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|Research Gate ID||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shu_Emmanuel_Ngwa|
BIOGRAPHY (EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS)
Dr. Shu Emmanuel Ngwa. is a young ambitious Education Scholar from Cameroon. He currently serves as an international contract staff at Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi State, Nigeria, where he lectures Educational Management courses at the Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education. Before joining AE-FUNAI in 2019, he served as Learning and Development Manager at Makonjo Media, Buea, Cameroon – a digital technology driven company. From 2008 to 2017, he volunteered as a Sighted Reader & Research Assistant for two scholars with Visual Impairment at the Faculty of Education, Universities of Nigeria, Nsukka and Buea, Cameroon, where he did his undergraduate and postgraduate studies. Dr. Shu has a four-year experience in community development, also having volunteered as Education and Protection Officer for two community-based Non-Governmental Organizations in Cameroon.
Dr. Shu holds a PhD in Educational Foundations and Administration from the University of Buea, Cameroon. He has a Master of Education degree in Comparative & International Education from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and a B.Ed. in Curriculum Studies & Teaching/History from the University of Buea, Cameroon. In 2013, Dr. Shu also received training and certification in Eco-village design Education from the African Ecovillage Network in Nairobi, Kenya. His areas of research interest include amongst others Higher Education Management, policy issues, School leadership & Administration, inclusive education, sustainability education, comparative education, international education, education & development and teacher education.
Dr. Shu is gifted in interdisciplinary and cross-border comparative research. In 2016, he worn the Graduate Students’ Mobility Research grant from the Cameroon Ministry of Higher Education, while working on his PhD thesis in the domain of; Indigenous Funding and Sustainable Higher Education in Cameroon. As a young researcher, he so far has six (6) published academic papers to his credit in international peer review academic journals, and more than fifteen (15) feature web publications that focus on Afrocentric Socio-economic and Political development issues.
|S/N||INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED||DEGREE(S) AWARDED||YEAR|
|1||UNIVERSITY OF BUEA, CAMEROON||PHD, EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS & ADMINISTRATION (POLICY & ADMINISTRATION)||2018|
|2||UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA||M.ED, EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS (COMPARATIVE & INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION)||2012|
|3||UNIVERSITY OF BUEA, CAMEROON||B.ED, CURRICULUM STUDIES & TEACHING/HISTORY||2008|
|4||GOVERNMENT HIGH SCHOOL BAFUT||G.C.E ADVANCE LEVEL (A/LEVEL GENERAL EDUCATION)||2005)|
|5||GOVERNMENT HIGH SCHOOL BAFUT||G.C.E ORDINARY LEVEL (O/LEVEL GENERAL EDUCATION)||2003|
|1||EDUCATIONAL/HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT|
|3||COMPARATIVE & INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION|
|4||INCLUSIVE EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT|
|6||EDUCATION & GENDER ISSUES|
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (MAXIMUM OF 10, WITH LINKS WHERE AVAILABLE)
|1||Uchem, R. and Ngwa, E. S. (2014). The Implementation of Inclusive Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Lessons for Nigeria and Cameroon. Journal of Education and Practice 5 (36), 92- 100. HTTPS://www.iiste.org/JOURNALS/INDEX.PHP/JEP/ARTICLE/VIEW/17474|
|2||Uchem, R. and Ngwa, E. S. (2014). Women Subordination in 21st Century Africa: Cultural Sustainability or New
Slavery; Implications for Educational Development. Developing Country Studies, 4 (24), 143-150. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/271507367_Subordination_of_Women_in_21stcentury_Africa_Cultural_Sustainability_or_a_New_Slavery_Implications_for_Educational_Development
|3||Uchem, R. N., Ngwa, E. S and Asogwa, D. U. (2014). Inclusive Education and Sustainable Peace in Africa. International
Affairs and Global Strategy, 19 (48 – 54). https://www.researchgate.net/publication/271206274_Inclusive_Education_and_Sustainable_Peace_in_Africa
|4||Nyugap, C. R and Ngwa, E. S. (2015). Assessing the satisfaction of persons with disabilities, with inclusive education
practices in Cameroon’s public Universities. African Journal of Special Education, 1 (3), 37 – 45.
|5||Ngwa, E. S and Fonkeng, G. E. (2017). Indigenous funding strategies for sustainable higher education in Cameroon.
African Journal of Social Sciences, 8 (3), 25 – 44.
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
|1||2016: Winner of graduate Students’ Mobility Research Grant; Ministry of Higher Education, Cameroon|