Dissertation & Thesis
(a)  Arowolo, O.O. (2003). A causal model of personal factors and degree examination performance among AgriculturalScience students in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, Department of Teacher Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

(b)  Arowolo, O.O. (1985).The effect of mastery learning and conventional – programmed approaches on the learningof a biological concept. Unpublished M.Ed. Project in the Department of Teacher education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

(c)  Kukoyi, O.O. (1975). Embryonic and foetal development in Pigs under varied environmental conditions. Unpublished B.Sc. Project in the Department of Animal Science, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

(i)  Journal Articles in Print
1)  *+Arowolo, O.O.,Lawal, A.M., Ogundijo, J.I. (2013). Grass-root Youth Involvement in Cattle Rearing Activities in Oyo State. Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development (JAERD), Vol.5 (5), pp 100-106. Accepted for Publication in June. DOI: 10.5897/JAERD 12-140. ISSN: 2141-2154 at 2013 Academic Journals. http://www.academicjournals. Org/JAERD, South Africa.

2)  *+Oyeyinka, R.A., Ayansina, S.O., Adekunmi, A.O., Arowolo, O.O. (2013). Women
Farmers Organisations’ Perceived Effect of Child Labour Activities in Oyo
West Local Government Areas of Oyo State, Nigeria.Journal of Biology,
Agriculture and Health Care, Vol.3 (13), pp 14-21.ISSN 2224-3208.U.S.A.

3)  *Arowolo, O.O.,Banmeke, T.O.A., Ajayi M.T. (2012): Assessment of the Training Needs of Poultry Farmers in Ovia&Oredo Local Government Areas of Edo State, Nigeria. African Journal of Livestock Extension (AJILEX), Vol.10, pp 23 – 30. Published by Agricultural Extension Department, University of Ibadan. On-line: http\\ajol.info\index.php\AJILEX\index. Nigeria.

4)  *+Arowolo, R.O.A., Soetan, K.O., Arowolo, O.O., Sodimu, O.O. (2012). The Level of Awareness and Use of Anticoccidials in Poultry Farms in Southwestern Nigeria. African J. of Pharmacy & Pharmacology, Vol.6 (45), pp 3158 -3164, Accepted 8th December, 2012. ISSN 1996-0816@2012 Academic Journals. DO1: 0.5897/AJPP12-626 on-line http://www.academicjournals.org/AJPP South Africa

Note:*represents additional papers in the last 3 years, + represents International papers

5)  *+ Arowolo, R.O.A., Soetan, K.O., Arowolo, O.O., Sodimu, O.O. (2012). The Level of Awareness and Use of Anticoccidials in Poultry Farms in Southwestern Nigeria. African J. of Pharmacy & Pharmacology, Vol.6 (45), pp 3158 -3164, Accepted 8th December, 2012. ISSN 1996-0816@2012 Academic Journals. DO1: 10.5897/AJPP12-626 on-line http://www.academicjournals.org/AJPPSouth Africa

6)  *Arowolo, O.O.,Banmeke, T.O.A., Ajayi M.T. (2011). Prioritization of Poultry Farmers’ Information Needs in Edo State, Nigeria. Tropical Veterinarian, Vol.29, No.(3), pp 12 – 20. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Ibadan. Nigeria www.pwr.info

7)  Arowolo, O.O.(2009). Songhai Farm: A prototype for Nigerian Agricultural Sector. International Journal of Distance Education (IJODE), Vol. 4, May, 105 – 113. Publisher; Institute of Education, University of Ibadan. Nigeria.(NIGERIA).

8)  Arowolo, O.O.(2009). Work – based experience: Its application to the learning system. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education, Special Edition. Published by ObafemiAwolowoInstitute of Education,Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State. Nigeria.

9)  + Arowolo, O.O.(2008). Refuse dumps and the environment: A case study of some selected cities in Nigeria. International Journal of Emotional Psychology and Sport Ethics (IJEPSE), Vol.10, pg 217 – 236.On line access: mtnlpsychlgy@yahoo.co.uk and jaizoba2002@yahoo.co.ukPublisher: Pretoria in South Africa.

10)  + Arowolo, O.O.,Alebiosu, K.A. and Adenubi, A.O. (2008). Student and Academic staff perception of cultism in selected higher institutions in Ogun State. Journal of
Sociology and Education in Africa (JOSEA), Vol.7, No (2), June, 93 – 117. ISSN
116 – 0384. On line access: www.josea.org.bwKampala, Uganda.

11)  + Arowolo, O.O. (2007). Scientific Attitude and Self – Concept as determinants of
Cumulative Grade Point Average (C.G.P.A.) of undergraduate agricultural science
students. International Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Performance
(IJAPHP), Vol. (2), 280 – 294. Publisher:University of Education,Winneba, Ghana.

12)  Arowolo, O.O. and Okpala, P. N. (2003). Socio – psychological determinants of undergraduate student’s performance in agricultural science: A case study of the University of Ibadan. Nigerian Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 7, No 2, 20 – 29, June. Publisher: Department of Guidance &Counseling, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Nigeria.

Note:*represents additional papers in the last 3 years, + represents International papers
1)  

(i)  Edited Conference Proceedings:

2)  * Oyeyinka, R. A., Arowolo, O.O. &Ayinde, A.F.O. (2012). Agricultural Finance: A Panacea for the Achievement of the MDGs. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, October 15 – 19, 2012, pp 252-255. Published by Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN), Nigeria.

3)  Arowolo, O.O.(2008). Unemployment and Poverty Reduction through Sustenance Education and Agricultural Programmes. 2NDEdited National Conference Proceedings of Ben-Eva Institute of Education Conference, February 25 – 28 pp.121-131. Published by OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ogun State, Nigeria.

4)  Arowolo, O. O.(2007).Universal – Basic Education & Agricultural Science: A Synergy for high food production in Nigeria. Edited Proceedings of the 9THNational Association of Evaluators & Researchers’ (NAERE) Conference, pp180 – 185. Vol.6 (45) pp 3158-3167 Published by the Association in Ogun State, Nigeria.

(iv)ChapterinBook.

5)  Arowolo, O.O.,Apantaku, S.O., Edobor, E.W., Adeniran, A., Seriki, I.O., Adeeko, M.O. (2013). Policy and Infrastructural Constraints of Universities of Agriculture in Nigeria. Accepted in March 22, 2013. To be published by the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), Nigeria.

(v) Book

6)  Arowolo, O.O.(2012). Performance of Agricultural Science Students at the University Level. Published: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN 978-3-659-29350-4, pp1 – 179. Nigeria.

Note:*represents additional papers in the last 3 years, + represents International papers

(vi) Technical Reports
7)  Arowolo, O.O. (2013): Review and Assessment of the Mid-term Report (MTR) of May 2011 – 2013 on Agriculture by the Federal Government of Nigeria for 2010 -2013. Presented through the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Oyo-state at the South Western Zonal Stakeholders’ Conversation held at the Civic Centre Ibadan, Oyo State on September 9, 2013. Pp 1-7. Nigeria.

(i)  Edited Conference Proceedings:

2)  * Oyeyinka, R. A., Arowolo, O.O. &Ayinde, A.F.O. (2012). Agricultural Finance: A Panacea for the Achievement of the MDGs. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) at Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, October 15 – 19, 2012, pp 252-255. Published by Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN), Nigeria.

3)  Arowolo, O.O.(2008). Unemployment and Poverty Reduction through Sustenance Education and Agricultural Programmes. 2NDEdited National Conference Proceedings of Ben-Eva Institute of Education Conference, February 25 – 28 pp.121-131. Published by OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ogun State, Nigeria.

4)  Arowolo, O. O.(2007).Universal – Basic Education & Agricultural Science: A Synergy for high food production in Nigeria. Edited Proceedings of the 9THNational Association of Evaluators & Researchers’ (NAERE) Conference, pp180 – 185. Vol.6 (45) pp 3158-3167 Published by the Association in Ogun State, Nigeria.

(iv)Chapter in Book.

5)  Arowolo, O.O.,Apantaku, S.O., Edobor, E.W., Adeniran, A., Seriki, I.O., Adeeko, M.O. (2013). Policy and Infrastructural Constraints of Universities of Agriculture in Nigeria. Accepted in March 22, 2013. To be published by the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), Nigeria.

(v) Book

6)  Arowolo, O.O.(2012). Performance of Agricultural Science Students at the University Level. Published: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN 978-3-659-29350-4, pp1 – 179. Nigeria.

Note:*represents additional papers in the last 3 years, + represents International papers

(vi) Technical Reports
7)  Arowolo, O.O. (2013): Review and Assessment of the Mid-term Report (MTR) of May 2011 – 2013 on Agriculture by the Federal Government of Nigeria for 2010 -2013. Presented through the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Oyo-state at the South Western Zonal Stakeholders’ Conversation held at the Civic Centre Ibadan, Oyo State on September 9, 2013. Pp 1-7. Nigeria.

(ii) Journal Articles (already accepted for publication)

13)  * Arowolo, O.O. and Olayemi, F.O. (2013). Harnessing Livestock Extension Services for Sustainable Productivity and Development in Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable DevelopmentVol.11 (1) in March. Accepted December 31, 2013. Publisher: Sliden Africa c/o Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Nigeria.

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