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KISII UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC STAFF PROFILE



PART A

Staff’s Identity Details

 



  • Name:


AKINYI PAMELA WADENDE

 
     
  • Department:

EDUCATION

 
  • School:

EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

 
  • Highest

Qualification:


Ph.D

 
  • Designation:

SENIOR LECTURER

 
  • Responsibility:

CO-ORDINATOR Postgraduate studies Kericho Campus

 



PART B

Academic Background

 

University Attended

Years

Qualification

Kenyatta University-Kenya

1987-1990

B.A in English, Philosophy and Religious Studies

Egerton University

1994-1996

Post Graduate Diploma in Education

Kenyatta University-Kenya

1999-2002

Masters in Educational Psychology

Texas State University-San Marcos

2007-2011

Ph. D in Adult, Professional, and Community Education




PART C

Area(s) of Specialization & Research Interests

 

  • Specialization

    • Educational Psychology

    • Lifespan Education and Development

  • Research Interest

    • Early Childhood Development and Education

    • Community Education

    • Gender and Women Education

    • Indigenous Education







PART D

Selected Recent Publications

 

Wadende, P.A (2014). Of participation roles in the field. World Journal of Education. 4(5), 70-76.

Wadende, P.A. (2011). Chwuech: Sustained art education among Luo women of Western Kenya. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education.17 (2), 5-19.

 

Lasser, J, Fite, K., & Wadende, P.A. (2011). Fatherhood in Kenyan ethnic communities: Implications for child development. School Psychology International, 32(1), 49-57.

 

Book Chapters

Wadende, P. Fite, C. & Lasser, J. (2014). The Kenyan father in changing times in Selin H. (ed) Parenting across cultures. Springer: Dordetcht

 

Wadende, P. (in press 2014). Women collectives: Towards social inclusion and food security. Beyond Rio+20: Emerging challenges and opportunities. United Nations University UNU-INRA: Ghana

Wadende, P.A (2012). Kenya at 47: Creativity, Scholarship, and Community Development initiatives. Mediateamit- Berlin, Germany

 

Wadende, P.A. (2010). “Women and war: A Kenyan experience.” Narrating war and peace in Africa. Rochester University Press. (refereed)

 

Wadende, P.A & Okediji, M. (2010) “The greening of the African women: Potentialities, prospects, and projects” in Multidisciplinary perspectives in overcoming the African predicament Mediateamit- Berlin, Germany. (refereed)

 

Waite, D., Rodriguez, G., & Wadende, P. (2012) The business of education reform.” The international handbook on globalization and education reforms.  In press-Springer: The Netherlands.



PART E

POST GRADUATE – MSc

PSY 810 Developmental Psychology

PSY 819 Personality and personality theories

EDU 894 A Research methods 1

 

POST GRADUATE-PhD

EDUC 804-Doctoral Seminars

DDS 805-Gender and Development

DDS 812- Food Security and Development

DLG 823 – Communication in Leadership Management

           

   

RESEARCH

    • Early Childhood Development (The First 1000 Days)

    • Older Adults health seeking behaviors



PART F

Contact Details

 

  • AKINYI PAMELA WADENDE

Senior Lecturer

    Kisii University

    Faculty of Education and Human Resource Development

    Department of Education

P.O Box 269- 20200, Kisii, Kenya

Cell phone: +254  704928984

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