Emmanuel Nkemakolam Okwuduba won the dean's prize in his 200 level undergraduate days in 2008. He graduated with first class honours and was the best graduating student of the Department of Science Education which earned him a Vice Chancellor's award in 2010. He was retained as a graduate assistant in the same department in 2012 after one year mandatory National Youth Service Corp. He was the first student to win Stephen Oluwale Awokoya foundation scholarship for his master programme in Nnamdi Azikiwe University in 2011. He completed his master programme at distinction level. Emmanuel has also worked in the department for the period of six years and rose to the rank of Lecturer II which his commitment to work and good reputation has earned him such rank. He has assisted in coordination of master programme for three years and has been the academic adviser for undergraduate computer science education programme in the department. He is presently the departmental ICT officer. Emmanuel has been seriously engaged in research and has published quite impressively in international and national journals. He has participated in Anambra state research on child education in 2016, Anambra state science teachers Literacy Enhancement and achievement project in 2017 and Tuning Africa project II in 2018.Interest Includes: Chemistry Education, Science Education, STEM Education. He is presently a Tertiary Education Trust Fund PhD scholar at the University of Malaya, Malaysia.
Undergraduate Qualifications
Bsc. ED Science Education/ Chemistry
Postgraduate Qualifications
Msc.ED Science Education/ Chemistry; PhD Mathematics and Science Education in View
Professional Qualifications
Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria
Books Published
Okwuduba E.N. ; Offiah F.C. and Madichie C.J. (2018). Effect of computer simulations on secondary students academic achievement in Chemistry. Asian Journal of Education and Training, 4(4): 284-289. DOI: 10.20448/journal.522.2018.44.284.289.
Nwosu K.C. ; Okwuduba E. and Okoye O. (2018). Coping strategies and academic engagement of part-time undergraduate student teachers in Nigeria. Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 5(1) 72-94. Available online at www.sserr.ro
Okwuduba E.N. and Okigbo E.C. (2018). Effects of teaching methods on students’ academic performance in chemistry: A meta-analytic review. Bulgarian Journal of Science and Education Policy, 12(2): 418-434.
Available online at http://bjsep.org/index.php?page=11&volume_id=12&issue_id=3

Publications
Achufusi, N; Offiah, F.C; Samuel N.N.C.; Okwuduba, E (2010).Effect of co-operative learning on students’ achievement in chemistry in awka educational zone in anambra state of nigeria. African Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies Ghana 3(1) pp162-166

Okwuduba E.N. and Offiah F.C. (2016). Teaching state of matter using computer simulation. Book
of Reading -A publication of Chemistry Panel of the Science Teachers Association of Nigeria. 19-23
Okwuduba E.N., Orefor J. A. and Offiah F.C. (2016) Chemistry teachers’ role and adequacy of materials in inculcating entrepreneurial skills among secondary school chemistry students. Unizik Journal of Education Graduates 3(1) 158-169
Agu N.N. and Okwuduba E.N. (2016) Students’ self-assessment in a research method course of undergraduate students in nnamdi azikiwe university, awka. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Journal of Arts and Social Science Education 1 (1) 1-11
Okwuduba E.N. and Madichie C.J. (2017). Use of activity based method in teaching hydrogen bonding in secondary schools. Book of Reading- A publication of Chemistry Panel of the Science Teacher Association of Nigeria.
Okwuduba E.N. ; Offiah F.C. and Madichie C.J. (2018). Effect of computer simulations on secondary students academic achievement in Chemistry. Asian Journal of Education and Training, 4(4): 284-289. DOI: 10.20448/journal.522.2018.44.284.289.
Nwosu K.C. ; Okwuduba E. and Okoye O. (2018). Coping strategies and academic engagement of part-time undergraduate student teachers in Nigeria. Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 5(1) 72-94. Available online at www.sserr.ro
Okwuduba E.N. and Okigbo E.C. (2018). Effects of teaching methods on students’ academic performance in chemistry: A meta-analytic review. Bulgarian Journal of Science and Education Policy, 12(2): 418-434.
Available online at http://bjsep.org/index.php?page=11&volume_id=12&issue_id=3