|Research Gate ID||Kennedy ololo||Google Scholar ID||Dr. Kennedy Ololo|
|Department||Sociology/Criminology and Security Studies|
|Faculty||Management and Social Sciences|
BIOGRAPHY (EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS)
Dr. Kennedy Ololo holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University of Calabar, an Msc in Industrial Sociology from University of Abuja and a Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial Sociology from University of Abuja Nigeria. He has a wide range of teaching and research experiences. Having worked in the university from 2010 till date. He has worked as a facilitator and a team leader in Fadama 11 and 111 project of the Federal government/World Bank Assisted project in Abuja from 2004-2010, Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer II in the department of Sociology Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai Niger State from 2010-2015 where he taught Research Methodology, Statistics for social Science, Industrial Sociology, Formal Organization, Structures of Nigeria Society etc , and currently worked as a lecturer I in Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu –Alike (AE-FUNA) Ebonyi State from 2015 till date. He lectures in the Department of Sociology/Criminology and Securities Studies and has taught both undergraduates and postgraduate students. His research interests are in Industrial sociology, Medical Sociology, Sociology of Education and Human resources Management. He has attended several international training and workshop been organized by World Bank on Project Monitoring and Evaluation, Social impact Factors, Environmental Mitigation Measures, Business plan. He has also attended local workshop organized by the Association of Behavioural Research Analysts and psychometricians on Exploring Structural Equation Modelling and Allied Analytical Skills.
Dr Kennedy Ololo has attended and Participated actively in several international and national conferences leading to over thirty peer reviewed journals articles. Some of His journal articles are indexed in Thompson Reuters, Scopus, Scimago and SNIP indexing bodies such as international journal of medical research,(Sage publication), International journal of u- and e- service, science and technology, Medicine, International journal of Applied Engineering Research, International journal of Economics and Financial issues, Sustainability, international journal of Database theory and Application etc. He also has books chapter contributions.
|S/N||INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED||DEGREE(S) AWARDED||YEAR|
|1||UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA||PH.D||2015|
|2||UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA||MSC||2008|
|3||UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR||BSC (HONS) SECOND CLASS UPPER DIVISION||2000|
|2||SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION|
|4||HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT|
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
|1||NIGERIAN ANTROPOLOGICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL PRACTIONEERS ASSOCIATION|
|2||BEHAVIOURAL AND SCALE DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH ASSOCIATION|
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (MAXIMUM OF 10, WITH LINKS WHERE AVAILABLE)
|1||Ololo, K.O, Enyoghasim, M.O, Ike, P.R, Uwajumogu, R.N, Agboti,C.I, Otu, A.O, Okoroafor,I.O, Okwor, S.A, Durueke, C.N, and Onoja, T.C (2019). Impact of Crime Control and Youth Empowerment: A Socio-Economic Discourse and Technological Implication. A Paper Published in the Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 14 (special Issue 4): 7361-7365, 2019 ISSN: 1816-949X Medwell Journals, 2019.|
|2||Ololo, K.O (2019). Entrepreneurial Education in Nigeria: A Panacea for Rapid Economic Transformation. A Paper Published in the Journal of Teaching and Learning in Africa, Volume 4 No.1, 2019 www.africateaching-authorities.org|
|3||Awodiji, O.A, Etejere, P.A.O, Oluwalola, F.K, Eniola-arigbe, Y, Fawale, A.A and Ololo, K.O (2019).
Principals’ Human Relation Strategies and Teachers’ Job Performance in Secondary Schools in Patigi L.G.A of Kwara State. A Paper published in the African Journal of Behavioural and Scale Development Research (AJB-SDR), Volume 1 No 1, February, 2019.
|4||Oko-isu, A. Chukwu, A.U, Ofoegbu, G.N, Igberi, C.O, Ololo, K.O, Agbanike, T.F, Anochiwa, L., Uwajumogu, N., Enyoghasim, M.O, Okoro, U.N, and Iyaniwura, A.A (2019). Coffee Output Reaction to Climate Change and Commodity Price Volatility: The Nigeria Experience. A paper published in Sustainability 2019, 11, 3503,doi:10.3390/su11133503, www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability|
|5||Igbokwe, U.L, Nwokenna, E.N., Eseadi, C., Ogbonna C.S, Nnadi, E.M., Ololo, K.O., Enyoghasim, O.M., Otu, O.A., Uma, K.E., Onuora, T.N., Onwube, O. and Ogboagu, A.R., (2019). Intervention for Burnout among English Education undergraduates: Implication for Curriculum Innovation. A paper published in Medicine, http://dx.doci.org/10.1097/MD.0000000000016219.|
|6||Uju, A.N, Chiedu, E, Charity, C.O, Kingslew, A.O, Ruphina, N, Liziana, N.O, Angie, I.O, Okechukwu, O.N, Uchenna, C.U, Nkiru, C.O, Eucharia, N.A, Kennedy,O.O, Justina, I.O and Bernedeth, N.E (2018) . The Need for School Administrative Policies to Manage Meningitis Amongst Students in Nigeria: A Viewpoint. Journal of International Medical Research 46(11) 4407-4411. Journals.sagepub.com|
|7||Ololo, K.O. (2017), Leadership and Human Resource Management: International Organization of Scientific Resaerch (iosr)Journal of Humanities and Social Science (iosr-jhss), Volume 22, issue 6, Ver.7 (June-2017) pp 64-68, e-issn: 2279-0837, p-issn:2279-0845. (www.iosrjournals.org).|
|8||Ifeyinwa O. E, Baptista C. C, Kennedy, O. O., Chinwe E., Patricia U.A, and Elizabeth N.E. (2018). Workers’ Perceptions on the Recruitment of Evaluators in Nigerian Schools, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research ISSN 0973-4562 Vol. 13, No. 6 (2018) pp. 3492-3499 . Research India Publications. http://www.ripublication.com|
|9||Wogu, J.O, Ezenwaji, I.O, Agboti, I.C, Ololo, K.O and Nwobi U.A (2018) Implication of Emerging Trends In Media Technology and Communication for Education Policy and Organizations in Nigeria, international Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology Vol.11, No.2 (2018), pp.1-12|
|10||Joseph O. W, Ifeanyinwa O. E, Kennedy O.O, Iheanacho C. A, and Uju A. N. (2018). Ethical and Policy Issues in Current Trends of Media Technological and Mass Communication Development in Nigerian Society: Perspective from ICT Administrative Management and Sociology. International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology, Vol. 11, No.1 (2018), pp. 65-74|