The history of the School of Engineering and Technology has its roots in the Appropriate Technology Centre (ATC), which was created in the early 1980’s to demonstrate the application of physics in solving day-to-day problems in the rural and urban areas of Kenya using locally available resources. The centre was later upgraded and became a Department of Appropriate Technology (DAT) between 1985-2002. Currently the school houses six departments
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 March 2018 11:18
Digital-Nation Africa by IBM has launched a platform in partnership with Kenyatta University.
The platform provides the following:
1. free online & self paced learning including certification, on new technologies like Cloud, Coding, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and many more
2. Free life-time IBM Cloud Account on which users can develop and host their applications.
3. A search tool for job and internship opportunities.
All students, faculty, alumni and staff can access it through this link: http://ibm.biz/kenyatta-dna
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