Professor Mburu

Prof. David M. Mburu

Principal, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at JKUAT

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT)

Department of Land Resources

Planning and Management and

Principal, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (COANRE)

Cell Phone: +254 725691595

dmburu.mburu13@gmail.com

david.mburu@jkuat.ac.ke

principal@agr.jkuat.ac.ke

 

Brief Profile – Prof. David M. Mburu

  • Agricultural Engineering – 2007
  • Agricultural Engineering – 1989
  • Postgraduate Diploma (Soil Conservation) – 1983
  • Agriculture – 1978
  • Principal, College Of Agriculture And Natural Resources (Coanre) – 6th August 2018 To Date
  • Dean, Faculty Of Agriculture 2013 – July 2018
  • Chairman Of Department 2008-2013
  • University Lecturer (Jkuat) 1990 – 2007
  • Senior Lecturer 2008 – 2015
  • Associate Professor – 2016 To Date
  • Agricultural Officer (Moa) 1978 – 1990
  • Main Research Area – Soil And Water Management And Environment Conservation

 

BIO DATA SUMMARY

Professor David M. Mburu is currently the Principal, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT). He holds Ph.D and MSc degrees in Agricultural Engineering, Postgraduate Diploma in Soil and Water Conservation and BSc in Agriculture. Before Joining JKUAT in 1990, he worked with the Ministry of Agriculture for 12 years in agricultural extension service as subject matter specialist and as District Agricultural Officer in different regions of Kenya. His area of specialization is in Soil and Water Management and Environmental Conservation. He has mentored many young people in the agricultural profession and has been a consultant for a number of national and international organizations in agricultural related projects. Through his collaborative research with other institutions, he has published many articles in international peer review journals. Prof. Mburu believes that Kenya is capable of feeding her population and increase export earnings from Agricultural commodities. However we have to identify the gap and missing link that make Kenya food insecure and vulnerable to inter-seasonal and inter-annual variations in weather conditions.