Academic

Coordinator, Mass Communication Department

Name: Dr Okpako Joe Omoshue

Designation/Rank: Lecturer II

Appointments

Lecturing: 

(1) Edwin Clark University, Kiagbodo (full-time 2017- date)

(2) College Education, Warri 1990-1992 (part-time)

(3) Ikanibian Polytechnic, Delta State ICE (Sapele ICE Branch) part-time: 1999-2002

(4) Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe, (Oproza Study Centre 2015-2016)

Nature of Employment: No 2- 4 part-time

Contact Details

  • Email: omoshuejoe1@gmail.com
  • WhatsApp: 08037469808
 

Faculty and Course

  • Faculty: Faculty of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences
  • Department: Department of Mass Communication
  • Programme: BSc

Profile

Interested and involved in the following:

(a) Social and humanitarian activities

(b) Environmental sanitation

(c) Agriculture

(d) Reading and research

(e) Evangelism

Degrees/Qualifications

  • PhD
  • MA (Mass Com)
  • MSc
  • PGD (Human Resource Management)
  • MED
  • BED (Curriculum Studies/ English)
  • NCE (English/ CRS)

 

Education: PhD, MA, MSc, MEd, PGD, NCE,GCE

Areas of Specification: Development Communication & Public Relations, Human Resource Management, Curriculum/English, English/CRS.

Experience: 1990-Till date (30 years)

Awards/Honours: The Neatest Student in 2008/2009 Uniport Graduate Hostel Block B&C

Membership of Professional bodies: African Council for Communication Education Conference (ACCE), LCS Department Uniport Chapel

List of publications

  • Omoshue & Asadu (2016) Maintaining Healthy and Sustainable Environment through Communication Campaigns. In Ebenezer O. Soola, Aniefiok J. Udoudo & Christopher I. Ochonogor (Eds). Issues and Trends in Environmental Communication.  Ibadan, Kraft Books.

  • Omoshue & Okpako (2018), Media Ethics and Organisational Profit Drive: The Dilemma of the Journalist. In Aniefiok J. Udoudo & Christopher I. Ochonogor (Eds). Integrity in News Reporting: A Reader. Port Harcourt.

  • Omoshue & Irohan (2012), Using Government Public Relations as Crisis Management Tool among the Urhobo, Ijaw and Itsekiri in Warri, Delta State. Journal of Linguistics and Communication Studies (JOLINCS) 2/1. A Publication of the Department of Linguistics and communication Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Port Harcourt, P.M.B. 5323, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

  • Ihejirika, Omego & Omoshue (2016), Government Communication Strategies for Mobilizing the Urban Citizen for Sanitation in Delta State. The Crab Journal of Theatre & media Arts X1.A Journal of the Department of Theatre Arts, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

  • Omoshue, Ejeku & Okpako (2017) Creating Enduring Aware about the Evil of Child Labour: Future of the Global Child. Ikogho: A Multi-disciplinary Journal 17/1)