Prof. Kageni Njagi

Senior Lecturer

  • Actively and deeply involved in Christian ministry
  • Strong background in Educational Technology, HRD and entrepreneurship
  • Technologically literate
  • Ten-year teaching experience at university level
  • Dedicated team player
  • Cross-discipline expertise
  • Extensive administrative experience
  • Adaptable, proactive, energetic and focused on results
  • Committed to human resource development especially in ICT and entrepreneurship
  • Involved in community and national initiatives
  • Embraces high standards of integrity

September 2008     Training in Quality Assurance in Higher Education in the University of Oldenburg, Germany and Nairobi

 August 9, 2003      Doctor of Education in Career and Technology Education (Vocational Education) at Clemson University; Clemson, South Carolina with GPA of 4.0.

May 19, 2000        MSc in Vocational Education (Human Resource Development) at Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, Louisiana with GPA of                                     3.846. 

Dec 18, 1998         BS in Vocational Education at Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, Louisiana with GPA of 3.441.

Dec 3, 1980           Diploma in Business Education at Kenya Technical Teachers’ College; Nairobi, Kenya.

Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society of Agriculture

  • Epsilon Pi Tau International Honorary for Professions in Technology
  • Mu Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi– International Honor Society in Education
  • Education Management Society of Kenya (EMSK)
  • African Network for Internalization of Education (ANNIE)

David Gitau Turuthi, Kageni Njagi, Bernard Chemwei (2017). Does Technology             Influence Students’ Motivation  Towards Learning Kiswahili Proverbs?.             Presented in 2nd Kdsa Mt. Kenya Regional Alumni Chapter International             Conference On Higher Education

David Gitau Turuthi, Kageni Njagi, Bernard Chemwei (2016). Does Technology             Influence Students’ Attitude  Towards Learning Kiswahili Proverbs?. Presented in         the  6th Annual International   Conference,  Kabarak University Kenya

 

David Gitimu Mugo, Kageni Njagi, Bernard Chemwei & Matanya Jared Ochwagi.             (2016). Technology acceptance model and its implications to the utilization of             mobile learning technologies. Presented in the  6th Annual International             Conference,  Kabarak University Kenya

 

David Gitau Turuthi, Kageni Njagi, Bernard Chemwei (2016). Can Technology             Revolutionalize Teaching and Learning ? A Quasi Experiment. Presented in the              6th Annual InternationConference,  Kabarak University Kenya

 

 

David Gitau Turuthi, Kageni Njagi, & Bernard Chemwei (2015). Effect of Video Mediated  Instruction on Student’ Acheivement, Attitude, and Motivation in learning Kiswahili Proverbs in Kenya. Presented in the The 5th Annual International Conference, Kabarak University Kenya

 

Odicho Rosemary, Kageni Njagi, and T. M. Ayodo (2015). Availability and Use of Media Resources in Teaching and Learning: A Case of Selected Secondary Schools for the Hearing Impaired in Western Kenya. Presented in the The 5th Annual International Conference, Kabarak University Kenya

 

Kageni Njagi and Bernard Chemwei (2015). The relationship between University Students’ Training in Computing and their Motivation to Utilize ICT Resources in Learning in Selected Universities in Nakuru Counnty. Presented in the The 5th Annual International Conference, Kabarak University Kenya

 

Joel Cherus,  Joseph Siror, Jason Githeko, Kageni Njagi (2013). Fraud Vulnerability of Kenya’s National Identity Card System. Presented in the The 3rd  Annual International Conference, Kabarak University Kenya

 

Moses M Thiga, Joseph Siror, Jason Githeko, Kageni Njagi (2013). Factors Influencing the Intention to Use Location-based Mobile Advertising among Micro-enterprises. Presented in the The 3rd  Annual International Conference, Kabarak University Kenya

 

Joel Cherus Joseph Siror Jason Githeko,Kageni Njagi (2013). Identity Fraud: A             Literature Review and Future Research Directions. Presented in the 3rd  Annual             International Conference, Kabarak University Kenya

Njagi, K (2010). College students’ attitude Towards Computer Technology. 5th Regional             conference on Information and Communication Technology in Higher Education.             Higher Education Research and Policy Network (HERPNET) in conjunction with             Moi University, Nairobi Campus

 

Njagi, K. (2009). Predictors of Student’s attitude Towards Computer Technology. 4th International Federation for Home Economics Conference on Consumer Sciences Beyond Hundred Years: Empowering for the Digital World. University

 

Njagi, K. & Isbell, C. (2003).  Students’ attitude towards web-based learning resources. The Fifth Annual Faculty Forum, Clemson University, 35.

  1. Participated in the Kenya Blackboard Executive Seminar held on 23rd March 2018 at USIU On “Growing online while retaining your residential students”.
  2. Participated in a five day training course organized by Nairobi University Open, Distance & E-Learning campus on Principles of Open, Distance and e-Learning.
  3. Attended and facilitated a session on Student Centered Learning from 6th to 7th March 2014 held at Kabarak University Moot Court, Kabarak, Nakuru
  4. Participated and Organized the 5th   Annual Kabarak International Research Conference held on 15th to 18th October 2013 at Kabarak University Main Campus
  5. Participated and Organized the 4th   Annual Kabarak International Research Conference held on 15th to 18th October 2013 at Kabarak University Main Campus
  6. Participated and Organized the 3rd  Annual Kabarak International Research Conference held on 15th to 18th October 2013 at Kabarak University Main Campus
  7. Participated and Organized the 2nd  Annual Kabarak International Conference held on 16th to 18th October 2012 at Kabarak University Main Campus
  8. Participated and Organized the 1st Annual Kabarak International Conference held on 12th to 14th October 2011 at Kabarak University Main Campus
  9. Staff Development, Key for Quality in Higher Education. 1st  International Conference and Training 11th October 2010 held at Norfolk Hotel, Nairobi Kenya.
  10. Attended the HELB/Universities Consultative Workshop for Deans and Directors at Kenya School of Monetary Studies in Nairobi in April 2010
  11. East African Quality Coordinators’ Course B, Part IV, held in Nairobi from 1st to 4th of February, 2010.
  12. East African Network of Research Excellence and Observatory (EANREO) from 22nd February 2010 at Speke Reort Munyonyo, Kampala Uganda.
  13. East African Quality Assurance Workshop from 21st to 26th June 2009 held at Kaduchi Beach Hotel and Resort in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  14. Quality Assurance Training on 26th November 2010 at Kabarak University
  15. Workshop for Chairs, Deans, and Quality Assurance Officers on Self Assessment at Program Level at KCB Leadership Center from 23rd to 24th April 2009, in Nairobi, Kenya
  16. Performance Enhancement Workshop held on 16th to 17th April 2009 at Kabarak University
  17. East African quality Assurance Coordinators’ Training Workshop Course B Part II, from 26/01 to 31/01/2009 in Nairobi, Kenya
  18. Quality Assurance Workshop held at the University of Oldenburg, Germany from 1st -16th September 2008
  1. Establishment of the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies, Quality and Assurance and Research of Kabarak University
  2. Establishment of the Ph D Program in Kabarak University
  3. Initiated the Kabarak University International Annual Research Conference in 2011
  4. Member of Kabarak University Research Committee
  5. Member of Editorial Team for Kabarak Journal of Research and Innovation
  6. Member of Nakuru Governors taskforce on Education
  7. Peer Reviewer for the Kenyan Journal of Guidance and Counseling and Psychology
  8. Peer Reviewer for the The African Journal of Information Systems
  9. From 2012 to 2016, Board Member of Ol Rongai Secondary School, Nakuru
  10. 2005 – 2017 Initiated and started an NGO to help low income women and children (Women Entrepreneur Training Network).
  11. 2005 – 2017 Volunteer CEO for Women Entrepreneur Training Network
  12. Trainer for Low Income Women Entrepreneurs in Nakuru County

Email Address: homae@must.ac.ke