Dr. Antony Somba is the Registrar Academic and Research. He holds a Bachelor Arts English and Literature from Kenyatta University, a Master’s Degree in English and Literature from Egerton University and a PhD in English Language and Linguistics from Kabarak University.
Dr. Somba is passionate about teaching & quality assurance and besides his core responsibility; he enjoys serving in his community church- AIC Kabarnet Farm as a Trainer and member of the Praise and Worship Team.
2011 – 2019: PhD English Language and Linguistics - Kabarak University
2005 – 2009: Master of English Language and Linguistics - Egerton University
1993 – 1997: Bachelors of Arts English and Literature - Kenyatta University
23rd to 26th May 2016: Cohort 4 Part I of the Quality Assurance Training Workshop in Entebbe, Uganda.
12th to 15th December 2016: Cohort 4 Part II of the Quality Assurance Training Workshop in Bujumbura, Burundi
2nd-7th May 2017: Cohort 4 Part III Quality Assurance Training – Dar Es Salaam -Tanzania
Jan 2020 – Present: Registrar Academic and Research
June 2019- December 2019: Ag. Registrar Academic and Research
March 2019- Present: Senior Lecturer, Kabarak University
1st September 2014 -February 2019: Lecturer, Kabarak University
May 2011- August 2014: Assistant Lecturer, Kabarak University
2009 – 2011: Part-time Lecturer;
Appointments to Administrative Positions at Kabarak University
November 2018 – December 2019: Director, Centre for Quality Assurance, Kabarak University, Kenya.
October 2015 –October 2018: Ag. Director, Centre for Quality Assurance, Kabarak University
August 2014 – September. 2015: Ag. Director Institutional Planning and Programming, Kabarak University
October. 2012– August. 2014: Coordinator: Teaching Practice and Community Service
October 2012 – Present: Member of University Senate
August 2014 -Present:
Appointments to Administrative Positions at Teachers’ Service Commission
January 2009- 2011 April: Promotion to Job Group M at Nakuru Boys’ High School
January 2001: Promotion to Job Group L at Kathonzweni High School
January 1998: Graduate Teacher - Teachers’ Service Commission. Kathonzweni High School
2003: Literacy Levels Among Lower Primary School Pupils
2008: Lexico-Semantic Errors in the Written English of Hearing Impaired Learners
2012: Challenges faced by Teachers of English in Nakuru County.
2012: The Role of Exposure in Acquisition of Lexico-Semantic Competence by Hearing Impaired Learners in Kenya
2016: Hearing – Impaired Communication Strategies
Pure and applied Linguistics, Language Acquisition by Hearing Impaired Learners, Quality Assurance in Higher Education
As members of Kabarak University family, we purpose at all times and in all places, to set apart in one’s heart, Jesus as Lord. (1 Peter 3:15)