1. Name: Osuntogun David Adewole
2. Date of Birth: 1st June, 1950
3. Place of Birth: Ibadan
4. Nationality: Nigerian
5. Permanent Address: Rd 12C, House 7 O.A.U. Qts, Ile-Ife
6. Current Postal Address: Continuing Education Department O.A.U.
7. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Mr. Yinka Osuntogun Ministry of Education, Oyo State, Ibadan
8. Phone Number(s): 07043056644; 08033336129, 07042513924
9. E-mail: Woletogun@yahoo.com
10. Present Position: Senior Lecturer
Osuntogun David AdewoleyinSenior Lecturer
1. Name: Osuntogun David Adewole
NCE, B.Sc, M.Sc Home Economics Education
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(ii) Area of current research
1. Achudume, A.C. and Osuntogun, D.A. (2001), “Environmental Degeneration Xenobiotics Management and Sustainable National Development”. Ife Research Publications in Geography Vol. 8, 2001, pp. 5-9.
2. Idowu E.O., Osuntogun D.A. and Oluwasola O. (2007) Effect of Market deregulation on Cocoa (Theobroma Cacao) production in South West Nigeria. Africa Journal and Agricultural Research vol. II (9)pp ________September, 2007 http//wwwacademicjournal.org/AJAR
3. Idowu, E.O. and D.A. Osuntogun, (1998), “Environmental and Land use Planning for Sustainable Naitonal Development in Nigeria”, The Ogoni Nine Episode”, in (eds), Obidi, S.S., E.R.I. Afolabi, M.A. Adelabu and S.V. Kobiowu, Book of Readings on Education, Environment and Sustainable National Development, Ibadan, Cardinal Crest: 126-145.
4. D.A. Osuntogun (1997): “The Health House-a healthy Family: a Sure Foundation for Good Home Training in Amoye, B. (ed) in The House in Nigeria: History, Place Environmental and Development. Proceeding of the National Symposium on the House in Nigeria, Obafemi Awolowo University: pp 124-126.
5. O.L. Oludimu and D.A. Osuntogun, (1988), “School-to-land Programme: a viable economic Strategy for rural development in Nigeria”, Project Appraisal Britain: Vol. 3 (3): 151-154.
6. D.A. Osuntogun and O.L. Oludimu, (1991), “Prevention of Home Accident: An Opportunity for Health Promotion” Community Development Journal, vol. 26 (3): 197-201.
7. D.A. Osuntogun, (1988), “The Contributory Role of “Home Economics Education to the Development of Skilled Employment Opportunities” in Fabiyi Y.L.; Osuntogun C.A.; A.A. Adesimi, and B. Olufokunbi, (eds), Rural Employment Generation in Nigeria:, Proceedings of the Conference of Agricultural Economist Association of Nigeria: pp 105-109.
8. Osuntogun D.A. (2007), Community Education and learning Opportunity. An Appraisal Journal of Agricultural Management and Rural Development, Vol, IV, pp 73-83.
9. Osuntogun, D.A. (1997): “The Healthy House-a Health Family: A Sure Foundation for Good Home Training in Amoye, B. (ed) in The House in Nigeria: History, Place Environmental and Development. Proceeding of the National Symposium on the House in Nigeria: Obafemi Awolowo University: pp 124-126.
10. Osuntogun D.A. and Akande, J.O. (2000) Illiteracy Eradication Among the Nigerian Farmers for Sustainable Agricultural Development: Implications for Promoting Adult Education. Journal of Formal and Non-Formal Education University of Ibadan. Pp 80-87.
11. Osuntogun, D.A. and B.O. Orahma, (1992). “The Fiscal Burden of Irrigation Development and its Implications on Irrigation Service Fees in Nigeria” (The Lower Anambra Irrigation Project in (ed) Sanda, A.O. Managing Irrigation Projects in Nigeria, Ibadan, Spectrum Books Ltd: 133-148.
12. Osuntogun, W. and A.A. Idowu, (1998), “Reflecting on Human Rights Aspects of Environmental Stability and National Development in Nigeria: The Ogoni Nine Episode”, in (eds), Obodi, S.S., E.R.I. Afolabi, M.A. Adelabu and S.V. Kobiowu, Book of Readings on Education, Environment and Sustainable National Development, Ibadan, Cardinal Crest: 126-145.