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Lecturer II

Rural Sociology

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Ares of Research Interest & Specialty

  • Rural Sociology
  • Environmental Sociology

School Attended and Qualifications Obtained With Dates

  • University of Uyo, Nigeria [Ph. D in Sociology (Rural Sociology & Community Development)] 2005
  • University of Uyo, Nigeria [M.Sc. in Sociology (Rural Sociology) ] 2001
  • University of Uyo, Nigeria [P.G.D in Local Government & Rural Development] 1998
  • University of  Port Harcourt [P.G.D in Sociology (Environmental Sociology)] 2010
  • University of Port Harcourt, [B.sc. (Hons.) in Geography ] 1989

Membership of Professional Associations

  • Nil

Work Experience

Teaching Experience

  • Adjunct Lecturer Veritas University, 2012 – 2013
  • Department Board Secretary, Sociology Department, NDU
  • Student Academic Adviser, Sociology Department, NDU

Administration Experience

  • Nil

Public Service

  • Nil

Course Taught

  • Introduction to Sociology I (Soc III)
  • Introduction to Sociology II (Soc 116)
  • Introduction to Social Work (Soc 224)
  • Sociology of Knowledge & Technology
  • Inter-Group Relations
  • Urbanization & Labour Migration
  • Formal Organization Etc.

Awards, Honour, and Prices/ Research Grants

  • Nil

Workshops and Conferences Attended

  • Nil

Some Selected Work/Publications

  • Oil, Government & Poverty in Nigeria- Journal of African Culture & Development Vol. 4 No. 2 2009
  • Development Underdevelopment & Child Mortality in Nigeria, Environment. December 2009.
  • Food Importation & Rural Economics in Nigeria- Insight to a changing Journal Vol. 2011 Issue.
  • Urban Poverty & Juvenile Delinquency in Nigeria- Journal of Research in Human
  • Education & Rural Development in Nigeria- South- South Journal of Culture & Development
  • Socio-Medical Analysis of Morbidity Pattern & Pregnancy outcome in Nigeria.
  • Urbanization & Loss of traditional Ecological Knowledge
  • The oil economy, environmental laws & human Rights violations in Niger Delta.

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Prof.Ibaba S. Ibaba

Professor

 Development Issues/ Studies (Conflict Analysis and Resolution/ Peace Building, Security, Poverty, Environmental Management/ Sustainability

Ibaba@mail.ndu.edu.ng
 

Ares of Research Interest & Specialty

  •  Development Issues/ Studies (Conflict Analysis and Resolution/ Peace Building, Security, Poverty, Environmental Management/ Sustainability

School Attended and Qualifications Obtained With Dates

  • Ph D Political/ Administrative Studies (Development Studies) 2005
  • Msc. Political/ Administrative Studies (Development Studies) 1999
  • B. Sc. Political/ Administrative Studies 1994

Membership of Professional Associations

  • International Studies Association (ISA)
  • International Political Science Association (IPSA)
  • Nigeria Political Science Association (NPSA)

Work Experience

Teaching Experience

  • Senior Lecturer, Niger Delta University – October 2010 to date
  • Lecturer I , Niger Delta University. October 2007 to October 2010
  • Lecturer II, Niger Delta University. October, 2004 to October, 2007
  • Assistant Lecturer, Niger Delta University, February 2002 to October, 2004
  • Part- time Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator
  • National Open University of Nigeria     April 2008 to date.

Administration Experience

  • Member, Assessment and Graduation Committee (A&GRC), Niger Delta University, April 2013 to date.
  • Member, Grants Group, Niger Delta University, April 2013 to date
  • Member, Faculty of Social Sciences, Niger Delta University Journal Committee, July 18 2012 to date
  • Member, Faculty of Social Sciences, Niger Delta University, Committee on Review of minimum Pass Grade Requirement for required and elective courses, July 18, 2012 to date.
  • Member, Senate Research Grants Committee, Niger Delta University, February 2012 to date.
  • Member, Faculty of Social Sciences, Niger Delta University, Research Grants Committee, March 2012 to date.
  • Member, NDU Senate, October 2010 to date
  • Acting Director, Centre for Niger Delta Studies (CNDS), Niger Delta University, April 2011 to date

Public Service

  • Member, Bayelsa State Constitution (1999 Nigerian Constitution as amended) Review Committee
  • Member, Bayelsa State Local Empowerment and Economic Development Strategy Policy Formulation Committee, September 2008 – 2009
  • Secretary, Youth Development and employment Sub-Committee of Bayelsa State Transition Committee.

Course Taught

  • Pol 111 – Introduction to Political Science
  • FSC 102 – Introduction to Social Statistics
  • POL 254- Oil and Politics
  • Pol 288 – Ancient and Medieval Political Thought
  • Pol 348 – Public Finance and Financial Management
  • Pol 383 – Modern Political Theory
  • Pol 361- Politics of Development and Underdevelopment
  • Pol 467- Africa and Development
  • Pol 468 – State and Economy
  • Pol 481- Theory of State.

Awards, Honour, and Prices/ Research Grants

  • NDU, Bayelsa State, Senate Research Grant Award. Defining a Poverty Reduction Strategy for Bayelsa State. 2006
  • Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), Research Grant Award.Escaping the Frustration-Aggression Trap in the Niger Delta.2013.

Workshops and Conferences Attended

  •  International Conference on the Natural Resource, Security and Development in the Niger Delta, organized by the Department of Political Science, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria, in collaboration with the Center for Applied Environmental Research (CAER), Department of Geosciences, University of Missouri-Kansa City, United State of America, March 8 -11, 2010, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.
  • First International Conference of the Faculty of Administration, ObafemiAwolowo University, Nigeria, September 4 -7 2007.
    Rethinking the Niger Delta: Understanding Conflict Dynamics, Justice and Security, World Bank Expert Round Table, October 4, 2012, Abuja, Nigeria
  • Ibaba S. Ibaba, Harnessing the Peace-Development nexus: Overcoming Cultural Barriers in Nigeria, in Peace and Conflict Review (University for peace, San Jose, Costa Rica), Vol. 7, No.2, 2013, pp. 12 – 28.
  • Ibaba S. Ibaba, The Roots of Terrorism in Nigeria: Exploring the Poverty Connection in Africana, (Boston University, USA), Vol. 6, No. 2, March 2013, pp. 198 – 228.
    Ibaba S. Ibaba, Oil and Conflict in the Niger Delta: Exploring the Reconstruction of Nigerian Democracy in Post Amnesty Peace-Building, Journal for the study of Peace and conflict, (The Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, USA, 2010 – 2012 Edition).

Some Selected Work/Publications

  • Ibaba S. Ibaba, Terrorism in Liberation Struggles: Interrogating the Engagement
    Tactics of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND),
    Perspectives on Terrorism, Vol. 4, Nos. 3-4, 2011, pp. 18-32 (Journal of the
    Terrorism Research Initiative, www.terrorismanalysts.com)
  • Ibaba S. Ibaba, Amnesty and Peace Building in the Niger Delta: Addressing the
    Frustration  Aggression Trap, Africana Journal, Niger, Delta Special Issue, Vol.5,
    NO.1. 2011, pp,238- 271 (Boston University, USA)
  • Ibaba S. Ibaba, Michael J. Watts &Ibaba S. Ibaba, Turbulent Oil: Conflict and
    Insecurity in the Niger Delta, African Security, Vol. 4, No.1, 2011, PP. 1-19 ( Virginia Military Institute, USA; Taylor and Francis, Routledge. Group,
    USA)
  • Ibaba S. Ibaba, Local Government and the Failure of Rural Development in Nigeria:
    Exploring the Role of Political Participation, Journal of Social Development in Africa,
    (University of Zimbabwe,) Vol. 26, NO.2 2011, Pp. 93-116.
    Ibaba S. Ibaba, Nigeria's Niger Delta: Militia Violence, Amnesty and Energy Security,
    Peace and Conflict Studies, (Nova Southeastern University, USA) Vol. 18,
    No.1, 2011, pp.44- 78
  • lbaba S. Ibaba, Corruption, Human Rights Violation and the Interface with Violence in the             Niger Delta, Development in Practice, (INTRAC- International NGO Training
    and Research Centre, UK) Vol. 21, No.2, 2011, pp.244-254
  • Sylvester O. Osagie, Ibaba S.Ibaba and Michael J. Watts, Reflections on the Nigerian
    State, Oil Industry and the Niger Delta, in Journal of African Development, (African Finance and Economics Association, USA) Vol. 11, No.2, 2009, pp.9-26.

 

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DR. Scent Grace Atije- Tonye

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Human Development

gatscent@gmail.com

Ares of Research Interest & Specialty

  • Human Development
  • Youth and Women Studies
  • Social Welfare
  • Conflict Studies

School Attended and Qualifications Obtained With Dates

  • University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom [Bachelor of Science Degree (Sociology and Anthrogemsogy)] 1992 -1997
  • Abubakar Tafawa Belewa University, Bauchi [Post Graduate Diploma in management (PGD Management)] 1998 – 2000
  • University of Benin, Benin City, Edo state [Master of Science Degree (Sociology Development)] 2003 -2005
  • University OF Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, [Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) 2012] 2011 – 2012
  • University of Port Harcourt, [Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D) in Social Development]2008 – 2014

Membership of Professional Associations

  • Nigerian Sociological Society
  • Nigerian Sociology of Education Association.

Work Experience

Teaching Experience

  • Teaching Sociology courses
  • Research officer
  • Supervision of undergraduate projects

Administration Experience

  • Administrator, Covenant House of Freedom, Yenagoa.
  • Chairman, Departmental Dress Code Committee

Public Service

  • Nil

Course Taught

  • Sociology of Religion, Child Development
  • Women in Society
  • Structure of the Nigerian Society
  • Language and Society
  • Urban Sociology, Food & Famine
  • Intergroup relation
  • Sociology of Knowledge & Technology

Awards, Honour, and Prices/ Research Grants

  • Nil

Workshops and Conferences Attended

  • NSRP – Research on Conflicts Studies – 2012
  • NSRP- Research on Youth            Empowerment – 2013
    Centre for Ethnic & Conflict Studies
  • Otonti Nduka Foundation- Sep 2009: Values in Education – Lagos
  • MG. Academy of Education: 12th – 15th November 2010 – Human Capacity
    Development for Vision 20-20-20, Gloryland, Yenagoa.
  • Nigerian Social Workers of Nigeria – August 2011 – Owerri
    N.K Sociological Society – University of Port Harcourt- Nov 2011 -  Bombing & Security

Some Selected Work/Publications

  • The Sociological and Human Rights Implications of ostracism the case of Osu caste in the Igbo Ethnic group of Nigeria (Jointly published)
  • Book chapter on Ijaw language & usage in secondary schools.
  • Violence against women in Igbo land vol. 6 (2) February 2004.
  • The sociology & Human Rights Implication of Ostracism
  • The implications of civil violence on human capacity development in Niger Delta of Nigeria to be published by May (See acceptance)

 

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Uzobo Endurance

Lecturer Assistance

Demographic and Population Studies

uzoboendurance@mail.ndu.edu.ng

Ares of Research Interest & Specialty

  • Demographic and Population Studies
  • Medical Sociology
  • Sociology of the Aged
  • Socio-Cultural Studies

School Attended and Qualifications Obtained With Dates

  • University of Benin, Edo State [ M.Sc. (In-view) Sociology (Demography and Population Studies)] 2014 – Date
  • Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, [B.Sc. Sociology (First Class Honours) ] 2005 – 2009

Membership of Professional Associations

  • Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM)

Work Experience

Teaching Experience

  • Field Research Assistant – Nigeria Recon & Stability ProgrammeThrough CENTECS UNIPORT Feb- May 2012 (CONTRACT)
  • Lecturer- Bayelsa State College of Arts & Science February 2013- February 2014 (Part-Time)
  • GRADUATE Assistant- Niger Delta University 0ctober 2013 – Till Date

Administration Experience

  • Nil

Public Service

  • Nil

Course Taught

  • Element of Sociology
  • The Nigerin Society and Social Change
  • Nigerian Peoples and Culture

Awards, Honour, and Prices/ Research Grants

  • Best Graduating Student, Faculty of Social Science, NDU, 2008/2009
  • Best Graduating Student, Department of Sociology, NDU, 2008/ 2009 Session
  • SHELL NIG. UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP AWARD – 2005/2006 SESSION

Workshops and Conferences Attended

  • 5th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Sociologist of Education Conference
  • Ebitimi- Banigo Hall, University of Port Harcourt.

Some Selected Work/Publications

  • . Uzobo E., Olomu O.M &Ayinmoro D. (2014) The Roles of Indigenous
  • Scarification and Body marks in Traditional Medicine among the People of Bayelsa In South- South zone, Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences Invention Volume 3, Issue 3, March 2014, pp. 36 – 43
  • Uzobo E., Ogbanga, M. M. & Jack, T.C.B (2014) Socio-Cultural Factors and Attitudes Affecting the Health Status of Rural Communities: A study of Danmusa, Katsina State, Nigeria
  • International Journal of Science and Research, Volume 3
    Issues 3, March 2014. Pp 837 - 844

 

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Abdullahi Yusus Abdullahi

Lecturer II

Corporate Governance

ayabdul2000@yahoo.co.uk

Ares of Research Interest & Specialty

  • Corporate Governance
  • Constitutional Law
  • Contract
  • Civil and Criminal Procedure

School Attended and Qualifications Obtained With Dates

  • Igbenidion University Okada [PHD: In View ] 2010-
  • Nigerian Law School Abuja [LB] 1998-1999
  • Edo State University Ekpoma [LLB (Hons) 1997] 1991-1997

Membership of Professional Associations

  • Nigerian Bar Association

Work Experience

Teaching Experience

  • Lecturer
  • Associate Counsel: FedudeZimuaghan and Co Counsel in Chambers: KunleOgumba and Associates

Administration Experience

  • Nil

Public Service

  • Nil

Course Taught

  • Criminal Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Civil and Criminal Procedure
  • Contract Law

Awards, Honour, and Prices/ Research Grants

  • Nil

Workshops and Conferences Attended

  • ICRC Workshop on Humanitarian law
  • Law for Nigerian Universities teachers
  • Nigerian Bar Association conferences

Some Selected Work/Publications

  • Enforcing corporate governance in Nigerian Banks: an appraisal

 

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Asiafiti Christopher

Assistant Lecturer

Alternative dispute resolution methods

asiafitic@yahoo.com

Ares of Research Interest & Specialty

  • Alternative dispute resolution methods
  • Labour law and labour relations
  • Company law
  • Constitutional law

School Attended and Qualifications Obtained With Dates

  • Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island [LLB] 2009
  • Nigerian Law School [LB] 2011

Membership of Professional Associations

  • Nigerian Bar Association

Work Experience

Teaching Experience

  • Auxilary teacher
  • Clerical officer
  • Solicitorship with Solalina Invest Ltd
  • Legal Consultancy
  • Senior special assistant to the Governor
  • Director of finance, Keynet

Administration Experience

  • Nil

Public Service

  • Secretary, Government House Vehicles Recovery Committee

Course Taught

  • Business Law

Awards, Honour, and Prices/ Research Grants

  • Nil

Workshops and Conferences Attended

  • Nil

Some Selected Work/Publications

  • Alternative dispute resolution and recovery bank debts
  • Dismissal of a servant on grounds of criminal misconduct: an appraisal

 

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