Immediate past vice-chancellor, federal unversity of technology, minna



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Financial Secretary, Committee of Directors of Academic Planning of Nigerian Universities (October 1998 to December 2002)

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Member, Committee on the Rationalisation of the Registry, University of Jos (1998/99)

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Member, Committee on the Review of Conditions of Service of Senior Staff, University of Jos (1998/99)

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Member, Sub-Committee of Central Appointments and Promotions Committee on the Review of Conditions of Appointments and Promotions of Senior Staff, University of Jos (1998/99)

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Member, Strategic Planning Implementation and Monitoring Committee, University of Jos (1999 to December 2002)

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Chairman, Curriculum Sub-Committee of the Strategic Planning Implementation and Monitoring Committee, University of Jos (1999 to December 2002)

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Chairman, Committee on Fake Admission letters, Matriculation numbers and Identity cards at the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Jos (1999/2000)

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Chairman, Vice-Chancellor’s Committee to Review and Share out the 1997/98 Third Semester Honoraria to Non-teaching Staff, University of Jos (2000/2001)

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Chairman, Sub-Committee of Central Appointments and Promotions Committee on the Review of Scheme of Service of Senior Staff, University of Jos (2000/2001)

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Chairman, Ad-Hoc Committee on Allocation of Classrooms/Offices, University of Jos (2000)

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National President, Mathematical Association of Nigeria (September 2000-August 2002)

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Chairman, University of Jos Council Committee on Students Outstanding Fees, University of Jos (2001)

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Coordinator, Academic Planning and Consultancy Services, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja, (December 2002 to November 2003)

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Member, Management Committee, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja (December 2002 to November 2003)

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Member, Committee of Heads of Academic Programmes, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja (December 2002 to November 2003)

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Chairman, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja Central Strategic Planning Committee (2003)

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Member, Petroleum Technology Development Fund and National Mathematical Centre (PTDF/NMC) Technical Committee on the PTDF/NMC School Mathematics Competition and Incentive Scheme (July – August 2003)

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Chairman, Committee on the Development and Harmonisation of Diploma and Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Mathematical Sciences, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja (2003)

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Chairman, National Mathematical Centre/Nigerian Television Authority Technical Committee on Mathematics by Television Project (October to November 2003)

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Chairman, Committee on Postgraduate Cooperation between the National Mathematical Centre (NMC) Abuja and Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) Bauchi (October to November 2003)

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Dean, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Member, Academic Policy, Research and Publication Committee (APR & PC), University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Member, Central Appointments and Promotions Committee (A & PC), University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Member, Board of Postgraduate Studies, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Member, Senate Curriculum Committee, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Member, Committee of Deans and Directors, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Member, Complex C Appointments and Promotions Committee (A & PC), University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Chairman, Faculty Board of Natural Sciences, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Chairman, Faculty of Natural Sciences Administrative Committee, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Chairman, Faculty of Natural Sciences Appointments and Promotions Committee, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Chairman, Postgraduate Committee, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Jos (October 2004 to November 2007)

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Member, Technical Committee of “The Alliance for Earth Sciences, Engineering and Development in Africa (AESEDA)” Pennsylvania State University, USA-University of Jos Partnership (2005 to November 2007)

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Chairman, University of Jos CISCO Regional Networking Academy Management Board (2005 to November 2007)

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Chairman, Complex C (Consisting of Faculties of Environmental, Medical, Natural and Pharmaceutical Sciences) Appointments and Promotions Committee (A & PC), University of Jos (February, 2006 to November 2007)

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Member, University of Jos Library Board , 2006 – 2007

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Chairman, Committee of Deans and Directors, University of Jos (November, 2006 to November 2007)

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Member, Senate Business Committee, University of Jos (November 2006 to November 2007)

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Member, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Board, University of Jos, (November, 2006 to November 2007)

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Member, University of Jos Reform Implementation Committee, November, 2006 – 2007

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Member, University of Jos Reform Management Team, 2006 – 2007

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Member, University of Jos Development Planning Committee, 2007

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Member, Local Organising Committee and Technical Sub-Committee of the Workshop on “The Alliance for Earth Sciences, Engineering and Development in Africa (AESEDA)” Pennsylvania State University, USA-Nigeria holding at the University of Jos in August, 2007

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Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 – 26 November 2012.

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Chairman of Senate, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 to date

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Chairman of Management, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Chairman, Development and Physical Planning Committee, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Chairman, Procurement Planning Committee, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Chairman, Appointments and Promotion Committee, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Chairman, Academic Planning and Curriculum Development Committee, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Chairman, Tenders Board, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Chairman, Boards of Centres and Directorates, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Member, Finance and General Purpose Committee (F & GPC), Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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Member of Council, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 27 November 2007 - 26 November 2012

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As the Vice-Chancellor of Federal University of Technology, Minna, a number of innovative ideas have been put in place. With the realization of our vision, the University has embarked the journey to full capacity operation with the establishment of two academically and economically viable schools as follows:


  • The School of Information and Communication Technology, (ICT) is a child of necessity as the new world order is ICT driven. In compliance with the vogue and current trend of world events, Federal University of Technology, Minna as a University of Technology is now ICT compliant, where training, research and developmental services are driven by ICT. The School comprises of the following departments:

    • Telecommunication Engineering

    • Computer Engineering

    • Computer Science

    • Cyber Security Science

    • Library and Information Technology and

    • Information and Media Technology.

  • School of Entrepreneurship and Management Technology, comprising of the following departments:

      • Project Management Technology

      • Transport Management Technology

      • Entrepreneurship and Business Studies




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As part of my vision for the Federal University of Technology, Minna



  • A functional Advancement and Development Office (ADO), headed by an Executive Director, has been established to:

  • Dedicatedly Build Awareness, Community (Strengthening Local Leadership for Fundraising), Advocacy and Contribution among our constituents in order to strengthen the programs of the University;

  • Seek to help Students, Schools, Staff, Alumni and Friends of the University gain pride and satisfaction from vital connections to the University, today and for a lifetime;

  • Support the University’s Instructional, Research and Service Mission through the cultivation of relationships and the raising of funds for the benefit of the University;

  • Collate Institutional Proposals, give advice on donor agencies to be targeted and ensure that proposals are Impeccable, Problem-Oriented, Solving the Desired Problems and Matching the Mission-Vision of donors, have Excellent Budgeting and that University acquires the Necessary Resources;

  • Undertake ‘the Silent Phase’ of fundraising.




  • Other new Centres, Directorates and Units established so far in my administration as the Vice-Chancellor of Federal University of Technology, Minna, include

  • Directorate of Collaboration, Affiliation and Linkages (DCAL);

  • Information Technology Services (ITS);

  • FUT Minna Global Institute for Bio Exploration (GIBEX);

  • Centre for Disaster Risk Management and Development Studies (CDRM & DS);

  • Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering;

  • Centre for Open Distance and e-Learning (CODeL).

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Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)

  1. Collation Officer for the Presidential Elections, 16 – 17 April, 2011;

  2. State Returning Officer for the Governorship Elections, 23 -24 April 2011,

Minna, Nigeria

(b)

Fund-Attraction

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The University of Jos Strategic Planning Committee, its Implementation and Monitoring Committee and the Curriculum Sub-Committee of the latter (the first two of which I served as member and the third as Chairman),

  • Attracted two million US dollars ($2m) in the first instance; and currently an additional two and a half million US dollars ($2.5m), (due largely to proper accounting of the first award), from the Carnegie Foundation of New York.

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As the National President, Mathematical Association of Nigeria (September 2000-August 2002), concerted efforts were made towards revenue generation for the association.

  • These successfully enabled the World Bank, through the University Press Limited of Ibadan, purchase the Association’s textbooks for primary schools in Nigeria leading to the acquisition of two plots of land in Gwagwalada, Abuja, among other financial benefits that accrued to the Association.

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Serving in the following capacities:

Coordinator, Academic Planning and Consultancy Services, National Mathematical Centre, Abuja, (December 2002 to December 2003);

Member, Petroleum Technology Development Fund and National Mathematical Centre (PTDF/NMC) Technical Committee on the PTDF/NMC School Mathematics Competition and Incentive Scheme (July – August 2003); and

Chairman, National Mathematical Centre/Nigerian Television Authority Technical Committee on Mathematics by Television Project (October to November 2003).



The National Mathematical Centre, Abuja effortlessly initiated revenue drive to fund many aspects of its functions. This has today led to various degrees of successes which include:

  • Partnership with a number of State Governments for the Improvement of Mathematics at the Primary and Secondary Schools in the States, resulting in some net revenue for the Centre;

  • The National Annual Mathematics Competition and Incentives for Mathematics Students and Teachers, now fully sponsored by Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF). (This has enabled the Centre save vital funds to attend to other sectors);

The Development and Distribution of Mathematics Kits to Primary and Secondary Schools in Nigeria sponsored by United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in Nigeria, which earned the Centre millions of naira.

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The University of Jos Cisco Regional Networking Academy Management Board and the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Board of the University, have been attracting funds to the Institution. (I am the Chairman of the Regional Academy and incidentally, a member of the ICT Board as a consequence of being the Chairman, Committee of Deans and Directors which rests on me the responsibility of coordinating ICT activities in the Faculties and Directorates and reporting same to the Board). Currently, the Cisco Regional Academy has 30 Local Academies under it, spread over West Africa, and presently runs Information Technology (IT) Essentials I & II and Cisco Certified Network Associates (CCNA) to its teeming students and trains the teaching staff of its Local Academies. It is set to offer Security Fundamentals, Wireless Local Area Network (Wireless LAN) and Cisco Certified Network Professionals (CCNP) in the same way. The International Cisco Academy recently approved the four programmes for the Regional Academy, having been satisfied with the excellent performance of the latter to date.

  • The fees charged by the University of Jos Cisco Regional Networking Academy Management Board include (i) N15,000 per student per programme, (ii) a yearly support fee of $1,000 per Local Academy, and (iii) $250 to train a staff of any Local Academy in each programme.

  • The University administers six ICT interventions funded by $1,005,000 from Carnegie Corporation of New York. It also raised a total of $1,189,500 as counterpart funding from University statuary allocations, ETF, and its other friends.




  • Under my administration as the Vice-Chancellor of Federal University of Technology, Minna, the University has so far attracted the following grants from World Bank Science and Technology Education Post Basic (STEP-B):




  • Seven hundred and fifty thousand US Dollars ($750,000) for the development of ICT infrastructure in the University with a counterpart funding of two hundred and fifty thousand US Dollars ($250,000) from the University.

  • Five million five hundred thousand US Dollars ($5,500,000) for the establishment of the Centre of Excellence in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering in the University.







© Major Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/Retreats Attended (while in the university system)

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Symposium Mathematique D’Abidjan, Methodes de la theorie des Groupes et Applications, Abidjan, Cote d’ Ivoire, 7th to 19th July, 1986

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Symposium Mathematique D’Abidjan, Algebre et Geometric Algebrique, Abidjan, Cote d’ Ivoire, December 28th, 1986 to January 10th, 1987

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International Conference/Workshop on Mathematics and Applications, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Nigeria, March 2nd to 23rd, 1987

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International Seminar on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria, September 21st to 23rd, 1987

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9th Annual National Conference of the Nigeria Mathematical Society (NMS), Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria, May 4th to 8th, 1988

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College on Recent Developments and Applications in Mathematics and Computer Sciences, International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy, 7th May to 1st June, 1990

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28th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi, Nigeria, 3rd to 7th September, 1990

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29th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), University of Benin, Benin, Nigeria, 1st to 5th September, 1991

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30th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria, Kano State College of Education, Kano, Nigeria, 28th August to 1st September, 1992

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32nd Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna, Nigeria, 28th August to 1st September, 1995

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33rd Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, 2nd to 6th September, 1996

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34th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), National Universities Commission/Federal Capital Territory College of Education Zuba, Abuja, Nigeria, 1st to 6th September, 1997

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35th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria, 31st August to 5th September, 1998

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Clustered Workshop for Accreditation Panel Chairmen and Directors of Academic Planning of Nigerian Universities and Inter-University Centres, National Universities Commission, Abuja, Nigeria, 18th – 21st October, 1998

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36th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria, August/September, 1999

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Seminar/Workshop of Directors of Academic Planning of Nigerian Universities (CODAPNU), National Universities Commission, Abuja, Nigeria, 21st – 24th November, 1999

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19th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Mathematical Society (NMS), University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria, 31st May –3rd June, 2000

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National Mathematical Sciences Summit of the National Mathematical Centre, Abuja, Nigeria, 26th – 27th July, 2000

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37th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria, 28th August to 2nd September, 2000

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Seminar/Workshop of Directors of Academic Planning of Nigerian Universities (CODAPNU), National Universities Commission, Abuja, Nigeria, 19st – 20th September, 2000

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Advanced Management Information System Conference 2000 (Organised by the National Universities Commission, Abuja), University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria, 6th – 8th November, 2000

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20th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Mathematical Society (NMS), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, 10th – 13th April, 2001

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Stakeholders Conference on Curriculum Review for University Education in Nigeria, National Universities Commission, Abuja, Nigeria, 23rd – 27th April, 2001

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38th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), Hassan Usman Katsina Polytechnic, Katsina, Nigeria, 28th August to 2nd September, 2001

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Seminar/Workshop of Directors of Academic Planning of Nigerian Universities (CODAPNU), University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, 19st – 20th September, 2001

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39th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria, 2nd – 6th September, 2002

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22nd Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Mathematical Society (NMS), Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Nigeria, 10th – 13th June, 2003

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40th Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria, 2nd – 5th September, 2003

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41st Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria, 31st August – 2nd September, 2004

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Workshop on Management and Leadership for Good Governance of Nigerian Universities, organised by Centre for Management Development (CMD) Lagos, Sponsored by Ford Foundation, held at the University of Jos, August 7-11, 2006

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The Presidential Retreat on Science and Technology, Banquet Hall, Presidential Villa, Aso Rock, Abuja, Nigeria, 10th August, 2006

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Workshop on Developing a National Intellectual Property (IP) Strategy for Nigeria, Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, 28th – 29th August, 2006

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43rd Annual National Conference of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN), Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi, Nigeria, 29th August – 1st September, 2006

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The Association of African Universities (AAU) Workshop and Meeting on African Research and Education Networking (AfREN), Rockview Hotels (Royale), Abuja, Nigeria, 28th – 29th April, 2007

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26th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Mathematical Society (NMS), Federal University of Science and Technology, Akure (FUTA), Nigeria, 15th – 18th May, 2007

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Retreat for Principal Officers, Deans, Directors, Heads of Department and Units on “Re-establishing Result-Oriented Values in the University System”, University of Jos, 25th-27th July, 2007

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Retreat on Management Challenges in the Governance of Nigerian Universities, Organised by the Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (AVCNU), Yankari Games Reserve, Bauchi, Nigeria, 3 – 6 April, 2008

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British Council Education and Employability Policy Dialogue, Abuja, Nigeria, 15 -17 October, 2008

Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Conference of Executive Heads, Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), India, 28 – 29 November, 2008

National Universities Commission (NUC) Workshop on University Ranking and Institutional Accreditation, NUC, 21 – 22 April, 2009


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Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Vice-Chancellor’s Conference: Leading Your University to Fundraising Success, Abuja, Nigeria, 2 – 3 May, 2009

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National Universities Commission (NUC) / World Bank Stakeholder’s Forum on Financing Higher Education in Nigeria, Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, 11 – 13 May, 2009

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Vice-Chancellors Forum 2009 17th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers, Education in the Commonwealth: Towards and Beyond Global Goals and Targets, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia, 15 – 19 June, 2009

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14th International Conference on Thinking (ICOT), Thinking Minds: Nurturing the Design of a Better Future, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia, 22 – 26 June, 2009

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National Universities Commission (NUC) / British Council Roundtable on Cross Border Higher Education in Nigeria, Virtual Library Building, NUC, Abuja, Nigeria, 28 – 29 September, 2009

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International Voluntary Visitors (VOLVIS) Leadership Programme for Nigerian Vice-Chancellors, in the USA, sponsored by the U. S. Department of State, 14 -22 October, 2010

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Committee of Vice-Chancellors (CVC) / Mac-Arthur Foundation Workshop on Procurement, Installation, Service, Maintenance and Use of Scientific Equipment (PRISM), Chida International Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, 4 – 5 April, 2010

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Projects Plans and Implementation Plan Gap Management, Conducted by Supreme Management Training & Consultancy Services Limited, Novotel Hotel, World Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 18 - 22 July, 2011

Leadership and Management Skills for Senior Education Officers, Conducted by the Faculty of L. T. Associates, Washington D. C., U. S. A., 18 -30 September, 2011

Pan African Universities Conference, African Union Commission Conference Centre, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 13 – 14 December, 2011

Code of Conduct Bureau Compliance Training Programme for Public Officers,

ICPC Secretariat, Abuja, 23rd February, 2012

British Council Going Global Conference 2012, ‘Changing Education for a Changing World’, The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, 13 – 15 March, 2012

Specialised Leadership Development Conference, Organised by The Association of African Universities (AAU) and OMNI Consulting Limited, Cape Sun Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa, 14 - 16 June 2012

4th International Disaster and Risk Conference (IDRC) Davos 2012, “Integrative Risk Management in a Changing World – Pathways to a Resilient Society, Davos, Switzerland, 26 – 30 August, 2012

27th Conference of the Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (AVCNU), “Education and National Security”, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK), 24 – 26 September, 2012

5th Nigerian Universities Research and Development Fair (NURESDEF), “Research and Development: A Road Map to National Transformation and Economic Prosperity”, Federal University of Technology, Minna, 8 – 12

October, 2012

Wolfson OpenScience Laboratory Preview/Workshop for Distance Learning Institutions, Dana Centre, London and Briefing on ‘21st Century Distance Learning’, United Kingdom Open University Headquarters, Milton Keynes, London, Organised by the United Kingdom Open University’s eSTEem Centre and its International Development Office, 9 – 13 November, 2012



International Executive Training On Knowledge Management Projects, Organised by Grape Vine Consulting Limited, Canadian University of Dubai, Dubai, UAE, 18 – 29 March, 2013.


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SPECIFIC SERVICES TO LOCAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITIES (giving dates, institution(s)/establishment(s) and status)

(a)

President, Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, Federal Government College, Warri Chapter (1972)

(b)

Teacher, Mathematics Section of the Intensive Training Course for Primary School Teachers, Bacita, Kwara State (1986)

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Teacher at the Workshop for Secondary School Mathematics Teachers in Kwara State, Organised by the Federal and State Ministries of Education, Ilorin (1986)

(d)

Member, Board of Governors, Demonstration Secondary School, University of Jos (1998-1999)

(e)

Secretary, Federal Government College, Warri Old Students Association (FEDGOCOWOSA), Plateau State Branch (1991-1994)

(f)

Secretary-General, University of Jos Muslim Community (1991-June 1999)

(g)

Vice Chairman, University of Jos Muslim Community (July 1999 to date)

(h)

Chairman, University of Jos Permanent Site Mosque Implementation Committee (2002 to date)

(i)

Honorary Member, De Club 10 Nigeria (December 2005 to date)

(j)

Member, Advisory Council of the National Body of the Federal Government College Warri Old Students Association (FEDGOCOWOSA) (2007 to date)

(k)
(l)

Member of Board of Trustee of Competency based Economy for the Formation of Enterprise (CEFE – Nigeria), An Organisation Formed From the Efforts of the German Technical Cooperation GTZ – EoPSD (Employment Oriented Private Sector Development) to Build Capacity in Entrepreneurship Training in Nigeria Using Time – Tested CEFE Methodology, December 2010 – November 2012

Member, National Committee on Open and Distance Education (NACODE), 2011



(m)

Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)

  1. Collation Officer for the Presidential Elections, 16 – 17 April, 2011;




  1. State Returning Officer for the Governorship Elections, 23 -24 April 2011,

Minna, Nigeria







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PRESENT EMPLOYMENT, STATUS AND EMPLOYER

Present Status:

  • Professor of Mathematics, University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria

  • Visiting Professor of Mathematics and

Head of Academic Planning Unit,

National Mathematical Centre, Kwali, Sheda, Abuja




Employer:

  • Federal Government of Nigeria







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EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

  • Reading and Jogging

  • Watching athletics, soccer and detective films

  • Listening to religious debates and Quranic recitation







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NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THREE REFEREES (one of whom must, where appropriate, be the head of the establishment where the applicant currently works)

  • Professor H. B. Mafuyayi, Vice-Chancellor, University of Jos, Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria.

  • Professor Julius A. Okojie, Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission, Abuja.

  • Professor A. R. T. Solarin, Director/Chief Executive Officer, National Mathematical Centre, Sheda, Abuja, Nigeria.

Signature Date


Tel: 08033745340, 08026024524; 08057334810;

e-mail: audumso@yahoo.com, audumso2@gmail.com





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