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Communication Skills, Edition for College & University Students

Preface

The communication skills course is to a large extent mandatory for all students aiming to acquire any kind of certification from the university. It is usually a first year introductory course. This shows the important role competencies in communication skills plays in the acquisition of the rest of the courses taught at the university and in fact any other institution of higher learning. The generic content of the course is as follows:

Dr Geoffrey Wango

Dr Geoffrey Wango is a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology at the University of Nairobi. Dr Wango conducts research in Counselling Psychology, Applied Psychology, Educational Psychology and Educational Policy Development.
https://www.geoffreywango.com/
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UNIQUENESS OF METEOROLOGY

In this blog, I consider some of the characteristics of a meteorologist and why meteorology is a unique specialization.

So, what are some of the characteristics of a meteorologist? In my view, a meteorologist has three qualities: First, a meteorologist is someone who has the understanding and knowledge about the atmosphere and atmospheric phenomena, and how the atmospheric phenomena relate to weather and climate. He or she understands, fairly well, the behaviour and processes in the atmosphere that lead to the observed weather and climate.

My Arabic letters book

The Arabic language has proved to be in high demand globally. We urge all to choose the Arabic language for job opening both in government and international bodies

interfaith dialogue a key to global peace

our world faces several challenges. One of the key to global peace is interfaith dialogue. Its upon all to study religion(s) of the other.

interfaith dialogue a key to global peace

our world faces several challenges. One of the key to global peace is interfaith dialogue. Its upon all to study religion(s) of the other.

THE CENTRALITY OF METEOROLOGY IN LIVELIHOODS, SOCIOECONOMICS, AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT – Advances in Meteorological Training and Research

Last year, in 2020, the University of Nairobi attained 50 years since becoming a national University in 1970. This ushered in the ongoing, year-long celebrations that we have branded as UoN@50. But the history of the University of Nairobi dates back to the 1950s: In 1956 the institution became the “Royal Technical College”. In 1961 the institution was placed under the University of London and renamed the “Royal College of Nairobi”. In 1964 she became a constituent college of the newly formed University of East Africa and was subsequently renamed “the University College of Nairobi”.

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