kenya
6. Title: Relationship between Parental Involvement and Academic Performance of Students in Public Day Secondary Schools in Igembe South Sub-County, Kenya
7. Title: Effect of Socio-Economic Factors on Gender Disparity in Access to Education in Public Upper Primary Schools in Tharaka-North Sub-County, Tharaka-Nithi County, Kenya
8. Title: Relationship between School Feeding Program and Participation Rates of Pastoralist Pupils in Public Primary Schools in Moyale Sub-County, Marsabit County, Kenya
9. Title: Factors that Influence Enrolment in Non Formal Education among Rendile Pastrolist Community in Marsabit South Sub County, Kenya
10. Title: Factors Affecting Enrolment of Pre-School Pupils in Garbatulla Sub-County Isiolo County, Kenya
11. Title: Factors Affecting Completion Rates of Boys in Public Day Secondary Schools in Mbeere South Sub-County, Embu County
12. Title: Influence of School Feeding Program on Participation of Students in Public Day Secondary Schools in Embu West Sub-County, Kenya
13. Title: Relationship Between Selected Social, Cultural and Economic Factors and Retention of Boys in Kiagu Division, Meru County, Kenya.

SUPERVISION at Africa University Mutare, Zimbabwe
1. Patrick Dziwanyika: M.A (Public Sector Management) June 2014
2. Gilbert Gapare: M.A (Public Sector Management) June 2014
3. Tendai Chimoeza: M.A (Public Sector Management) June 2014
4. Cosmas Chirinye: M.A (Public Sector Management) June 2015
5. Lauraine Mariane: M.A (Public Sector Management) June 2015
6. Mentline Nyeuchi: M.A (Public Sector Management) June 2015

SUPERVISION at Kampala International University, Dar Es Salaam
Name of Student (Masters) Degree Graduation
1. Timonthy Asasira, M.A. (Conflict Resolution& Peace Building), Nov. 2011
2. Baptister Marco Bitaho, M.A. (Conflict Resolution& Peace Building), Nov. 2011
3. Hezekiel Chawa, M.A. (Conflict Resolution & Peace Building), Nov. 2011
4. Noah Masasi, MBA (Human Resource), Nov. 2011
5. Nuru Yusuf, M.A. (Public Administration), Nov. 2011
6. Samson M. Russumo, M.A. (Conflict Resolution & Peace Building), Nov. 2011
7. Kombe Vincent, M.A. (Finance & Accounting), Nov. 2011
8. Ashery Mjanja, MBA (Human Resource), Nov. 2011
Name of Student (Masters) Degree Graduation
1. Haji Hamza Khamis, M.A. (Public Administration), Nov. 2012
2. Atamba Aggrey, M.A. (Conflict Resolution & Peace Building), Nov. 2012
3. Mohamed Issa Haji, M.A. (Development Studies). Nov. 2012
4. Michael K. Muriithi, M.A. (Information System), Nov. 2012
5. Salum Amour Salum, MBA (Project Planning and Management), Nov. 2012
6. Ramadhan A. Dallo, MBA (Procurement and Supply Management), Nov. 2012
7. Vivian Mnzava, MBA (Information Technology), Nov. 2012
8. Lauriano Mahali, M.A. (Conflict Resolution and Peace Building), Nov. 2012
9. Christopher Christian M.A. (Public Administration), Nov. 2012
Name of Student Degree Graduation
1. Enos Rwashema, PhD (Education Management), Nov. 2012
2. Peninah Beinomugisha, PhD (Education Management), Nov. 2012
3. Irene Wanjiru Mureithi, PhD (Management Systems), Nov. 2012
4. Rose Onego, PhD (Public Administration), Nov. 2012

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