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- ItemThe Update (Preparing for Servant Leadership)(Tangaza University College, 2018-02) Tangaza University CollegeI wish to welcome you to the New Year 2018 Update series. We again embark on our academic and holistic development that prepares us for servant leadership. This is our niche as Tangaza and we need to guard and upscale it jealously. This is because great achievers can never be satisfied with current levels of performance, they are driven by possibilities and potential achievements. I appeal to all of us to keep the spirit of excellence aflame with positive engagements in the academics and personal developments. This January, we were privileged to have Rev Dr. Joseph Caramazza appointed the Deputy Vice Chancellor Designate for Administration and Finance. Fr Joseph brings a great impetus to our family from his work in pastoral, administration, and communication fronts. We welcome him and wish him well as he executes his mandate. We are also pleased to recognize the product of our scholarship through two book publications. Rev. Dr. Sahaya Selvam has published a book titled Empirical Research, while Fr Antonio Magnate has published one titled Missionary Spirituality. The two books are fresh from press and add up to our learning and formation inventories at Tangaza. We thank them and encourage others to come up with publications that make them visible at the scholarly platform. We also request the members of staff to enter into joint research and publication engagements in order to uplift their portfolio. The Commission for University Education has stringent procedures and criteria for pro- February 2018 Preparing for Servant Leadership motion of academic staff. This can be obtained from the Commission’s website. It will help in our pre-assessment before formal application for promotion. The requirements can also be obtained from the Human Resource Officer. Finally, we plead with you to keep advertising our programmes to prospective students at all levels. With even fewer of the 2017 KCSE cohort attaining the university entry level compared to other years, we need to upscale our visibility and many potential students’ appetite for our programmes. You have done a commendable job. We are also making use of our website and other social platforms to reach out to as many students and parents as possible. If you have any suggestions, we are happy to accommodate them. Tangaza belongs to all of us and its success is our success. I commend you to the care of our God together with your families and members of the Religious congregations. God bless you.