Dr. Eric Kiprono Bor, PhD

 

 

 

Eric. K. Bor, Ph D

Senior Lecturer , Department of Peace, Security & social Studies

Faculty of Arts and Social sciences,

Department of PSSS,

Egerton University

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya

Mobile: +254 7859236

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Broad Objective

To be an agent transformation of lives through quality education that promotes effective teaching, research, innovation and publication

EDUCATION

Year

Degree

Institution

1999

PhD in Sociology

University of Baroda

1991

M.A in Sociology

University of Baroda

1989

B.A. (General with Sociology)

Punjab University


PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Pasgr.org (MRPP)

August 4-8,2014 successfully completed a 5 day training as lead instructor in delivery of Master of Research and Public Policy Courses held in Nairobi, Kenya

International Humanitarian Law Teacher Training Programme

29th July 03th August 2013: Attended and successfully completed the three day Roundtable organized by International Committee of the Red Cross.

International Criminal Law

July, 2011: Attended and successfully completed the two day Roundtable on international Criminal law focusing on Kenya’s need for reforms in Nairobi.

International Humanitarian Law

September, 2000: Attended and Successfully completed training Workshop for University Lecturers focusing on the implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Kenya held in Lake Baringo Lodge.

Institutional Management

January, 2006: Attended and successfully participated in leadership, Corporate Governance, Strategic planning and institutional management Seminars held in Kenya school of Monetary studies, Nairobi.

Pedagogy and Academic advising

March, 2011: Attended and successfully completed a workshop focusing on Quality Education in Universities held at Egerton University, Njoro.

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Sociology of Education, Rural development strategies, Social change and community leadership, Ethnicity, Bureaucracy and public administration, curriculum development and editing

WORK EXPERIENCE

January 2000 to date.

Lecturer and Consultant, Department of peace, Security and

Social Studies

2009 to February, 2012

Chairperson, Department of Peace, Security and Socio Studies

October, 2005-eptember, 2009

Chairperson, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Economics

July 2004-August 2005

Chairperson, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Economics

PUBLICATIONS

1

Sibia Bwoga Misoi, Eric.Kiprono. Bor ,Mwangi .Wokabi (2025) Difference Between Men and Women Perception Towards Gender Issues among Non Teaching Staff of Egerton University, Nakuru County, Kenya IJHSS Vol 3 Issue 2 ISSN 2321-9203

1

Kemboi Jebet Francisca Eric.Kiprono. Bor Kibet Ngetich (2015) “The Relationship Between group cohesiveness and performance: An Empirical Study of Funded Youth Groups in Nakuru Municipality Nakuru County Kenya”. IJHSS VOL 3 Issue 2, ISSN 2321-9203 Impact factor.

2

Betty C.Koskei, Eric Kiprono Bor S.Wokabi Mwangi (2014) “Effects of Land Use Change on the Livelihoods of Indigenous Communities: A case of Ogiek Community of Mau East,Kenya” RHSS ISSN 2224-5766 Vol 4 Issue 25

3

Graham .N. Kinyanjui, Eric Kiprono Bor (2014) “Forms of Psychosocial Effects Experienced by Women and Children in Njoro District,Nakuru County, Kenya.” IJHSS Vol 2 Issue 7 ISSN 2321-9203

4

Kaumbulu F.Kyalo. Eric.K.Bor.S.W.Wookabi (2014) Social Factors Influencing the Adoption of Biogas in the Households of Kisii Central District,Kenya. IJHS: ISSN 2321-9203 volume 2

5

F.O. Otieno, Eric.Kiprono.Bor.(2014) “Challenges Faced By Security Personnel in Fraud Detection in the County Government of Nairobi, Kenya” IOSR Journal

6

Owiyo Patriciah, Eric.K.Bor. P.Sutter. (2014) The Effect of Dominion Project on Environment Conservation in Yala Swamp, Siaya District,Kenya. IJSR: ISSN 2319-7064 V 3

7

Psiwa Chelangat Milka, E. K.Bor, Benard Mwori Sorre (2014) Intra-Clan Conflicts and Household Livelihoods in Kopsiro Division, Bungoma County, Kenya. IJSS , ISSN 2321-9203 V3 Issue 8, IJHSS, ISSN 2321-9203

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Orina.M.M. E.K.Bor S.W.Mwangi (2014) The Role of youth Self-Help Groups in Skill Development in Njoro District, Nakuru County, Kenya. JETERRAPS ISSN:216990 V 5 N5

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Psiwa Milkah Chelagat, E. K.Bor, Benard Mwori Sorre (2014) Intra-Clan Conflicts and Household Livelihoods in Kopsiro Division, Bungoma County, Kenya. (IJSR) Journal: Volume 3 Issue 8

10

E. M. Nyangena&E. K. Bor. (2014) Non-Governmental Organizations’ (NGOs) Participation in Empowering HIV/AIDS Orphaned Children through Dietary Support in Njoro District, Nakuru County, Kenya. (IJSR) Journal.

11

Nyaga Isaiah, K.Ng’etich, E. K. Bor and Theuri,M.M. (2014) “Suggested Modifications in the Implementation of the three-Pronged Anti- Corruption Strategy In Nairobi County,Kenya” Vol 2 Issue 9 IJECM, UK ISSN 2348-0386

12

Nyaga Isaiah, K.Ng’etich, E. K. Bor and Theuri,M.M. (2014) “The Factors Influencing The Implementation Of The Three-Pronged Anti-Corruption Strategy In Nairobi County, Kenya (2003-2011)” Vol. 1, Issue 14 International Journal of Social Science and Entrepreneurships, India ISSN 2307-6305

13

Nyaga Isaiah, K.Ng’etich, E. K. Borand Theuri,M.M. (2014) The prioritization of the three-pronged Anti-Corruption Strategy In Nairobi County, Kenya (2003-2011) Vol. 1, Issue 8 International Journal of Social Science and Entrepreneurships, India

14

Osike Samuel, Mwangi S.W and Bor.E.K. (2013) Effectiveness of Households’ Participation in Non-Governmental Organizations’ Supported in Homa Bay District, Homa Bay County, Kenya Vol.1 issue 10. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary, ( Pp 498-518)

15

Oino G.P,Sorre B.M,andBor E.K (2013). “The influence of Social Organization among Street Children on their Survival on the Streets”.Vol l2 Issue7, International Journal of Science and Research. (Pp 202-208)

16

Rono, A.K, Chiuri L. W, Matheka, R.M and Bor E.K. (2010), Effect of Murran system of indigenous Knowledge on Maasai Youth’s School attendance in Narok District Kenya” in Africa Research Review Vol.4(3b) (Pp 1-23)

17

Omenge, B.N,Ogola F.O. and Bor E.K.(2010) “Relationship between family Socio-Economic Status and students Academic Performance in Mixed Day Secondary Schools in MosochoKisii Central District Kenya” Organization for Social Science and Research in Eastern and Southern Africa, Vol.1 No.1 (Pp 135-145)

18

Kiprono.E. Arap Bor (1998) “Pre-Colonial Social Structure and Socialization in Kenya’’ Journal of The M.S.University of Baroda,Vol.45 (XLV) 1996-97 No.2 (Social Science Number) pg 29-46

C) PROCEEDINGS


1. Bor. E.K. And Mungai, P.C (2006). The Challenges of communication: The paradox of teaching and practising on Anti-corruption skills in the proceeding of 2006 Research week, Egerton University.

2. Bor, E.K And Wanyamah, R. O(2006), The relevance of Empirical and Critical Thinking in Generating Anti- Corruption Skills in the Proceedings of 2006 Research week, Egerton University.

3. Bor. E.K. and Osaringo B.M. (2006). Civil Servants and their Role in Combating Corruption: A Sociological Perspective in the proceedings of 2006, Research week Egerton University.

4. Bor. E.K (2006). ThePerceived Link between Poor Pay and Corrupt Practises: A Case of The Governance Trainees in Kenya. Research week proceedings, Egerton University.

5. Bor E.K. (2013) “Inter-Ethnic Conflicts and National Cohesion in the Southern Rift Valley” Kenya.

TEACHING AND SUPERVISION

a. Teaching Sociology since January. 2000 at Njoro Campus, Egerton University.

b. Currently teaching and supervising Post Graduates Students Advancing in Sociology, Community Development and Criminology and Security Studies.

SAMPLE OF COMPLETED SUPERVISION

Names Title of thesis

1. OngutiRael, (2013).A Comparative Study of The Influence of Infused Hiv And Aids Education On Students’ Hiv And Aids Awareness In Ainamoi And Sigowet Divisions, Kericho County.

2. Oino P.G (2013). The Social Organization Structures Among Street Children in Eldoret Municipality, Kenya.

3. Bokayo E.H (2013). Livelihood Strategies of Borana pastoral Migrants in their Adaptation to Urban Lifestyle in Nakuru Municipality, Kenya

4. Jelagat .K.M.(2013). Factors influencing repayment of micro-credit loans among women groups in Eldama-Ravine Division, Koibatek District, Baringo County, Kenya.

5. Chepkoech K.L (2013). A sociological analysis of factors that lead girls to undergo female circumcision after alternatives rites of passage: A case of Abakuria of Kenya.

6. Osike .S.O ( 2013). Effectiveness of household’ participation in Non-Governmental Organization supported projects in Homa Bay District, Homa Bay County, Kenya

SAMPLE OF CONTINUEING SUPERVISION

PhD ( Draft theses)

Names Title of thesis

1. Nyagah I.G ( 2013)The Implementation Of A Three-Pronged Strategy On The Reduction Of Corruption In Urban Kenya: A Case Study Of Nairobi 2013

2. Muniko M.Z (2013). Gender- labour relations in tobacco production and their implication on socio-economic welfare in Kuria District, Kenya

Masters (Draft theses)

Names Title of thesis

1. EmmieAgisu. (2013). Contract farming influence on households of the Sugarcane farmers in Mumias Division, Kenya

2. Misoi.B.S (2013). Gender equality at the place of work among the non-teaching staff in Njoro Campus, Egerton University, Nakuru County, Kenya

3. Otieno. O.F (2013). Challenges faced by security personnel in fraud detection in the County Government of Nairobi,Kenya

4.Owiyo Patriciah, The Effect of Dominion Project on Environment Conservation in Yala Swamp, Siaya District,Kenya.

5.Nyangena E. M (2013)Non-Governmental Organizations’ (Ngos) Participation In Empowering Hiv/Aids Orphaned Children In Njoro District, Nakuru County, Kenya

6 .Milka Chelangat Psiwa 2014) Intra-Clan Conflicts and Household Livelihoods in Kopsiro Division, Bungoma County, Kenya.

CONSULTANCY

1. Has been a team leader in the development of post graduate diploma in probation practice and correctional studies-client Ministry of interior and condition of national government

2. Has been a consulting editor to the international peace support training centre (IPSTC) West wood Karen Nairobi Kenya

3. Current engagement-Developing learning material for probation department

CURRENT ENGAGEMENTS

Internal

1.Is a material Developer for E-Learning Programmes

2. Is a member to the faculty of arts and social sciences Post Graduate Committee

External

1. A member of a committee on minimum standards and guidelines for credit accumulation and transfer system for sociology, the commission for University Education Kenya