Mrs. Enoh Bassey EkpenyongDepartment
Mrs Enoh Bassey Ekpenyong is an academic staff in the Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Nigeria. She joined the services of the University in 1979 as Secretariat Staff and rose to the rank of Chief Confidential Secretary in 2013. Mrs Ekpenyong was converted to Academic staff in 2019 as Assistant Lecturer after successfully completing her M. Ed degree. She earned her HND in Secretarial Administration (1992) from the then The Polytechnic, Calabar. University of Calabar awarded her a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (1998), Executive Masters in Business Administration (2001), Bachelor of Laws degree (2006), Diploma in Computer Application (2010), Post Graduate Diploma in Education (2012) and M.Ed. degree in Administration and Planning in 2018. Furthermore, she holds a Barrister at Law (2008) degree from the Nigerian Law School, Abuja. Since her conversion to the academic cadre, she has helping to teach and mentor students in the University. She has attended many conferences where she presented scholarly papers. Mrs Ekpenyong has equally published some articles in both local and international journals. She is a member of the National Association of Educational Administration and Planning, Nigerian Bar Association, European Centre for Research Training and Development and Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management.
|First School Leaving Certificate||Primary School, Ikot Obio Offong, Ibesikpo/Asutan Local Government Area. Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria||1970||1975 delete_forever|
|National Diploma||The Polytechnic Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1988||1988 delete_forever|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Management||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1998||1999 delete_forever|
|Higher National Diploma||The Polytechnic Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1999||2001 delete_forever|
|EMBA||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1999||2001 delete_forever|
|LLB||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1999||2006 delete_forever|
|B. L.||Nigeria Law School, Anbuja, Nigeria||2007||2008 delete_forever|
|Post Graduate Diploma in Education||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2010||2012 delete_forever|
|M. Ed. in Educational Administration and Planning||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2012||2018 delete_forever|
|Uzoigwe, M. C., Nsan, N. N., & Ekpenyong, E. B. (2021). Managing Digital Application Tools to Support Students' Discovery Learning Theory. In: Education Teaching Techniques for Revolutionising Pedagogy in the Era of Knowledge Economy, Usoro, A. D., Uko, E. O., & Charles Comfort (eds). Uyo: Benchmark Educational Services, pp 76-92.|
|Uzoigwe, M. C., Ekpenyong, E. B., Ibass, O. E. (2021). Management of School Based Health Programme (SBHP) for Sustainable Public Secondary Education during Post COVID-19 Era in Cross River State of Nigeria. International Journal of Capacity Building in Education and Management, 4(1), 1-11.|
|Ekpenyong, E. B., & Oduntan, A. B. (2020). Routine Change and Transformational Change Management as Determinants of Teachers' Commitment in Secondary Schools in Calabar Education Zone, Nigeria. British Journal of Education, 8(7), 44-56.|
|Uzoigwe, M. C., Anabe, D.B., & Ekpenyong, E. B. (2020). Assessing Administratorsâ€™ effectiveness in combatting dreaded COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in Lagos State, Nigeria. African Journal of Educational Accessors, 7(2), 55-66.|
|Ekpenyong, E. B. & Uzoigwe, M. C. (2020). Inclusive Knowledge Management as a Correlate of Academic Staff effectiveness in Cross River State Public Universities, Nigeria. Journal of Educational Archives 6(1), 65-74|
|Akpan, C. P., Ekpenyong, E. B. & Oduntan, A. B. (2019). Change Management variables as Predictors of Teachers' Commitment in Public Secondary Schools In Calabar Education Zone of Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(3), 1-13|
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