Oreh Catherine Ikodiya
Adult Education And Extra-mural Studies
University of Nigeria
Prof Catherine I. Oreh joined the services of the University of Nigeria as a classroom teacher at the University Staff School Nsukka Campus in April 2, 1975. From there, she proceeded for further studies on a four-year study leave and graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Adult Education in 1984 as the best graduating student of both the Faculty of Education and the Department of Adult education and Extra-Mural Studies. During her undergraduate programme, Professor Oreh was a beneficiary of both University of Nigeria Senate Scholarship award and the Federal Government Merit Award. She was also a Distinguished Visiting Academic to the University of Liverpool in 1998. Professor Oreh has served as a consultant to different bodies which include; National University Commission (NUC), UNICEF, UNESCO, UBEC, NMEC, NTI and Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria. She is also a member of the Nigerian Academy of Education
Ability to teach and develop courses in Adult Education and Community Development with particular interest in women’s studies. Ability to initiate educational and development projects, field research, build capacity, monitor and evaluate projects in education and development. She can develop training programmes and develop courses in Adult Education, Non-Formal Education, Community Development, Literacy and Women’s Studies.