Prof.

OYEYINKA Richard Akinwumi 

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1) Ph.D., University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria – 1997 – 2002

2) M.Sc., University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria – 1995 – 1997

3) B.Sc. (Edu.), Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria – 1989- 1992

4) NCE., Oyo State College of Education, Ila-Orangun – 1984- 1987

5) NCE., Federal College of Education(Special),Oyo – 2006/2007 Session.

Research in Progress:

1)    Impact of Micro finance on the Psychological Wellbeing of Women in Surulere Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria.

2)    Smallholder Direct Loan Scheme and Socio economic Status of Livestock Farmers in Fashola Community, Oyo State, Nigeria.

3)    Impact of Agricultural Bank(AB)on Women Empowerment in Oyo State, Nigeria.

4)    Cooperative Farmers Knowledge and Utilization of Cocoa Rehabilitation Programme in Osun State, Nigeria.

Research Completed not Published

1.    Poultry Farmers Perception of Student Industrial Work Experience In Oyo Federal Constituency, Oyo State Nigeria.

2.    Effect of Climate Change on Transhumance Pastoralism in Ogun, Nigeria, Ayanda, I. F, Oyeyinka, R. A, Salau, S. A, Ojo, E.

 

.   Establishing the status of post harvest losses and storage for major staple crops in 11 African Countries sponsored by Alliance for green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) 2013 – 2014

i) Best student in English Literature and Agricultural Science at Saint Andrew’s College, Oyo. – 1982

ii) Web 2.0 Training Programme, Sponsor by CTA/UNAAB at University of Ibadan, between 4th-8th October, 2010

i. Member: Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON).

ii. Member: Nigeria Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAGRED).

iii. Member: Nigeria Association of Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT).

iv. Member: National Association for Teachers of Technology (NATT).

v. Member: National Research and Development Network of Children and Youth in Agriculture Programme (CYIAP).

vi. Member: Farm Management Association of Nigeria(FAMAN)

Unpublished Conference Workshops/Seminars in the last 5 years and Papers Read:

i.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2004):  “Policy Thrust and Implementation of Technology Education in a Democratic Society”.  A paper presented at the 3rd Annual National Conference of School of Vocational and Technical Education, held at Oyo State College of Education, Oyo, from 26th – 29th April.

ii.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2004):  “Role of Agricultural Credits in the Adoption of New Farm Practices by Small Scale Farmers in a Deregulated Economy”.  A paper presented at the 2nd Annual National Conference of School of Vocational and Technical Education, held at Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo from 13th – 17th September.

iii.    Oyeyinka, R. A. and Bello, R. O. (2005):  The Role of Agricultural Education in Agricultural Policies Formulation for Youth Empowerment in Nigeria.  A paper presented at the 18th Annual National Conference of National Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT) held at River State University of Science and Technology, Port-Harcourt, from 10th – 14th October.

iv.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2006):  “The Role of Vocational Agricultural Education on Sustainable Livelihood of Rural Women”.  A paper presented at the 3rd National Conference of FCE, Obudu, Cross River State, from 3rd – 7th July.

v.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2006):  “Socio Economic Importance of Cooperative Society”.  Being a paper presented at the Training Workshop on the Role of Departmental Union for Cooperatives and Cooperators, held at University of Ibadan, from 23rd – 24th August.

vi.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2007):  “Role of Vocational Agricultural Education in Achieving the Millennium Development Goals”.  Being a paper presented at 1st National Conference of School of Languages.  Federal Capital Territory College of Education, Zuba-Abuja, held between 16th – 19th July.

vii.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2007):  Entrepreneurship in Agricultural Education.  A Recipe for Household Food Security and Self Employment.  Being a paper presented at the National Conference of School of Vocational and Technical Education, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, held between 2nd – 5th May.

viii.    Oyeyinka, R. A. and Bello, R. O. (2007):  “Agricultural Education. A Recipe for Reducing Unemployment Among Nigerian Youth”.  Being a paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference of National Research and Development Network of Children and Youth in Agriculture Programme, held at Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo between 26th – 29th November.

ix.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2007):  “Influence of Agricultural Education in Achieving Sustainable Food Security for the Millennium Development Goals”. Being a paper presented at the 3rd Annual National Conference of School of Vocational and Technical Education, Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo held between 10th – 14th September.

x.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2008):  “Agricultural Finance: A Panacea for the Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals”.  Being a paper presented at the 3rd National Conference of School of Vocational and Technical Education, Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka, Lagos, held between 10th – 13th August.

(a. )   Dissertation/Thesis

1.    Oyeyinka, R.A. (2002):  “Impact of Nigerian Agricultural and Cooperative Bank Small holder Direct Loan Scheme on Farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria.  Unpublished Ph.D Dissertation of the Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

2.    Oyeyinka, R.A. (1997): Cooperative Societies and Agricultural Development: A Case Study of Selected Farmers Multipurpose Cooperatives in Oyo Local Government Areas of Oyo State.  Unpublished M.Sc. Dissertation of the Department of Agricultural Extension Services, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

3.    Oyeyinka, R.A. (1992):  Effect of Plant Population on the Growth and Yield of Zea May L. Under three fertility Regimes’ Unpublished B.Sc. (Ed.) Dissertation of Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria.

(b) Contribution to Books:

4.    Oyeyinka, R.A. (2003):  “Basic Concepts in Agriculture” Elements of Agriculture, Kay-Blessing Ventures, Durbar, Oyo. Pp. 1 – 22.

5.    Oyeyinka ,R.A 2009 Analysis of Agricultural Extension Funding Implication for National    Economic Empowerment Development Strategy. In Adebiyi B.A, Dada O.C, and Atikpui FNB Eds Special Education Personnel Preparation in Nigeria Book of Reading.

6.    Bolarinwa, K. K, Oyeyinka, R. A, and Banmeke, T. O. (2012): Nigerian Contribution to “Mobile for Agricultural Extension” Published by Central Agricultural University (CAU), Barapani – 793 103, Meghalaya, India.


(c)    Articles in Learned Journals

7.    Bolarinwa, K.K. and Oyeyinka, R.A. (2005): Communal Conflict Impact on Agricultural Extension Agent in Atisbo Local Government Area of Oyo State.  Journal of Agricultural Extension.  A Publication of AESON.  Volume 8:109-113.

8.    Oyeyinka R. A. and Bolarinwa K. K. (2009) Using Nigeria Agricultural Cooperative and Rural Development Bank Smallholder Direct Loan Scheme to increase  Agricultural Production in Rural Oyo State Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development  2 (1):62-68

9.    Oyeyinka, R. A, M. T. Ajayi and Bolarinwa, K. K. (2010): Assessment of Staff Development Programme for Extension Staff of Agricultural Development and Agricultural Research Institutes in Edo State, Nigeria. Journal of Extension Systems Vol-26(2): 51-58.

10.    Oyeyinka, R. A, and Raheem, W. K. (2010): Small Scale Commercial Poultry Farmers Training Needs on Production Techniques in Oyo Zones of Agricultural Development Programmes, Oyo State, Nigeria Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Social Sciences(JOAFSS),Vol,8,2,81-90.

11.    Bolarinwa, K. K, Ajayi, M. T, Oyeyinka, R. A. (2010): Training Needs of Extension Agents in Agricultural Research Institution Agricultural Development in Edo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Social Sciences(JOAFSS),Vol,8,2,20-27.

12.    Fapojuwo O E and Oyeyinka R A (2011):Participation of Rural Women in Cocoa Production in Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. African Journal of Social Research and Development A Journal of Across Africa Information Services Centre, Accra, Ghana. Vol 3,                        No 1:13 -22.

13.    Oyeyinka, R. A. and Fapojuwo, O. E. (2011): Farmers Multipurpose Cooperatives For Food Security in Africa. African Journal of Social Research and Development. A Journal of Across Africa Information Services Centre, Accra, Ghana. Vol 3,No 2:1-8

14.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2011): Role of Agricultural Credit in the Adoption of New Farm Practices by Small scale Farmers in Ogbomoso North Local Government Area ,Oyo State, Nigeria African Journal of Social Research and Development. A Journal of Across Africa Information Services Centre, Accra Ghana. Vol 3,No 2:166-172

15.    Bolarinwa, K. K. and Oyeyinka, R. A. (2011):Use of Cellphone by Farmers and its Implication on Farmers Production Capacity in Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology.

16.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2011): Influence of Agricultural Credit on the Socio economic Profile of Farmers in Oyo East Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria International Journal of Issues on African Development. Vol 3,No 1.A Journal of Centre for Development of Issues in Africa, Kumasi, Ghana, Vol 3,No 1:145-153.

17.    Bolarinwa, K. K, Oyeyinka, R. A, Ajayi, M. T. and Fakoya, E. O (2011): Socio Economic Impact of Communal Conflict on Cocoa Farmers Livelihood in Nigeria. Ontario International Development Agency (Canada), International Journal of Sustainability Development 02:01     59-65.

18.    Oyeyinka, R. A, Adeogun, S. O. (2011): Socio economic Factors Influencing the Utilization of Bank of Agriculture Credit Scheme by Farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Rural Extension and Development (NJRED)Vol,5,1,17-24.

19.    Ayanda,I. F, Banmeke, T. O. A, Oyeyinka, R. A, Bolarinwa, K. K. (2011): Comparative Analysis of Labour and Input Utilization among Participant and Non-participant Farmers in Special Rice Project in Kwara State, Nigeria(accepted for publication, Moor Journal)

20.    Adeogun, S. O, Oyeyinka, R. A. (2011): Implementation Accuracy of Cocoa Rehabilitation Techniques (CTRS) among Farmers in Southwestern, Nigeria (accepted for publication, JOAFSS Journal)

21.    Oyeyinka, R. A, Raheem, W. K, Ayanda, I. F, Abiona, B. G. (2011): Poultry Farmers Awareness and Knowledge of Improved Production Practices in Afijo Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria.E3 Journal of Agricultural Research and Development, 1(1) Available online http://www.e3journals.org/EJARD.

22.    Oyeyinka, R. A, Ayansina, S. O. (2012): Assessment of Farmers Attitude Towards Bank of Agricultural Loan Scheme in Oyo State, Nigeria, Journal of Sustainable Development(JOST)(Accepted for Publication, Centre for Research and Development, FUTA.

23.    B. G. Abiona, E. O. Fakoya, S. O. Apantaku, W. O. Alegbeleye, C. I. Sodiya, T. O. A. Bameke, R. A. Oyeyinka, A. K. Aromolaran (2012): Enterprise Mix In Integrated Fish Farming In Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science, Canadian Centre of Science and Education. Vol 4,No 1:171-180.

(d) Papers Accepted for Publication with letters of acceptance

(e) Technical Report:         Nill

(f)    Published Conference Proceedings

24.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (1999): “The Role of Agricultural Extension Education on Farmers’ Acceptance of Appropriate Technology”.  Proceedings of the 21st Convention of Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT).  Pp. 128 – 131.

25.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2001):  “The Use of Appropriate Technology as a Panaceas to Sustainable Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria” In Oladimeji, T.A.G., Ibeneme, O.T., Adesope, O.M., Ogunyemi, M.A. and Tukura, H.M. (Eds.).  Technology Education and Sustainable Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria.  Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT).                        Pp. 8-12.

26.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2002):  “Appropriate Extension Strategies: A Panacea Towards Effective Land Degradation Control in Nigeria”.  In Oladimeji, T. A. G, Ibeneme, O. T, Akinseinde, S. I, Ogunyemi, M. A. and Tukura, H. M. (Eds.).  Technology Education and Environmental Issues in Nigeria.  Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT).  Pp. 299 – 305.

27.    Oyeyinka, R. A. and Bello, R. O. (2005):  “The Role of Agricultural Education in Agricultural Policies Formulation for Youth Empowerment in Nigeria”.  In G. N. Nnaji, F. O. N. Onyenkrou, E. A. Nnenji and B. M. Ndomi (Eds.) Technology Education for Sustainable Youth Empowerment in Nigeria. In Nigeria Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT).  Pp. 40 – 43.

28.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2006):  “Universal Basic Education Curriculum and Agricultural Education for National Development in Nigeria”.  In G. N. Nneji, F. O. N. Onyenkrou, E. A. Nnenji, B. M. Ndomi (Eds.).  Consolidating the Gains of Technology Education for National Development.  Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT).  Pp. 175 – 179.

29.    Oyeyinka, R. A. (2008):  “Public-Private Partnership in Agricultural Extension: A Strategy for the Realization of Vision 2020”.  In G. N. Nneji, F. O. N. Onyekrou, E. A. Nnenji, B. M. Ndomi (Eds.); Capacity Building through Technical and Vocational Education for the Realization of Nigeria’s Vision 2020.  Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT).

30.    Oyeyinka, R. A. and Raheem, W. K. (2011)Small Scale Commercial Poultry Farmers Training Needs In Oyo Zone, In Odedina, S. A, Osuntade, O. B, Adebayo, K, Awodun, M. O. Fapohunda, O. O. (Eds)Policy and Agricultural Development In Nigeria, Challenges And Prospects. Proceedings of Farm Management Association of Nigeria.

31.    Bolarinwa, K. K. and Oyeyinka, R. A(2011)Use of Cell Phone By Farmers And Its Implication On Farmers Production Capacity In Oyo State, Nigeria. Proceeding of World Academy of Science, Engineering And Technology.

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