Mr. Samuel O. Osike

 

Mr. Samuel O. Osike, M.A (Sociology),

Teaching Assistant, Department of PSSS,

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences,

Egerton University,

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya.

Mobile: +254 -723446066

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EDUCATION

 

2013

M.A Sociology (CDEV&PM)

Egerton University, Kenya

2010

B.A (Sociology, Economics, History)

Egerton University, Kenya

2004

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)

Lala Secondary School, Kenya

2000

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCPE)

Adongo Primary School, Kenya

 

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

 

Community Development and Project Management, Industrial Sociology, Research Methods, Social Statistics and Social Gerontology.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

2014 to present

Teaching Assistant and Assisting in examination Offiice Dept of PSSS, Egerton University

Oct, 2014

Presiding Officer, during Students’ Union Egerton University elections.

Dec 2013-Jan, 2014

Research Assistant with Pwani University Researchers on Open Access Publishing.

Aug-Dec, 2012

Research Assistant with Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, Kenya

Aug, 2012-2014

Part time lecturer in the Departments of Peace Security and Social Studies and Community Development

2008-2010

Senior peer counselor, Egerton University

2005 and 2007

Polling clerk with ECK during referendum and general elections respectively

Aug, 2010

Polling clerk with IIEBC during Referendum

2005 – 2006

BOG teacher and Administrative Assistant at Aluor Secondary School, Homa Bay County.

Jul-Aug, 2005

Research Assistant with Agricultural and Environmental Programme, H/Bay.

 

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS

 

2013

M.A. Thesis - Effectiveness of Households’ Participation in NGO Supported Project in Homa Bay District, Kenya.

 

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

1. Osike, S. O., Mwangi, S. W. and Bor, E. K. (2013). Effectiveness of Households’ Participation in Non Governmental Organization Projects, Homa Bay District, Homa Bay County, Kenya. In the Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary ( JIARM).

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Participatory Development, Gender and Development, Conflict and peace, Industrial relations and Family issues, Social Gerontology.