Prof. Eric Kiprono Bor (Ph.D) is a sociologist, Senior Lecturer and Consultant at the Department of Peace Security and Social Studies, Egerton University. Bor holds a PhD (1999) in sociology, Masters (1991) from the University of Baroda and B.A, from Punjab (1989),. He joint Egerton University in 2000. Bor has wide experience in university administration and management. He has served as Chairperson of Department for eight years and continues to serve in several University Committees. Bor teaches both Undergraduate and Post Graduate Students pursuing Bachelor of Arts and Master of Research and Public Policy, Masters of arts in Criminology and security studies. He is both a supervisor and examiner of Post-Graduate Students. He has published and co- published numerous articles/papers in national and international journals. He is a Member of Post- Graduate committee at FASS. Bor is also an external examiner to Moi, Mount Kenya and Maasai Mara Universities. Moreover, he is a socio-economic expert to the National bio-safety Authority. In addition, he has won research grants (NRF) that has formed the basis for partnerships, collaboration among institutions and benefitted many post graduate students. He is currently, in charge of developing academic and research materials at the Department of Peace, Security & Social Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Studies, Egerton University, Kenya. He has participated in many advance academic training as a participant and as resource person. He is determined farm hands and result oriented transformative leader practicing professionalism, team work and team spirit.
1999: Ph.D in Sociology, University of Baroda
1991: M.A in Sociology, University of Baroda
1989: B.A. (General with Sociology), Punjab University
1985: Kenya Advanced Cert of Education (A Level), Afraha High School
Sociology of Education, Rural Sociology, Social Psychology, Public Administration and Sociological Theory, Criminology and criminal justice, security management studies, peace and conflict studies, community development. Public policy and administration, research methods (quantitative and qualitative methods in research)
Is a member to the faculty of arts and social sciences Post Graduate Committee
Liberia Anti-corruption Commission.
External i. An external examiner, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Community Development , Maasai Mara University. ii. An external examiner, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Anthropology and Human Ecology, Moi University. iii. A socio-economic expert to the National Bio-safety Authority- Kenya iv. October-November, 2016: Anti-corruption, Research and Foresnsic Investigation. (Resource person on sociology and psychology in Anti-corruption strategies) Client: Liberia Anti-corruption Commission. RESEARCH INTERESTS Emerging Social Issues and globalization, sociology of development, security and social order, Technology and indigenous knowledge, Environmental Sociology and Human settlements, Education and society.
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Lead lecturer in the following areas; i. Public Administration- Students; M.A Criminology & Criminal Justice/M.A Security Management ii. Social Foundations of Public Policy; Masters of Research and Public Policy (MRPP)
PROF. Okere Mark, (Ph.D)
Faculty of Education and community Studies
Prof Kibet A. Ngetich (Ph.D)
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences