1. Name: OLORUNSOLA, Kofoworola Henry
2. Date of Birth: 21st April, 1954
3. Place of Birth: Mopa, Kogi State. Nigeria
4. Nationality: Nigerian
5. Permanent Address: Block 5 Flat 5, Road 9 OAU Staff Quarters, Ile – Ife.
6. Current Postal Address: Dept. of P.H.E. O.A.U. Ile-Ife.
7. Name and Address of Next of Kin: Mrs Jennifer. O. Olorunsola Block 5 Flat 5, Road 9 OAU Staff Quarters, Ile – Ife.
8. Phone Number: 08137365494
9. E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
10. Present Position: Lecturer 1
OLORUNSOLA, Kofoworola HenryLecturer I
1. Name: OLORUNSOLA, Kofoworola Henry
i. B Sc. (1979) University of Ife, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
ii. M. A. (1984) University of Ife, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
iii. Ph. D (1999) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
(i) OLORUNSOLA, H.K. “An Appraisal of the Role of the National Sports Commission in the promotion of Mass Sports in Nigeria”. Unpublished M.A. Thesis. Unife. 1984.
(ii) OLORUNSOLA, H.K. “An Evaluation of Mass Sports Management in selected Nigerian Universities”. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis O.A.U. 1999.
2 (a)Monograph: (Numbering for assessment starts here)
(i) OYEWUSI, J.A. and OLORUNSOLA, H.K., (1988) “Contributions of the National Sports Commission to the Promotion of Mass Sports in Nigeria”. P.E. and Sports in Africa. International Society on Comparative Physical Education and Sports Monograph. No 1. August, 1988. Pgs 18 - 23.
(b)Contribution to Books:
(ii) ADEYANJU, S.A and OLORUNSOLA, H.K (2004) “Recreation in Medical Management” in Irinoye, A.I.(Ed) Optimal Management of Health Care Organisations. Spectrum Books Ltd. Ibadan. Pgs 272-281.
3. Published Journal Articles: (Numbering continues)
(iii) OLORUNSOLA, H.K. (1989): “Relative Influence of Indoor and Outdoor Court Environments on Basketball Shooting Accuracy”. Ilorin Journal of Health, physical Education and Recreation. (I JOHPER). Vol.1. July,1989.Pgs 69-75.
(iv) OLORUNSOLA, H.K. (1993) “Schools Sports Facilities as bases for Viable Mass Sports Programmes”. Osun State Journal of Physical, Health Education and Recreation. Vol. 1 No.1.Pgs34-38.
(v) ALLA, J.B. and OLORUNSOLA, H.K.(1995) “Youths Leisure Involvement and the community”. Journal of Ondo State Physical, Health Education and Recreation (JONSPHER). Vol. 2 No. 1.Pgs 172 - 182.
(vi) SALOKUN, S.O. and OLORUNSOLA, H.K. (2001) “Periodization and Sprint Success: Features and Sequence”. IJOPHER.Vol.3.No.2.Pgs.37-44.
(vii) OLORUNSOLA, H.K. and ALLA J.B. (2001) “Challenges Facing Sports Participation in Nigerian Universities”. Ife Journal of Educational Studies. Vol.9 No.1 Pgs.63-68.
(viii) ALLA, J.B, OLORUNSOLA, H.K .and AKINYEMI, A.S. (2002) “Level of Facilities
Development and Sports Management in Selected Tertiary Institutions in Lagos and Oyo States of Nigeria”. Nigerian Journal of Physical, Health Education and Recreation. Vol..2 No.2. Pgs 37-41.
(ix) OLORUNSOLA, H.K. and ALLA, J.B (2005) “Status of Sports Management and Promotion in Nigerian Universities”. Ife Journal of Curriculum Studies and Development.Vol.2 No.2 Pgs 74-81.
(x) OLORUNSOLA, H.K. (2007) “Mass Sports: Historical Review of a concept relevant to National Health in Africa”. Journal of International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER.SD) (Africa Region), Vol. 2 No. 3. Pgs 34-37.
4. Published Refereed Conference Proceedings: (Numbering continues)
(xi) OLORUNSOLA, K. (2004) “Appraisal of the Performance of Nigerian Basketball Teams of the World Universities Games” . Papers Presented at the 2004 Nigerian Universities Games Association( NUGA) FORUM. University of Port Harcourt. Pg. 52-56.
(xii) ALLA, J.B and OLORUNSOLA, H.K.(2008) “Physical Education Curriculum and Its Implementation in Nigerian Schools”. Proceedings of Fourth International Council for health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER-SD) African Regional Congress. Gaborone. Botswana.Pgs.172-179.
i. Comparative Analysis of United States and Nigerian Basketball Players Management for International Competitions.
ii. Survey of Facilities Provision and Sports Development in Nigerian Universities