The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) Annual awards 2013/2014 took place on 13th February 2014, at the University cafeteria grounds. The awards seek to recognize commitment, success and active participation from outstanding students and student leaders, clubs and faculties in the University. Nescafe, Accounting Students Association (ASA) and Rafiki Microfinance sponsored the event.
The Vice Chancellor Msgr. Dr. Pius Rutechura held a luncheon to congratulate Mr. CUEA 2013/2014, Brian Obiero, third year Bachelor of Commerce student and Miss. CUEA 2013/2014, Doreen Gatwiri Riungu, fourth year Bachelor of Law student, on 7th February 2014, at Stedmark Garden, Karen. The Vice Chancellor thanked them for showcasing their talents in the annual beauty pageant.
Students from Consolata Girls High School, Kevote, visited The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) on 7th February 2014, for an educational tour on the University. The best performing students in the school accompanied by their teachers, toured various facilities at the University including the Pope Paul VI Learning Resource Centre and the Moot Court classes. The students also received a brief talk on the various programs on offer at CUEA.
The Faculty of Education held a one day workshop on Publishing Your Research on 7th February 2014, at The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA). Professor Sagini Keengwe, Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning at University of North Dakota and Prof Gary Schnellert, a Full Professor of Educational Leadership in charge of Doctoral Cohorts at the University of North Dakota, USA, were the key facilitators at the workshop.
The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) was awarded a certificate of recognition by Kenya Education Network (Kenet) on 11th December 2013, for being the first runners up institution, in terms of the percentage number of students who own laptops as at October 2013.