Tangaza University College, located in Nairobi, Kenya, has a dedicated Research and Extension Office (REO) that serves as a hub for research, community outreach, and partnership-building. The REO is an integral part of the university’s mission to promote academic excellence, ethical leadership, and social transformation through innovative research and community engagement.

Engaged research at University

The REO's primary function is to facilitate research activities within the university and to promote collaboration among different departments and schools. It provides support and resources for research projects, including grant writing, research design, data analysis, and dissemination. The REO also works to promote interdisciplinary research across various fields and encourages faculty and students to engage in cutting-edge research that addresses real-world challenges.

Our Community Role

REO also plays a critical role in community outreach and engagement. The office works closely with local communities to identify their needs and challenges and to develop programs that address these issues. These programs range from health and education initiatives to entrepreneurship and economic development projects. The REO also organizes training programs, workshops, and seminars to share knowledge and skills with community members and to promote capacity-building.

Collaborating Institutions

The REO serves as a link between Tangaza University College and other universities, research institutions, and community organizations around the world. It seeks to establish partnerships that promote academic collaboration, the exchange of ideas and expertise, and joint research initiatives. The office also participates in various international conferences and symposia, showcasing the university's research and outreach activities and fostering global connections.