• Dec 2017 MSc graduants with the Dean, School of Hospitality and Tourism

  • The School of Hospitality and Tourism was awarded Ecowarrior Award 2nd runners-up position county-wide by the Ecotourism Kenya on the 27th September 2017 at the Radison Blue Hotel.

  • Tree Planting at Karura Forest by members of staff

  • From right Patrick is Marekia of Panari Hotel, Dr Alice Ondigi, the Dean School of Hospitality and Tourism- Kenyatta University; Muriithi Ndegwa, the Managing Director of Kenya Tourism Board, and Judy Kephar, the founder of Sustainable travel and Tourism Agenda.

  • Hospitality and Tourism Students following the proceedings of the Seminar and Kenyatta University Conference Centre.

Dr. Alice Mueni Nzioka

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Name: Alice Mueni Nzioka
Title/Qualifications:
Dr.
Department/Unit/Section:
Hospitality Management
Contact Address:
Box 90708, Mombasa
Position:
Lecturer
Area of Specialization:
Hospitality Product Management and Gender Issues in Hospitality
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Research Interests: Gender issues and career progression in the hospitality industry.  Quality in hospitality service, Acceptability of traditional African Food and Beverage production methods by international tourists/Accommodation Management Issues

Publications

  • Nzioka,A.M (2006)The role of African universities in mitigating the effects of HIV/Aids in the hospitality industry. Kenyatta University press. Nairobi

  • Kivuva A. K. . Kihima, B. O, Nzioka, A.M . (2014). Selecting non-classified hotels in Kenya: What really matters for business guests? African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Vol. 3 (2) - (2014) ISSN: 2223-814X

     

  • Nzioka, A.M . (2015) Hotel General Manager’s Perception of the Factors that Affect Women Career Progression in the Hospitality Industry in Kenya. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

Conference Presentations

  • November 2013 Women in Hospitality Management in Kenya: Perception of Factors Related to Career Progression

  • September, 2013. Gender Equality in Kenyan Hotels: Perception of hospitality job related factors that affect Women Career Progression in the Hospitality Industry in Kenya.

     

  • June, 2013 The role of gender in employee job satisfaction in the hospitality industry at the coast region of Kenya
    2005 The role of the African universities in the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals.

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