- Professor, Moi University
- Secretary/Chief Executive Officer, Commission for Higher Education, Kenya.
- Vice-Chancellor, Kenyatta University.
- Director, Privately Sponsored Students Programmes, Moi University
- Principal, Western University College, a constituent university college of Moi university, Kakamega, Kenya.
- Promoted to Full Professor of Educational Communication and Technology (Moi University)
- Dean, Faculty of Education, Moi University
- Joined Moi University as Associate Professor
- Worked part-time as script writer and editor of Adult Education Radio Programmes.
The East African University is multidenominational and hence it does not discriminate who it admits for studies provided that one meets the minimum admission requirements as stipulated by the Commission for University Education.
The University occupies 115 acres of land. The University inherited facilities constructed for Wakati Institute of Engineering which was its precursor but was phased out to allow the university to be established. Development of the University started with purchase of land in 2005. This was followed by infrastructural improvements as recommended for award of Letter of Interim Authority which was finally given in a ceremony at the then Commission for Higher Education on 2nd November 2010. Currently the university offers the following degree programmes:-
- Bachelor of Business Management (BBM)
- Bachelor of Computer Science and Information Technology (BCSIT)
- Bachelor of Business of Computer Science and Information Technology (BBIT)
- Bachelor of Education-Arts (BED-Arts)
The university has established collaborations for the purpose of enhancing its academic statue. Some of these are:-
- Collaboration between The East African University and California Miramar University for postgraduate programmes in business studies.
- Shakhes Pajou Research Institute in Iran in climate change joint projects.
- Academic collaboration between The East African University and East African University Rwanda.
One of the recent development we admitted 400 (four hundred) government sponsored students to the University in 2016 academic year. We look forward to more government sponsored students also in this year. As a consequent of this, more plans are underway for improvement of infrastructure as well as other developments to make the life of students more enjoyable.
Welcome once again to The East African University.
Prof. Everett M. Standa, MBS