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Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten


Environmental Education


Lecturer II


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About Dr. Udumo Bassey Obeten

Dr. Udumo, Bassey Obeten started work as a library Porter at the University of Cross River State Okuku Campus, Yala Local Government Area of Cross River State of Nigeria in 1990. He worked hard and long and earned his promotion/upgrade to the rank of Library Assistant in 1993. Following the creation of Akwa Ibom State from old Cross River State, he was among those absorbed into the University of Calabar in 1992 due to his outstanding performance and dedication to duty. Dr. Udomo then started as library assistant in University of Calabar, Cross River State. Again, his dedication and commitment to duty earned him, his promotion/conversion in 1998 as Administrative Assistant. Then, in 2011, he applied and was speedily approved to be converted to academic staff, at the rank of Assistant Lecturer, having gathered the needed and necessary qualification and experience for the post. Dr. Bassey Obeten known for his hard work and commitment to duty was promoted to the rank of lecturer II in 2014 and again in 2017 was promoted to lecturer I. heading to senior lecturer by this 2020. Meanwhile, he started his academic pursuit at St. Mary’s Primary School Ugep in 1973 to 1979. After his first school leaving certificate 1979, he went to Community Secondary School Ugep in 1981 and finished in 1986. Not done yet, his thirsty for knowledge, saw him applying for and getting admitted in University of Calabar1997 and because of unavoidable long strike, he finished in 2005 and begged B.Ed in Adult Education. Then immediately started his Master’s Degree in Environmental Education which he finished in 2008. Not satisfied with his level of education, he went for his Ph.D in curriculum and instruction in the department of curriculum and teaching all at this University of Calabar. Dr. Bassey Obeten is a team player and friendly to all that come his way his willingness and eagerness to help others was recognized in 2014 by the then student union government of University of Calabar. And he was giving the Award of Excellence. He has mentored and supervised over 20 students in B.Ed and 2 M.Ed students. He has attended both local and international conferences where he both participated and presented papers. He has done so many scholarly research work in various field of interest in his area of specialization. He has collaborated with like minds in some of his research work. He has researched and published over 15 scholarly researched work in both local and international peer review journals. Dr. Obeten, as he is fondly called by friends and close associates is happily married to his heartthrob Mrs. Nwenji and the union is blessed with lovely four children.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt. Mary’s Primary School Ugep Yakkur LGA of Cross River State Nigeria. 19731979
SSCECommunity Secondary School Ugep Yakkur LGA of Cross River State Nigeria.19811986
B.Ed in Adult EducationUniversity Of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria. 19972005 Environmental EducationUniversity Of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria. 20042010
Ph.D in Curriculum and InstructionUniversity Of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria. 20092016

S/N Publication
Benjamin, A.A. & Udumo, B.O. (2020). Ecosystems Restoration Strategies for the Cross River Rainforest Zones, Preparing forest stakeholders for the UN Decade on Ecosystems Restoration 2021 to 2030. Journal of Geosciences and Environment Protection (JGEP), Scientific Research. 8 16-27.
Udumo, B.O.,Uba J.U., Nwabiuke, P.A., Elemi, D., Emmanuel, E.C., & Odumegwu, P. (2020). Community Based Organisation as a criterion variable to Environmental Literacy on forest management in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of the Social Sciences – Academic Publication Council (APC), 48(3) 2481-2492.
Benjamin, A.A., & Udumo, B.O. (2020). Instructional systems technology for teaching and learning Environmental Education. Journal of Social Sciences. Kuwait; Beatrixclaan, 48(3),1537-1551.
Udumo, B.O., & Aglande, D.U. (2019). Environmental awareness and Environmental attitude among Secondary School students in Ogoja Education Zone. Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education (JETE). Cross River State – Calabar , 2 (2),108-117.
Udumo, B.O.,& Uba, J.U. (2019). Socio-Economic Variable influencing the Disruption of oil company operations in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria; International Journal of Contemporary Social Sciences Education (IJCSSE), Calabar – University of Calabar Press. 2(1) 25-31.
Udumo, B.O. (2019). Status of Instructional facilities and materials and students’ satisfaction with Environmental Education Programme in Nigeria Universities. International Journal of Contemporary Social Science Education (IJCSSE) Calabar, University of Calabar Press 2(1) 126-132.
Monty, F.M., Udumo, B.O., & Igwebulke, O. (2019). School types and the choice of Christian Religious Knowledge Among Senior Secondary Schools in Cross River State, Nigeria Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. 9(22) 70-76.
Uba, J.U., Udumo, B.O., Emmanuel, E.C. & Addo, D.E. (2019). Climate Change Education for Suitable Development in the 21st century: An International Multidisciplinary Journal. Southern University Balton Rouge, L. A USA, 7 (4),1-10.
Udumo, B.O., Uba, J.U., & Etim, N.E. (2018). Forestry Education and sustainable forest management in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria; Calabar; Baye Communication, 1(1) 221-229.
Eneji, C-V., Ogar, O.E., & Udumo, B.O., (2014) Microcredit Facilities and the challenges of meeting the Millennium Development Goals for sustainable Rural Development in Nigeria (Pakistan) Journal of Research in Economics and International Finance, 3(3), 72-78.
Monity,F.M.,Udumo, B.O., Asuquo, I.& Eneji, C.O. (2015). School environment and school types as correlates of secondary school students Disciplinary Behaviour in Akamkpa Local Government of Cross River State. Nigeria. Anals of model education, 7(1), 56-65.
Uba, J.U., Abang, T.A., & Udumo, B.O. (2014). Endangered species act and biodiversity conservation in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing Education and Development Studies (IJCEDS). 2(3), 69-75.
Udumo, B.O., Arikpo, P.A.,& Ekpo-Eloma, E.O., (2013). Public and Private Sector participation and tourism development in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research Interdisciplinary, 1(1), 1-6.
Delight, O.I., S. V., Ovat, M. A. and Udumo, B. O. (2015). Prepositioning teacher education strategy for equipping the Nigerian child with skills and competencies to succeed in the competitive global community. Anals of model education. 7(1), 66-78.
Arikpo, A., Asarye, B., Ekpo-EIorna, E. O., & Udumo, B.O. (2013). Financial well-being, psycho-Social abilities and sale or distribution of Asian and U.S.A. food supplements by public and private sector graduate employees in south-south Nigeria. Global Journal of Human Sciences: G -Linguistic and Education, 3(1), 1-15.
Eneji, C.O., Obim, E. & Udumo, B.O., (2014). Microcredit Facilities and the challenges of meeting the Millennium Development Goals for sustainable Rural Development in Nigeria. Journal of Research in Economics and International Finance, 3(3), 72-78.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Education, Corruption & Governance Solid Waste Management On Legal Institutions2018-09-112018-09-14
Global Ecosystem For Nurturing Multidisciplinary Research Innovation Impact Of Mass Media As A Strategy To Environmental Literacy On First Management In Southern Cross River State, Nigeria 2019-11-142019-11-16