Mentorship Programme

Mentorship programs connect people who have specific skills and knowledge (mentors) with individuals who need or want the same skills and advantages to move up in work, skill level, or school performance. Participants in mentor programs, both young and old, share their values and personal goals in a mutually respectful, supportive way which leads to a more enriched life for both. A successful mentor program helps break down barriers and creates opportunities for success.

Due to the large number of students in terms of population & in full realization of its objective of reaching out to all students, Chemistry Department has developed a mentorship program for each level and assigned mentorship committee in-order to cater for the need of each & every student right from first year to the Postgraduate level.

 

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT STUDENT MENTORSHIP COMMITTEE

I) FIRST YEARS MENTORSHIP COMMITTEE

  1. Dr. Ruth Odhiambo
  2. Dr. Geoffrey O. Bosire
  3. Mr. Charles Mirikau
  4. Dr. Rachael Njogu

II) SECOND YEAR MENTORSHIP COMMITTEE

  1. Dr. Damaris Mbui
  2. Dr. Marina Mukabi
  3. Dr. I Michira
  4. Dr. Patrick Tum
  5. Prof. D.K Kariuk

III) THIRD YEAR MENTORSHIP COMMITTEE

  1. Prof. Leonidah Kerubo
  2. Dr. Vincent Madadi
  3. Prof. Amir Yusuf

III) FOURTH YEAR MENTORSHIP COMMITTEE

  1. Dr. Solomon Derese
  2. Dr. J.M Wanjohi
  3. Dr. Joyce Kithure
  4. Prof. Hellen Njenga

POSTGRADUATE MENTORSHIP COMMITTEE

  1. Dr. Albert Ndakala
  2. Dr. John Onyatta
  3. Prof. Abiy Yenesew
  4. Prof. Lydia Njenga

For more information on Mentorship and consultations hours please reach us through the following contacts;

Office Number: +254772459087 Or Email: dept-chem@uonbi.ac.ke