Prof. Dorothy Nduku Mutisya Ph

Associate Professor-Humanities and Social Sciences and Director, Catering and Accommodation Services.

Primary Discipline

Geography-Agricultural Geography

 Degrees Awarded

  • [PhD], [Kenyatta University], [1997]    
  • [Master of Arts], [Kenyatta University], [1989]
  • [B.ED (ARTS)], [University of Nairobi], [1985]

Other Credentials/Recognitions & Awards

  • E-learning training

Research, Scholarly, Professional and Scientific Activities

  1. Mutisya, D. & Makokha, G. (2016) Challenges affecting adoption of e-learning in public universities in Kenya, E-Learning and Digital Media Vol 13, Issue 3-4 pp 140-157
  2. Makokha, G.L. & Dorothy Mutisya 2016 Status of e learning in Public Universities in Kenya. International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning Volume 17, Number 3  April – 2016
  3. Mutisya, D. & Justin W.  2009 Budget drinking: alcohol consumption in Kenyan Towns  Journal of Eastern Africa Studies Vol. 3, No 1 PP55-73, March 2009 Routledge; Taylor & Francis Group.
  4. Okaka, F. & Mutisya, D. 2008: Women and Housing in the City of Nairobi: Constraints and Opportunities, in East Africa Journal of Sciences (2008) Volume 2 (2) 170-175 
  5. Mutisya, D. 2006: The Gender Factor in Soil Conservation: The Case of Women Farmers in the Lower Masinga Dam Catchment, Kenya in Chemichemi International Journal of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kenyatta University Vol. 3, No 1
  6. Mutisya, D. 2006: Sand Harvesting and Its Environmental and Socioeconomic effects in arid and semiarid Kenya. P World Association Soil and Water Conser., PI: 82-90 in
  7. Recha, C.W, Shisanya C.A,. Makokha G.L. Mutisya, D. Okolla, J. Anyamba A. 2005: Exploring the Possibility to Predict South East Kenya NDVI Using Seasonal Climate Forecast in European Journal of Scientific Research Vol.3
  8. Mutisya, D. & Wamicha W.N. 2000: Soil loss through erosion in the upper Masinga Dam Catchment; in the Journal of Soil Society of East Africa, Soil Technologies for sustainable Smallholder Farming Systems in East Africa. 
  9. Mutisya, D. 1996: Socio-cultural and economic aspects of soil conservation in Kenya: an overview, in Journal of Eastern African Research and Development Vol. 26, 1996.
  10. Mutisya, D. & Mutiso, S.K.1992: Rainwater harvesting for crop production in Kenya: Research needs and Priorities In G.K. Bambrah (eds.) Rainwater catchment systems, Proc. of 2nd National Conference on Rainwater Catchment systems in Kenya, 1992
  11. Mutisya, D & Lado, C.1991: Some socio-economic factors behind roadside farming in Kiambu District, Kenya In Journal of East African Research and Development, Vol. 21, 1991, 107-127

Book Chapters

  • 2006: Contributor ‘Crops and Fodder lists in: Jaetzold R., Schidt H., and Shisanya C. Farm Management Handbook of Kenya, Vols 1, 2, and 3. 2nd Edition Ministry of Agriculture, Nairobi Mutisya, D. 1998:Socio-economic aspects of Subsistence farming and soil erosion in tropical catchments: the Tana River catchment, Kenya, (with Mutiso S.K.) In D. Harper and T. Brown, (eds.). The Sustainable Management of Tropical Catchments, John Wiley and Sons Chichester, 1998


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