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  31 Jan 2017

JEMIMA NGOZI OGWO

Jemima Ngozi Ogwo

NAME:                                              DR. JEMIMA NGOZI OGWO

RANK:                                               READER

AREA OF SPECIALIZATON:         ASTRO PHYSICS

DATE OF BIRTH:                            28. MAY 1956

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

Ph.D. (Astrophysics)                       University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 2001

Department of Physics & Astronomy,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Faculty of Physical Sciences.

 

M.Sc. (Physics & Astronomy)       University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1995.

Department of Physics & Astronomy

Faculty of Physical Sciences

 

M.Ed. (Science Education)     University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1988.

Department of Physics & Astronomy

Faculty of Education.

 

P.G.Dipl. in Education (PGDE)     University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1984.

Faculty of Education.

 

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics              University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1980.

Department of Physics & Astronomy,

Faculty of Physical Sciences

 

West African School Certificate      Ovom Girls’ High School, Aba, May/ June 1974.

 

 

MEMBERSHIPS OF A PROFESSIONAL BODY

  • Member, Curriculum Organization of Nigeria (MCON)
  • Member, Science Teachers’ Association Nigeria (MSTAN)
  • Member, Third World Organization of Women in Science. (MTWOWS)
  • Member, Physics Writers Series Creation (PWSC)
  • Editor in Chief, Astronomical Society of Nigeria ASN

CURRENT RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Star formation

 

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

  1. Ogwo J. N., Ubachukwu A. A. and Oyor D. I, “Seyfert 2s With and Without Hidden Broad Line Regions: Intrinsic Different Population or an Evolutionary Sequence”.  Nigerian Journal of Space Research, 13: 75 – 90; 2015.
  2. J. N. Ogwo and O. C. Dike, “Apparent Jet Speed versus Radial Distance From Core Relations in Active Galactic Nuclei”. Nigerian Journal Space Research, 12:131-138; 2014.
  3. Dike C. O. and Ogwo J. N, “Unification Scheme in Double Radio Sources: Bend Angle versus Arm Length Ratio Relations”. IOSR Journal of Applied Physics, Vol 4, Issue 1 (May – Jun. 2013), PP 53-59
  4. J. N. Ogwo and O. C. Dike, “Linear Size Evolution in the Radio Galaxy/Quasar Unification Scheme”. Sciencia Journal, 2012 Vol. (1): 60-69
  5. J. N. Ogwo, O. C. Dike, S. O. Mathew and E. U. Akabuogu, “Overview of Biomass Energy Production in Nigeria: Implications and Challenges”. Asian Journal of          Natural and Applied Sciences, 912-AJSC-1(3)-64. 2012
  1. S. O. Mathew, O. C. Dike, E. U. Akabuogu and J. N. Ogwo, “Magneto Hydrodynamics Power Generation using Salt Water”. Asian Journal of Natural and          Applied Sciences, 912-AJSC-1(3)-65. 2012
  1. J. N. Ogwo and A. C. Alago, “Apparent Jet Speed versus Optical Classification: An Effective Test of Unified Model in Powerful Radio Sources”. IOSR Journal of          Applied Physics, vol. 2. Issue: 1. 2012.
  1. J. N. Ogwo and O. C. Dike, “Integrating and Promoting Wind – Tide Energy for          Renewable electricity Production and Sustainable Development in Nigeria”.          Nigerian Journal of Physics, vol. 22A 2012
  1. J. N. Ogwo and U. B. Nwaubani, “Apparent Jet Speed as a Function of Distance          from the Core in Powerful Radio Sources” Nigerian Journal of Physics, vol. 22A          2012
  1. J. N. Ogwo with A. A. Ubachukwu, Evidence for Large Scale Beaming Superluminal Sources. “African Skies/CIEUX AFRICAINS” No 15 2011
  1. J. N. Ogwo, with D. I Okoh, S. O. Adedoja, and J. O. Inwelegbu, P. N.   Okeke, A.            E. Chukwude and J. O. Urama. “A Method for Real-Time TEC Mapping of the          Nigerian Ionosphere Using the IRI and GPS Data. Accepted for publication
  1. J. N. Ogwo, “The Phenomenology of Compact Steep Spectrum (CSS)  Sources.” International Journal of Physical Sciences, vol.1 No 1 2006 pp. 45-49
  1. J. N. Ogwo with A. A. Ubachukwu, “The Proper Motion – Linear Size Relation and the Standard Model for Superluminal sources.” Journal of   Basic Space Science, 1: 2005 pp
  1. J.N. Ogwo with A.A. Ubachukwu, “Redshift and Luminosity Dependence of Linear           Sizes of Compact Steep Spectrum Radio Sources and Quasar/Galaxy Unification           Scheme”, Australian Journal of Physics, 52: 1999, pp. 141 – 146.
  1. J.N. Ogwo with A.A. Ubachukwu, “Luminosity Selection Effects and Linear Size Evolution in the Quasar Galaxy Unification Scheme”, Australian Journal of Physics,      51: 1998, pp. 143 – 151.
  1. J.N. Ogwo, co-authored with A.A. Ubachukwu and A.C. Ugwoke, “Selection          Effects in the Observed Variations of Special Index with Redshift,” Astrophysics and    Space Science, 23: 1996 pp. 151 – 157.
  1. J.N. Ogwo, “Problems of students Evaluation in Distance Education” ABSU Journal       for Distance Education Vol. 2, No. 1. 1994.
  1. J.N. Ogwo and M.A. Mkpa, “Nigeria Women in Science Education: Problems and          Prospects,” Curriculum Studies Review. 1993.
  1. J.N. Ogwo, “Experiences of Nigerian Women in Science Education”  Women in          Africa and the African Diaspora (WAAD) vol 6, pp 283- 292 1992.
  1. J.N. Ogwo, “Gender stereotyping in Science Texts: A Nigerian Experience,” Abia          Journal of Education Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1991

Books

  1. N. Okeke, et al., (2014); Mechanics and Properties of Matter for first year Students of Science & Engineering, Published by Physics Writers Series Creation.
  2. N. Ogwo (2012), Introduction to Mechanics and Properties of Matter Whytem Publishers.
  3. N. Ogwo, et al., Practical Works in General Physics Vol. 1, (Published 2003).
  4. N. Ogwo, et al., Practical Works in General Physics Vol. 2, (Published, 2003).

   Chapters in Books

  1.  J.N.Ogwo and A. A Ubachukwu “Introduction to Cosmology” in A. O. E . Animalu and P. N. Okeke (eds.), Theoretical High Energy Physics, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Tensor Calculus, General Relativity and the Grand Unified Theorem (Abuja: National Mathematical Centre) 2005 ch.1, pp. 111-121
  2. ”General Theoretical Concepts in Cosmology “ in A. O. E.   Animalu and P. N. Okeke, (eds.), Theoretical High Energy Physics, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Tensor Calculus, General Relativity and the  Grand Unified Theorem (Abuja: National Mathematical Centre) 2005, ch.2, pp 122-130
  3. ”Cosmology: Theories” in A. O. E.   Animalu and P. N. Okeke, (eds), Theoretical High Energy Physics, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Tensor Calculus, General Relativity and the Grand Unified Theorem (Abuja: National Mathematical Centre) 2005, ch.3, pp 131-147
  4. ._______________________”Models of the Universe” in A. O. E.   Animalu and P. N. Okeke, (eds), Theoretical High Energy Physics, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Tensor Calculus, General Relativity and the     Grand Unified Theorem (Abuja: National Mathematical Centre) 2005, ch.4, pp 148-166
  5. J.N. Ogwo, “NCE/DLS course Book on Integrate Science Cycle 4: Science and Society” Application of Science and Technology to Everyday Living. NTI Kaduna. 2000.
  6. J.N. Ogwo, “NCE/DLS Course Book on Integrated Science Cycle 4: Mathematics for Science III” Vector and Graphs: NTI Kaduna. 2000.
  7. J.N. Ogwo, “Evaluating Objectives in the cognitive and Non-Cognitive Domains”, ibid. 1992, Chapter 25
  8. J.N. Ogwo, “The Role of Measurement and Evaluation”, in M.A. Mkpa and C.C. Ekennia, Education, (Owerri: Whyte and Whyte Publishers. 1992, chapter 24).
  9. J.N. Ogwo, “The Concept of Equality of Educational Opportunities for the Nigerian Citizen: A Critical Appraisal”, in M.A. Mkpa, Education, (Awka: Mekslink Publishers 1991, Chapter 3)

 

Technical Report:

Evaluation of the Pilot Phase of the Nigeria-UNESCO Science & Technology Education Project (STE) August 2008 by

Dr. Mutale Chanda, Project Lead

Dr. Jemima Ogwo

Dr. Abubakar Sadiq Mohammed

Mr. Dorian LaGuardia White

 

 Papers Presented at Conferences

  1. N. Ogwo and C. O. Dike (2015); The Analyses of the Metallicity of HBLR & non HBLR Seyfert Galaxies; 5th National Conference and the Annual General Meeting of         the Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at National Centre for Energy   Research and Development (Energy Centre) University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN).   October 27th – 30th, 2015.
  2. Ogwo J. N., Ubachukwu A. A. and Oyor D. I. (2014); Seyfert 2’s with and without Hidden Broad line Regions: Intrinsic Different Population or an Evolutionary Sequence; 4th National conference and the annual general meeting of the     Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at National Space Research and       Development Agency (NASRDA) Obasanjo space centre, Shehu Umaru Yaradua        way, Abuja. October 29th – November 2nd, 2014.
  3. Ogwo J. N., Oyor D. I. and Dike C. O. (2014); The Nature and Unification of Seyfert Galaxies; 4th National conference and the annual general meeting of the Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at National Space Research and Development Agency       (NASRDA) Obasanjo space centre, Shehu Umaru Yaradua way, Abuja. October 29th   – November 2nd, 2014.
  4. Ogwo J. N. & Dike C. O. (2014); Recycling and Restoring the Energy Values of Plastics: A Boost to Waste Management in Nigeria; 4th IMSU International       Conference on Renewable and Alternative Energy & 3rd Annual General Meeting of  the Renewable and Alternative Energy Society of Nigeria Held at Imo State      University, Owerri, Imo State. February 23 – 26, 2014.    
  5. Ogwo J. N. & Dike C. D. (2013); Apparent Jet Speed versus Radial Distance from Core Relations in AGNs. 3rd National Conference and the annual general meeting of       the Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at National Space Research and         Development Agency (NASRDA) Obasanjo space centre, Shehu Umaru Yaradua     way, Abuja. October 21 – 23, 2013.
  6.  N. Ogwo Co-authored with A. A. Ubachukwu (2008) “The Proper Motion – Linear Size Relation And The Standard Model For Superluminal Sources”. Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Physics (NIP) held at Federal University of Technology Owerri. 15th – 18th oct. 2008
  7.  N. Ogwo Co-authored with A. A. Ubachukwu (2007), “The Proper Motion – Linear Size Relation And The Standard Model For Superluminal Sources”. Poster presented  at the Regional Conference on Women in Physics held in Cairo Egypt. 17th -19th     March 2007
  8.  N. Ogwo Co-authored with A.A. Ubachukwu (1997), “Redshift and Luminosity Dependence of Linear Sizes of Compact Steep
  9.  Spectrum Radio Sources and the implication for Quasar Galaxy Unification Scheme”, Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of the Nigerian Institute of  Physics (NIP) held at Minna, Niger State. September 17th – 20th 1997.
  10.  N. Ogwo Co-authored with A.A. Ubachukwu (1997), “On Cosmology Linear Sizes Evolution of Radio Galaxies and Quasar” Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of the Nigeria Institute of Physics (NIP) held at Minna, Niger State. 17th – 20th September 1997
  11.  N. Ogwo, “Constructing Test Items for Continuous Assessment” Paper Presented   at a Seminar Organized by the Ministry of Education, Abia State University, for Primary School Teachers 24th August, 4th September, 1992.
  12.  N. Ogwo, “Teaching for Sound Values in Primary Schools” Paper Presented at the Workshop for Primary School Head Teachers in Isiukwuato L.G.A., Abia State. 1992.
  13.  N. Ogwo, “Experiences of Nigerian Women in Science Education” Paper Presented at the 1st International Conference on Women in Africa and the African         Diaspora held at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 12th –22nd July 1992.
  14.  N. Ogwo, “Appraising the Evaluation Process of Learning Outcomes in Pre Primary Schools” Paper Presented at the Curriculum of Nigeria (CON) conference     held at the Imo State University, Okigwe. 16th –20th September, 1990
  15.  N. Ogwo, “Gender Stereotyping in Science Texts: A Nigerian Experience” Paper   Presented to Association of comparative Education (NACE) at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 11th – 13th May 1990.

 

Conferences & Trainings Attended

  1. 5th National conference and the annual general meeting of the Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at National Centre for Energy Research and Development (Energy Centre) University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN). October 27th – 30th, 2015.
  2. 4th National conference and the annual general meeting of the Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at National Space Research and Development Agency       (NASRDA) Obasanjo space centre, Shehu Umaru Yaradua     way, Abuja. October      29th – November 2nd, 2014.
  3. 3rd National conference and the annual general meeting of the Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at National Space Research and Development Agency       (NASRDA) Obasanjo space centre, Shehu Umaru Yaradua way, Abuja. October 21 –  23, 2013.
  4. 2nd National conference and the annual general meeting of the Astronomical Society of Nigeria (ASN) held at University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State. May 06 – 08,
  5. 2nd Synthesis Imaging School for Radio Astronomy, Saldaha Bay South Africa 23rd – 31st Oct 2012.
  6. World Wide Telescope Workshop Cape Town South Africa 17th – 19th April 2012.
  7. Training on the use of Radio Telescope for data collection and Analyses at Urumqi Radio Observatory China Nov.2010 –Jan.2011
  8. The Regional Conference on Women in Physics (Africa and Middle East) Cairo – Egypt. 17th -19th March 2007.
  9. Summer School on Data Analysis in Cosmology, Valencia Spain. 5th – 12th September 2004.
  10. Workshop on Application of Satellite data on Resources and Disaster Management organized by the African Regional Centre for Space Science and Technology Education, Obafemi Awolowo University Campus, Ile-Ife. 24th – 28th September 2001.
  11. Nigeria Institute of Physics (NIP) 20th Annual Conference held at Minna, Niger State. 17th – 20th September 1997.
  12. Summer School in High Energy Physics and Cosmology at ICTP Trieste Italy. June – July 1997.
  13. First International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora, held at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. 12th – 22nd July, 1992.

 

Service to University & Community

Director of SIWES, Abia State University, Uturu. 2011 till date

UNESCO Consultant on Science Education Nov. 2007 – 2008

Member: Board, College of Post Graduate Studies, Abia State University Uturu. 2004- 2008.

Member:  Board of Governors. ABSU International Secondary School, 2000-2004-2006

Hall Warden: Hostel “C”, Abia State University Uturu. September 1990-1993.

Staff Adviser- Students’ Christian Movement, 1990 till date.

Member: Regional Committee, Scripture Union Nigeria, Okigwe Region 2004-2011

Chairman:  Scripture Union Campus Fellowship, Okigwe Region, 2005-2011

Member: National Board for Education, Scripture Union Nigeria, 2012