MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH GROUP

MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH GROUP

Group Leader:

1 .Professor Chika Oguonu (B.Sc, Management; M.B.A. Finance; MSc, Pub Admin; Ph.D, Management)

Department of Public Administration & Local Government

University of Nigeria,

Nsukka

chika.oguonu@unn.edu.ng

 

Other Collaborators:

  1. Professor Stella Nwizu (B.Sc; M.Sc; Ph.D Education)

Department of Adult Education

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Stella.nwizu@unn.edu.ng

 

  1. Dr Christian Ezeibe (B.Sc. Pol Sc; M.Sc. Political Economy; Ph.D, Political Economy)

Department of Political Science

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Christian.ezeibe@unn.edu.ng

 

  1. Dr. Felicia Okwueze (B.Sc, Pol. Sc. MSc, Personnel Management; PhD, Human Resource Management)

Department of Public Admin. & Local Govt.

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Osondu.okwueze@unn.edu.ng

 

 

JUSTIFICATION FOR THE STUDY

 

Management plays a vital role in our lives as individuals who want to achieve a purposeful goal. This is because on our individual capacity to achieve a defined goal, we must employ managerial techniques. As an organized group, management plays even a greater role. The impact of effective management on organizational development cannot be overemphasized. Whenever people come together for an organized effort to achieve a common goal, the need for management becomes imperative. There is always need for some people to be at the helm of affairs of any organization. The efforts of different individuals which make up the organization also need to be properly coordinated towards the realization of common goal.

 

So in any organization, this special group of people, management who can be seen as power centres oversee the activities of other members and articulate things to be done and the way these things should be done. The word management therefore can be viewed from two perspectives. First as people, management refers to the key personnel within a system who hold leadership positions. Secondly, management can also be seen as a process of carrying out specific function in an organization. Management is therefore the coordination of the group activities for the realization of group objectives. It refers to the art of ensuring that organizational personnel do their work for the attainment of organizational goals. This is done through the combination and utilization of organizational resources (man, material and money). This entails management as people employing the managerial principles, strategies and techniques through managerial tools or functions which include planning, organizing, directing and controlling. These are the tools with which managers manage.

 

In its broad sense therefore management connotes effective combination and deployment of resources through the managerial tools of planning, organizing (departmentalization, staffing, etc), directing (communicating, leading, motivating) and controlling and their application to every type of organization (public and private) to attain goals. Meanwhile the necessity to acquire management competence in organizational leadership and management of human resources capital remains very crucial for strategic planning, coordination, directing and controlling large and complex organizations. Most studies on management glossed over an in- depth exploration of management strategies and techniques and their impact on organizational development. This research group in their study will fill this gap. In other words, the group will explore the application of management strategies and techniques as well as determine their impact on organizational development.

 

BROAD OBJECTIVES OF MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH GROUP IS TO:

Explore the application and determine the impact of management techniques, strategies, processes and procedures on organizational development.

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

The specific objectives are to:

  1. Examine the issues that relate to management of men and material resources in both private and public organizations
  2. Examine the types, processes and models of decision making in both private and public organizations
  3. Identify management techniques and strategies and explore their applications for organizational development.
  4. Assess the impact of management strategies on organizational development
  5. X-ray how the management of men and material resources in government agencies, ministries and parastatals, universities and other institutions of higher learning as well as manufacturing and service industries affects human and infrastructural development.

 

 

 

 

 

ATTACHMENT OF CVs:

                                         CURRICULUM VITAE

A.PERSONAL DATA:

Name: Professor Chika, Njideka, Oguonu Ph.D

SEX:                                                          Female.

HOME TOWN:                                         Nnewi.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT:                         Nnewi North.

STATE OF ORIGIN:                                 Anambra.

NATIONALITY:                                        Nigerian.

MARRITAL STATUS:                             Married.

OFFICE ADDRESS:                                 Public Administration & Local                                                                       Government,

Faculty of the Social Sciences,

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

DATE OF ASSUMPTION OF DUTY:     1st July, 1992

RANK/STATUS ON FIRST

APPOINTMENT:                                       Assistant Lecturer

PRESENT STATUS:                                 Professor

DATE OF LAST PROMOTION:               1st October, 2006

PHONE NUMBER:                                   2348038068240

E-mail Address:                                         cnoguonu@yahoo.com

Chika.oguonu@unn.edu.ng

  1. CAREER AND EDUCATION

ACADEMIC:     University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1992 to date

POSITION:       Professor 2006 to date

DEGREES HELD: Ph.D, MBA, M.Sc, B.Sc

 

  1. AREAS OF SPECIALISATION: Financial Management; Administrative Theory and Practice; Entrepreneurial Studies; Local Government Administration and Management.

 

 

 

 

  1. SCHOOLS ATTENDED WITH QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED, AND DATES OF ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES.

 

INSTITUTIONS:                                 DATES

Ebenato Primary School,

Otolo, Nnewi                                         !970 -1975; First School Leaving Certificate

 

Girls’ Secondary School,                     1975 -1980; West African School Certificate

Ozubulu                                                 Division One

 

 

University of Nigeria, Nsukka           1983-1987; B.Sc, Management, Second Class                                                                Honours, Upper Division

Thesis Title: The Problems of Labour                                                                Turnover in the Anambra State Education                                                                Commission

University of Nigeria, Nsukka           1991, MBA, Finance;                                                                     Thesis Title: Nigerian Monetary and Fiscal                                                                                   Policies and their Impact on the Banking                                                                  System (1979- 1988)

University of Nigeria, Nsukka           2001, M.Sc Public Administration

Thesis Title: Financing Local Governments                                                                  in  Enugu State.

University of Nigeria, Nsukka               1999, Ph.D Management (with emphasis on Local                                                                   Local Government Administration &                                                                               Management) Thesis Title: Optimal Material                                                                   Resources  Management in Nigeria Local                                                                   Government  System

 

  1. APPOINTMENT AND PROMOTIONS IN THE UNIVERSITY WITH DATES:
  1. Assistant Lecturer, Department of Public Administration & Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (26th June, 1992 to 01 October, 1993)
  2. Lecturer II, Department of Public Administration & Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. (01 October 1993 to 01 October 1998)
  3. Senior Lecturer , Department of Public Administration & Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka ( From 01 October 1998 ).
  4. Professor, Department of Public Administration & Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (From Oct 1, 2006)
  1. F. JOB EXPERIENCE:

( I ) ESTABLISHMENT                 DATE              POSITION HELD

  1. Co-operative and

Commerce Bank Ltd

Nsukka Branch.                       1987-1988           Youth Corper.

  1. National Population

Commission, Enugu                 1990                     Facilitator (1990 Head Count)

  1. Department of Political Science,

Georgia Southern University,

Statesboro GA, 30458                 2001-2002           Visiting Senior Fulbright                                                                                          Scholar

  1. U.S Department of States Bureau

of Education and Cultural Affairs   2003                 Participant, Workforce                                                                                         Development

  1. Department of Public Admin &

Local Government University of

Nigeria, Nsukka                             2006 to Date     Professor

 

 

( II ) OTHER RELEVANT TRAINING AND WORK EXPERIENCE:

  1. Participated in the UNDP/ University of Nigeria, Nsukka Training Programme for Local Government staff on Population and Development. Courses taught in the Programme are: Record keeping, Basic Mathematics and Basic Statistics.
  2. Resource person for National Workshop for the installation of the Model Financial Memoranda in the Local Government System in Nigeria organized by the office of Chief of General Staff (Local Government Unit) September – October, 1994.
  3. Commissioned Paper for national Workshop : Oguonu Chika N. (1994) “Stores and Supplies Management under the Revised   Financial Memoranda” being a commissioned background paper: for National OrientationWorkshop in the Installation of the Revised Financial Memoranda for Senior Local Government Affairs, Abuja.
  4. At various times, Professor Oguonu has been invited as a guest lecturer in various overseas Universities including the following:

–   University of Georgia, Athens, U.S.A.

–   Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio U.S.A.

–   Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia, U.S.A.

–   Georgia South Western State University, Americus, Georgia,

U.S.A and

–   Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio, U.S.A.

(III) Editorship of Journals:

1.Nigerian Journal of

Public Admin. &

Local Government                                Editor                                 1997 – 2001

  1. Nigerian Journal of Social Science                   Editor                                   2007 to 2013

 

  1. The  International  Journal of African

Studies,  National Resource Centre for

African  Studies, Central   State

University, Wilberforce, Ohio, U.S.A           Guest Editor                         2002 – 2005

4.Member, Editorial Board FWU, Journal, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto

Women University, Peshawar, Pakistan                                                           2015

 

(IV). Effective Department/Faculty Standing Committees and other relevant experience within and outside the University:

COMMITTEE            &                               POSITION HELD                                         DATE

 

  1. Departmental

Sandwich

Committee                                          Member                                   1992 – 1996

 

  1. Departmental

Examinations

Committee                                          Member                                   1992 – 1995

 

  1. Departmental UNDP

Committee                                          Member                                   1992 – 1995

 

  1. Departmental Board Secretary                                 1992 – 1995

 

  1. Departmental Welfare

Committee                                          Member                                   1997 – 1998

 

  1. Editorial Board

Nigerian Journal

Of Public Admin. &                           Business

Local Government                              Manager                                  1995 – 1998

 

  1. Departmental Sandwich Programme Co-ordinator                          1998

 

  1. Departmental

Conference/workshop

Committee                                          Member                                   1997 – 20

 

  1. Departmental Postgraduate

Committee                                          Member                               2001 till date

 

  1. Faculty Scholarship

Committee                                          Member                                 1992 – 1994

 

11        Faculty Week Committee                   Member                                1992 – 1994

 

  1. Faculty Week Committee Chairman                               2000 to 2002

 

  1. Faculty Scholarship Committee    Member                                2003 – 2005

 

  1. Faculty Representative on Junior Staff Housing Comm                               2006

 

  1.  Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria Co-ordinator, South                                                                 East Zone                                                                                             2008 -2010
  2. Chairman, Departmental Research and Publication Committee         2008- 2012
  3. External Examiner, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
  4. Senior Fulbright Scholar, Department of Political Science

Georgia Southern, University, Statesboro, G.A. U.S.A                       2001- 2002

  1. Associate Dean, Faculty of the Social Sciences,

University of Nigeria, Nsukka.                                                           2012-2014

  1. Faculty Representative at the Senate Entrance Board                         2014- Date
  2. Chairman, Committee to Update and Augment Services

provided by the Bursary Department                                                   2015

  1. Member Senate Ceremonial Committee                                             2014 – Date

 

SUPERVISION OF STUDENTS:

  • Have successfully supervised many students with the following degree s:

B.Sc, MPA, M.Sc, Ph.D

  1. Membership of Organizations:

-Member, Social Science Academy

– Member International Association of Workforce Professionals

– Member Fulbright Alumni Association

-Member International Association of University Women

– Member, Women Global Connection

– Member International Society for Third –Sector Research

-Member International Sociological Association

-International Association of Gender and Science and Technology (GASAT)

-President, Peace and Development Initiative, Enugu State Chapter

  1. PUBLICATIONS, RESEARCH, AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

Books: Mainline Books

Oguonu C.N & Anugwom E.E. (2006) Research Methods In Social Sciences, Fourth Dimension  Publishers, Enugu

 

Oguonu C. N. & Agu S.U. (2006) Basic Principles of Accounting, Academic Publishers, Enugu

 

Okoli F.C. & Oguonu C.N. (2011) Accountability and Inter-Branch Relations in   the Local Government System Nsukka: AP Express Publishers

 

Edited Books:

Oguonu C.N. (2014) Management and Development: A Contemporay Reading in Public           Administartion Abuja: Premium Publishing House

Onah R.C & Oguonu C.N (2010) Readings in Public Administration, Public   Administration and Local   Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, University Press.

Selected Chapters in Mainline Books:

Oguonu Chika N.(1995 ) “The Implementation of Financial Duties and   Responsibilities in the Local   Government System: A Case Study of  Nsukka Local Government” in National Orientation  and National  Development in Nigeria, Ogunna A. E., Ezegbe M. O. and Ogbeka S.N. (ed.) Umuahia:  Ark Publishers. PP 262-277.

Oguonu Chika N. (1995) “Auditing in Local Government” in Local Government                   Administration in Nigeria: Current Problems and Future Challenges. M. Ikejiani-Clark & F. Okoli (ed.), Lagos: Mangrove Publication. PP 80-91

 

Oguonu Chika N (2000) “The Accounting Framework for Public Accountability in                 Nigeria” in Public Accountability: Financial Management in Local Governments in Nigeria, E. Ozor (ed.). Lagos: Lizzibon Publishers.  PP 67-77

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2001) “Budgeting in the Nigerian Public Sector: A Case Study of             Local Government System” in Contemporary Issues in Public Administration,                               M. Ikejiani-Clark et al ed. Calabar: Baaj Int. Coy & Atlantic Publishing Coy. PP 234-243

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2002) “Local Government Environment and Industrial Relations:             An Overview” in Human Resources Management in the Local Government System in Nigeria E. O. Ezeani & B.C. Nwankwo ed. Nsukka: AP Publishers. PP 181-187.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2003) “Public Accountability of the Executive and the   Legislative Arms of Local   Government“ in Ezeani E. O. (eds.) Public  Accountability in Nigeria: Perspective and Issues  Enugu: Academic  Publishers. PP 366 – 378

Oguonu Chika N (2003) “Revenue Generation and Management in the Local  Government System    in Nigeria”, Vocalizing Africa: Perspectives in Governance, Education, Resource Management  and Health in Africa. Athens: African  Studies Institute, University of Georgia, Athens, U.S.A.  PP. 48-80

Oguonu Chika N. (2004) “Poverty, Social Policy and Women Participation in the Nigerian  Democratic Process” in Maduagwu M. & Mohammed A. (eds.) Challenges and Prospects of  Democratisation in Nigeria, Fulbright Alumni Book of Readings, No 2 PP 69 – 84

Oguonu C.N. (2008) “Public Private Partnership: An Imperative for Rural  Development in the  New Millennium” in Iwara A.U. (ed) Nigeria and the  Millennium Development Goals, Fulbright Alumni Association of Nigeria, Book of Readings, Lagos: Royal Birds Ventures. PP 67 – 78

.Oguonu Chika N. (2009) “Gender Based Violence and Women Exclusion in “  Conflict Resolution”  in Ikejiani-Clark (eds) Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution in Nigeria: A Reader Ibadan:   Spectrum Books Publishers. PP 339 – 350

Oguonu C.N. & Ikeanyibe O, (2010) “Strategic Resource Management for Efficient Service Delivery  in the Nigerian Local Government System” in Onah R.C & Oguonu C.N (ed) Readings in   Public Administration,  Nsukka: University  of Nigeria Press PP 178 – 183

Oguonu C.N.(2010) Entrepreneurship in Nnewi North Local Government” (2010) in G.E.K.  Ofomata & Uwazurike C. (eds.) A Survey of Igbo Nation, (Vol. 2), New York: Mason & Kpuff Publishing Company. Pp  622-645.

Oguonu C.N. (2014) “Management: An Overview” in Oguonu C.N. (ed.) Management and Development: A Contemporary Reading in Public Administration Abuja: Premium Publishing House.PP 1 – 33

SELECTED JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Oguonu Chika N. (1995 ) “The Problems of Accountable Management in the Civil Service”.  Nigerian Journal of Public Administration and Local Government. Department of Public  Administration and Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Vol. VI No. 1. PP 95- 104.

 

Oguonu Chika N.(1995) “Towards a Conceptualization of Financial Duties and

Responsibilities in the Local Government System”. Nigerian Journal of                 Public Administration and Local Government. Department of Public Administration and  Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.  Vol. VI No 2. PP.81-97.

 

.Oguonu Chika N.(1997) “Financial and Administrative Control in the Nigerian  Civil   Service”. Nigerian Journal of Public Administration and Local Government Department of Public   Administration and Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Vol. VIII, No 1. PP.81- 95.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2003) “The Problems and Prospects Of Internal Revenue  Generation in  the    Nigerian Local Governments: A Case Study of Enugu  State” Nigerian  Journal of Social  Sciences, Faculty of the Social    Sciences, University of Nigeria,  Nsukka. Vol. II  No 1  PP 135- 154.

 

Oguonu Chika N.(2004) “Fiscal Jurisdiction and Administration Among the Three  Tiers of  Government: A Case of Local Government System”.  Nigerian   Journal of Public Administration and Local Government, Department of  Public Administration and Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Vol. 11 No 2 PP 27-48.

 

Oguonu Chika N.(2005) “Women and the Politics of Exclusion in Nigeria” The  International  Journal of African Studies, National Resource Centre for  African  Studies, Central   State University, Wilberforce, Ohio, U.S.A Vol  4.1 (Winter) PP 29-45.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2005) “Poverty in Nigeria, Social Policy and Women Participation” The International Journal of African Studies, National Resource Centre for African   Studies, Central   State  University, Wilberforce, Ohio, U.S.A. , Vol. 4.1 (Winter) PP 77-95.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2005) “Poverty and Environmental Degradation in Nigeria” African Journal of Political Science and Administrative Studies”, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Ebonyi State University, Abakiliki.  Vol 2 No 1 PP 236-245.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2006) “Nigeria and the United Nations” African Renaissance,                 Adonis & Abbey publishers, London. (Jan ) Vol. 3 No 3 PP 104-109

 

.Oguonu Chika N.(2006) “ Ethnicity and Sustainable Development in Nigeria Local

Government System” International Journal of Studies in the Humanities    (IJOSH)  University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Volume 4 No 2, PP.162-173

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2006) “Conflicts in the Local Government System: The  Pecuniary Dimension” Journal of Social and Policy Issues, International   Research and  Development Institute, (Jan )Volume 3 No 3 PP 6-131.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2007) “Effective Entrepreneurship in Nigeria: The Key to  Sustainable Development in the New Millennium” Nigerian Journal of  Social Sciences,  Vol. 4 No 2   PP 130 -142

 

Oguonu Chika N (2007) “Due Process and Procurement in the Nigerian Public   Sector” African Renaissance, London: Adonis & Abbey Publishers.                    

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2007) “A Comparative Analysis of Local Government Finances in Nigeria and United States” Nigerian Journal of the Social   Sciences, University of  Nigeria, Nsukka. Vol. IV No 1. PP 137 – 151

 

Oguonu Chika N (2007) “Mass Mobilization and Women Participation in Community Development as a Vehicle for Improved Security at the   Grassroots: A Case Study of Better Life Programme for Rural     Women in Nigeria”  African   Journal of   Indigenous  Development Vol. 3 No 1 PP 28-35

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2007) “Traditional Institutions and Management of Ethnic Conflicts in Nigeria: A Case Study of Ijaw and Itsekiri” Nigerian Journal of  Public Administration & Local Government Vol. XIII, No 1 PP 1- 14

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2007) “Ethnicity and Sustainable Development in Nigerian Local Government System:    Lessons from the United States of  America African Journal of  Indigenous     Development Vol. 3 No 1 PP 1-12

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2007) “Manpower Planning in Nigerian Organizations” International  Journal of Studies in the Humanities (IJOSH) Vol. 4 PP 112 -118

 

Oguonu C.N. (2008) Women and Family Financial Management in the Nigerian   Economy: A Case Study of South – Eastern Nigeria” Journal of Liberal  Studies Vol 12 No 2 PP 253 – 274

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2009) “The Contribution of Women to Socio- Economic Development  in Enugu State Nigeria” Nigerian Journal of Public Administration and Local Government Volume XIV NO 2 PP 232 -248

 

Oguonu Chika N (2012) “The impact of Fiscal Management on Grassroots Development in Nigeria” Nigerian Journal of the Social  Sciences,  Vol. VIII No 1. PP 69 –   86

 

Oguonu, C.N & Ezeibe, C.C. (2014) “Access to Formal and Informal Credits by Smallholder              Farmers in Nigeria” The Social Sciences, Medwell Journals 9 (6) 476 -481

Oguonu, C.N & Ezeibe, C.C. (2014) “Political Corruption, and Economic Growth in Nigeria” Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 5 No 27 325 – 332

 

Oguonu C.N. & Ezeibe C.C. (2014) “African Union and Conflict Resolution in Nigeria” Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 5 No 27 69 -77

 

Selected Published Conference Proceedings:

Oguonu Chika N. (1994) “Stores and Supplies Management under the Revised Financial Memoranda for Local Government” Commissioned Background Paper for National  Orientation Workshop on the use of the Revised Financial Memoranda for Senior Local  Government Functionaries, organized by the Ministry for State and Local Government   Affairs, Abuja.  PP 85-108

Oguonu Chika N. (1995) “The Essential Features of the Financial Memoranda and the Duties and Responsibilities of Local Government officials”, Abuja Okoli F. and Oguonu C. (eds.) Workshop on Accountability of Area Councils in F.C.T., Atlanto Publishers..

Oguonu Chika N.(1995) “Motivating the Revenue Collectors Towards Effective  Revenue   Collection at the Local Government level” E.C. Emezi et al (ed.)National  Seminar/Workshop on Internal Revenue  Generation: Strategies, Problems and Prospects for Local Government Officials (U.N.N. Catchments Area) First Data Search Ltd, Awka. PP 67-71

Oguonu Chika N. (1996) “Executive Leadership in Policy Formulation: The Budget as a Policy  Document” Okoli F. and Oguonu C. (eds.) Orientation Workshop on Inter Branch Relation at the Local Government Level Under the Presidential System for Newly Elected Chairmen, Supervisory councilors and the  Principal Functionaries in FCT Area Councils Atlanto Publishers   PP 23-31

Oguonu Chika N. (2006) “Traditional Institutions and Management of Ethnic   Conflicts in Nigeria:   The Case Study of Ijaw and Itsekiri” XVI World Congress of Sociology on  The Quality of Social   Existence in a Globalising World held at International Convention Centre, Durban, South               Africa. PP 244-  253.

Oguonu Chika N (2006) “The Contribution of Women to Socio-Economic Development  in   Nigeria: A Case Study of Enugu State” J.C  Kimmel et al ed.  Affirming   Diversity: Women Making a Difference, 2006 International  Women Conference, International Conference Centre San Antonio Texas, U.S.A  (Jan) P.P 221-234

Oguonu Chika N (2006) “Women and Sustainable Agricultural Policies in Nigeria:  A Panacea for Poverty Alleviation at Grassroots in the New   Millennium” Barbara Hodgson and Denise Scott Fears (ed),  Challenging and Changing the Status  Quo , 12th  International GASAT  Conference, University of  Brighton, United Kingdom (Sept)

SOME OF THE APPLIED RESEARCHES UNDERTAKEN INCLUDE:

S/NO TITLE OF RESEARCH DATE FUNDING

AGENCY

STATUS IN

THE

RESEARCH

1. Enrollment Trend and Drop out in Primary Schools in Eastern States of Nigeria ( 1993-1997 ).  

 

1997

 

 

UNICEF

 

Co-Researcher

2. Appraisal of Local Government Training Scheme (1976-1998 ): The Case of the catchments Local Governments in University of Nigeria, Nsukka.  

 

 

2000/

2001

 

 

University

Of Nigeria

Nsukka

 

 

 

Principal

Researcher

3. Revenue Sources For Local Governments in the United States and Nigeria and Methods of Maximizing them: A Comparative Analysis.  

 

2001/

2002

 

 

 

Fulbright

 

 

Principal

Researcher

 

  1. SELECTED CONFERENCES AND LEARNED SOCIETY ACTIVITIES:

Oguonu Chika N. (2015) “Business Strategies for Effective Entrepreneurship: A Panacea for             Sustainable Development and Livelihood in the Family” 2nd International Conference on             Business Strategy and Social Sciences held at Movenpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel, Dubai.

Oguonu Chika N. (2014) “Public Order Act and Peaceful Protest in Nigeria” 11th              International Conference of the International Society for third Sector Research              (ISTR) held at Westfalische Wilhdms –Universitat Munster, Germany, July 22nd –              July 25th.

Oguonu Chika N. (2014) “Gender- Based Violence and Deterrent Strategies in Nigeria” 12th              International Interdisciplinary Conference on Women held in Hyderabad, India, 17th              – 22nd August.

Oguonu Chika N. (2014) “Budgeting Under the International Public Sector Accounting              Standards” International Public Sector Accounting Standards Workshop Organized              by the Department of Public Administration and Local Government, University of              Nigeria, Nsukka for Local Government Officials in Ebonyi State.

Oguonu Chika N. (2013) “Women and Political Leadership in Nigeria” a Paper presented at the International Federation of University Women Triennial Conference at Kadir Has  University, Istanbul Turkey.

Oguonu Chika N (2007) Effective Entrepreneurship in Nigeria: The Key to  Sustainable Development in the New Millennium” A paper presented at 29th  Triennial Conference of the              International Federation of University Women  (IFUW) held at University of Manchester,               England (10th to 16th August)

Oguonu Chika N. (2006) “Traditional Institutions and Management of Ethnic Conflicts in Nigeria: The Case Study of Ijaw and Isekiri” XVI World congress of Sociology on the Quality of Social Existence in a Globalising World held at  International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2006) “The Contribution of Women to Socio-Economic  Development in            Nigeria: A Case Study of Enugu State” 2006 International Women Conference,            Affirming Diversity: Women Making a Difference, International Conference Centre, San            Antonio, Texas, U.S.A.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2006) “Women and Sustainable Agricultural Policies in Nigeria: A Panacea for Poverty Alleviation at grassroots in the New Millennium” A paper delivered at the 12th International GASAT Conference; Challenging and Changing the Status Quo held at the University of Brighton, United Kingdom (3rd to 8th Sept)

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2005) “Women and Family Financial Management in Nigeria”  A   paper delivered at the Women International Interdisciplinary Congress on Embracing the Earth, Seoul, Korea (June 19-24).

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2004) “Nigeria and the United Nations: A Reflection” A Seminar paper presented to Independent Policy Group (Obasanjo’s Think Tank), Nigeria and the United Nations Reform held at Abuja.

 

.Oguonu Chika N.(2002) “Poverty in Nigeria: Social Policy and Women  Participation” 28th Annual  Third World Conference, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Oguonu Chika N.(2002) “Marginalization of Women in Nigerian Politics”, Southern               Interdisciplinary Roundtable on African Studies, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, Kentucky, U.S.A.

Oguonu Chika N. (2002) “Contemporary Nigeria, with Special Emphasis On

Women and the Politics of Exclusion” Third World in Perspective Program

Seminar, Georgia South Western State University, Americus, Georgia, U.S.A.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2002) “Local Government Revenue Generation in Nigeria:

The Problems and Prospects” being a paper presented at the African Studies Institute, University of Georgia Athens, U.S.A.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2002) “Revenue Generation and Management in the Local

Government System in Nigeria” Paper presented at the Annual Fulbrght

Lecture Series, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia, U.S.A.

 

Oguonu Chika N. (2002) “Revenue Generation and Management in the

Local Government System in Nigeria” paper presented at the Occasional

Lecture Series, Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio U.S.A.

Fulbright Visiting Scholar Conference on “The Image of America Around the

World” Wyndham City Center, Washington, DC, U.S.A. April 3-6, 2002

 

Oguonu Chika N. (1994) “Stores and Supplies Management under the Revised   Financial              Memoranda” being a commissioned background paper: for National Orientation              Workshop in  the Installation of the Revised Financial Memoranda for Senior Local              Government Affairs, Abuja.

 

J. Inaugural Lecture

Oguonu C.N (2012) “ Fiscal Management and Grassroots Development : Issues and                Concerns in the Nigerian Context”. The 71st Inaugural Lecture of University of                Nigeria Nsukka. Nsukka: Senate Ceremonial Committee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Personal Profile

Stella C Nwizu, Ph.D

Position:                              Professor

Contact Details:                Department of Adult Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.  e-mail stellanwizu@unn.edu.ng

Brief Biography

Stella is an expert in Extension and Distance Education with emphasis on material development and evaluation in extension and distance education. Stella holds a bachelor’s degree in Education Economics (Second Class Hons Upper Division). Her doctorate degree is in Extension and Distance Education. She has published over 45 papers in various learned journals and presented papers at national and international conferences. At the University of Nigeria, Stella rose to the rank of Professor, Department of Adult Education and Extra-Mural Studies. She has been involved in various projects relating to quality education for sustainable development. Some of these projects have already been completed and were sponsored by development organizations and agencies.

 

Her areas of research interests are in designing extension education programmes, material development and evaluation in distance education, non-formal/ literacy education, information communication technology in education, women’s education and human resource development.

 

Courses Taught

  • Distance Education
  • Adult Education and International Scene
  • Designing Extension Education Programmes
  • Innovation in Adult education
  • Financing Adult education
  • Economics of Adult Education
  • Designing Instructional Materials in Distance Education
  • Comparative Studies in Distance Education
  • Administration of Distance Education

 

Other Scholarly Activities (Membership of Professional Bodies)

  • Member, Community and Adult Education Research Society of Nigeria.(CARESON
  • Associate Fellow, African Institute for Applied Economics (AIAE)
  • Nigerian National Council for Adult Education. (NNCAE)
  • Association for Promoting Quality Education in Nigeria. (APQEN)
  • Gender Association in Science, Arts and Technology. (GASAT)
  • National Association of Women Academics. (NAWACS)
  • Nigerian Educational Research Association (NERA)
  • Assistant Secretary, Nigerian National Council for Adult Education
  • Assistant Editor, CARESON Journal of Development
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Adult Education and Development (JAED)
  • Editor, International Journal for Education, Science and Public Policy in Africa           (IJESPPA)
  • Review Editor, Sage Open Access Publication

 

Current Research and Publications

 

Nwizu, S.C (2010). Attaining the millennium development goals (MDGs) in Nigeria through distance education (DE): opportunities and needed reforms. Journal of adult education and development. 4(1)

 

Nwizu, S.C. (2010). Networking for lifelong learning and development in africa: Implications for distance learning technologies. Journal of Nigerian Educational Research Association. 15(1).

 

Nwizu, S.C. (2011). Implementing internal quality assurance strategies by distance education institutes of nigerian universities: perception of distance education staff. International Journal of Educational Research 11(1).

 

Nwizu, S.C. (2011). Contributions and Future Directions of Literacy Extension Programmes of University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN). Journal of Adult Education and Development 5 (1)

 

Nwizu, S.C. & Obetta, K.C. (2011) Innovative Strategies in Adult Literacy Education in Nigeria. In Fajonyomi A. (ed.) Adult Education and Extension Services. Maiduguri: Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Department.

 

Ezeudu,S., Ezeani, E., Onuoha, J. & Nwizu, S. (2011). Nigeria at Fifty: Issues, Challenges and Agenda Vol. I. Enugu: Timex Publisher.

 

Ezeudu,S., Ezeani, E., Onuoha, J. & Nwizu, S. (2011). Nigeria at Fifty: Issues, Challenges and Agenda Vol. 2. Enugu: Timex Publisher.

 

Selected Project Experiences

 

  • Redesigning the Curriculum for the Market/Mechanic Village School Programmes in south eastern Nigeria (Funded by ETF)
  • Impact Assessment of the Federal Teachers Scheme of the Universal Basic Education in South East Nigeria (Funded by UBE)
  • Assessment of Gaps in Non Formal Education Delivery in UNICEF ‘A’ Field States of Nigeria (Funded by UNICEF)
  • Capacity Building Project for Literacy Instructors/ Facilitators (Funded by NMEC).
  • Project on Restructuring of Adult and Non-Formal Education Minimum Standards (Funded by National Commission for Colleges of Education)
  • Capacity Building Project for Officers on Grade levels 14-16 in the Federal Civil Service (OHCSN) (Funded by MDGs)
  • Critiquing, Editing and Formatting of Developed Document Titled; NFE in Nigeria: Policy Issues and Practice. (Funded by National Commission For Mass Literacy Adult and Non-Formal Education)

 

Selected previous publications

 

  • Nwizu, S.C. (1998). Literacy level of rural women on basic environmental issues: an assessment of empirical evidence from Omor, Anambra state. Benin journal of educational studies. (11) 1& 2.

 

  • Nwizu, S. C. (2001). Perception of NTI students on the effectiveness of tutor-interaction in distance education, African journal of education. (6) 2.

 

  • Nwizu, S.C. (2001). In search of a suitable methodology for adult education: the role of distance education through information technology. International journal of educational research (5).

 

  • Nwizu, S. C. and Ekwelem, V. O. (2002). Accessibility and factors inhibiting effective use of information media by adult learners in the democratization of knowledge. International journal of arts and technology education (2) 1.

 

  • Nwizu S.C. (2003). Availability and utilization of media for distance education programmes of Nigerian universities. Journal of world council for curriculum and instruction (WCCI) Nigerian chapter forum (4) 1

 

  • Nwizu, S.C. (2003). Innovations in material development for adult learners in the universal basic education. The Nigerian universal basic education journal (2)

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  • Nwizu, S. C. (2004) Developing knowledge-based societies: challenges for tertiary distance education and distance educators. Health and movement education journal. (8) 1

 

  • Nwizu, S. C. and Ekwelem, V. O. (2004). Distance education and information technology in the new millennium. Journal of research in education. (3) 1.

 

  • Nwizu, S. C. (2005). Challenges and strategies in the distance education of women. Journal of adult education and development. (3) 1

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  • Nwizu, S. C. (2005). Challenges and strategies in the distance education of women. Journal of adult education and development. (3) 1

 

  • Nwizu, S.C. (2008). The role of distance education (DE) institutions in ameliorating the challenges of women retirees. Journal of Educational Foundations 5(1)
  • Nwizu, S.C (2010). Attaining the millennium development goals (MDGs) in Nigeria through distance education (DE): opportunities and needed reforms. Journal of adult education and development. 4(1)

 

  • Nwizu, S.C. (2010). Networking for lifelong learning and development in africa: Implications for distance learning technologies. Journal of Nigerian Educational Research Association. 15(1).

 

  • Ogwo, B.A., Onwe, V.E. & Nwizu, S.C. (2010). Globalized Workforce development and Responsible Global citizenship through e-Literacy Capacity building Programs for Low Income African Countries. In Mamumbe, B.M. (ed). E-Agriculture and E-Government for global Policy Development: Implications and Future Directions. Hershey NY: Information Science Reference (162-175).

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Name:                                                  EZEIBE Christian Chukwuebuka

Date of Birth:                                     5th June 1985

Sex:                                                       Male

Nationality:                                        Nigerian

State of Origin:                 Anambra

Local Government Area:              Aguata

Home Town:                                      Ezinifite

Marital Status:                  Married

 

Contact Address:                             Department of Political Science

University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Mobile Number:                              0803-774-1813

Email:                                                   titikris2003@yahoo.com;christian.ezeibe@unn.edu.ng

Present Position:                             Lecturer 1 (1st   October, 2014)

 

Qualification:                                    B Sc. Political Science (First Class Honours) University of Nigeria, Nsukka. September, 2007.

 

MSc. Political Science (Political Economy) University of Nigeria, Nsukka. May, 2010.

 

Ph.D, Political Science (Political Economy) University of Nigeria, Nsukka. June , 2013. (the 1st in UNN)

 

Areas of Specialization:       Political economy of Africa, Subsidy Regimes; African Poverty,

Economic Reforms and Development in Africa, Labour

Migration and remittances

 

National Service                              Collation Officer, 2011, Governorship/ House of Assembly Elections National Assembly; Presidential Election, Udi LGA, Enugu State.

 

Local Government Collation Officer, National Assembly and Presidential Election, Igbi Etiti LGA Enugu State.

 

Local Government Collation Officer, Governorshio / State House of Assembly Election, Awgu LGA Enugu State.

Employment History:    Graduate Assistant, Department of Political Science

University of Nigeria, Nsukka (22-01-2009 to 30-04-2010)

 

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Political Science

University of Nigeria, Nsukka (01-05 2010 to 30-09-2011)

 

Lecturer 11, Department of Political Science

University of Nigeria, Nsukka (01-10- 2011 to 30-09-2014)

 

Lecturer 1, Department of Political Science

University of Nigeria, Nsukka (01-10- 2014 to Present)

 

 

Committees :                        Member, E- Learning Committee for Faculty of the Social

Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 2009 to date

 

Chairman, E- Learning Committee for Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 2012 to 2014

 

Member, Entrance Board, Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. August 2010 to 2012

 

Member, Examinations Committee Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. August 2010 to 2012.

 

Member, Examinations Committee Department of Political Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 2010 to 2012.

 

Member, Faculty of the Social Sciences Journal Committee, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 2014 to date.

 

Chairman, Department of Political Science Library Committee, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 2013 to date.

 

 

Editorship of Journals:                  Member, Editorial Board, Journal of International Politics and Development Studies, 2008 to Present.

Member, Editorial Board, Nigerian Journal of Politics and Administration, 2009 to Present.

 

Member, Editorial Board, Nigerian Journal of Social Sciences, 2010 to Present .

 

Other Position:                     Web Content Manager, Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Nigeria, 2010 to August 2014

 

Professional Affiliations:             Member, National Political Science Association

Member, Harvard Model United Nations Society

                                                          

Awards:                                 Best Graduate, Faculty of the Social Sciences University of Nigeria Nsukka, 2006/2007

 

Best Graduate, Department of Political Science University of Nigeria Nsukka, 2006/2007.

 

Certificates:                                       Blackboard, 2012

 

Publications:

 

  1. Book

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2015) ABC of Political Economy: A Beginners Guide to Understanding the State and Economy. Enugu : University of Nigeria Press Ltd.

 

  1. Chapters in Mainline Books:  

 

  1. Ezeani E.O. & Ezeibe C. C. (2011) “Defence Expenditure and National Security in Nigeria” in O. Mbachu and A.A. Sokoto (eds) Nigerian Defence and Security: Policies and Strategies. Kaduna: Medusa Academic Publishers Limited. Pp.227-252.

 

  1. Ikeanyibe M. O. & Ezeibe C. C. (2012) “Regional Integration in West Africa: Exploring the Option of Leveraging Workforce Diversity in the Academia and University System,” in Chaunda L. Scott & Marilyn Y. Byrd (eds.) Handbook of Research on Workforce Diversity in a Global Society: Technologies and Concepts. Hershey Pennsylvania : Business Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global). Pp. 1-17.

 

 

  1. Journal Articles    

 

 

  1. Ezeibe, C.C. & Onyeagba, J.B.C.(2008) “Micro- Finance Scheme and Crisis of Poverty Alleviation Programme in Nigeria”. Journal of International Politics and Development Studies, 4, No. 2   July- December Pp. 281-296.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2009) “Relevance and Limitations of President Yar’adua’s 7 Point Agenda”. African Renaissance, 6, No.3 & 4. Pp. 33-41.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C.& Eke A. O (2009) “Fiscal Federalism and Wage Fixtures in Nigeria: A case for National Development”. Nigerian Journal of   Politics and Administration, Vol. 2, No. 1. Pp. 105- 119.

 

  1. Ezeibe, C.C.(2009) “The Political Economy of Fiscal Federalism and Ethnic Violence in the Niger Delta”. Journal of International Politics and Development Studies, 5. No. 1 January/June Pp. 55-70.

 

  1. Ezeibe, C.C.(2009) “Political Leadership and Interstate Relations in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1960-2010”. Professor Bassey Andah Journal of Cultural Studies, 2. Pp. 145-159.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2010) “Political Economy of Poverty and Poverty Alleviation Programmes, 1999- 2009”, .African   Renaissance, 7, No.2. Pp.25-38

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2010) “Impeachment Clause in the 1999 Constitution and Challenges of Legislative Oversight Function in Nigeria: An Appraisal”, Legislative Practice Review, Vol 2, No 1. Pp. 99-110.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2010) “Inter-Religious Conflicts and Crisis of Development in Nigeria: Who Benefits?” Arts and Social Sciences Research Journal, Vol 1 . Pp. 112-132.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2010) “ Child Trafficking in Sub- Saharan Africa: Continuation of Slavery by other Means” .African   Renaissance, 7, No.3-4. Pp.29-40.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2010) “Federal Character Principles and Nationality Question in Nigeria” Arts and Social Sciences Research Journal . Vol. 2 . Pp. 79-88.

 

  1. Ezeibe, C.C. & Nnnamani D.C (2010) “National Security and President Yar’adua’s Amnesty Programme in the Niger Delta: A Political Economy of Peace Making Process ”, Journal of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Vol. 2, December.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2011) “African Growth and Opportunity Act: Myth and Reality” Africana . Vol. 5 . No 2. Pp. 56-75

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2011) “ The Greenside of Political Economy in the Niger Delta: From Utopian to Scientific Ecological Modernization” Nigerian Journal of Geography and the Environment, Vol 2, No 2. Pp. 360-375.

 

  1. Ezeibe, C.C. (2011) “Inter-Governmental Fiscal Relations and the Challenges of Rural Development in Nigeria”, International Journal Series on Tropical Issues, Vol. 12. No.2, August. Pp. 171-185.

 

  1. Ezeibe, C.C. & Iwuoha, V.C. (2011) “The Political Economy of Public Service Accountability in Nigeria”, Arabian Journal of Business and Management review, 1. No.4, November. Pp. 8-18.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. & Okeke M I (2011) “The Political Economy of Zoning Public Offices in Nigeria: Implications for Federalism and Development” The Nigerian Journal of Management Research, 6 No 2. Pp. 63-71.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2011) “National Security and Pipeline Vandalization in Nigeria: A Cause –Effect Analysis” University of Nigeria Journal of Political Economy, 5 No 1&2. Pp. 75-82.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. & Eze Marcel O (2012) “The Political Economy of Kidnapping in Nigeria: The South East Experience” Journal of Liberal Studies, 15 No 1. Pp. 23-35.

 

  1. Ezeibe, C.C. & Iwuoha, V.C. (2012) “AFRICOM and Nigeria’s Security: An Analysis of US Interest in the Niger Delta”, The Constitution, 12. No.1, March . Pp. 67-92.

 

  1. Eme, O.I. & Ezeibe C. C. (2012) “Implications of ‘Kleptocracy’ in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: A Political Economy Approach ” Nigerian Journal of Social Sciences, 8, No 2. Pp. 65-94.

 

  1. Ezeibe, C. (2012). “Military Interventions in French West Africa and Economic Community of West African States”, African Renaissance, 9 (2): 95-108.

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2013) “Hate Speech and Post Electoral Violence in Africa”, .African  

         Renaissance, Vol. 10, Nos.2 & 4. Pp. 75-87.

 

  1. Onyishi Anthony & Ezeibe C. C (2014) “ National Youth Service Corps Scheme and National Development”, Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences & Humanities 4 No IV. Pp. 67-73

 

  1. Onyishi A. & Ezeibe C. C (2014) “ Governance and Enthronement of Poverty in Nigeria”, Arts and Social Sciences Journal V 5 No 2 Pp. 1-8.

 

  1. Oguonu C. & Ezeibe C. C (2014) “ Access to Formal and Informal Credits by Smallholder Farmers in Nigeria ”, The Social Sciences. 9 No 6. Pp. 476-481.

 

  1. Oguonu C. & Ezeibe C. C (2014) “Political Corruption and Economic Growth in Nigeria”, Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 No 2. Pp 69-76.

 

  1. Oguonu C. & Ezeibe C. C (2014) “ African Union and Conflict Resolution in Africa”,

     Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 5 No 27. Pp. 325-332.

 

  1. Published Conference Proceedings

 

  1. Ezeibe C. C. (2011) “Training Needs and Training of Personnel in Enugu State Police

Command” in S.A. Ezeudu, E.O. Ezeani, J.Onuoha and S. Nwizu (eds.) Nigeria at Fifty:

     Issues , Challenges and Agenda (Vol 2). Enugu: Timex Enterprises. Pp 34-55.

      

Conferences:                         53rd Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) held on

the 15th -18th February, 2007 at Boston Park Plaza, United States of America

 

1st International Conference on How Africans Underdeveloped African organized by Faculty of Social Science Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka from 19th to 22nd May 2009. Paper Read: Structure of Electoral Machinery and Underdevelopment in Africa (Co Author – Dr. A.M.N Okolie)

 

3rd South-East Zonal Conference of Nigerian Political Science Association at Federal Polytechnic Oko, Anambra State from 27th to 29th September 2010. Paper Read: National Security and President Yaradua’s Amnesty Programme in the Niger Delta: A Political Economy of Peace making Process

 

1st Biennial Faculty of Arts International Conference on African Culture in the Making of the Modern World at University of Ibadan, Ibadan from 6th to 10th   June 2011. Paper Read: The Political Economy of 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa: Benefit /Myth Analysis.

 

1st Joint International Conference of Faculties of Education and Social Sciences at University of Nigeria Nsukka from 20th to 23rd June 2011. Paper Read: Training Needs and Training of Personnel in Enugu State Police Command

 

 

Referees:                                 Professor Emmanuel, Ezeani                            

Director, CEDR

University of Nigeria,   Nsukka

Onyebuchi.ezeani@unn.edu.ng

 

Professor Aloysius Okolie                          

Department of Political Science

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Aloysius.okolie@unn.edu.ng

Professor Chike Ofuebe

Department of Public Administration and local Government

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Chike.ofuebe@unn.edu.ng

 

 

 

 

                                                CURRICULUM VITAE

1. NAME:                   Dr. Felicia Osondu Okwueze (PhD)

  1. DATE OF BIRTH:           24th April, 1968
  2. JOB STATUS:               Lecturer 1
  3. CONTACT ADDRESS: Department of Public Administration and local Government studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka
  4. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS: B. sc in Political Science, 1997
  5. sc in Personnel management, 2002

P.hD in 2014

  1. Nationality;   Nigerian
  2. Conferences/workshops

1) Topic; “Work and Gender Prejudice in Africa and Beyond” a paper presented in a conference at Women’s world conference, University of Hyderabad, India 17-22nd August, 2014.

2) Topic; Prejudice, Personnel Recruitment and Nation Building. 2014 annual scientific       conference and research methodology workshop. 25th-27th June, 2014.

3) Topic; Alternative strategies for revenue generation at the local government level; National workshop for local Government key functionaries on September,2014.

4) Organizational Time Management: Managing Time for Results. Workshop on Manpower Planning and Utilization in Local Government Administration in Nigeria held at Njikoka Local Government Area of Anambra State from 21st-22nd of July, 2008.

7) Membership of Professional Associations

     1) American society for Public Administration (ASPA)

2) United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN).

8) Membership of Committees;

     1) Co-coordinator / chairman sandwich committee.

2) Member departmental matriculation committee.

3) Member departmental welfare committee.

4) Member environmental committee.

 

 

  1. Publications;

1) National Assembly and its controversial pension: A critique. Singaporean Journal of Buisness, Economic and Management Studies. Vol 3, No. 1, 2014.

2) The Legal Basis of Due Process in Nigerian Public Administration: A Focus on Proper Procurement and Award of Contract Procedure.

(3) TOPIC; E- Governance as a tool for public sector development in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Arts and social sciences. Vol 2, 2010.

(4)TOPIC; Public Administration in the Public Private Partnership, (PPP) as a strategy for National Development. Nigerian Journal of Social Sciences. Vol . 7 No. 2, 2011.

(5)TOPIC; Development and Governance at the Grassroots: A Study of Nigeria’s Agricultural Development Programmes. Governance at the Grassroots. A publication of the Institute of African Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 2010.

(6) Understanding the poor performance of Nigerian Public Enterprises with the theories of Administrative weaknesses.

7) The legal basis of due process in Nigerian Public Administration: A focus on proper procurement and award of contract procedure. By Malachy Ike Okwueze and Felicia osondu Okwueze. In Key Issues in Local Government and Development.

8) The History and Dynamics of Local Government in Nigeria. By okwueze Felicia. A book chapter in Readings in Public Administration.

9) E- Governance As a tool for Public Sector Development in Nigeria. By Okwueze Felicia o. In International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences, vol 2, 2010.