School of Graduate Studies, Research and Extension hosts a knowledge exchange workshop
Graduate students together with facilitators from Emerging World and Maersk take a group photo outside the Library.Photo: Diana Meso
By Shadrack Lomoywara and Ernest Mwanzi
On Monday, May 20, 2019, the School of Graduate Studies, Research and Extension through its partnership with Emerging World (a firm that specializes in leadership development) and Maersk Global (World’s largest shipping company) hosted students to a learning and knowledge exchange forum.
The event took place at Chandaria School of Business where 68 graduate students had an opportunity to interact, learn and exchange knowledge with peers from other countries across the world. The half day event gave participants leadership skills, critical thinking, connection to global partners and more importantly obtaining a working relationship with the partners from around the world.
Students were paired with their fellow colleagues from other countries for purposes of experience sharing and networking.
The MAERSK leadership development forum is a global initiative that seeks to provide experiential learning.