Mrs. Ifeyinwa Maureen Ogbonna-Nwaogu

Mrs. Ifeyinwa Maureen Ogbonna-Nwaogu

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Lecturer I

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Ifeyinwa Maureen Ogbonna Nwaogu is the Head of Department. Her career has included being a Researcher, at the Ford Foundation sponsored Centre for Social Science Research and Development (CSSR&D), Ikorodu Lagos between July, 2002- July, 2007. She has lectured part - time at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (Lagos Satellite Campus), 2007-2009.  She was commissioned by the Center for Global Non-killing (formerly Center for Global Nonviolence) Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA to translate to Igbo language their main page available at: https://ig.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egbugh%E1%BB%8B_egbu.
 
She has published in Nigerian Forum, Journal of Opinion on World Affairs, Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences. Florida, USA; Interdisciplinary Reflections of Contemporary Society. New Delhi, India.
 
She has the following chapters in books :  ‘Nigerian Print Media and Stereotyped Reportage of the Trafficking of Females’, in Asiabaka, I. P, Ihejirika, R. C and Chukwu, K(eds.), Gender, Education and Globalization, Centre for Women, Gender and Development Studies, Federal University of Technology Owerri : O’Desy Concerns Ltd. p.147-154. 2013. “The ICPC and the Fight against Corruption”, in Saliu, H.A (eds.), Nigeria under Democratic Rule, 1999 - 2003. Ibadan: University Press Plc., p.171 – 194. 2004.
 
Course materials developed are :  Citizen and the State(POL 126), and Political Psychology(POL 411), both which can be assessed at: www.nou.edu.ng), while courses facilitated are: Citizen and the State; Introduction to Political Analysis, Introduction to Comparative Politics, Political Evaluation, Contemporary political Analysis and Logic &Methods of Political Inquiry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Providing teaching and research leadership for the department.
  • Chairing departmental meetings including those of appointment, promotion and discipline of staff and discipline of students.
  • Leading the implementation of the university strategic plan in the department.
  • Superintending the implementation of all academic programmes and the conduct of examination in the department.
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Communal Conflict
  • Media
  • Women

 

 

 

 

 

 

(a) Chapters in Books

• Nwaogu-Ogbonna, I.M, 2013.‘Nigerian Print Media and Stereotyped Reportage of the Trafficking of Females’, in Asiabaka, I. P, Ihejirika, R. C and Chukwu, K(eds.), Gender, Education and Globalization, Owerri: Centre for Women, Gender and Development Studies, Federal University of Technology Owerri : O’Desy Concerns Ltd. p.147-154. 2013.

 
• Nwaogu-Ogbonna, I.M, 2004. “The ICPC and the Fight against Corruption”, in Saliu, H.A (eds.), Nigeria under Democratic Rule, 1999 - 2003. Ibadan: University Press Plc., p.171 - 194.
 
(b) Articles in Peer-Reviewed Learned Journals
 
• Nwaogu-Ogbonna, I.M, 2010. “Contradictory Positions of Government and its Anti-graft Agencies: An Analysis of the Halliburton Case from Media Reports”, Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences. Florida.  Vol 2, No.2, pp 648-672.

• Nwaogu-Ogbonna, I.M, 2008. “Civil Wars in Africa: A Perspective of the Cost on Women”, Journal of Social Sciences: Interdisciplinary Reflections of Contemporary Society. New Delhi. Vol.16,  no 3. pp 251-258.

• Nwaogu-Ogbonna, I.M, 2006. The Appointment of Women in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic: Triumphs and Challenges”, Nigerian Forum, Journal of Opinion on World Affairs. Vol.27, no 7. pp 225-235.

  • Member, Board of Trustees Blue Oaks Inc., an Education Resource centre which caters for indigent pupils/children, Lagos Nigeria. 2013 to date
  • Volunteer, African Initiative on Ageing (AFIA) Nigeria, a mobile monthly nutritional soup-kitchen programme for the aged, Ibadan Oyo State Nigeria, July, 2013 (visit-http://www.afianigeria.org/program).
  • Co-ordinator, Open and Distance Learning Town Hall Meeting Awareness Campaign at my community Umu-iru-aku, Ahiara Ahiazu-Mbaise and Ngor-Okpor-Ala, Imo State,  2013/2015.