Priscillah Wanjiku Mwirigi

Priscillah Wanjiku Mwirigi

Designation, Teaching Assistant & Coordinator CRSS Program  NTCC

Faculty of Arts and Social sciences,

Department of PSSS,

Egerton University

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya

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EDUCATION

 

 

2017 On going17

PhD in Gender

Egerton University, Kenya

2013

Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation

Kenya Institute of Management

2011 Present

M.A , Sociology

Egerton University, Kenya

2006

B.A Sociology

Moi University, Kenya

2004

KCSE

Ndururumo High School

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

 

 

Sociology, Social Work, project management, Community Development and Monitoring and Evaluation

 

 

 

 

2014 – Present

Egerton University

 

2012- 2013

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Part-time)

 

2011- 2013

Moi University (Part time)

 

2011-2013

Mount Kenya University (Part-Time)

 

2010- 2013

Eldon Research Consultants

 

 

 

 

2010

Impact of Ethnicity on Inter-communal Relationships

 

2016

Influence of household structure on performance of women self-help groups in Ol Kalou sub county, Nyandarua County Kenya

 

 

 

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

1

Priscillah Wanjiku Mwirigi, and SamwelAuya(2017), Performance Drivers of Women Self helps in Nyandarua County. In Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; ISSN 2347-5374

Priscillah Wanjiku Mwirigi (2017),Universal Primary Education and Child labour in Trans Nzoia County, KenyaIn Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; ISSN 2347-5374

Priscillah Wanjiku Mwirigi etal (2016) Influence of Household Structure of Group Members on.Performance of Women Self Help Groups in Nyandarua Sub County, Kenya, Researchjournali’s Journal of Sociology, Vol 4; ISSN 2347-8241

Priscillah Wanjiku Mwirigietal (2015) Demographic Characteristics of Women self help groups in Nyandarua Central sub county Kenya, Researchjournali’s Journal of Sociology, Vol 4; ISSN 2347-8241; ISSN 2347-8241,

Priscillah Wanjiku Mwirigietal (J2014), Selected Factors Influencing Effective Implementation of CDF projects in Kimilili Constituency, Bungoma County. In International Journal of Science and Research (ISSN- 2319-7464)

Priscilla Wanjiku Mwirigi, Bosco Kasundu, Moses Mutua Mutiso and Paul Sutter Chebet, (March, 2012), Factors Contributing To Drug Abuse among the Youth in Kenya: A Case of Bamburi Location. In Elixir Journal, Soc.SCI 46(2012), 8259-8267(ISSN: 2229-712X)

Mwirigi .P. Wanjiku, Kimani Chege G, Mutiso, M.M, and Muchemi. W. Martha (July, 2012), An Investigation of Sexual Behaviors among Expectant Fathers in Urban Areas in Kenya. In Elixir Journal, Soc.SCI 48(2012), 9344-9347(ISSN: 2229-712X)

MODULES DEVELOPED

 

 

Mwirigi P. etal (2017). Disaster Management (SOCI 415), Egerton University, Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Security Studies E-learning Module

 

Mwirigi P. etal (2017). Social Gerontology (SOCI 405), Egerton University, Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Security Studies E-learning Module

 

Mwirigi P. etal (2016). Community Work, Egerton University, Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Security Studies E-learning Module

 

Mwirigi P. etal(2016). Community Development and Social Welfare, Egerton University, Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Security Studies E-learning Module

 

Member of Council for Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA)

 

An Associate Member of the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM)

PROFESSIONAL BODY MEMBERSHIP

 

 

Member of Council for Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA)

 

An Associate Member of the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM)

Date

Workshop/Seminar organizer

Areas Covered

April 2017

CODESRIA

Doctoral Mentorship

May 2015

Egerton University

Ethics, Integrity and Corruption Sensitization

Mar 2010

Consortium of International and Professional Associations

How to be a world career person

Vision 2030 and the role of the youth

March 2010

Consortium of International and Professional Associations

Career growth and Development

Investment and wealth creation

Feb 2010

Consortium of International and Professional Associations

Creating an Innovative and Creative mind

Counseling - Conflict Resolution and Management

Oct 2009

Economic Students Association

Strategic Positioning for Economic Empowerment

Mar 2009

Moi University Students Association of Arts and Social Sciences

Future of Constitutionalism and economic development in Kenya and its effects to the Kenya vision 2030

Mar 2009

Moi University Language Students Association

Flexibility in Career Choice, The power of your dream and the power of language

Nov 2007

Moi University Students Association of Arts and Social Sciences

The Role of the Youth towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals and the Kenyan Vision 2030

Oct 2007

Students in Free Enterprise

Personal financial management

Mar 2007

Erudite Consultants in Collaboration with Moi Know Aids Society

Project Management and job Search Skills

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

 

Project Management, Genders Issues, Youths in Development and Urban Issues