Mr. Peter Ogbaji OnahDepartment
Mr. Onah Peter Ogbaji joined the University of Calabar in 2016 as an Administrator and was converted to an academic staff in the year 2019, in the Department of Educational Foundations. He holds NCE in Primary Education Studies (PES) and Economics, 2005, from Ebonyi State College of Education, Ikwo. He had his B.Sc(Ed.) in Economics, 2012 and then M.Ed. in Sociology of Education, 2016 in University of Calabar, Calabar as both achieved. Furthermore, Ph.D (in view) in Sociology of Education in University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. He has taught various interdisciplinary courses across all levels in primary, secondary and presently in University of Calabar. He has published several articles in both international and local journals and contributed immensely to the body knowledge with books chapters. He had attended so many conferences, seminars and workshops and belong to various professional bodies. Mr. Onah Peter is happily married to the virtuous wife of his dream, Mrs. Cecilia Ogeyi Ogbaji, and they are blessed with children all to the glory of Almighty God.
|Nigeria Certificate in Education||Ebonyi State College of Education, Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria||2002||2005 delete_forever|
|B. Sc.(Ed) Economics||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2010||2012 delete_forever|
|M.Ed. Sociology of Education||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2013||2016 delete_forever|
|Onah, P. O., Akanimoh, M. E., & Ndome, L. E. (2021). Education and the achievement of national development through girl child empowerment in Nigeria. Global Journal of Educational Research, 20(1), 89 â€“ 96. ISSN: 1596-6224, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/gjedr.v20i1.10|
|Onah, P. O., Eteng, M. E., & Unwanung, A. R. (2021). Education, accountability and transparency: A catalyst for sustainable development in Nigeria society. Global Journal of Educational Research, 20(2), 127 â€“ 137. ISSN: 1596-6224, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/gjedr.v20i2.4|
|James, S. F., & Onah, P. O. (2021). The role of education in combating insecurity in Nigeria: Implications for national development. In M. Sule, T. Edun, S. Dosunmu and S. Oni, Whither Nigerian Education? Sociologistsâ€™ random thoughts (Eds). (pp. 219 â€“ 228). Lagos, Nigeria: Association of Sociologists of Education of Nigeria (ASEN). ISBN: 978-978-991-555-2|
|Nseabasi, A. S., Okon, C. E., & Onah, P. O. (2020). Child rearing and social development of students in public secondary school in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Nkumba Business Journal, 19(1), 103 â€“ 109. ISSN: 1564-068X|
warning No Result For Grants Received.
|Association of Sociologists of Education of Nigeria (ASEN) 8th Annual National Conference, 2014. Theme: Education and Socio-Political Development of Nigeria. Held at Imo State University, Owerri||Education and Nation Building||2014-10-07||2014-10-11|
|University of Uyo Faculty of Education 8th Annual National Conference. Held at University of Uyo.||2019-09-10||2019-09-13|
|Association of Sociologists of Education of Nigeria (ASEN) 13th Annual National Conference Unijos 2019. Theme: Education And Enduring Democracy in Nigeria. Held at University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State||Education, Accountability and Transparency, A Catalyst For Sustainable Development in Nigeria Society||2019-10-07||2019-10-10|
|Nigeria Society For Psychosocial Research (NSPR) 10th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Society for Psychosocial Research. Theme: Towards Corruption Elimination in Nigerian Social Systems: The Psychosocial Ways of Moving the Nation Forword||Towads corruption Elimination in Nigeria Educational System (2) Psychosocial Means of Enhancing Trust in Social Relationship to Curb Corruption in Nigeria||2021-05-10||2021-05-13|
|Association of Sociologists of Education of Nigeria (ASEN) 14th Annual National Conference. Theme: Education and Contemporary Social Problems in Nigeria||Education as a tool in eradicating Terrorism in Nigeria.||2021-10-13||2021-10-15|