During the 61st graduation ceremony of the University of Nairobi, the School of Physical Sciences graduated a total of 290 students out of the 4,107 graduates. The school graduated 3 PhD students, 19 Masters students and 268 undergraduate students all drawn from the departments that constitute the school as follows:-
1 PhD student from Chemistry, Fozia Ali Adem
1 PhD student from Meteorology , Emily Nyaboke Bosire
1 PhD student from Physics , Benjamin Victor Odari Ombwayo
8 Masters from Meteorology
6 Masters from Chemistry
5 Masters from Physics
The School of Physical Sciences was privileged to churn out the best graduating student, 2019 valedictorian Nicholas Mwanzia from the Department of Chemistry
The 268 undergraduate students were drawn from four departments: Department of Chemistry, Geology, Meteorology and Physics.
The School of Physical Sciences boasts over 2,700 students taking science courses in Chemistry (3 undergraduate programmes, 4 master programmes and 1 Phd programme), Geology (2 undergraduate programme, 1 masters programme with 12 specialities and 1 Phd programme), Meteorology (1 undergraduate programme, 2 masters programmes with 7 specialities and 2 Phd programmes) and Physics (3 undergraduate programmes, 1 masters programme and 1 Phd programme).
Nicholas Mwanzia, Valedictorian from the Department of Chemistry during the 61st graduation ceremony held on 6th September 2019
The 61st graduation was held on Friday 6th September 2019 at the Chancellor’s Court and was presided over by the Cabinet Secretary Education, Prof George Magoha.
School of Physical Sciences graduates during the 61st UoN graduation ceremony
We wish to congratulate the class of 2019 graduates.