PROFESSOR UMEZULIKE, NNEKA AUGUSTINA

UMEZULIKE, NNEKA AUGUSTINA

PROFESSOR UMEZULIKE, NNEKA AUGUSTINA

DEAN

Biography

PERSONAL DATA:

1.  NAME:                                                          Umezulike, Nneka Augustina

2.  MAIDEN NAME:                                          Oko

3.  SEX:                                                             Female

4.  PLACE OF BIRTH:                                     Awgu

5. LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF ORIGIN:       Awgu

6. STATE OF ORIGIN:                                    Enugu

7.  NATIONALITY:                                           Nigerian

8.  CONTACT ADDRESS:                              Department of Adult and Continuing Education

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike

                                                                                  

9. PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS:              Ezioha, Mgbidi, Awgu LGA,     

                                                                                   Enugu State.

10. EMAIL ADDRESS:                                     umezulike.nneka@mouau.edu.ng,

11. MARITAL STATUS/NO. OF CHILDREN: Married/ Eight Children

12. PRESENT POSITION:                                Professor

13. AREA OF SPECIALIZATION:                             Adult Education

 

SECTION B:

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES

1.  Rosary High School, Awgu, WASC Grade II, (June, 1979)

2.  General Certificate of Education, GCE O/Level (December 1979)

3.   Holy Rosary Training College, Enugu Teachers’ Grade II

      Certificate (July, 1982).

4.  University of Ibadan, B.Ed (Adult Education and English Language - July 1987),  

     Second Class Honors’ Lower Division.

5.  University of Ibadan, M.Ed (Adult Education – March 1991)

6.  Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Ph.D (Adult Education –

     August, 2004).

 

SECTION C:

SCHOLASTIC HONOURS

1.  Nigerian Educational Students Association Award for Outstanding Services.

     Presented by the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu,       

     (2007).

2.  National Association of Political Science Students Award for Excellent

     Services. Presented by the Enugu State University of Science and Technology,  

     Enugu (2007).

3.  Peoples State and Resources Award for Women of Merit Gold Award. Presented 

      by Peoples State and Resources, Abuja (2007).

4.  Award of Excellence Presented by the Adult Education Students Association  

     (ADESA) University of Jos Chapter (Jos 2012).

5. Award of Honours as the most Dynamic Dean Presented by National Association    

    of Agricultural Science Education State (NAASES) 2013.

6. Award of Honour as a role model and Nation Builder Presented by the National

    Association of Education Students (NAES) 2017.

 

SECTION D:

WORK EXPERIENCE

1.  National Youth Services Corps (1987 – 1988); Rosary High School Awgu, Enugu

     State.

2.  Lecturer (1993 – 1995); Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of

     Education, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu.

3. Lecturer (2007 -2008); Department of Adult and Extra Moral Studies, University

    of Nigeria, Nsukka,.

4. Lecturer (2008 – 2012); Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of

    Education, University of Jos.

5. Lecturer (2012); Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education,

    Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu State.

6. Lecturer (2012 - till date); Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.

 

CAREER PROGRESSION

(a)  Assistant Lecturer (1993); Enugu State University of Science and Technology,

Enugu, Enugu State.

(b)  Lecturer II (1995); Enugu State University of Science and Technology,

Enugu, Enugu State

(c)   Senior Lecturer (2000); Enugu State University of Science and Technology,

Enugu, Enugu State.

(d)  Professor of Adult Education (2006 – till date ); Enugu State University

of Technology, Enugu, Enugu State.

 

SECTION E:

ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Unit Coordinator: Adult Education, Department of Educational Foundations,

     Enugu State University of Science and Technology (1995 -2008).

2. Unit Coordinator: Adult Education, Department of Educational Foundations,

     University of Jos (2008 – 2012).

3.  Chairman: Faculty of Education Social Welfare University of Jos (2010).

4. Chairman: Department of Educational Foundations, Accreditation Committee,

    University of Jos (2009).

5. Chairman: Adult Education, Nomadic Research Committee of Nomadic

    Education Centre, University of Jos (2010).

6.  Dean, College of Agricultural and Science Education, Michael Okpara

     University of Agriculture, Umudike (2012 – 2018). 

 

SECTION F:

ACADEMIC COURSES ATTENDED WITH DATES

 1. Public Examinations:   Development and Administration, Cambridge, United

     Kingdom (May, 2009).

 

SECTION G:

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

1.  Member:  International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA).

2.  Member: Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA).

3.  Member: The Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID)

4.  Member: Amnesty International

5.  Member: International Association for Gender Empowerment and Development

      (IAGED).

6.   Member: National Council of Adult Education (NNCAE)

7.   Member, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)

8.   Member, American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE)

9.   Member, Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE)

10. Member, Nigerian Academy of Education (NAE)

 

SECTION H:

WORK EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL

Undergraduate Courses Taught (1993 to Date)

ADE - 105 - History and Development of Adult Education    (2 Credits)

ADE   204   - Adult Literacy Methods

ADE   305   -   Comparative Adult Education

ADE   401   - Material Development and Productions

EDU:   213 - Curriculum and Instruction

 

Postgraduate Courses taught

M.Ed. Class

ADE 801 – Advance seminar  in  Adult Education
ADE 810 – community analysis management technique in adult education
EDU 811 – Advance research method  in education methodology
ADE 813 – Historical foundation of adult education
ADE 815 – Comparative Adult Education
ADE 817 – philosophical adult Education
ADE 800 – Thesis
ADE  836 – Evaluation of Adult education
ADE 838—Economics of Adult Education
ADE 840 – Cost and finance of Adult education
ADE 842 – Principles and practice of continuing education
ADE 846 – Rural community development

ADE 819 – Curriculum studies in adult education
ADE 818 – Theory, Policy, Design, Organization and practice of community

                     education rural development
ADE 812- Organization management and administration of adult education
ADE 814-Teaching Adults

ADE 801 – Advanced statistical Methods in Education
ADE 801-  Advance seminar in adult education
ADE 821-  Planning and implementation of community development projects
ADE 820-  Theory practice of social welfare and dynamics of Adult
ADE 822 - Sociological Approach to current social problems
ADE 823 - Administration of Social welfare
ADE 805-Advance seminar in adult education
ADE 825-Industrial relations system
ADE 810-Community analysis and management techniques in adult education
ADE 824- Labor relations and industrial relations system  in Nigeria
ADE 826-Industrial training, public policy and industrial relations

 

Ph.D Class

ADE 901- Advance seminar in adult education

ADE 915-Independent Study in Adult Education

ADE 917- Issues and Trends in Adult Education

ADE 919- Organizational Administration of Adult Education

ADE 921- Traditional Position in Adult Education

ADE 923-Human Resource Management in Adult Education

ADE 910- Advance Policy and Design in Adult Education

ADE 912- Practicum in the Administration of Adult Education

ADE 914- Advanced Literacy Education

ADE 933-Public Policy Planning and Implementation of Community Development

                  Projects

ADE 935-Contemporary Theories for Community Development

ADE 937- Community Development Practicum

ADE 939- Community Education

ADE 922-Economics of Community Development

ADE 924- Community Development, National Planning and Personel Development

ADE 926- Community Organization

ADE 941 – Emerging Trends in Extension and Distance Education

ADE 943 – Issues in Distance Education

 

 

SECTION I:

PROJECT SUPERVISION

UNDERGRADUATE PROJECTS SUPERVISED

       1. Aneke, Charity Ngozi (2000):  Consequence of Marital Conflicts on

           Academic Performance of Primary School Children in Udi LGA

      2.  Umeokoli, Chiamaka (2008): The Role of Parents Teacher Association in

           the Development of Secondary School in Anaocha Local Government Area

          of Anambra State.  

    3.  Igwesi, Oluchi Eucharia (2008).  Utilization of Mass Media for Effective

         Women Education Programme in Enugu State.

    4.  Odionu, Lilian (2010); The Effect of Government’s attitudes towards the

         development of Adult Education in Jos  North Local Government Area of

         Plateau State. 

SECTION J:

Postgraduate Projects Supervised (M.ed/Ph.d)

1.     Ononogbu, Ngozi (2006). Citizen’s Participation in Decision making as a factor for sustainable Community Development in Abia State, Nigeria (M.Ed.).

2.     Ariwaodo, Isreal (2006). Assessment of Entrepreneurial Skills in Community Development Programme in Abia State, Nigeria (M.Ed.).

3.     Oruh, Chukwudi Bernard (2016). Assessment of the Implementation of Adult Education Curriculum in Adult Secondary School in Abia State, Nigeria. (M.Ed.).

4.     Orji, Lucy Chioma (2016). Influence of proliferation of Adult Education Centres on the Development of Qualitative Education in Enugu State.(M.Ed.)

5.     Aliwa, Joseph Chimara(2017). Assessment of Traditional Institutions’ Initiatives on Community Development in South East Nigeria. (Ph.D).

 

 

SECTION K:

MEMBERSHIP OF EDITORIAL BOARDS

1.     Member, Editorial Advisory Board, the Tertiary Counsellor, Publication of Tertiary Counsellor Forum, Nigeria (GCFN) 2013.

2.     Associate Editor, African Journal of Allied Education, (AJAE) Vol. No. 1, 2007.

3.     Chief Editor, Journal of Agricultural and Science Education, (JASE) Vol. 1 & 2, 2014.

4.     Chief Editor, International Journal of Educational Studies, (INJEDS) Vol. 1 & 2, 2016.

5.     Senior Reviewer, The International Academic Forum, Dubai (IICE Dubai 2018)

SECTION L:

NATIONAL / ACADEMIC ASSIGNMENT

1.     Resource Person:- Training Workshop for Primary School Teachers. Organized by the National teachers Institute, Kaduna. Under auspices of the 2007 – 2013 Millennium development Goals. Enugu, Enugu State.

2.     Supervisor: Joint Admissions Matriculation Examination. Enugu State (2002 – 2008).

3.     Member: - NUC and NCC Accreditation Team (2016 – till date)

4.     External Examiner:

                               I.            Continuing Education Centre, Jos. Plateau State, Nigeria (2010 – 2012)

                               II.            Peaceland College of Education, Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria (2016 – till date).

                               III.            Department of Adult Education; Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (2018 – till date).

 

SECTION M:

COMMUNITY SERVICES

1.     Matron: - Mgbidi Student Union Association, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu State. (2005 – 2008).

2.     Matron/Adviser: Adult Education Students Association (ADESA). University of Jos, Plateau State. (2010 – 2012).

3.     Matron: - National Association of Agricultural and Science Education (NAASES) Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State. (2012 - till date).

 

SECTION N:

Publications

(a)  Books

       1.  Umezulike, N.A (2003). Rural Community Development. A Nigerian

             Perspective, Enugu, CECTA Nigerian Limited (Pp.1 -116).

 

       2.  Umezulike, N.A (2006). Land Marks in Women Education, Enugu:

             Additional Press.

 

       3. Anowor, O.O., Ezema, J.O. & Umezulike, N. A. (2001). Fundamentals of  

           Adult Education, Enugu: CECTA Nigerian Ltd (Pp. 1-109).

 

       4. Umezulike, N. A. and Ezema, J.O. (2001). Teaching Adults in S.N. Agwu

           (E.d) Teaching in Nigeria. Enugu Chesten Ltd (Pp., 169-180).

 

       5. Umezulike, N. A. (2004). An Agenda for Youth’s participation in

           Nigeria’s constitutional democracy.  In C.S Momoh, U.S. Osimiri and N.A.      

            Umezulike (eds) Law, Democracy and its Dividends, Multi-Disciplinary  

            Essays in Honour of Governor Chimaroke Nnamani  Enugu: Snaap Press.

           (Pp. 423-436).

 

        6.  Umezulike, N.A (2004). Human development as catalyst for rural

development in Nigeria. In C.S. Momoh, U.S.  Osimiri and I.A Umezulike (Eds) Law, Democracy and its Dividends, Multi-Disciplinary Essays in Honour of Governor Chimaroke Nnamani.  Enugu: Snaap Press (Pp. 501 – 522).

 

        7.  Umezulike, N. A. (2008). Improving the quality of democratic 

             Government in Nigeria: The Role of Adult Education. In C. Maduka  

             & O.A Afemikhe (E.ds), Issues in Education governance and

             Development. Benin Institute of Education. (Pp. 356-364).

 

       8. Umezulike, N.A. (2016) Curriculum Planning and Development Process in U.P.N Amadi, M.N. Modebelu & N.A. Umezulike (e.ds) Foundation of Curriculum Development (Principle and Practice) Umunze; Annyco Publisher. (Pp. 44 – 60).

 

(e) ARTICLES IN LEARNED JOURNAL

 

9. Umezulike, N.A. (2000). Philosophical issues for effective Adult Education 

     in Nigeria. ESUT Journal of Education, 3(2), 126-137.

 

10. Umezulike, N.A. (2001). Non-formal education and national building.  A  

       Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 10 (3), 47-49.

 

11. Umezulike, N.A. (2003).  Impact of educational change on student’s

       activism. Nigeria Journal of Research and Production, 3 (2), 8-14.

 

12. Umezulike, N. A. (2003).  An X-ray of women education as a catalyst for

      rural development. Multidisciplinary Journal of Research and

      Development,  1(2), 21-25.

 

13. Umezulike, N.A (2005). Strategies for improving Adult Education in

      Niger. The Nigerian Academic Forum. A multidisciplinary Journal, 9 (5),

      87-90.

 

14. Umezulike, N. A. (2005). Enhancing citizenship Education in Nigeria

       through adult education. Nigerian Journal of Citizenship Education, 3. 27-33.

 

15. Umezulike, N. A. (2006). Entrepreneurship in non-formal education 

      Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education and Teaching, 2 (3), 110 – 115

 

16. Umezulike, N.A. (2006). Contributions of adult education programmes to 

       the economic development of Enugu State. Nigerian National Council of

       Adult Education, 11, 27-34.

 

17. Umezulike, N.A. (2006). Examination malpractices in Nigerian

       Universities: A contemporary Challenge to Adult Educators. Africa

       Journal of Educational Foundations. 2(1), 232-238.

 

18. Umezulike, N.A. (2006). Re-packaging women education for national

       development. Journal of Qualitative Education, 2(4), 135-140.

 

19. Umezulike, N.A. (2007). Educational reforms and attainment of adult

      education objectives in the 21st Century. Nigerian Journal of Teacher

      Education and Teacher, 3 (1), 122-130.

 

20. Umezulike, N.A. (2007). An investigation into the strategies for the

       improvement of women education in Nigeria. Journal of Academies, 2 (1),

       149 - 155.

 

21. Umezulike, N. A. (2007). Exploration of persuasion method for the

     enhancement of women education in Nigeria. Nigerian National Council of

     Adult Education, 15, 188- 200.

 

22. Umezulike, N. A. and Ukwuaba, C.C (2008). Effective adult literacy   

       programmes in Nigeria. African Journal of Allied Education, 2 (1), 1-9.

 

23. Umezulike, N. A. and Okenwa, G.N. (2008). Education a strategy for

      Women development. Nigerian Journal of Research and Production, 13

      (2), 122 – 130.

 

24. Umezulike, N. A. and Ukwuaba C.C. (2009).The current status of Nigerian

       women: The way forward. Nigeria Journal of Research and Production,

       14(1), 7-13.

 

25. Umezulike, N. A. (2009) Family terrorism: gender dimension. Benue

       Journal of Gender Studies, 1.314 – 322.

 

26. Umezulike, N. A. and Ukwuaba C.L. (2009). Application of Information

       and Communication Technologies (ICTs) In women literacy education in

       Nigeria. Benue Journal of Gender Studies, 1, 323 – 328.

 

27. Umezulike, N. A. (2009). Attitude of University undergraduates towards

       adult education programmes in Enugu State. Benue Journal of Educational

       Studies. (1&2), 183 – 190.

 

28. Umezulike, N. A. (2009). The perception of men towards women

      educational empowerment in Enugu State. Journal of Educational Forum, 4

      (1), 1-6.

 

29. Umezulike, N. A. and Afemikhe O.A. (2010). Alternative assessment and

      women education in Nigeria. African research review. An International

      Multi-Disciplinary Journal, 4(2), 303-310.

 

30. Umezulike, N. A. (2010). Frame work for entrepreneurship women

      education in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Studies, 1(1).

 

31. Umezulike, N.A (2011). Lifelong Education in a Computer age. Journal of

      Science and Computer Education, 1(2), 230-233.

 

32. Umezulike, N.A. (2011). Positioning University Management structure for

       a effective academic programmes. A case of University of Ibadan. Journal

       of Multidisciplinary Studies, 7(1), 163-167.

 

33. Okide, C.N. & Umezulike, N. A. (2014). Partnership in Women Education

      for Future Learning: The Role of Adult Educational Studies, 1(1).

 

34. Onyebuchi N. & Umezulike, N. A. (2014). Assessment of Women’s

       Human Right Awareness Education; Journal of Agricultural and Science

       Education (JASE), 1(2).

 

35. Umezulike, N. A. (2016). Beyond Academic Tribes and Territories: Global

Needs for Training of Adult Educators Towards Multi-Displinary Teaching and Research in the 21st Century Universities. International Journal of Educational Studies (INJEDS) 1(1) 21- 25.

 

36. Umezulike, N. A. (2016). Assessment of Open learning Method and Lecture Method in Teaching and Learning among Undergraduates. International Journal of Educational Studies (INJEDS) 1(2) 19-23. 

 

(e)   Conference Proceedings

37. Umezulike, N. A. (2000). Effective use of Information and Communication Technology facilities in improving Adult Education in Nigeria. Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference of Department of Science and Computer Education, Enugu. (pp 356-360).

 

38. Umezulike, N.A (2012). The Challenges and Prospects of Adult Education Programmes in Nigerian Universities.  Proceedings of Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association  for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) pp 148-157).

 

39. Ukwuaba, C. (2012). The Perceived Impact of Women for Women           International (WFWI) Non-formal learning programmes for Rural Women in Nigeria. Proceedings of Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) (pp. 158 – 167).

 

40. Umezulike, N. A. (2013).Collaboration Agenda of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike: for Future Learning. Proceeding of the Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE). Pp. 146-159.

 

41. Umezulike, N. A. (2015). Exposition of Open and Distance Learning in Nigeria; Proceedings of the Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE). Pp. 213 – 224.

 

42. Umezulike, N. A. (2017).Extending the Margins of Adult Education: -Principle of Teaching and Learning in Nigerian Universities: Making a Difference in Sustainable Education Development in Nigeria; Proceedings of the Conference Commission for International Adult and continuing Education in (AAACE).

 

(d) PAPERS PRESENTED AT SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS AND 

      CONFERENCES

 

43. Umezulike, N. A.(1995). The role of women in the literacy for all by the year 2000 Campaign. A paper delivered at a Three day training workshop for Dec. Assisted Rural Women Literacy Workers held at Enugu, November, 28th – 30th.

44.  Umezulike, N.A. (1996). Strategies for sustaining programme activities. A  

     paper delivered at a two day Workshop for Adult Education Coordinators, June 7th.

45.  Umezulike, N. A. & Ezema, J.O.(2000). Adult literacy in the universal basic education (UBE) Scheme. A paper presented at a Conference Organized by Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, July, 3rd – 7th.

 

 46.  Umezulike, N. A.& Ezema, J. O. (2000). The relevance of adult education to national development and integration. A paper presented at second National

Conference of Education for National Development and Integration, Nnamdi

Azikiwe University, Akwa, June, 20th -23rd.

 

 47.  Umezulike, N. A. (2002). An x-ray of women education as catalyst for rural development. A paper present at the 1st Annual National Conference Organized by the Department of Science and Computer Education, September, 20th - 22nd -11.

 

48.  Umezulike, N. A. (2002). Influence of education change on students Affairs Department ESUT Enugu, April, 10th – 11th.

 

49.  Umezulike, N. A. (2005). Repackaging women education for national   

 development. A paper presented at the 2nd Annual National Conference of

 Association for Encouraging Qualitative Education in Nigeria, May, 9th – 11th.

 

 50.  Umezulike, N. A. (2005). The current status of Nigeria women: The

 Implication for Adult Education. A Paper Presented at International 

 Conference. Organized by Women Resource Centre (WOREC), Owerri, June,

 6th – 9th.

51.  Umezulike, N. A. (2005). A case of entrepreneurship. In non-formal education: A paper presented at Conference Organized by Nigeria Primary and Education Association at Federal College of Education – Asaba, June, 13th – 17th.

 

52. Umezulike, N. A. (2005). The dividends of mass literacy adult and non-formal education. A paper presented at a Conference Organized by Faculty of

Education, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, July, 20th – 23rd.

 

53. Umezulike, N. A. (2005) Education: A strategy for women development. A paper presented at the 4th Annual National Conference Organized by National Association for Research Development (NARD) At University of Port Harcourt, August, 15th -19th .

 

54. Umezulike, N. A. (2005) Examination malpractices in Nigerian Universities a contemporary challenge to adult education. A paper presented at First Annual National Conference of Department of Education Foundations. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, November, 7th – 11th.

 

55. Umezulike, N. A. (2005). Enhancing citizenship education in Nigeria through adult education. A paper presented at the Conference of Citizenship Education Association of Nigeria held at University of Benin, November, 23rd – 26th.

 

56. Umezulike N. A.(2006). Educational reforms and attaining adult education

  objectives in the 21st Century. A paper presented at the Primary and Teachers

  Education Association National Conference held in Enugu from September,

 11th – 15th.

 

57. Umezulike, N. A. (2006). Improving the quality of democratic governance in Nigeria. The Role of Adult education; A paper presented at the 2006 Annual

National Conference of the Institute of Education, University of Benin,

November, 14th – 18th.

 

58. Umezulike, N. A. (2007). An Investigation into the Strategies for the

improvement of Women Education in Nigeria: A paper presented at a

Conference of Association of Nigeria Academic Held in Federal College of

Education Asaba, April, 2nd – 6th.

 

59. Umezulike, N. A. (2007). Understanding domestic violence against women in Nigeria. A paper presented at gender 2007 East meet West U.K Postgraduate and Academic Conference on Women’s Gender Studies, July 3rd -5th at University of York, U.K.

 

60. Umezulike, N. A. and Afemikhe A.O. (2007) Alternative assessment and

 women education in Nigeria. A paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference

 of International Assessment ( IAEA) Held in Baku. Azerbaijan. 16th – 21st

 September.

 

61. Umezulike, N. A. (2007) Family terrorism in Nigeria: A gender dimension.  A  paper presented at a Conference Organized by International Association for  

Gender Empowerment and Development (IAGED) Held in University of 

Makurdi.

 

62. Umezulike, N. A. (2008) Assessment of Nigeria educational Institutions and national development: Adult education a way forward. A guest speaker at the developmental seminar Conference of Institute of Ecumenical Education,

Thinkers Corner, Enugu. May, 9th.

 

63. Umezulike, N. A. (2008). The scope of adult education: Challenges and the

way forward. A  Paper presented at the National Conference of the Department

of Arts and Social Science Education University of Jos. October, 26th – 30th.

 

64. Umezulike, N. A. (2009) Frame work for entrepreneurship women education in Nigeria. A paper presented at the first international Conference of Faculty of Education University of Jos, May, 11th – 14th.

 

65. Umezulike, N. A. (2010). The role of parents in educational development in Nigeria. Being a Keynote address presented at Excellence Bridge International College, Jos. July, 28th.

 

66. Umezulike, N. A. & Okide, C.O.(2010). Functional literacy and development. A paper presented at the Nigeria National Council of Adult Education Association Conference, Ibadan, December, 7th

 

67. Umuezulike, N.A. (2012). The Challenges and Prospects of Adult Education programmes in Nigerian Universities.   A paper presented at the Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), Las-Vagas, U.S.A. November, 4- 9th.

 

68. Ukwuaba, L. C. & Umezulike, N. A. (2012). The perceived Impact of Women for Women International (WFINI), Non-formal  learning programmes for rural women in Nigeria.  A paper presented at the Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) at the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE), Los-Vagas, U. S.A. November, 4-9th.

 

69. Umezulike, N.A (2014). Exploration of Interactive based assessment for

 learning technique innovation: A design pilot study among SS II, Economics

 students in University Demonstration School, Umuahia.

 

70. Okide, C.C. & Umezulike, N. A. (2014). Partnership in women Education for Future Learning; The Role of Adult Education in Nigeria: A Paper Presented at the First National Conference of College of Agricultural and Science Education, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.

 

71. Umezulike, N. A. (2015).  Validity in the Teaching –Learning Process; A Call for Curriculum Reforms in Nigeria. A Paper Presented at the 41st Annual Conference of the International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA) October, 11 -16 at the University of Kansas in Lanser Kansas, United States of America.

 

72. Umezulike, N. A. (2017).Extending the Margins of Adult Education Principles of Teaching and Learning in Nigeria Universities: Making a difference in Sustainable Educational Development in Nigeria. A Paper Presented at the Commission for International Adult Education (CIAE) at the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Conference, Oct. 31 – Nov. 3 2017 at Memphis Tennessee, United State of America.

 

73. Umezulike, N. A. (2017). Adult Education as Instrument in Educating Children in Circumstances of Nigeria Academy of Education (NAE) Conference. Nov. 6 – 10th 2017 at University of Benin.

 

74. Umezulike, N. A. (2017). Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2016 – 2030 “Inside the Box versus Outside the Box” in Nigeria: Adult Education Typologies as Positive Pointers. A Paper presented at the Nigerian National Council for Adult Education (NNCAE) Conference, Oct. 10 -12, 2017. National University Commission, Abuja.