OGUNRIN, Adeola Bosede

Lecturer II


1. Name: OGUNRIN, Adeola Bosede

2. Date of Birth: 11/03/1973

3. Place of Birth: Ibadan, Oyo state

. 4. Nationality: Nigerian

5. Permanent Address: No 5 Oroki Estate,Osogbo,Osun state

6. Current Postal Address: Department of Continuing Education, Faculty of Education, Obafemi Awolowo University ,ile-ife.

7. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Mr Ogunrin,Oluwafemi. No 2 Martham close, Thamesmead. SE 28 8NF London. United Kingdom.

8. Phone Numbers: 081 3773 2003, 070 9055 6307

9. E mail:

10.Present position: Lecturer 11

MY Qualifications

Qualifications with Dates: National Certificate in Education(NCE)-Osun state college of Education,ilesa.1992.

B.A(ed) History-Obafemi Awolowo University,ile ife.1996,

M.A Adult Education-Obafemi Awolowo University,ile ife 2004.

MY Publications

i. Aderinto, J.A., Akande, J.O and Ogunrin, A.B. (2003).’The Role of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)in Eradicating Illiteracy for Sustainable Non-Formal Education’ 2, 18-28.

ii. Ogunrin, A.B, Obilade, O.O and Aderinto, J.A (2008) ‘University Education and Wage Employment as Predictors of Women Empowerment in Nigeria’.in International Journal of Learning,15,No 8,.105-112. Commonground Publishers. Australia.

iii. Ogunrin, A.B (2010). “Empowering Young Adults For Rural Community Development in Nigeria: A Challenge For Revitalizing Indigenous Apprenticeship System in Adult and Non-Formal Education” in International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education,.2, 253-259

iv. Akande, J.O, and Ogunrin, A.B. (2010). “Appraisal of Adult Education Methods in Building Democratic Community Organizations in Nigeria in Journal of Literacy Education. Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan, 7, 115-130.

v. Akinyoade, V.A, and Ogunrin, A.B. (2010). Promoting Dual Use Biosecurity Education Among Nigerian Educators. International Journal of Continuing and Non-Formal Education, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan, 7,33-53.

vi. Boyede, M.A, and Ogunrin, A.B. (2011). “Net-Working in Distance Education: Problems and Prospects. Indian Journal of Adult Education. 72, 3, 64-72.

vii. Ogunrin, A. B. (2011).Perception of Nigerian Teachers About in Service Capacity Development: An Empirical Field Sample on Oyo State, Nigeria.Journal of Alternative perspective in the Social Sciences.

Published Conference Proceedings:

viii. Akinyoade, V.A and Ogunrin, A.B (2011): Paper Presented: People Power Movements, Asymmetric Conflicts and Democratisation in Africa. At 2nd Biennial International Conference and book Presentation, Centre For Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ilorin, September 7th-9th, 2011.

Conferences and Seminar Papers:

a) Akinyoade, V. A. and Ogunrin, A.B. (2011): Paper Presented: Culturing Peace in Nigeria: The Potentials of Peace Education Pedagogy at the Annual Conference of the Nigerian National Council of Adult Education, Lokoja, Kogi State. 20th-23rd November 2011

Research Interests

Peace Education, Community Development, Women and Poverty Reduction, Women Economic Empowerment.