Nkeiruka Ezeji is a lecturer in the Directorate of General Studies FUTO. She teaches Social Science-based general courses. She holds a B.Sc in Government and Public Administration from Imo State University, and M.Sc Public Administration and currently undergoing a PhD programme at the University of Benin. Her current research Interest includes Representative Bureaucracy, inequality, Peace Studies. She has journal publications in these related areas of research interest. She is a member of the International Research Development Institute (IRDI) and the Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA). She has a probing and analytical mind that interfaces her interests and commitments to reading, teaching and research.
Courses Assigned to Teach
PhD (In View)
M.Sc Public Administration- 2014
B.Sc Government and Public Administration- 2008
Courses assigned to teach:
GST 201- Nigerian and African Cultural Development.
GST 108-Polity and Economy of Nigeria.
Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA)
Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)
International Political Sciende Association (IPSA)
International Research and Development Institute (IRDI)
Federal University of Technology, Owerri. August 2011 – Date
Representative Bureaucracy, Development Studies,Comparative Public Administration, Gender Studies
Ezeji N.R, Omeire E and Udensi O (2020). Social and Cultural Change. In EBJ Iheriohanma and C.I Anah (eds) Issues in social sciences. Owerri: Joe-Mankpa Publishers
G O Unanka, Ezeji N R and Onyenweihwe P.I (2019) Representative Bureaucracy and Employment Equity: Panacea to ethno regional conflicts in the Nigerian Federation. South East Journal of Political Science. 5(2)
C.I Anah, A Nwosu and Nkeiruka E (2019): Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria. Implications on National Development. Lwati: A Journal of contemporary research.
G.O. Unanka and Nkeiruka Ezeji (2015): Self-reliance Research and Development for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Theoretical and empirical insights. International Journal of Social Sciences and Sustainable Development. 5(1).