Ngwoke Dominic Ugwoke
University of Nigeria
Dr. Dominic Ugwoke Ngwoke has a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Degree in Chemistry /Education (1979), a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology (1985) and a Doctorate (Ph.D) Degree in Educational Psychology (2005), all awarded by the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He started his university teaching as a Lecturer II in the Department of Educational Foundations, University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 1992. Since then, he has moved up the ladder from lecturer I (1995) to Senior Lecturer (1998). Dr. Ngwoke lives with academic distinction. He bagged a Distinction Class in his First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) Examination (1966) and re-enacted the feat in his West African School Certificate Exanimation (1974). His Doctoral Thesis is listed as a Ground-breaking Dissertation in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (2005). That Doctoral Dissertation won him the Babs Fafunwa Foundation Post Doctoral Best Thesis Award (2006). Along his career path, Dr. Dominic Ugwoke Ngwoke has served as the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Education (2006-2008); Programme leader and member of the senate, National Open University of Nigeria (2008-2009); Chairman, Faculty of Education Postgraduate Committee and Faculty Representative on the Board of the School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Nigeria (2010-2012); Acting Head of the Department of Educational Foundations (2012-2013), reappointed Acting Head of Department (2013-2014). He has also served in several Departmental, Faculty and University wide Committees, among which are Chairman, Departmental NUC Programmes Accreditation Committee (2005), Chairman Departmental and Member University Grants Writing Committee (2006-2008), Staff Representative on the Departmental Appraisals and Promotions Committee (2006-2008) and (2010-2012). He has served as External Examiner to the Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu (2008 till date). Currently he is representing the Faculty of Education in the Senate Research Grants Committee.
Educational Psychology (Cognitive Psychology)