UBAMADU, Dr. Hyacinth Onyeoziri

B.Sc, M.Sc, D.Ed, educationist, born August 20, 1936, Amuzu, Mbaise, Imo State; married Marie-Celine Chinyere Mbawuike 1958, five sons; Education: St Finnbarrs Catholic School, Okpala, 1945, Holy Ghost College, Umuahia, 1949-52, University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA, 1964-71; School Headmaster, 1953-64; Instruc tor, Language Laboratory, University of Kansas, USA, 1967-70; Assistant Lecturer, 1970; Instructor, African History, Ottawa University, Kansas, USA, 1971; started and organised the Department of Afro-American Studies, Western Illinois University, Macomb, 1971-72; Chairman, Afro-American Studies Department, Western Illinois University, Macomb, USA, 1971-78; Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Benin, 1979; Head, Department of Educational Psy chology and Curriculum Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Benin; member, African Studies Association; member, National Council of the Social Studies; member, National Association of Teachers of English; member, Phi Delta Kappa, National Geographic Society; member, Human Relations Commission, Los Angeles, 1966; member, TOYL (Institute of International Education), 1967-68; member, Black Merit Academy, 1973; Publications: Black Scholars On Higher Education In The 70s, contributor (ECCA Publications, 1974), Poets Are Made Not Born (Western Illinois University, 1973), A Handbook ForProspec tive AfricanStudents To The USA, (Washing ton DC, University Press of America, 1974); Hobbies: photography, reading, collecting anti quities, gardening, lawn tennis; Official Ad dress: Faculty of Education, University of Benin; Home: 31A Ihama Road, GRA, Benin City, Bendel State.
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