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Former SAC Chair takes time off to teach in public school as teachers’ strike continues

Former SAC Chair Mr. Isaac Ngige (IBA '09) has taken up the chalk to make a difference to primary school pupils at St. Dominic's Primary School in  Kasarani, Nairobi.  Following the national teachers' strike - now in its second week  - pupils who are due to seat their national exams in seven weeks, were left to fend for themselves, effectively dimming their prospects of joining secondary school.
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USIU-Africa appoints new Vice Chancellor

The Board of Trustees of the United States International University-Africa (USIU-A) has today announced the appointment of Dr. Paul Tiyambe Zeleza as the institution’s new Vice Chancellor, with effect from 1 January, 2016.  
The decision was made by The Board of Trustees, the University’s governing body, after a rigorous, extensive recruitment process which kicked off a few months ago. The resolution to pick a new Vice Chancellor followed the announcement of the impending retirement of Prof. Freida Brown, who has served the University for the last 21 years. 
Dr. Zeleza is the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of History at  Quinnipiac University , Hamden, Connecticut. He joined Quinnipiac after serving as Dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts as well as Professor of History and African American Studies at  Loyola Marymount University .
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