Rerimoi, J. Mengich

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Rerimoi, J. Mengich

Egerton University

Faculty of Environment and Resources Development,

Department of Geography,

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya

Mobile: +254 -0711 142 880

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EDUCATION

2013

Ph.D (continuing)

Egerton University, Kenya

2002

Master of Arts (Geography)

Egerton University, Kenya.

1993

B.Ed (Arts) – Geography & History

The University of Nairobi, Kenya

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Human Geography; Cultural geography, Geography of tourism and Resources management

WORK EXPERIENCE

2002-2010

Geography Teacher, Snr. Master, Career Guidance and Counselling.

Description of Duties: Departmental Administrative duties and supervision of staff (Geography, Careers Guidance and Counselling) Guiding and advising students in career development, Geography Teacher, Trainer and Examiner, advising and guiding students by inviting Professionals in various fields.

Other Activities: National Examiner Geography (10 years), initiating ‘Family units’ and mentorship programme.

2011-Present

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Geography, Egerton University

2013- Present

Departmental Record Coordinator, Department of Geography, Egerton University.

May- August, 2011

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Education, Kabarak University

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Spatiality of tourism in marginal areas, Human-wildlife conflicts, cultural imprints on rural and urban landscapes

CONTRIBUTION TO PUBLISHING: Wrote foreword for Field techniques in Geography

COURSES I AM CURRENTLY TEACHING

Cultural Geography, Introduction to human geography, Physical Environment, Introduction to Geology, Geomorphology and Applied Geomorphology. Other Activities: Students Advising, Organizing environmental Week, Departmental Records Coordinator.