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Zetech University Staff Profiles

Zetech University Staff Profiles

Njenga Munene J, PhD


Vice Chancellor

Biography Vice-Chancellor Zetech University. Prof. Njenga Munene joined Zetech in April 2018 from Egerton University, where he served for several years in teaching and administration positions, including Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Administration and Finance for a full 5-year term.
A full professor of Clinical Veterinary medicine, he is a strategist who served as chairman of various committees including the tender committee, website improvement, and disciplinary for staff grades 1-12 among others at the institution.
He was also a member of the Egerton University Management Board and Senate. Egerton University experienced great improvement in the physical facilities and webometric ranking during his tenure as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Administration and Finance. He also chaired the Joint Negotiation Committee (JNC) of Inter Public Universities Council Consultative Forum (IPUCCF). He has served in various leadership capacities including Project Director, Animal Industry Consultancy Unit (AICU), Head of Medicine Section in the Clinical Studies Department and Chairman, Board of Post Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. He was elected Dean Faculty of Veterinary Medicine thus becoming a member of the Senate, Dean’s Committee and College of Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences Management Board, at the University of Nairobi (UON).
Prof. Njenga Munene is a Kenyan Veterinary Board (KVB), registered Veterinary surgeon and an active member of the Kenya Veterinary Association where he serves as a trustee. He actively takes part in community service through high school board membership and church leadership.
He holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Clinical Studies, a Master of Science in Clinical Studies and a Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Nairobi. He further pursued advanced studies in protozoa diseases at Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary studies in Japan. He is widely traveled and has published and presented over 50 scientific publications at conferences, which have attracted several research grants. He has been honored with two service awards and a certificate of excellent service.