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About The School of Graduate Studies

Introduction

The Catholic University of Eastern Africa’s School of Graduate Studies was established in October 2013. It serves the Ecclesiastical Faculty of Theology, the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Commerce, Science, Education and Law, the Institutes of Canon Law and Regional Integration and Development, the Centre for social Justice and Ethics, and the School of Professional Development. The School of Graduate Studies was launched on Wednesday 21st May 2014 by His Grace, Archbishop Tarcisio Ziyaye, then, Chancellor of Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA).

SGS serves the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences; Canon Law; Commerce; Education; Law; Professional Development; Science; Social Justice & Ethics and Theology. It is a unique school where faith, value, research, excellence, integrity, uniqueness and professionalism integrate to produce world class transformative leaders and innovative entrepreneurs in Church and Society.

The School of Graduate Studies was established to coordinate and facilitate excellent academic, administrative and financial activities of postgraduate students. The School prioritizes excellence and integrity in postgraduate research and training, organization of conferences, symposia, workshops, seminars, roundtable discussion, public lectures, timely dissemination of research findings and publishing. Focusing on high quality and cutting-edge research, the School provides practical and evidence-based ethical solutions to the myriad of challenges facing people in the AMECEA region, Africa and beyond. It is envisioned that through the SGS, the Catholic University will use its research output to influence transformative policy-making within the Church, Governments and non-state agencies. With this functionality, CUEA’s SGS strives to be the locus for leading the Catholic University into a truly world class ‘Research University’ with unique Ecclesiastical and Civil orientations.

Rev. Dr. Paul Mathenge Ag. Director, School of Graduate Studies deangraduateschool@cuea.edu

Uniqueness of the program

1. The academic programs are made in such a way that they are tailored to capture the Human and Christian values. There are Common Courses which instill excellence, quality, integrity and holistic formation in the students. Course like: Bible, Christian Ethics, Social Teaching of the Church and also Computer studies, etc. are taught as Common Course to all Postgraduate students in all Faculties. A unique Course of Patristic Education is taught to the Doctoral students of the Faculty of Education.

2. SGS follows the Tripartite Quality-Assurance Mechanism: The quality assurance of the programs and courses in SGS is determined by [a] Intellectual Tradition of the Catholic Church articulated in the two Documents: Ex Corde Ecclesiae and Sapientia Christiana [b] The University ACT and Policies of Kenya’s Commission of University Education [c] The Procedures of KEBS: ISO 2001: 2008.

 

3. The Programs are implementation with Patristic Model of Evaluation: Quality and Transformative education is realized when there is Excellence, Justice, Integrity and Professionalism at the Entry point, Exam point and Exist point of the SGS. Education is not Exam-oriented nor Research for personal gratification. Programs with Patristic niche focus on three Cs: Conscience, Character and Community [St Thomas Aquinas 1225-1274]

(a)Ecclesiastical and Civil in its Identity, Nature and Mission

(b) Quality Assurance by Tripartite Assessment and Evaluatory

Mechanisms of:

· Congregation for Catholic Education (CCE) Church Documents: Sapientia Christiana and Ex Corde Ecclesiae.

  • KEBS: ISO 2001:2008.

· Commission for University Education (CUE)

1. The SGS Governing Board was constituted and had orientation on 07th March 2014 in CUEA’s Paul VI Learning Resource Centre [LRC]. The Board has the following members:

1.Sr. Dr. Jacinta Adhiambo, Dean, Faculty of Education

2. Prof. Samuel Nyanchoga  Dean, FASSc

3.  Director of Research

4. Dr. Reginald F. Temu HOD, Spiritual Theology

5. Head of Department of Marketing & Management

6. Dr. Shem Mw’alwa, Ag. Director, Quality Assurance

2. The SGS Research and Publishing Steering Committee was constituted and had orientation in March 2014. 

3. The SGS Streamlining and Harmonizing Policy Committee was established in April 2014. The Committee is comprised of the SGS Governing Board members, including Dr. Shem Mal’wa and Mr.K’Ahenda. It had its Retreat on 1st to 2nd July 2014 a tDimesse Spirituality Centre in Karen.

4. The SGS Offices and Secretariat are hosted in CUEA’s Bishop Macaulay Memorial Library on the first floor. They were officially opened on 23rd . February 2014.

5. There has been a steady and smooth transition from CUEA’s School of Postgraduate Studies to CUEA’s School of Graduate Studies. All academic sections were informed about the nature of the school.

6. SGS participated in an Annual International Writers. Conference co-organized by CUEA and Moi University in Gaba-Eldoret under he theme: “Church, State and Development in the last 50 Years of Africa’s Independence [12th to 14th February, 2014]

7. SGS’ CUPSA [Catholic University Postgraduate Students Association] in conjunction with CUEA Research Department organized a‘Research-Community Service Workshop’ under the Theme: “Stepping Stones to Credible Research: Postgraduate Seminar on the Art of Academic Writing” on 05th March 2014 in the Jubilee-Hall Auditorium.

8. SGS animated its first University Holy Mass presided over by CUEA’s Vice Chancellor: Very Rev. Msrg. Dr. Pius Rutechura and concelebrated by the Director of SGS. Rev. Prof. Clement Majawa and the Chairperson of SGS Post Graduate Students [CUPSA] Rev. Fr. Semankule …….. on 27th March 2014. The Theme of the celebration was “The Lord is Our Shield, Fear Nothing”.

9. SGS in collaboration with the Department of Research and the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics organized a First Round-Table Discussion under the Theme: “The Sanctity and Permanence of Marriage and Family amidst Global Unethical Threats in the 21st Century in Africa and Beyond”. The Guest Speakers were Rt. Rev. Bishop John Oballa [Ngong Catholic Diocese] and Rev. John Gichuru [KAJIADO Anglican Diocese] It was held on 23 rd. May 2014.

9. SGS was instrumental in the Drafting of CUEA’s Graduate Assistantship Policy. The policy was approved in Resolution no. 5 of the 59 th Ordinary University Council held on 2nd October 2014.

10. SGS in collaboration with CUEA Chaplaincy organized a successful Tripartite Pilgrimage [with reflections on Pilgrim-Institutional Church; Purgatorial-Suffering Church and Triumphant-Heavenly Church] on 01st November 2014, under the theme: “ Journeying with the Christ who is the Way, the Truth and the Life “[Jn.14:6] The Pilgrimage began at CUEA Langata Campus, proceeded to the Holy Family Basilica, then to St. Austin’s cemetery and concluded at the Resurrection Garden.

Below are the Research and Publications from The School of Graduate Studies.

 

SINGLE AUTHORSHIP PUBLICATIONS [BOOKS]

  • Majawa C., Patristic Education, (Nairobi: AIC Kijabe Printing Press, 2014), ISBN 9966-015-17-4
  • Majawa C., The Teaching and Devotion of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, (Nairobi: AIC Kijabe Printing Press 2011),ISBN 9966-015-14-0
  • Majawa C., African Christian Reconciliation: In the Light of Yao Traditions (Nairobi: Creations Publishers, 2009), ISBN 9966-909-64-8
  • Majawa C., The Holy Spirit and Charismatic Renewal in Africa and Beyond, (Nairobi: AIC Kijabe Printing Press, 2007), ISBN 9966-909-47-8
  • Majawa C., Integrated Approach to African Christian Theology of Inculturation (Nairobi: Creations Publishers, 2005) ISBN -9966-909-38-9
  • Majawa C., Challenges and Opportunities for Holistic Holiness of Diocesan Priesthood in Contemporary Times, (NairobiScroll Technologies, 2004).
  • Majawa C., Charismatic Spirituality: The Catholic Church’s teaching and Experience of Charismatic Renewal, Limbe: Montfort Press, 2001.
  • Majawa C., Foundation and Evolution of Christian Higher Education (Rome: San Francesco, 1995)
  • Majawa C., Inculturation of the Doctrine of Fidelity in Sacramental Marriage (Rome: Domenici, 1994), ISBN 9966-19-216-1

MULTIPLE AUTHORSHIP OF CHAPTER/S

  • Clement Majawa, John Kyule, John Lukwata, eds. A Guide to Research Work and University Studies for the Faculty of Theology, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2013. (pp. Xi-xiv; 3-30).
  • John Lukwata, ed., Proceedings of the 14th Interdisciplinary Session of the Faculty of Theology on the Golden Jubilee of the Convocation of Vatican II (1962-2013) (Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2012, pp.134-153).
  • Frederic Mvumbi, ed., Catholic Higher Education in Africa for the 21st Century, ” Evolution of Catholic Education in the Light of Patristic Education” (Nairobi: CUEA 2011, pp127-156).
  • Paulin Poucouta, ed., L’Eglise en Afrique au service de la reconciliation, de la justice et de la paix (The Church in Africa: In the service of Reconciliation, Justice and Peace): The Experience of CUEA and AMECEA Church, (Younde: Presses de l’UCAC. pp177-200), 2009.
  • Sewe K’Ahenda, ed., A Theological Response to the Tragedy of Refugees (Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2007, pp 30-87)
  • E.Katongole, ed., African Theology Today (Scraton: Scraton Press, 2002, pp 99-120)

BOOK REVIEW

  • Majawa, (2011) ” Church as a Communion: An African Christian Perspective”. Theology of the Local Church in The Light of the Second Vatican Council by Prof. Ferdinand Nwaigbo, Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag, 1966 pp 435.
  • Majawa (2011) Mary Mother of the African Church: A Theological Inculturation of Mariology by Ferdinand Nwaigbo. Frankfurt: Prof. Peter Lang Verlag, 2001 pp 215.
  • Majawa (2011) Faith in an Age of Reason and Science by Prof. Ferdinand Nwaigbo, Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag, 2003, pp 281.
  • C. Majawa, (2008), “A Theology of the Church of the Third Millennium” by Phillip Cunningham (2007) in African Christian Studies.
  • C. Majawa, (2008) “Theology of Triune God and Love in Modern Communities” by Lawrence Hughes (2008) in African Christian Studies.
  • C. Majawa, (2008) “Relevance of Theology of The Book of Wisdom Today: Its Inculturation in the Local Context for Ideal Humanization” by Willard Hoffmann in African Christian Studies.
  • C. Majawa, (2006), “Theology of Reviving Church Structures Today: A Protestant Approach“: Charles Eckardt, in African Christian Studies, Vol 22, no 1, March 2006.
  • C. Majawa, (2003), “A Theology of the Built Environment: Justice, Empowerment and Redemption” by T. J. Gorrenge 2002, In African Christian Studies, Vol. 1 March 2006.

EDITING/ ASSESSMENT/ REVIEWING OF ACADEMIC BOOKS

  • Prof. Stan Chu IloThe Church and Development in Africa: Aid and Development from the Perspective of Catholic Social Ethics, Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa 2013.
  • Dr.Gerffrey Muhuri, The Gikuyu Value of Solidarity as a Way of Enhancing the Christian Spirituality of Fraternal Concern, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2013.
  • Dr. Frederick Omolo, Sacrament of Reconciliation and Inculturated Praxis: Dogmatic Theological Survey from the Perspective of the Luo Bonding Processes. Nairobi CUEA Press 2010.
  • Dr. Anthony Parankimalil, You are Not Rejected, Nairobi: Vincentian House, Lavington, 2010.
  • Dr.Jereme Sengabo, The Partnership with Death Through Human Despair, Greed and Jealousy, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2010.
  • Dr. Richard Rwiza, Ethics of Human Rights: The African Contributions Nairobi, CUEA Press 2010.
  • Dr. Callisto Locheng, Foundations in Missiology. Nairobi CUEA Press 2010.
  • Dr. Callisto Locheng, Introduction of Fundamental Theology. Nairobi CUEA Press 2010.
  • Dr. Severine Mafikiri, Christ as the Mangi: Ideal King Christian Transformation for Deeper Evangelization: A Christology from Chagga Perspective . Nairobi: CUEA Press 2010.
  • Dr. Noelina Nakato, The Challenges Posed by Canon 1286 on Church Employers: A perspective on some of Religious Institutes in Uganda in Recognition to Domestic Workers. Nairobi, CUEA Press, 2010.
  • Prof. Charles Nyamiti, African Christian Studies, vol. 4 Christ’s Ancestral Mediation through the Church Understood as God’s Family: An Essay on African Ecclesiology, Nairobi: CUEA Publications, 2010.
  • Prof. Charles Nyamiti, African Christian Studies, vol.3 Some Contemporary Models of African Ecclesiology: A Critical Assessment in the Light of Biblical and Church Teaching, Nairobi: CUEA: Publications, 2007.
  • Prof. Charles Nyamiti, African Christian Studies, vol. 2 Jesus Christ, the Ancestor of Humankind: An Essay on African Christology,Nairoi: CUEA Pulications, 2006.
  • Prof. Charles Nyamiti, African Christian Studies vol.1 Jesus Christ, the Ancestor of Humankind: Methodological and Trinitarian Foundations, Nairobi: CUEA Publications, 2005.

SELECTED PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND CONFERENCE PAPERS (2002-2014)

  • Majawa, “Reality of Witchcraft, Devil Worship and Illuminate Societies and its Effects in Religious Formation” at the Annual Religious Formators’ Workshop [in Eastern Africa, at Dimesse Spirituality Institute, Karen, Nairobi [27th-31st October 2014].
  • Majawa, “The Challenges Facing Family and Marriage: A Canonical Perspective” A Keynote Address at the Canon Law Conference in the Year of Marriage, CUEA, Nairobi [22nd October 2014]
  • Majawa, Keynote Address: “African Quest for Original Index of Holistic Development: Church and State, 50 Years after Independence” delivered at a 3-day AMECEA Gaba International Writers’ Conference [organised by CUEA Press and Moi University] on 12th February 2014 in African Ecclesial Review, vol.56, nos 2&3, June/September 2014, 108-121.
  • C. Majawa, “The Challenges of Interreligious Dialogue and Multicultural Engagement for Deeper Evangelization in a Metropolitan Parish“, A Pastoral Catechetical Talk in the Year of Faith2012-13, in Ontario east Deanery, Archdiocese of Toronto, Canada [24th May, 2013]
  • C. Majawa, ” Challenges and Opportunities of Internationalizing Christian Education in African Universities: The Case of Catholic University of Eastern Africa ” at IAPCHE International Conference Calvin Seminars in Christian Higher Education, Prince Conference Centre, Michigan, USA, [23rd – 25 th May 2013].
  • C. Majawa and Stan Chu Ilo, “Internationalizing Christian Education in Africa: Partnership Between Christian Academies and the West” at IAPHE International Conference Calvin Seminars, Prince Conference Centre, Michigan, USA [23rd – 25th May 2013].
  • C. Majawa, ” The On-going Relevance and Implementation of the Vision and Mission of Vatican Council II’s GaudiumetSpes [1962-2012]: A Challenge to the African Church and Society “, in Journal of Interdisciplinary Theological Session, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2013, pp. 134-153.
  • C. Majawa, Opening Remarks: ” Theological Challenges of HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Eastern Africa: Developing an Integrated Approach in Fighting againt HIV/AIDS for Deeper Evangelization” in the Journal of the Proceedings of 9th Interdisciplinary Theological Session, [eds. C.Majawa and J. Lukwata] Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2013, pp. v-vi.
  • C. Majawa, “The Church as a Heralding Instrument of HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Africa” in the Journal of the Proceedings of 9th Interdisciplinary Theological Session, [eds. C. Majawa and J. Lukwata] Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2013, pp. 125-135.
  • C. Majawa, “Doing Theology with St. Paul: A Discourse in celebrating the Year of St. Paul the Apostle” in The Journal of Proceedings of 11 th Interdisciplinary Session of the Faculty of Theology, 04th – 06th March 2009, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2009, pp. ix – xi.
  • C. Majawa, “Thematic Approaches of Transforming Life through the Theological Values of St. Paul: An Apostle, Theologian, Missionary and Martyr ” in The Journal of Proceedings of 11th Interdisciplinary Session of the Faculty of Theology, 04th – 06th March 2009, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2009, pp. 279-282.
  • Interdisciplinary Theological Session [ed. SeweK’Ahenda], Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2008] pp. 379-386.
  • C. Majawa, “Development of African Theology of Reconciliation Explored from the Yao Worldview” in African Christian Studies [ACS], Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2004, vol.20, pp. 55-79.
  • C. Majawa, “Re-examination of the Christian Meaning of Reconciliation” in African Christian Studies [ACS], Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2004, vol. 20. No. 4, pp. 28-54.
  • C. Majawa, “The Church Leadership and Political Co-responsibility in the Church” in CARE Journal, Limbe: Montfort Press, vol.9, no 2, pp. 3-8.
  • C. Majawa, “The Case of Theology as an Academic Discipline in a University” in African Christian Studies, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2003, vol.19, no. 4, pp. 22-53.
  • C. Majawa, “Redefining of African Women’s Role in the Church of the Third Millennium” in African Christian Studies, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2003, vol. 19, no.1, pp 33-61.
  • C.Majawa, “Christian Democracy and Neo-political Phenomenon“, in Eastern Africa Journal of Humanities and Sciences, Nairobi: CUEA Press, vol.2, no.2, July-December, 2002, pp.34-53.
  • C.Majawa , “The Catechesis and Spirituality of the Compendium of the Church’s Social Teaching amidst the Challenges of Faith in Parish“, A Pastoral Catechetical Talk in the YEAR OF Faith 2012-13, in Ontario East Deanery, Archdiocese of Toronto, Canada (19yh April, 2013).
  • C.Majawa, Kathleen Roberts Kerrett and Ephraim Radner, “The Evolution of Sin: Past, Present and Future” in a Conference at University of Toronto, Canada, (12th March 2013).
  • C. Majawa, “The Challenges of Social Evil and Christian Opportunities for Transformation in Diverse GoblaContests”A Pastoral Catechetical in the Year of Faith: 2012-13, in Ontario East Deanery, Archdiocese of Toronto, Canada (5th March 2013).
  • C. Majawa, “The Catholic Christianity in Particular and Global Contexts; A Parish Experience” A Pastoral Catechetical Talk in the Year of Faith:2012-13, Archdioces of Toronto, Canada (22nd February, 2013)
  • C.Majawa, “Theories and Approaches to Inculturation in African Theologies and World Christianity” in a Conference at St. Michael’s University, Toronto, Canada (5th February, 2013)
  • C. Majawa F. Lygunda Li-M and S. Chu IlO, “Traditions, Transitions and Transformation in African Christianity: A Dialogue on Africathe West and World Christianity” in a Round Table Discussion at University of Toronto, Canada, (September, 2012)
  • C.Majawa, “Traditions, Direction and Challenges of African theologies of Inculturation in World Christianity” in a Round Table Discussion at University of Toronto, Canada, (September 2012).

EDITOR

  • Assistant Editor : Eastern African Journal of Humanities and Science [2002-2010]
  • Editorial Board Member : African Christian Studies – CUEA [2004-2014]
  • General Editor : Proceedings of Interdisciplinary Theological Sessions – CUEA [2008-2013]
  • Consultant Editor : Theological and Philosophical Books – CUEA [2009-2013]

Single Authorship

  • Momanyi, C. (2012): Kidole cha Habiba, Longhorn Publishers, Nairobi, ISBN 9789966 36 220 7
  • Momanyi, C. (2009): MchezowaKobole, Vide-Mua Publishers, Nairobi, ISBN
  • Momanyi, C. (2009): Nakuruto, Longhorn Publishers, Nairobi, ISBN 978 9966 36 470 6
  • Momanyi, C. (2008): Pendokatika Shari, Longhorn Publishers, Nairobi, ISBN 978 9966 36 305-X.
  • Momanyi, C. (2006): Tumaini, Vide-Mua Publishers, Nairobi, ISBN 9966-7039-5-0
  • Momanyi, C. (2005): SikuyaWajinga, Phoenix Publishers, Nairobi, ISBN 9966-43-239-8
  • Momanyi, C. (2001): Ronald Ngala: Teacher with a Mission, SasaSema Publications, Nairobi, ISBN 9966-951-06-7
  • Momanyi, C. (2001): TamathalikatikaVitendawili, Didaxis, Nairobi, ISBN 9966-9680-6-7.

Multiple Authorship:

  • Momanyi, C., K. Njogu, & M. Mukuthuria (eds). (2012): Kiswahili naUtaifaNchini Kenya. Chama cha Kiswahili cha Taifa (CHAKITA)-Kenya. TwawezaCommunications.Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Momanyi, C., Bakari, N. (Trans.) (2008): Maafikianoya 2003 KuhusuKulindaTurathizaTamaduniZisizogusika, UNESCO, Nairobi.
  • Momanyi, C., Bakari, N. (Trans.) (2008): UNESCO Toleo 1-9 (UNESCO Messengers 1-9) UNESCO, Nairobi.
  • Njogu, K, Momanyi, C, Mathooko,M (eds). (2006): FasihiSimuliziya Kiswahili, Twaweza Communications & CHAKITA-Kenya, Nairobi, ISBN 9966 9743 1 8
  • Momanyi, C, Wawire, N, et al (eds) (2004): Disparities in Social Sciences, Politics and Gender, Vol.1, Association of Third World Studies-Kenya Chapter, Aukland Media, Nairobi, ISBN 9966-9969-18
  • Momanyi, C, Wawire N, (et al) (eds) (2004): Disparities in Science, Technology, Environment, HIV/AIDs and Education, Vol.2, Association of Third World Studies-Kenya Chapter, Aukland Media, Nairobi, ISBN 9966-9969-19
  • Njogu, K, Momanyi, C, Musau, P, King’ei, G. (eds) (2002): Kiswahili katikaKarneyaIshirininaMoja, Centre for Advanced Studies of African Society (CASAS) ISBN 1-919799-53-2
  • Momanyi, C, Lugano, R, (Trans) (1999): MkatabaKuhusuKuondolewakwaNamnazotezaUbaguzidhidiyaWanawake, United Nations Fund for Women (UNIFEM), New York 10017, USA.
  • Momanyi, C., Lugano, R, (Trans) (1997): Manifesto yaWanawakewa Kenya kuhusuUchaguzi – KufikiaUsawawaUana, Association of African Women for Research and Development (AAWORD)-Kenya, Nairobi
  • Momanyi, C, Lugano,R, (Trans) (1992): HakizaMtoto, Christian Childrens Fund, INC. Nairobi.
  • Chapters in Books
  • Momanyi, C. (2012): TafraniKambini, MaskiniMilioneanaHadithiNyingine, Walibora K. (ed). Oxford University Press. Nairobi.
  • Momanyi, C. (2012): Mustakabaliwa Kiswahili kufikia 2030: Rajua au Usorajua?, Kiswahili naUtaifaNchini Kenya, Momanyi, C., K. Njogu & M. Mukuthuria, Chama cha Kiswahili cha Taifa – Kenya (CHAKITA), Nairobi.
  • Momanyi, C. (2011): MasazoyaFisadi, TakrimaNononaHadithiNyingine, Momanyi, C. & R. Timmamy (eds). Longman Kenya, Nairobi.
  • Momanyi, C. (2011): MtumbwiwaMaskini, TakrimaNononaHadithiNyingine, Momanyi, C. & R. Timmamy (eds). Longman Kenya, Nairobi
  • Momanyi, C. (2011): The Feminist Voice In Mama Ee: Critical Analysis of a Kiswahili Play, East African Literature: Essays in Written and Oral Traditions, Makokha, J.K.S., E. Kabaji& D. Dipio (eds) , Cologne.
  • Momanyi, C. (2011): Mtandaowa Ufasiki, Gitaana Hadithi Nyingine, Arege,T. (ed). Longhorn Publishers, Nairobi.
  • Momanyi, C.(2007): Suala la Mielekeoya Lugha, Lughana Fasihiya Kiswahili Afrika Mashariki, Chama cha Kiswahili cha Afrika Mashariki (CHAKAMA), TUKI, Dar es salaam, ISBN 998 7 442 15 3
  • Momanyi, C.(2007): Kilinge cha Matata, Likizoya Mauti, King’ei G.& J. Kobia (eds), Kenya Literature Bureau, Nairobi, ISBN 978-9966-44-717-3
  • Momanyi, C.(2004): Ngomeya Nafsi. Mayai Waziriwa Maradhina Hadithi Nyingine. Wamitila, W. (ed), Focus Publishers, Nairobi, ISBN 9966 882 97 4
  • Momanyi, C.(2000): Nafasiya Kiswahili katika Karneya 21, JUA Vol. 3 No.3 Jan/Feb., Hassan, A. (ed), OMIME Intercultural Publishers, Cologne, ISBN 1433-9395
  • Momanyi, C.(1999): Kiswahili na Ukuaji wake. JUA Vol 3 No.3 May/June. Hassan, A. (ed), Cologne, ISBN 1433-9395
  • Momanyi, C.(1998): ‘Sheng’: Ukuaji au Udunishajiwa Kiswahili? JUA Vol 2 No. 6 Sept/Oct., Hassan A. (ed), Cologne, ISBN 1433-9395

Papers in Published Conference Proceedings

  • Momanyi, C. (2014): Kiswahili After Fifty Years: The Need for Linguistic Re-engineering to Meet Global Demands. Studies in Culture, Gender and Education in Africa. Proceedings of the Inter-Disciplinary Conference held on 27th – 30th June 2012, CUEA, Nairobi. Pgs. 112-122.
  • Momanyi, C. (2014): Miaka Hamsiniya Ujenziwa Taswiraya Mwanamke katika Ushairiwa Kiswahili Nchini Kenya. Miaka Hamsiniya Kiswahili Nchini Kenya; proceedings of CHAKITA Kiswahili International Conference held on 21st -23rd August,2013, Nairobi Pgs. 3-15.
  • Momanyi, C. (2012): Mustakabaliwa Kiswahili Kufikia 2030: Rajua au Usorajua? Kiswahili na Utaifa Nchini Kenya; proceedings of the CHAKITA Kiswahili International Conference held on 6th-9th August 2008, RISS-EA, Mombasa. Pgs. 78-83.1
  • Momanyi, C. (2007): Nafasiya Lughaya Kiswahili katika Elimuya Vyuo Vikuu Nchini Kenya. Kiswahili na Mfumo wa Elimu Nchini Kenya; Proceedings of the CHAKITA Kiswahili International Conference held on 29th September-1st October 2005, Fort Jesus, Mombasa, Kenya pp.3-19.
  • Momanyi, C. (2006): Dhimana Utendakazi wa Vitendawili katika Jamii. Fasihi Simulizi ya Kiswahili; Proceedings of the CHAKITA Kiswahili International Conference held on 1st -2nd October, 2004, Silver Springs, Nairobi, Kenya, pp.19-28.
  • Momanyi, C. (2005): Kiswahili kama Wenzo wa Kueneza Falsafa ya Kiafrika. Kongamano la Jubilei; Proceedings of the Institute of Kiswahili Research Jubilee Celebrations held on 4th -7th July, 2005, TUKI, Dar es salaam, Tanzania, pp.127-141.
  • Momanyi, C. (2004): Urban Disparities in HIV/AIDs Infection: The Bugged Towns of Kenya. Disparities in Science, Technology, Environment, HIV/AIDs and Education; Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the Association of Third World Studies-Kenya Chapter held on 17th -19th September, 2003, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, pp.102-112
  • Momanyi, C. (2002): Ujinsiakatika Kiswahili: Kuyumbisha Uhalisi. Kiswahili katika Karneya Ishirinina Moja; Proceedings of the Kiswahili International Conference held on 23rd -25th September, 1998, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, pp.25-32
  • Momanyi, C. (2002): Swala la Uanakatika Utafitiwa Fasihiya Kiswahili. Utafitiwa Kiswahili; Proceedings of the CHAKITA Kiswahili International Conference held on 30th August-1st September, 1999, Sunset Hotel, Kisumu, Kenya, pp.
  • Momanyi, C. (2001): The Effects of Persians on the Kiswahili Language. Historical Role of Iranians (Shirazis) in the East African Coast; Proceedings of the Conference by the Cultural Council of the Embassy of I.R.Iran and the National Museums of Kenya held on 2nd – 3rd February, 2001, Panafric Hotel, Nairobi,Kenya, pp.95-100.
  • Momanyi, C. (2000): Matumiziya Kiswahili katika Njia Panda: Mtazamo wa Kiisimu-jamii. Kiswahili: A Tool for Development; Proceedings of the Kiswahili International Conference held on 10th -12th September, 1997, Sirikwa Hotel, Eldoret, Kenya, pp.83-89.

Publications 

  • 2015:The Challenges of Reforming Security Sector in Kenya
  • 2015: Contesting Traditional Conflict Resolutions Mechanisms in a Neo-liberal setting: Lessons from Kenya in Africa Amani Journal Vol 1 issue 1 2014
  • 2015The Challenges of International Foreign defense: Challenges and Lessons from Kenya in Somalia
  • 2015: Contesting sacredness as a conservation tool in a globalised and multicultural setting: Lessons from Kenya in International Journal of Science, Commerce and Humanities. Vol.No. 3, No. 1
  • 2014, Nyanchoga S.A. Politics of knowledge production in Africa : A critical reflection on the idea of an African University in sustainable development ( Developing Country Studies www.iiste.org .ISSN 2224-607X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0565 (Online Journal) Vol.4, No.18, 2014).
  • 2014 Nyanchoga, S.A. Ethnicity, Citizenship and Politics of Belonging in Kenya. CUEA Press
  • 2014 Nyanchoga, S.A. et al, The Slavery Heritage and Identities in the Kenya Coast . CUEA Press
  • 2014 Nyanchoga, S.A and Amutabi, M. (editors) Contemporary Issues in Kenyan History and the Challenges of Nationhood (In Press)
  • 2012: Nyanchoga, A.S “China’s Links with Africa and Implications for Democracy Governance and Development: A case of selected Africa Countries (AISA)
  • 2011: Nyanchoga,S.A.”Localization Versus Africanisation: Some reflections on the Kenya Civil Service at the critical Moment of Transition from Colonialism to Independence” Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • 2011: Nyanchoga, A.S. Kenya’s 2007 flawed electoral process, ethnic violence and genocide: stain in the face of democracy. International Journal of Sustainable Development (PAN-2011-078).
  • 2010 :Alwanga , M. and Nyanchoga, S. A. “Supranational Governments in Africa” in Nyanchoga, S.A. et al (eds) Governance in Africa: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Nairobi: Catholic University of Eastern Africa Press.
  • 2010 : Nyanchoga S. A. and Muchoki F.M. “Governments in Post Colonial Africa” in Nyanchoga, S.A. et al (eds) Governance in Africa: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Nairobi: Catholic University of Eastern Africa Press.
  • 2010: (Editor) Governance in Africa: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives Nairobi: Catholic University of Eastern Africa Press.
  • 2008: Nyanchoga, A.S. “Leadership and Democratic Processes: Lessons from Kenya” in The State, Democracy and Poverty Eradication in Africa (eds) KhabeleMatlosa, KwesiKwaaPrah, Bertha Chiroro and LoucienToulou, Johannesburg: EISA
  • 2008 :Nyanchoga, Ogula and Mwayuli (Eds). Rethinking African Heritage, University Educational and Technological Advancement in the 21st Century. Nairobi: Catholic University of Eastern Africa Press
  • 2008: Nyanchoga, A.S. “Constitutionalism and its Implication on Governance in Kenya 1945-1969” in Nyanchoga et al (ed) Rethinking African Heritage, University Educational and Technological Development in the 21st Century ( Nairobi: Catholic University of Eastern Africa Press)
  • 2008( Nyanchoga A.S ; Samson Omwoyo and Ben Nyariki Aspects of African History Vol.1, Nairobi: Catholic University Eastern Africa Press
  • 2008: Nyanchoga, A. S; Francis Muchoki, Pius Kakai and Susan Waiyego Democratization and Constitutionalism in Kenya 1945-2007. Catholic University of Eastern Africa Press
  • 2008 Kenya’s 2007 Flawed Electoral Process, Ethnic Violence and Genocide (Submitted for publication to the Journal of Elections; Electoral Institute of Southern Africa )
  • 2007: Nyanchoga, A. S “Political Economy of Pastoralism: A Case of the Marginalized Nomadic Society of Kenya”, Journal of Humanities and Sciences Vol.7 No 1. January/ June 2007 (The Catholic University of Eastern Africa)
  • 2004: “Civil society” in Democratic Transitions in East Africa (ed) Kaiser and Okumu, Ashgate, London
  • 1998 : “Agricultural Trends in Western Kenya” Eastern Africa Journal of Historical and Social Sciences Research
  • 1997: “Party Politics” in Political Economy of Transition in Kenya (ed) Aseka et al, Eight Publishers, Nairobi
  • 1997: “History, Theory and Society ” in Political Economy of Transition in Kenya,(ed) Aseka et al, Eight publishers ,Nairobi
  • 1996: ‘The Asian question, a General Perspectives” Eastern Africa Journal of Historical and Social Sciences Research.

Publications 

  • Mulili, B.M. (2014), “Corporate governance in Kenya’s public universities’, Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 342-357.
  • Mulili, B.M. & Charles, M.B. (2013), ‘Africa-Europe Energy Partnership’ in Mangala, J. (ed.), Africa-Europe Partnership, Palgrave Macmillan, Washington.
  • Mulili, B.M. (2012), ‘New trends in human resource management’, in Lutz, D. &Ayako, A. (eds.), Contribution of Business Management to Sustainable Development, CUEA Press, Nairobi, pp. 129-150.
  • Mulili, B.M. & Wong, P. (2011), ‘Corporate governance practices in developing countries: The case for Kenya’, International Journal of Business Administration, vol. 2, no.1, pp. 14-21.
  • Mulili, B.M. & Wong, P. (2011), ‘Continuous organizational development (COD)’, Industrial and Commercial Training, vol. 43, no. 6, pp. 37-43.

Publications 

  • Flora, F., Ndiga, B., Mumiukha, C. K., Ngugi, M. & Mwalwa, S. N. (2014). Effectiveness Of Decentralized Education Bursary Fund In Enhancing Equity In Access And Participation In Public Secondary Schools, In Kajiado County, Kenya. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development. ISSN 2278 – 0211 (Electronic publication): http://www.ijird.com/index.php/ijird/issue/current.
  • Ndiga, B., Mumiukha, C. K., Flora, F., Ngugi, M. &Mwalwa, S. N. (2014). Principals’ Transformational Leadership Skills in Public Secondary Schools: A Case of Teachers’ and Students’ Perceptions and Academic Achievement in Nairobi County, Kenya. American Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 2 No. 9, pp 801-810. (Electronic publication): http://pubs.sciepub.com/education/2/9/15/
  • Mumiukha, C. K., Ndiga, B., Ngugi, M., Flora, F. &Mwalwa, S. N. (2014). Traditional Enrolment trends within the Different Educational Levels in Kenya: an Analysis of Promoting Facets. Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education Journal

Publications 

  • TEMU, Reginald Fabian, St. Vincent Pallotti’s Spirituality of the Priesthood and Its Impact on Cooperation with the Laity, Roma: Libreria Sole – Via deiLucchesi 20, 2009.
  • TEMU, Reginald Fabian, Challenges of human development in the AMECEA region with reference to Benedict XVI’S Encyclical Caritas in Veritate and its impact on Christian Spiritual Growth, Nairobi: N.P, 2012.
  • TEMU, Reginald Fabian, “St. Vincent Pallotti’s Spirituality of the Priesthood and Its Impact on Cooperation with the Laity” in African Christian Studies, Vol. 29, Number 4, December 2013, Nairobi: CUEA Press, 2014.

Publications 

  • Financial Policies and Academic Achievement of University Students, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2013
  • Obura, E.A. (2011). African Indigenous Languages: A true identity for the African University. A paper presented to the International Conference on The Idea of an African University at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa on May 24th – 26th 2011.
  • Adhiambo, J.M. & Obura, E.A.(2013). Towards Transformation: The role of Educational Administrators in Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue within Institutions of Higher Education.

The uniqueness of the programme

The academic programs are made in such a way that they are tailored to capture the Human and Christian values. There are Common Courses which instill excellence, quality, integrity and holistic formation in the students. Course like: Bible, Christian Ethics, Social Teaching of the Church and also Computer studies, etc. are taught as Common Course to all Postgraduate students in all Faculties. A unique Course of Patristic Education is taught to the Doctoral students of the Faculty of Education.

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