This year, which is TED’s fifth year, the theme will be “A Wasted World”. It is basically meant to provoke more complex conversations with the brilliant minds. TEDs aim is to reduce waste as a way of increasing prosperity in developing countries.
The Faculty of Commerce, CUEA has been ranked among the top four business schools in Kenya as a ‘2 palmes of excellence - Good business school with strong regional influence’ in 2014 by Eduniversal.
The Faculty, stood out among three other Kenyan academic institutions who were among the best 1,000 business schools in 154 countries. These are, Strathmore Business School, University of Nairobi School of Business and the USIU School of Business. These were ranked position one to three in Kenya respectively as 3 palmes of excellence - Excellent business schools with reinforcing international influence.
Mr Samuel Makori has been appointed as the new Security Officer for the University effective 1st November 2014.
Mr. Makori has been instrumental in major university events such as the Graduation whereby he has always taken charge as the head of security.
He is a law student with a wealth of experience in managing different security apparatus in Kenya.
October 14, 2014
The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the American University from Washington DC.
The MoA, will mainly promote the exchange of students between the two institutions and also promote other forms of academic exchanges between the two institutions.
The Cabinet Secretary for National Treasury, Hon. Henry Rotich congratulated CUEA for being among the leading institutions in the region with a large number of PhD holders in the teaching and research fraternity.
Hon. Rotich was the chief guest at the 30th CUEA graduation where he noted that the university has been adding to the number of PhD graduands in the country in the past years.
The new Chancellor for The Catholic University of Eastern Africa, the Most Rev. Berhaneyesus Demerew Souraphiel presided over his first graduation (and the 30th for the University) on Friday October 3, 2014.
In his speech, the Chancellor urged the students to go out and transform their communities in a tangible manner. In this case, he urged them to carry with them the AMECEA vision which is about ‘the integral transformation of the people of God.’
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