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Prof. Anne Kisaka Nangulu
Prof. Anne Kisaka Nangulu (firstname.lastname@example.org phone: +254 733 870 502 Fax +254 53 43047) is an Economic Historian in the Department of History, Political Science and Public administration, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya.
She attained her Bachelor of Arts Degree (in History) from the University of Nairobi, Kenya, in 1986; Master of Arts (in History), University of Nairobi, in 1990; and PhD (outstanding PhD) in History, West Virginia University, USA, in 2001. She has taught at University since March 1989 – at Moi University (and West Virginia, August 1996 – May 2001, while undertaking PhD studies). Since March 1989, she has risen through the ranks – as Tutorial Fellow; Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor; and Professor of History (as from November 2011 to the present).
She has served at Moi University in various capacities; Head, Department of History, Dean, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Director, Quality Assurance, Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor (DVC), Academic, Research &Extension and Secretary to Senate; and she is a “permanent” Member of the Moi University Senate (the academic organ of the University).
She also served as Visiting (Guest) Professor to University of Bayreuth, Germany, at the Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies – BIGSAS, 15th May to 26th June, 2015. Her current position as of 1st July 2014 is the Deputy Commission Secretary, Quality Audit & Standards, Commission for University Education (CUE), Kenya & Professor of Moi University. Prof. Nangulu has taught several courses at undergraduate, master and doctoral level. Successfully supervised graduate students at both master and PhD level; and guided them in research methodology and areas of specialization.She has published in refereed journals and book chapters (over 25 publications); and edited and co-edited books as well as presented scholarly papers at international conferences. Her publications and research areas are wide and varied based on a multi-disciplinary approach.
Prof. Nangulu has also undergone training nationally and internationally in quality assurance and she is a qualified Quality Assurance Consultant, Trainer and Implementer in higher education. She is also the founder member and currently President of the Kenya Universities Quality Assurance Network (KUQAN); and Chair of the University Education Services Technical Committee at the Kenya Bureau of Standards. Moreover, she is Chair and Member of numerous academic and professional Associations; and has engaged in community service for the benefit of society.
She has participated in European Union Funded Projects – in proposal writing and implementation amongst them are: AfriQ’Units (EDULINK Project I): “Sustainability of Quality Culture in East African High Education Institutions through Centralized Units”– Focus: Training University Staff to Run Quality Units; ENRICH (EDULINK Project II), “Enhancing Energy Accessibility & Efficiency through Establishing Sustainable Science, Technology and innovation (STI) Support National Networks with a Regional Dimension in East Africa”; and SUCCEED Network (EDULINK Project II) – “East Africa Higher Education Network on Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficient Campus Development.
Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme
Academic Mobility for African Sustainable Development/AMAS
The overall objective of the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility programme is to promote sustainable development and ultimately contribute to poverty reduction by increasing the availability of trained and qualified high-level professional manpower in Africa.