Mr. Samuel I. Ogbaa

OgbaaMr Samuel I. Ogbaa

Lecturer I
Urban and Regional PlanningDepartment
Emailsamuel.ogbaa@futo.edu.ngsamueogbaa@gmail.com

 

 


Education/Training

  • PhD in view   –   Urban and Regional Planning  –  ABSU
  • 2007  –   M. URP.   –  Urban and Regional Planning  –  ABSU
  • 2002  –   B. URP  –  Urban and Regional Planning  –  ABSU

Research Interests

  1. Urban Transportation Planning
  2. Environmental Management in Planning
  3. Urban Design

Publications

  • Ogbaa, S.I and Nkemdirim, V.U. (2016). Traffic Congestion in Nigerian Urban Cities. In M.U. Eze, A.U. Agbu and M.C. Alozie (Eds). Contemporary issues on Environmental Development. Abia State University, Uturu, ABSU pp. 197 – 208).
  • Nkemdirim V.U. and Ogbaa, S.I. (2016) Global Warming and Climate Change. In M.U.Eze, A.U. Egbu and M.C. Alozie (Eds). Contemporary issues on Environmental Development. Abia State University, Uturu, ABSU pp. 60-69.
  • Ogbaa S.I. and Umunnakwe, H.C. (2014) Sexuality Education. In G.N Chima (Eds.) Modern Text in Public Health Education for Tertiary Institutions. Abia State University, Uturu, ABSU Press pp. 94-107.
  • Ummunakwe, H.C and Ogbaa, S.I. (2012): Assessing the emergence of a solid waste recycling business and its fundamental capabilities in Abia State: A Sustainable Development. 2(1) 151-159.ISSN-2276-8203. (Cameroun)
  • Egbu, A.U.; Nwafor, K.O.; Ogbaa, S.I. and Nwobi, C. (2011) Land Use Planning and Enforcement of Regulations on Development: Evidence from Nigeria. Real Estate Journal. 4(1) 1-16. (Uyo), etc.

Awards Received

1. Best Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning Department, Abia State University, Uturu, 2007/2008 Academic Session.

2. Best Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning Department, Abia State University, Uturu, 2009/2010 Academic Session.

Professional Associations

  • Member, Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP)
  • Member, Town Planners Registration Council of Nigeria (TOPREC)

Left Menu Icon.

Driving the Culture of Excellence

Right Menu Icon
follow us online
FUTO WallTwitter