ADAUGO NWOSU 

ADAUGO NWOSU

Lecturer II

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES

First School Leaving Certificate   –   1995

Senior School Certificate    –    2001

Bachelor of Science Degree, Sociology and Anthropology     –  2006

Master of Science Degree, Industrial Sociology and Personnel Management    –  2013

Doctor of Philosophy, Industrial Sociology   –    in view

 

AWARDS

EziAda 2012 award by Anglican church of the Pentecost IMHA Owerri

Foundation Member Award 2016 by St. Peter’s Anglican Chapel MbariOwerri

 

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES AND ASSOCIATION

Member – Directorate of General Studies Board

Member – Social Studies and Civic Educators Association of Nigeria

Member – Anglican Women Ministry

Member – Obiato Women Association, UmunneatoIshiOgwa, Mbaitoli LGA.

Member – Owerri Branch Chapter of UmunneatoIshiOgwa, Women Association.

 

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Mezieobi, K.A., Nok, V.J. &Nwosu, A. (2009). Sociology of education: perspectives. Owerri: Acadapeak Publishers.
  1. Mezieobi, K.A., Mezieobi, K.C., Nwosu, A. &Shamija, T.A. (2010) Corruption as the greatest obstacle to Nigeria’s national development; Rebuttal and correcting this thought derailment. In Mezieobi, K.A Abah, I. (Eds.) New perspectives in education and humanities in Nigeowerri: ChukBen Publishers.
  1. Mezieobl, K.A., Nwosu, A. &Mezieobi, D.I. (2012). Social vices in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. In Mezieobi, K.A. (Ed.) Emergent problems in Nigerian education.Owerri: Acadapeak Publishers.
  1. Mezieobi, S, A. &Nwosu, A. (2010). Social studies education as a catalyst to rural development in Nigeria. In Educational Reconstruction, 5(10), 90.
  1. Nwosu, A. (2011).Drug abuse: Its consequences in Nigeria’s context. Social Trend Horizon, 20(8), 9-14), 20(8), 9-14.
  1. Mezieobl, K.A. &Nwosu, A. (2012). Nigeria’s cultural patterns. In Mezieobi K.A. (Ed.) New frontier areas in social studies in Nigeria. Owerri, Acadapeak Publishers.
  1. Mezieobl, K.A. &Nwosu, A. (2013). Community education. In Mezieobi, K.A. (Ed.) Contemporary issues in social studies education in Nigeria.OwerriPriscilla Omama Publishers.
  1. Nwosu, A. (2013). Security and Nigeria’s national development: Wh security is tops on the agenda? In IAUE Journal of Social Science10(3), 229-240.
  1. Mezieobi, K.A., Mezieobi, K.C., Nwosu, A., Mezieobi, D.I. &Mezieobi, S (2014). Ethnic conflicts in Nigeria. In Mezieobi, K.A. (Ed.) Ethnicity Nigeria: De-ethnicizing roadmap. Owerri: Priscilla Omama publishers.
  1. Mezieobl, K.A. &Nwosu, A. (2014). Fallacies attaining social problems: explanatory glimpse. In Social Spectrum, 11(8), 15-19.
  1. Mezieobi K.A., Nwosu, A., Mezieobi, S.A. &Birabil, S.T. (2014). Social destabilization roles of traditional rulers in local administration inIgboland of Nigeria. In Social Horizon, 12(5), 214-227.
  1. Nwosu, A. (2015). Resistance to social change: Explanations in Nigeria example. In Nigerian South-South Journal of Social Studies and Civil Education, 9(8), 247-257.
  1. Nwosu, A. (2015). The Igbo and colonial culture in Nigeria: All is not gone. In social Perspectives, 10(5), 121-129.
  1. Mezieobl, K.C., Jerry-Alagbaso, K., Nwosu, A. &Onyeagoro, K.M. (2015). Social vices and national development in Nigeria: The scuttling indices. In International Journal of National Development, 10(8), 77-82.
  1. Nwosu, A. (2015). Poverty in Nigeria in the 21stcentury: The least thought about and ignored dimension. In Social Insight, 15(8), 89-95.
  1. Mezieob’, K.C. &Nwosu, A. (2016). Patterns or strategies of nation-building in Nigeria. In Mezieobi, K.A. &Mezieobi, S.A. (Eds.) Social studies and nation-building in Nigeria: New Perspectives. Owerri: Whyte and Whyte publishers.
  1. Mezieobi, K.A., Mezieobi, K.C. &Nwosu, A. (2013). Good governance pivoting on national security and peace-building: Unmasking the realities in Nigeria’s example. In Journal of Multi-disciplinary Social Discourse, 8(4), 37-43.
  1. Mezieobi, K.A., Nwosu, A. &Mezieobi, K.C. (2013). Community resources: The least thought about and utilized in social studies pedagogy in Nigeria. In Rivers Journal of Social Studies, 8(6), 1-14.
  1. Mezieobi, K.A., DanladS.A. &Nwosu, A. (2014). The role of universities in sustained living in a period of security challenges in Nigeria. In IMSU Journal of Social Science Education, 12(5)/ 9-15.
  1. Mezieobi, K.A. &Nwosu A. (2011). The need for functional education in Nigeria. The Social Educator, 9(11), 54-64.
  1. Nwosu, A. (2013). Security as a revered family value in Nigeria: Roadmap to its enhancement. In Nigerian South-South Journal of Social Studies and Civic Education, 8(7), 77-81.
  1. Mezieobi, H.O., Mezieobi, S.A. &Nwosu, A. (2009). Administration of discipline in the university. In Nigerian Educational Researchers, 10(14), 68-18.
  1. Mezieobi, K.A., Mezieobi, K.C. &Nwosu, A. (2014). Sustainable national deve1opment or sustainable national underdevelopment: Which is Nigeria’s developmental portion in contemporary times? In IMSU Journal of Social Science Education, 12(6), 100-106.
  1. Nwosu, A. (2013). Contemporary Nigerian families: Basking in false peace culture euphoria. In Rivers Social Sciences Forum, 12(5), 209-213.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE AND DESIGNATION WITH DATES

Lutheran High School, ObotIdim, Ibesikpo Asutan LGA Akwa Ibom State (NYSC)    Oct 2007 – Sept. 2008 (SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER)

Federal University of Technology, Owerri2009 – Date.

Area of specialization: Industrial Sociology

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