OGUNREMI, Prof. Gabriel Ogundeji




Ogundeji . .
BA, MA, Ph.D, historian, educationist, born March 27, 1933, Ibadan, Oyo State; married Rachael Omotade Adejuyigbe 1977,five sons, four daughters; EDUCATION: St John's Primary School, Alaja, Ibadan, St Luke's Teachers' Training College, Molete, Ibadan, 1952-58, 1957-58, University of Ife (now Ohalemi Awolowo University), Ile-Ife, 1962- 65,University of Birmingham, England, 1969- 73; Career: Appointed Primary and Secondary School Teacher in various schools, 1965- 69; Lecturer II, University of Lagos, 1973- 75; Lecturer I, Unilag, 1975-79; Senior Lecturer, University of Lagos, 1979-85; Visiting associate Professor, Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye 1983-84; Head, Department of Religion and History, Lagos State University, 1985-89; director General Studies. Lagos State University, 1985-89, 1992-93; prof. History Lagos State University, since 1985; Dean, faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Lagos State University, 1989-91; appointed Professor of History, Lagos State University, since 1985; Chairman, Onipe Community Grammar School Board of Governors; Senate. Representative, Lagos State University Governing Council, 1985-86; member, Governing Council, St Andrew's College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, since 1989-91; , Lecturer, Ogun State University, since 1993; retired, 2001; Resource Person, UNESCO/ United Nation Development Programme Education Data Bank, Federal Ministry of Education, 1997; 1986-87 member, Nigerian Historical Society, 1982-84: member, Nigerian Economic Society; member, African Studies Association, UK; member, Royal African Studies; member, Historical Society of Nigerian; member, Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA); Japan Foundation fellow, 1980; Visiting Scholar, Columbia University, New York, 1978; Chairman, Governing Council, St. Andrews College of Education, Oyo State, 1989-92; member, Governing Council, Lagos State University, (LASU), 1986-87; Award and Honours: Western Region of Nigeria Scholarship, University of Ife, University of Birmingham, 1962-65, 1969-73; fellowship, Columbia University, New York City, USA, 1978; fellowship, Japan Foundation, University of Lagos, 1980 Traditional Title: The Asaju of Alata, Ibadan district, 1996; Publication: Counting the Camels: Economics of Transportation in Pre-Industrial Nigeria,Nok, New York, 1982; Culture and Society in Yoruba land, An Ec, Ibadan; History of West Africa; Hobbies:Indoor games, Site seeing, Church services, Bible Fellowships & prayer meetings; Official Address: Department of History & International Studies, LASU, Ojo, P.O. Box 3389, Festac Town, Lagos; Telephone: 01-588-4048; Home: S7/ 114, Kudeti, Ibadan Or Duplex 2B LASU Senior Staff Quarters, Ojo, Lagos State. Tele phone: 01-732-347.
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