Kevin Onyango

Mr.Kevin Onyango

Webmaster - Directorate of ICT - Department of ICT
B.F.A, (MUW) Columbus, MS, USA. M.Sc., University of Greenwich, London, UK.

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Mr. Onyango currently holds the position of University Webmaster within the Directorate of Information Communication Technology. His prior professional experience includes roles as an Assistant Lecturer at Great Lakes University and Rongo University. He possesses a Master of Science Degree in Computing and Information Systems from the University of Greenwich in London, demonstrating a profound interest in information systems. Additionally, Mr. Onyango holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a specialization in Graphic Design, earned at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Mississippi, USA.

During his Master's program, he successfully completed a project on the application of Web Services in System Integration, operating within a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). This project initiated research into technologies designed to bridge the data access gap among community stakeholders through collaborative system integration.

Subsequently, the growing adoption of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) has significantly facilitated system integration. Leveraging his newfound expertise, Mr. Onyango has developed a staff profile management system seamlessly integrated with the University's website using APIs. He firmly believes that by identifying pertinent data sources, implementing a comprehensive model, and deploying integrated systems, effective technical support can be extended to stakeholders irrespective of their location or technical competencies.

In June 2023, Mr. Onyango was awarded a prestigious scholarship by VLIR IUC/ JOOUST to pursue a joint Ph.D. program, which involves collaboration between JOOUST and the University of Antwerp. His research endeavors are centered on the application of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), specifically Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, to enhance smart agriculture practices. This research aims to provide technical support for sustainable food security and resilience building within the Lake Victoria Basin.
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1 Bioprospecting for Bioactive metabolites and biological control agents from soils and aquatic habitats in Kenya National Research Fund Kshs. 11000000

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