• 13th Conference

    Egerton University 13th Biennial International Conference

    Egerton University Biennial International Conference was held on the 23rd to 25th November, 2021. The Conference was organized and hosted by the Division of Research and Extension and attracted more than 600 participants.

  • Egerton University 15th Biennial International Conference

    Egerton University, one of Kenya's premier academic institutions, hosted the 15th Biennial International Conference, an event that brought together scholars, researchers, and policymakers from across the globe. The conference, held under the theme of "Innovation and Collaboration for Sustainable Development," underscored the critical role of universities in addressing the pressing challenges facing the world.


  • 14th Conference

    Egerton University 14th Biennial International Conference

    The Egerton University’s 14th Biennial International Research Conference was held from 23rd -25th March, 2022. The conference, organized through the Division of Research and Extension, brought together researchers, academics, students and other sector experts in various disciplines to a common forum, to share and exchange information, research outputs and products. The theme of the conference was “Research and Innovations for Resilience in a Changing Environment”.

    During the event, participants presented papers under seven sub-themes namely: Transformative Agri-food Systems; Health Systems, Science and Technology; Innovations in Climate Change and Natural Resource Management; Transformative Education for Social-Economic Adaptability; Resilience and Ruptures in Governance and Geopolitics in Africa; Literature, History and Culture; Entrepreneurship, Business and Trade.

    During the conference, 98 papers were presented either orally or as posters. The conference attracted 1,053 attendees drawn from local and international universities, research institutions, county and national governments, local and international NGOs, and private sector organizations. Participants from 30 countries interacted with the conference website. The top 10 countries represented at the conference were Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, United States, South Africa, Rwanda, South Sudan and the United Kingdom. Read More...