February 2018

Month

The Institute of Social Ministry today kicked off its proposal writing skills training. The training mainly targets program managers,officers and staff from Civil Society and Faith Based Organizations. The key themes to be covered include proposal writing and project monitoring and evaluation. Tangaza University students have also been encouraged to take part in the training […]
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The Institute of Youth Studies (IYS) Psychology Unit held a successful panel discussion on the psycho-spiritual challenges faced by people who are Deaf. The panelists were able to narrate their childhood and religious challenges especially when attending mass and other church services.They also shared their views of God and proposed having a Bible for the […]
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The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Designate) Rev. Prof Sahaya Selvam today held a session on successful writing for academic journals. The afternoon session was attended by members of the Tangaza University College Middle Management.The attendees areĀ  currently enrolled in Masters and Doctorate programmes.
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Joint Symposium By the Cultural Council of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Tangaza University College 3rd February 2018 from 9:00 am to 4.00 pm at Tangaza University College, Main Hall. In many religions there is an expectation for a saviour to come to help the release from injustice and bring peace […]
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The Vice Chancellor (Designate) Rev.Prof Stephen Mbugua officially launched the Tangaza Integrated Management Information System on 1st of February 2018. The system was successfully developed by CoreTEC Systems and Solutions and handed over during the ceremony held at the Tangaza University Board room. The modules contained in the system include: Academic/Student Management Student Finance Human […]
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Faculty members ,some PhD students and visitors were treated to a very enlightening presentation by Prof.Van Reisen.The paper was entitled “Digital Society,Migration, and Human Trafficking. Using very telling data-maps she argued that the digital World facilitates migration and human trafficking.    
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