Personal Details

 

Name: BATUBO, Friday Bagshaw

Rank/Status: Principal Librarian

Department/Faculty: The Library

Nationality: Nigeria

 

 

Qualification

  • West African School Certificate, Grade II (1965)
  • Diploma Library Science (Merit) (1973)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Librarianship (1980)
  • Master of Arts (ALISE) (1981)
  • Associate, Library Association (ALA), London (1983)
  • Associate Member, Nigeria Institute of Management (1985)
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) (1992)
  • Barrister at Law (1993)
  • Chartered Mediator and Conciliator (2002)
  • Associate, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, U.K (2004)
  • Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (London), (2005) Accredited Mediator
  • Associate, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Nigeria (2010)
  • Certified Librarian of the Librations Council of Nigeria (2011) (LRCN) [No. 00611]
  • Merit Award in recognition of support and immense contribution, commitment and dedication to the development of the Nigeria Librarian Association, Rivers State Chapter, (2013)

Affiliation

  • British Library Association and the Nigeria Library Association since 1974.
  • Member, Rivers State Task Force Committee on National Festival of Instruction Materials, (1985 – 1987)
  • Nigerian Institute of management, (1985)
  • Nigerian Bar Association, (1992 to date)
  • International Bar Association  (2003 to date)
  • Chartered Institute of Mediators and Conciliators
  • Association of University Academic Staff Union
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London, (Nigerian Branch)
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Nigeria.

Publication

  1. Batubo, F. B. (1986) Rivers State Library Board: Its Origins and Growth. Library Waves (1) 79 – 92.
  2. Batubo, F. B. (1986) “The Role of the Library in a Changing society” Insight: 36 – 40
  3. Batubo, F. B. (1987) ”Library Cooperation: The Network Approach for 21st Century Nigerian Libraries”. Paper presented at the General Meeting/Conference of Nigerian Library Association, Abeokuta.
  4. Batubo, F. B. (1988) “Library Co-operation” International Library Review, 517 - 532
  5. Batubo, F. B. (1995) “Librarianship and Copyright in Nigeria in the Computer Age” Nalis: Journal of Library Science of the Abia State University, Uturu, Vol. 6.
  6. Batubo, F. B. (2007), “Preservation and Security of Library and information Materials”. In Ahiauzu, B., Akobo, D. and Igben M. J. (2007) Fundamentals of Library Practice, Port Harcourt, Davidstone: 146 – 159.
  7. Batubo, F. B. and Digitemie-Batubo, B. N. (2008), Challenges in Information and Communication: A Paper presented at the 1st International Conference of the Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria. 17th – 21st June, 2008 (to be published as book chapter).
  8. Batubo, F. B. and Digitemie-Batubo, B. N. (2010) “The Role of Libraries in Conflict Resolution: the Niger Delta Case”, Library Philosophy and Practice
  9. Batubo, F. B. (2010) University Law Library Development and Administration in the 21st Century in Nwachukwu, V. and Blakes, E. Ft. (2010) University Library Management: 21st Century Perspectives.
  10. Port Harcourt, Ulamba, pp. 127 - 143.
  11. Idiedo, V. O. and Batubo, F. B. (2012) Use of Library … Jurisconsult;
  12. The Journal of Law Students Association, Niger Delta University, 3rd Issue. Pp. 94 – 112.
  13. Batubo, F. B and Digitemie Batubo, F. B. (2010) Towards Automation in the Niger Delta University: Prospects and Challenges.
  14. Batubo, F. B. Mediation: the core Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Process [In view]
  15. Ahiauzu, B; Digitemie-Batubo, B. N and Batubo, F. B. Application of ICT to collection development in Nigerian Academic Libraries for knowledge Society: A Study of Rivers and Bayelsa States Academic Libraries [In-view]

Conference Attended

  1. Nigeria Library Association, Seminar on Cataloguing, University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, 26th – 29th July, 1983.
  2. Nigeria Library Association: Seminar on Cataloguing and Classification, University of Jos, Markurdi Campus, Makurdi, Benue State, 23rd – 26th September, 1987.
  3. National Seminar on the Promotion of Reading, July 24th – 28th, 1984, Lagos University, Akoka, Lagos.
  4. Nigeria Library Association: Annual General Meeting, (1974 to date).
  5. October, 2000 – Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
  6. March, 2002 – Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators
  7. Nigeria Bar Association, Annual General Meeting (1992 to date)
  8. Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, United Kingdom (Nigerian Branch Annual General Meeting) 2003 to date.
  9. International Conference of the Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 17 – 21 June, 2008.

Work Experience

  1. Head, Reference Department 1992-April 2007
  2. Head, Serials Department May 2007- Dec. 2011
  3. Acted for University Librarian Severally.
  4. Head, Readers Services Librarian 1st January 2012 to date.

Member of University/Faculty/Department Committee

  • July 23, 1973 – October 15, 1977
  • Rivers State Library Board, Port Harcourt Library Officer-in-charge of Acquisitions and Pre-Order Searching: Assistant Cataloguer.
  • October, 1981 – July 1989 Rivers State Library Board, Port Harcourt Senior Librarian-in-charge, Readers’ Service Department, i.e. Circulation, Librarian Lending, Reference, Children’s Mobile Section and Extension services; Research, Publications and Staff Training.
  • July, 1989 – June, 1991 Principal Librarian in-charge of Acquisitions/Technical Services and Chief cataloguer, Grade Level 12/4.
  • July, 1991 – March, 1994 Chief Librarian and Research Officer, Grade Level 13/8, Rivers State House of Assembly, Port Harcourt.
  • March 1994 – August, 1994 Chief Librarian/Cataloguer, Rivers State Library Board, Port Harcourt.
  • August, 1994 – December, 1997 Assistant Director, Ministry of Education, Port Harcourt, Legal Adviser.
  • January 1st, 1998 – April 13th, 2006 Principal State Counsel, Ministry of Justice, Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Retired: April 13th, 2006.
  • April 25 – May, 2008 Acted University Librarian, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.
  • October – November 8, 2011 Acted University Librarian, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.
  • August 31st, 2007 – February 28th, 2013 Law Librarian, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.
  • March 1st 2013 Till date Law Librarian, Rivers State University of Science and Technology Nkpolu, Oroworukwo Port Harcourt

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Personal Details

 

Name: Dr. Owen, Onyema Joseph

Rank/Status: Lecturer I

Department/Faculty: Animal Science

Nationality: Nigeria

 

 

Qualification

  • Ph.D Environmental Management 2008
  • Certificate in Health Safety and Environment (HSE) 2007
  • Certificate in Computer Operation. UNIPORT 1996
  • M. Phil. Animal Production/Management 1995
  • NYSC Discharge Certificate 1989
  • B.Sc. (2nd Class Lower) Animal Science 1988
  • WASC A-Level (Economics) 1981
  • West African School Certificate (Div II) 1980

Published Papers

  1. N.A. Berepubo, O.J. Owen, A. Monsi, U.I Oji and E.C. Chukuigwe (1995). Evaluation of sudden death syndrome in rabbit colonies reared under different systems in Rivers State, Nigeria. Journal of Innovations in Life Sciences, Vol. 2: 44 – 47.
  2. B.M. Oruwari, O.J Owen and A.O. Amakiri (1997). Effect of Choline in reducing methionine requirement on growth of broilers. Nig. J. Teacher Educ. VI (1 & 2): 97 – 102.
  3. O.J. Owen, J.P Alawa, S.N. Wekhe, A.O. Aniebo, E.M. Ngodigha and A.O. Amakiri (2008). Haematological and Biochemical responses of weaner rabbits fed diets containing graded levels of poultry litter. International Journal of Biotechnology and Biochemistry. Vol. 4 No. 1: 33 – 37.
  4. E.C. Chukuigwe, D.A. Week and O.J. Owen (2008). Determinants of firm growth in poultry enterprises in Rivers State, Nigeria. Agricultural Journal 3 (5): 392 – 396.
  5. O.J. Owen, E.C. Chukuigwe, A.O. Amakiri and A.O. Aniebo (2008). Bamboo hutches as a replacement for wire mesh cages in rabbit production in Nigeria (2008). Livestock Research for Rural Development. 20 (11): 1 – 5.
  6. O.J. Owen, J.P Alawa, S.N. Wekhe, A.O. Aniebo, E.M. Ngodigha and A.O. Amakiri (2008). Some bacteriological aspects of poultry litter used as feed supplement in rabbit diets. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry. Vol. 90, Nos. 5 – 6: 1193 – 1196.
  7. O.J. Owen, E.M. Ngodigha and A.O. Amakiri (2008). Proximate composition of heat treated poultry litter (Layers). International Journal of Poultry Science 7 (11): 1033 – 1035.
  8. O.J. Owen, A.O. Amakiri, E.M. Ngodigha and E.C. Chukuigwe (2008). The Biologic and Economic Effect of Introducing Poultry Waste in Rabbit Diets. International Journal of Poultry Science 7 (11): 1036 – 1038.
  9. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen, E.M. Ngodigha and D.O. Jack (2008). Effect of refined petroleum product (Kerosene) flame and fumes on serum enzyme characteristics of broiler chickens. International Journal of Poultry Science 7 (11): 1039 - 1041.
  10. O.J. Owen, J.P. Alawa, S.N. Wekhe, N.O. Isirimah, E.C. Chukuigwe, A.O. Aniebo, E.M. Ngodigha and A.O. Amakiri (2009). Incorporating Poultry Litter in Rabbit feed: A Solid waste Management Strategy. Egyptian Journal of Animal Production, 46 (1): 63 – 68.
  11. A.O. Amakiri, A. Monsi, S.C. Teme, P.N Ede, O.J. Owen and E.M. Ngodigha (2009). Air quality and micro-meterological monitoring of gaseous pollutants/flame emissions from burning crude petroleum in poultry house. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, Vol. 91, Nos. 1 – 2: 225 – 232.
  12. A.O. Amakiri, A. Monsi, O.J. Owen and E.M. Ngodigha (2009). Enzyme Serology of broiler chickens exposed to crude petroleum flame and fumes. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry. Vol 91, Nos. 1 – 2: 345 – 345 – 348.
  13. O.J. Owen, A.O. Amakiri and E.M. Ngodigha (2009). Physiological responses of weaner rabbits fed graded levels of poultry litter. International Journal of Poultry Science 8 (2): 183 – 187.
  14. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and I.I. Iboh (2009). Effects of refined petroleum product (kerosene) flame and fumes on the performance of broiler chickens. International Journal of Poultry Science 8 (2): 188 – 191.
  15.  A.O. Aniebo; E. S. Erondu and O. J. Owen (2009). Replacement of fish meal           with maggot meal in African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) diets. UDO Agricola 9(3):666-671
  16.  A.O. Aniebo and O. J. Owen (2010). Effects of age and methods of drying on             the proximate composition of house fly larvae (Musca domestica Linnaeus)   meal (HFLM). Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 9 (5): 485-487.
  17. O. J. Owen, A. O. Amakiri and C. I. Ezeano (2010). The cost benefit analysis of           incorporating bitter leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) meal in broiler finishers diet.           Journal of Environmental Issues & Agriculture in Developing Countries 2(1): 131-141
  18. A. O. Amakiri and O. J. Owen (2010). Hematological responses of broiler           chickens exposed to simulated crude petroleum emissions. Journal of Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry. 92(5): 987-992
  19. A. O. Amakiri, A. Monsi and O. J. Owen (2010). Hormonal responses of broiler chickens to simulated crude petroleum flame and fumes. Journal of Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry. 92(5): 993-997
  20. O. J. Owen, J. P. Alawa, S. N. Wekhe, A. O. Amakiri and E. M. Ngodigha           (2010). Deep stacking poultry litter as feed ingredients in livestock production. 
  21. a.     Journal of Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry. 92(7): 1259-1263
  22. V.N. Nyeche; O.J. Owen and L. Ndor (2010). X-Chromatin Status of Rabbits in    Selected Farms in Port Harcourt – Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture        and Biology 12(5)781-784
  23. L. Ndor, O.J.Owen and V. N. Nyeche (2010). Influence of Housing Systems on the   Performance and Reproductive Characteristics of Weaner Rabbits Reared in Port Harcourt,  Nigeria International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 12(6)947-949
  24. O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri (2010). : The Potentialities and challenges of Rabbitary in Nigeria: A Review. Journal of Environmental Issues & Agriculture in Developing Countries 2(2&3):22-27
  25.  A.O. Amakiri and O.J. Owen (2010). Organs weight and performance characteristics of broiler chickens exposed to crude petroleum flame and fumes. Bulletin of Animal Health and Animal Production. 58(3):210-S215
  26.  A, O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen, and I.I. Iboh (2010). Histopathology of the Organs of Broiler Chickens Exposed to Flame and Fumes of Kerosene burning. Bulletin of Animal Health and Animal Production. 58(3):268-272
  27.  E.M. Ngodigha and O.J. Owen (2009). Evaluation of the Bacteriological Characteristics of Poultry Litter as Feedstuff for Cattle. Scientific Research and Essay. 4(3): 188-190
  28. O.J.Owen, A.O.Amakiri and T.A.Karibi-Botoye (2011). Lipid lowering effects of bitter leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) in broiler chickens fed finishers’ mash. Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America. 2(6):1038-1041.
  29. O.J.Owen, A.O.Amakiri and T.A.Karibi-Botoye (2011). Sugar lowering effects of bitter leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) in experimental broiler finisher chickens. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Reasearch.  4(1): 19-21
  30.  O.J. Owenand A.O.Amakiri (2011). Serological and Haematological Profile of Broiler Finishers’ fed Graded Levels of Bitter Leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) Meal. Advances in Agricultural Biotechnology. 1: 77-81
  31. O.J. Owen (2011). Proximate composition, energy content and mineral profile of Vernonia amygdalina (Bitter Leaf) meal. Advances in Food and Energy Security.1:36-39
  32. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and E.S. Etokeren (2011). Broiler chicken’s growth rate
  33.  In three different nocturnal lighting regimes. African  Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development. 11(5): 1-8
  34. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and C.N. Udenze (2011). Comparative Study of Nutritional Value of Two Pasture Grasses Using Weaner Rabbits. New Clues in Sciences. 1: 88-91
  35. A.O.Aniebo, C.A.Odukwe, C.I.Ebenebe, P.K.Ajuogu, O.J.Owen and P.N.Onu (2011). Effect of housefly larvae (Musca domestica) meal on the carcass ans sensory qualities of the mud catfish (Clarias gariepinus). Advances in Food and Energy Security.1:24-28
  36. O.J.Owen, A.O. Amakiri, E.U.David, V.N.Nyeche and L.Ndor (2011). Sustainable Broiler Chicken Production in Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture, 3(6):50-56
  37. A O Aniebo, E S Erondu  and O J Owen (2008).Proximate composition of housefly larvae (Musca domestica) meal generated from  mixture of cattle blood and wheat bran. Livestock Research for Rural Development, 20(12). www.lrrd.org/lrrd20/12/anie20205.htm
  38. O.J.Owen  (2011). Introduction of alternative anti-biotic growth promoters (AAGS)  in animal production in Nigeria: A review. Instasci Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1(1):1-5
  39. O.J.Owen, E.V.Okeke and A.O.Amakiri (2011). Probiotics and monogastric animal production in Nigeria.  Instasci Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1(1):6-10
  40.  O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri (2012). Histopathology of the organs of weaner rabbits fed poultry litter supplemented diets. Advances in Agricultural Biotechnology, 2: 1-4

Academic Papers in Press

  1. A. O. Amakiri; A. Monsi and O.J. Owen (2009). Histopathology of the organs of broiler chickens exposed to crude petroleum flame and fumes. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health.
  2. S.N. Wekhe; O.J. Owen and I.G. Amadi (2009). Evaluation of cost of medication of commercial broiler production in the tropics. Research Opinions in Animal and Veterinary Sciences.
  3. A. O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and D.O Jack (2009). Effects of refined petroleum product (Kerosene) flame and fumes on haematological characteristics of broiler chickens. Bulletin of Animal Health and Animal Production.
  4. O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri (2009). The biologic and economic implications of all forage diets in rabbit production. Journal Central European Agriculture.

Conferences

  1. O.J.Owen and N.A. Berepubo (1996). Evaluation of “Sudden Death” syndrome in rabbit colonies raised under different rearing systems in Rivers State, Nigeria. Proceedings 21st Ann. National Conference, Nig. Soc. for Ani. Prod. 24 – 28th March, Uyo. Abs.
  2. O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri (2008). Influence of housing on the performance characteristics of weaner rabbits reared in Port Harcourt – Rivers State. Proc. 13th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN) 15 – 19th September, Abu, Zaria. Pp 406 – 408.
  3. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and D.O. Jack (2008). Effect of refined petroleum product (kerosene) flame and fumes on serum enzyme characteristics of broiler chickens. Proc. 13th Ann. Conf. Animal Scinece Association of Nigeria (ASAN) 15 – 19th Sept., ABU, Zaria. pp. 121 – 123.
  4. A.O. Aniebo, S.N. Wekhe, O.J. Owen and I.C. Okoli (2008). Assessment of volume and value of slaughter animals figures in Rivers State – Nigeria. Proc. 45th Ann. Congress, Nigerian Veterinary Med. Asso., Imo. Abs.
  5. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and D.O. Jack (2009). Effects of refined petroleum product (kerosene) flame and fumes on haematological characteristics of broiler chickens. Proc. 34th Ann. Conf. Nig. Soc. for Ani. Prod. (NSAP), Uyo March 15th – 18th pp 41 – 44.
  6. O.J. Owen, A.O. Amakiri and E.M. Ngodigha (2009). Physiological responses of weaner rabbits fed graded levels of poultry litter. Proc. 34th Ann. Conf. Nig. Soc. for Ani. Prod. (NSAP), Uyo March 15th – 18th pp 214 – 218.
  7. E.M. Ngodigha, C.D. Gbarale, C. L. Eze and O.J. Owen (2009). Ruminant manure: An alternative source of renewable energy. Proc. 34th Ann. Conf. Nig. Soc. for Ani. Prod. (NSAP), Uyo March 15th – 18th pp 254 – 255.
  8. O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri (2009). Rabbitary in Nigeria: The Potentialities, Opportunities and challenges: A Review. Proc. International Conf. on Global food crisis, FUT, Owerri. April 19 – 24th. pp 79 – 82.
  9. O.J. Owen, A.O. Amakiri, E.U. David, V.N. Nyeche and L. Ndor (2009). Proximate composition, energy content and mineral profile of Vernonia amygdalina (Bitter Leaf) meal. Proc. 14th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN), 14th – 17th September, Ogbomoso, Oyo State. Pp 173 - 176
  10. 10.    A, O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen, and I.I. Iboh (2009). Histopathology of the Organs of Broiler Chickens Exposed to Flame and Fumes of Kerosene burning. Proc. 14th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN), 14th – 17th September, Ogbomoso, OyoState pp 286 – 288.
  11. L. Ndor, O.J. Owen and V.N. Nyeche (2009). Influence of Housing Systems on the Performance and Reproductive Characteristics of Wearner Rabbits Reared in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Proc. 14th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN), 14th – 17th September, Ogbomoso, Oyo State. Pp 484 - 486
  12. V.N. Nyeche; O.J. Owen and L. Ndor (2009). X-Chromatin Status of Rabbits in Selected Farms in Port Harcourt – Nigeria. Proc. 14th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN), 14th – 17th September, Ogbomoso, Oyo State. Pp 60 – 61
  13. O.J. Owen, J.P. Alawa, S.N. Wekhe,  E.M. Ngodighaand A.O. Amakiri (2009). Deep Stacking Poultry Litter as Feed Ingredient in Livestock Production. Proc. 14th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN), 14th – 17th September, Ogbomoso, Oyo State. Pp 439 – 441.
  14. A. O. Amakiri; A. Monsi and O.J. Owen (2010). Histopathology of the organs of broiler chickens exposed to crude petroleum flame and fumes. Proc. 35th Conf. Nig. Soc. for Anim. Prod.14th-17th March,Univ. of Ibadan. Pp.116-122
  15. O.J. Owen, J.P. Alawa, S.N. Wekhe, E.M. Ngodighaand A.O. Amakiri (2010). Histopathology of the organs of weaner rabbits fed poultry litter supplemented diets. Proc. 35th Conf. Nig. Soc. for Anim. Prod.14th-17th March,Univ. of Ibadan. Pp.123-125.
  16. O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri Japanese quail (Cortunix cortunix japonica): its potentialities, opportunities and challenges (2010). Proc. 35th Conf. Nig. Soc. for Anim. Prod.14th-17th March,Univ. of Ibadan. Pp.333-335
  17. A.O. Amakiri and O.J. Owen (2010). Organs weight and performance characteristics of broiler chickens exposed to crude petroleum flame and fumes. Proc. 35th Conf. Nig. Soc.for Anim. Prod.14th-17th March,Univ. of Ibadan. Pp.336-340.
  18. O.J. Owen, A. O. Amakiri and C. I. Ezeano (2010). The cost benefit analysis of incorporating bitter leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) meal in broiler finishers diet. Proc. 35th Conf. Nig. Soc.for Anim. Prod.14th-17th March,Univ. of Ibadan. Pp.670-674
  19. O.J. Owen and A.O. Amakiri (2010). The biologic and economic implications of all forage diets in rabbit production. Proc. 35th Conf. Nig. Soc. for Anim. Prod.14th-17th March, Univ. of Ibadan. Pp.675-678
  20. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and E.S. Etokeren (2009). Broiler chicken growth rate and feeding behaviour in three different nocturnal lighting regimes. Proc. 15th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN), 13th – 16th September, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. Pp 406 – 408.
  21. O.J.Owen, A.O.Amakiri and T.A. Karibi-Botoye (2010). Assessment of Some Serum Metabolites and Ezymes of Broiler Finisher Chickens’ Fed Bitter Leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) Meal Diets. Proc. 15th Ann. Conf. Animal Science Association of Nigeria (ASAN), 13th – 16th September, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. Pp 220 – 222..
  22. A.O. Amakiri, O.J. Owen and C.N. Udenze (2011). Comparative Study of Nutritional Value of Two Pasture Grasses: Panicum Maximum (Guinea Grass) and Pennisetum Purpureum (Elephant Grass) Using Weaner Rabbits. Proc. 36th Conf. Nig. Soc.for Anim. Prod.13th-16th March, ,Abuja. Pp.302-304
  23. .   O.J.Owen (2011). Introduction of Alterative Antibiotic Growth Promoters (AAGS) in Animal Production in Nigeria. (2011). Proc. 36th Conf. Nig. Soc .for Anim. Prod.13th-16th March, ,Abuja. Pp.700-703
  24. O.J.Owen, E.V.Okeke and A.O.Amakiri  (2011). Probiotics and Monogastric Animal Production in Nigeria.  Proc. 36th Conf. Nig. Soc .for Anim. Prod.13th-16th March, ,Abuja. Pp.752-754

Work Experiences

  • Lecturer 1 Department of Animal Science Faculty of Agriculture Rivers State University of Science and Technology Port Harcourt
  • Resource Person (2006) Nemconi nvironmental Konsult Ltd. Bungalow 11, Road B Rivers State University of Science and Technology Port Harcourt, Rivers State
  • Manager (Operations), Delta Agro-Environ Consult, 27 Worukwo Street Oroworukwo Village, Port Harcourt. (2005 – 2007)
  • Private Farmer (Livestock Production), The farmers, 10 Ezimba Road Ogbor Hill, Aba – Abia State (1989 – 1996).
  • Teaching (Agricultural Science Teacher) National Youth Service (NYSC) Community Secondary School Afaha – Obong, Abak L.G.A, Akwa Ibom State (1988 – 1989).
  • SIWES (Student Industry Work Experiences) 1986 – 1987 School – To – land Authority, 175 Aba Road, Port Harcourt.

Community Services

  • Departmental Time-Table / Examination Officer (2008 – Date)
  • Faculty Examination Board Member (2008 – Date)
  • Faculty Post-graduate Board Member (2008 – Date)
  • Departmental Seminar Coordinator (2008 – Date)
  • Member Dean’s Advisory Committee (2009-Date)
  • Member Joint Venture between United Nation Environmental Project (UNEP) and Rivers State University of Sci. & Tech. Port Harcourt (RSUST) on the Environmental Assessment of Ogoniland in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria (May,2010-Date)
  • Editorial Consultant Journal of Environmental Issues & Agriculture in Developing Countries Ikot-Ekpene Akwa Ibom State-Nigeria (April, 2010-Date)
  • Reviewer of Academic Journals both International and National

University Academic Activities

  • Teaching courses in B.Agric, PG.D and M.Sc
  • Student project supervision
  • Students Advisorship

International Proceeding

  1. O.J.Owen, A. O. Amakiri and T.A. Karibi-Botoye (2010). Sugar-Lowering Effects of Bitter Leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) in Experimental Broiler Finisher Chickens. 4th Annual Nutrition Epidemiological Conference 4th-8th October, Nairobi-Kenya
  2. O.J. Owen, A.O. Amakiri, E.U. David, V.N. Nyeche and L. Ndor (2010). Sustainable Broiler Chicken Production in Nigeria. Proceedings of International Conference on Research and Development. Nov. 23-26th, 2010 Accra-Ghana. 3(13):1-7

Professional Affiliation

  1. Nigerian Society for Animal Production NSAP (Member)
  2. Animal Science Association of Nigeria ASAN (Member)
  3. Nigerian Institute of Animal Science NIAS (Member)
  4. African Nutrition Science Ghana ANS (Member)
  5. International Research and Development Institute (Member)

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Personal Details

 

Name: NTE, IYAKUTYE JACOB

Rank/Status:Lecturer (Part Time)

Department/Faculty: Animal Science

Nationality: Nigeria

 

 

Qualification

  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Animal Nutrition                                                     2014
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Animal Science, Second Class Upper Division   1991
  • G.C.E. ‘O’ Level.                                                                                                  1985
  • First School Leaving Certificate (F.S.L.C.)                                                           1980

Work Experiences

  • Livestock Supervisor, Pabod Food Company Limited, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. (One Year Industrial Attachment)  1989-1990
  • Research Assistant, Teaching and Research Farm, Obafemi Awolowo    University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. (National Youth Service Corps-NYSC) 1991-1992
  • Tutor, Midtown College, No. 7 Emenike Street, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 1992-1993
  • Lecturer (Part time), Rivers State College of Arts and Science, Rumuola, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 1993
  • Vice Principal Academics, Emarid College,No. 17 Harbour Road, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 1994-2008
  • Graduate Assistant, Department of Animal Science, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, P.M.B. 5080, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 2008-2014

Skills

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Supervisory and Leadership ability.

Professional Affiliation

  • Member, Nigerian Environmental Society (MNES)
  • Member, Animal Science Association of Nigeria (MASAN)
  • Registered Animal Scientist (RAS)
  • Member, World Poultry Science Association (MWPSA}
  • Member, Nigerian Society for Animal Production (MNSAP)

Awards

  • Best Graduating Student, Department of Animal Science, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 1990/1991
  • Best Student in Animal Reproductive Physiology, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 1990/1991

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Personal Details

 

Name: Olaka, Odejor Samuel (Dr.)

Rank/Status:Senior Lecturer

Department/Faculty: Animal Science

Nationality: Nigeria

 

 

Qualification

  • POST PRIMARY (a) Adventist High School, Ihie, Nbawsi (1963 – 1967) WASC
  • Baptist High School, Port Harcourt (1971 – 1972) HSC
  • UNIVERSITY: University of Nigeria, Nsukka (1973 – 1979) DV.M

Appointment Held in the University

  1. SIWES Co-ordinator (1994 – 1997) , (2009 – Date)
  2. Departmental Exam Officer (2002 – 2005)
  3. Chairman, Farm Management Committee (2004 – 2006)
  4. Veterinary Surgeon in Charge of Veterinary Clinic, University Research and Teaching Farm
  5. Member, Faculty Exam Disciplinary Committee

Community Service

  • Member, Federal Road Safety Commission, Special Marsha Unit, Rivers Command. (2004 – 2009)
  • Chairman, Ebubu Welfare Society. (2001 – 2005)
  • Member, Eleme Local Government Project Monitoring Committee. (2007 – 2010)

Membership of Professional Bodies

  1. Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association
  2. Nigerian Society for Animal Production

Work Experiences

  • Veterinary Officer, Veterinary Clinic Ikorodu, Lagos State (1979 – 1980) NYSC
  • Senior Veterinary Officer, Niger Delta Basin Development Authority, Port Harcourt (1982 – 1987)
  • Lecturer 1: Department of Animal Science, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt (1991 – 2002)
  • Senior Lecturer: Department of Animal Science, Rivers State University of Science and Technology (2002 – Date)

Academic publications in Referred Journal

  1. Wekhe, S.N. Banigo, E.B. and Olaka, O.S. (1994) Effects of Orabolin (Ethylesrernol) on the performance of boilers in the humid tropics: J. of Anim. Res. 5. 119 – 123
  2. Olaka, O.S. and S.N. Wekhe (1994) Abattoir survey of trypanosomiasis in the trade goats in Port Harcourt. A letter to the editor, Delta Agric. 9.00 – 00
  3. Ngodigha, E.E. Sese, M.B.T., O.S. Olaka and Iyayi., E.A. (1994) Effects of brewers dried grain on the growth performance and plasma amino acids of young pigs. J. Appl. Res. 6.:67 – 107
  4. Olaka, O.S. and Wekhe, S.N. (1994) The role of gastro-intestinal parasites in Livestock in Port Harcourt and environs, Rivers State. Delta Agric. 4 (1997)
  5. Olaka, O.S. and Wekhe, S.N. (1997) Effect of Colostrum on White blood cell count in forstered piglets in the humid tropics (1996). Nig. J. Agric. Teacher Edu. V (1) 31 – 41
  6. Olaka, O.S., Mgbere, O.O. and Dambo, L. B (2000) Effects of intake of sucrose on the performance of boilers in the tropics. Delta Agric. 7 (2000) 69 – 72
  7. Okolo, K. F., Eze, V.I. and Olaka, O.S. (2003). Clinical Manifestations of Canine distemper in Nigerian dogs infected with local isolate of canine distemper. Nigerian Vet. J. Vol. 24 (1) 44 – 47. A short communication

Conference and Learned Societies Activities

  1. Wekhe, S.N., Banigo, E.B. and Olaka, O.S. (1991). Effect of Orabolin (Ethlesternol) on the performance of broilers in the humid tropics. A paper presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Vet. Med. Assoc. Oct. 28th – 31st, 1991, Port Harcourt
  2. Olaka, O.S. and Wekhe, S.N. (1993). The effect of Colostrum on the White blood cell count in forested piglets. A paper presented at the 18th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Anim. Prod. 21st – 25th March, 1993. Owerri, Nigeria.
  3. Olaka, O.S. and Wekhe, S.N. (1993). Prevalence of trypanosomiasis in the trade goats in Rivers State. A paper presented at the 18th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production 21st 25th March, 1993. Owerri, Nigeria.
  4. Olaka, O.S. and Ngodiagha, E. M. (1994). The effect of graded levels of Potassium iodide crystals on the growth performance of broilers in the tropics. A paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production 20th – 24th March, 1994. Benin, Ugbowo, Benin City
  5. O.S. and Wekhe, S.N. (1994). A survey of gastro-intestinal parasites of livestock and poultry prevalent in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. A paper presented at the 19th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production 20th – 24th March, 1994. Benin City.
  6. Olaka, O.S. and Wekhe, S.N. (1992). An improved course of handling and administration of Vaccines. A paper presented at the Workshop Training for Livestock officers organized by Nutri-Tech. Services Ltd., for Agricultural Development Programme (ADP) Rivers State, Dec. 1st - 3rd, 1992.
  7. Olaka, O.S. (1992). Animal Health/Vet. Services of Livestock (Small Ruminants). A paper presented at the Workshop on Small Ruminants and Rabbit Production organized by OSWOL Consultancy Services for Agricultural Development Programme (ADP) Rivers State: 28th – 30th Oct. 1992.
  8. S.M. Oruseibo, O.S. Olaka and G.W. Etekpe The effect of restricted feeding on broiler chickens production performance. A paper presented at the proceedings of the Silver Jubilee Anniversary of NSAP 21st – 26th March, 1998 at Abeokuta, Nigeria.
  9. Olaka, O.S., Mgbere, O.O. and Dambo, L.B (2002) Relationship between feed intake and energy requirements in broiler chicks in the tropics. A paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production 19th – 22nd , Sept. 2000 at Delta Hotels, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
  10. Olaka, O.S., Mgbere, O.O. (2001). Response of cockerels to graded levels of PASUMA (Methytestosterone, MTGR) in the tropics. A paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production 19th – 22nd Sept. 2000 at Delta Hotels, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
  11. B.T. Sese and O.S. Olaka (1998). Growth response and digestibility in growing rabbits offered cowpea testa and commercial concentrate. A paper presented at the proceedings of the Silver Jubilee Anniversary of NSAP 21st – 26th March, 1998 at Gateway Hotels, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
  12. Olaka, O.S., Mgbere, O.O and Amirinze, C.O (2002). Effect of Season on Litter performance of exotic pigs in the high rainfall zone of Nigeria: A paper presented at the 27th Annual Conference of NSAP 17th – 22nd March, 2002; Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria.

Papers Submitted for Review and for Publication

  1. Olaka, O.S., Mgbere, O.O. and Dambo, L.B. (2002). Relationship between feed intake and Energy requirements in broiler chicks in the tropics. J. of Delta Agric. Faculty of Agric. Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt.
  2. Olaka, O.S., Mgbere, O.O. (2001). Response of cockerels to graded levels of PASUMA (Methytestosterone, MTGR) in the tropics. J. of Delta Agric. Faculty of Agric, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt.
  3. Olaka, O.S. Mgbere, O.O. and Amirinze, C.O. (2002) Effect of Season on the Litter performance of exotic pigs in the high rainfall zone. J. of Applied Anim. Research GSP, India.
  4. Olaka, O.S. and Ngodiagha, E.M. (1994) The effect of graded levels of Potassium iodide crystals on the growth performance of broilers in the tropics. J. of Innovation in Life Sciences
  5. Olaka, O.S. and Wekhe, S.N. (1994). A survey of gastro-intestinal parasites of Livestock and poultry prevalent in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. J. of South Africa Vet. Assoc.

Published Book

  • LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION IN THE TROPICS BY OLAKA, O.S., PUBLISHED BY ABALAEBO PUBLICATION ISBN: 987 – 988 – 085 – 025 COPYRIGHT © 2011, O.S. OLAKA

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Personal Details

 

Name: GUNN HOLLINSHEAD HOLLY

Rank/Status:Assistant Lecturer

Department/Faculty: Animal Science

Nationality: Nigeria

 

 

Qualification

  • First School Leaving Certificate 1985
  • Senior School Certificate Examination 1994
  • General Certificate Exam 1995
  • B.Sc – Animal Science  2002
  • M.Sc.-Animal Breeding and Genetics 2008
  • Ph.D- Animal Breeding and Genetics In-view

Work Experiences

  • Research and Teaching Farm (Feb. 2000 – July 2000) Position: Industrial Training Student
  • Industrial Training-II, Government and public affairs Units, Shell Petroleum Development Company, East July-March 2001, Position:Public Relations Officer (Industrial Training Staff)
  • CBS Computer Training Centre (2002 – 2003) Position: Computer Instructor
  • S&D Breeding Farms, Abeokuta, Ogun State (March 1999 – February 2000). Position:NYSC Experience (A. As Poultry supervisor)

Research Activities

  • B.Sc.-Intake Pattern of water and feed by Broiler chickens raised in the University Farm (2002).
  • M.Sc- Effect of Major Genes on Organs, carcass traits and Haematology of the Nigerian Local Chicken (2008).
  • Genomic Polymorphism of the Nigerian Local Chickens in oil Explorating Communities in the Niger Delta (In-view)

University Academic Activities

  • Teaching courses in B.Agric, PG.D and M.Sc
  • Student project supervision
  • Students Advisorship

Academic publications in Referred Journal

  1. Peters, S.O., Gunn, H.H., Imumorin, I.G., Agaviezor, B.O., and Ikeobi, C.O.N. 2011. Haematological studies of frizzled and naked neck genotypes of Nigerian native chickens. Tropical Animal Production and Health 43(3): 631 – 638.
  2. Agaviezor, B. O., F. O. Ajayi, H. H. Gunn and O. A. Adebambo (2011). Nigerian indigenous vs exotic hens: the correlation factor in body weight and laying performance. African Research Review 5:(1)405-413
  3. Agaviezor, B.O., Gunn, H.H., Amusan, S.A. and Imumorin, I.G. (2013). Gene Flow between Nigerian Sheep Breeds as Revealed by Microsatellite DNA Markers, Journal of Animal Production Adv 3(2):35-39
  4. Gunn, H.H Peters, S.O., Imumorin, I.G., Agaviezor, B.O., O.A. Adebambo, and Ikeobi, C.O.N. Growth and egg traits in frizzled and naked neck genotypes of Nigerian native chickens. Tropical Animal Production and Health (Under review)
  5. Gunn, H.H, Peters, S.O., Agaviezor, B.O., and Ikeobi, C.O.N. (2010). Effect of major genes and sex on body weight of the Nigerian native chickens. Proceedings of the 35th conference of Nigerian Society for Animal Production 14-17, pp.73-76.

Course Taught

  1.    Unger graduate (B.Agric)
    • Principles of Animal Genetics and Breeding (ANS 321)
    • Animal Husbandry Techniques (Pigs) (ANS 433)
    • Applied Animal Breeding (ANS 522)
    • Research Techniques in Animal Science (ANS 571)
    • Swine and Rabbit Production (ANS 534)
  2. Postgraduate (M.Sc )
    • Applied Animal Breeding and Genetics ANS 643
    • Research Statistic in Animal Science (ANS 701)
  3.    Student Project Supervised
  • Haematology study of the Nigerian Locally Adapted Chicken Reared in Two Different Environments (A case study of Emouha LGA)

Professional Bodies Membership

  • Nigerian Institute of Animal Science (NIAS) Registered Animal Scientists (RAS:1093)
  • Genetics Society of Nigeria (GSN)
  • World Poultry Science Association (WPSA), Nigeria Branch  
  • Nigerian Society for Animal Production (NSAP)
  • Animal Science Association of Nigerian (ASAN)

Conferences

  1. 5th Conference of Animal Science Association of Nigeria held at Port Harcourt, Rivers State. 19th- 22nd September 2000
  2. 29th Annual conference of the Genetic Society of Nigeria held at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State 11th -14th October 2004
  3. The 3rd Nigerian International Poultry Summit held at Abeokuta, Ogun State, February 22nd -26th 2009
  4. 34th National Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production held at University of Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State, 15th – 18th March, 2009
  5. 15th Annual Conference of the Animal Science Association of Nigeria held at University of Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State, 13th – 16th September 2010
  6. 37th National Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production held t Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State, 18th – 21st March 2012
  7. 1st ASAN-NIAS Joint Annual Meeting (JAM)/ Conference held at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, September 9th – 13th 2012
  8. 38th Annual Conference and 40th Anniversary of the Nigerian Society for Animal Production Held at the Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, Rivers State , 17th – 20th March 2013

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