Doreen Gatwiri, Miss CUEA 2013/2014, held a fundraising initiative to raise funds and donations in kind for needy students on 12th March 2014, at the University cafeteria. Ms. Doreen called upon CUEA staff and students to support needy students in the University by giving various donations in kind through the Dean of Students office.
The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) marked its 30th Community Service Week from 3rd to 8th March 2014. The theme was “Education for Transformative Leadership in Africa.” The climax of the celebration was a fun filled day with activities ranging from aerobics, a community walk, youth mentorship talk and children’s fun fair. The day was also an opportunity for the entire CUEA fraternity to come together with their families and share their talents.
The 2013/2014 Students General Assembly took place on 26th February 2014. This assembly was a culmination of various faculty student assemblies held in the 2013/2014 academic year. The highlight of the assembly was an interactive open forum where students were invited to freely share various challenges that they encounter on campus and present them to the University’s management team.
The Chaplaincy office in collaboration with the Dean of Students office, hosted the Righteous Care of The Human Body Through Dress Code seminar on 27th, February 2014, at Missio Hall. It involved presentations of best essays written by students from different faculties in the University. The essays were written under the following sub-themes: traditional perspective of dress code, religious perspective of dress code, human perspective of dress code and economy of dress code.
The University’s Faculty of Theology held its 16th Interdisciplinary Theological Session from 26th to 28th February 2014, under the theme “Quest for an African Political Theology.” Rt. Rev. Maurice Muhatia Makumba, Bishop Nakuru Diocese in Kenya, was the guest of honour.
In his welcome remarks, the Vice Chancellor Monsignor Dr. Pius Rutechura