Prof. Fr . Stephen Mbugua Ngari, PhD.

Prof. Fr . Stephen Mbugua Ngari, PhD.

Associate Professor and Director Student Welfare Services.

Faculty of Education.

Department of Psychology.

Egerton University.

p.o.box 536 Egerton Kenya.

Mobile:+254722769765

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EDUCATION

 

1996-2000

Ph.D. Educational Psychology

Egerton University

1989-1991

M.Sc (School of Psychology).

Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)

1988-1989

BA (Psychology).

St. John Fisher College (USA)

1980-1984

Diploma in Theology.

St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary

1978-1980

Certificate in Philosophy.

St. Augustine’s Seminary Mabanga:

1974-1977

‘O’ levels.

Rongai and Londiani Secondary Schools,

 

FIELD AND SPECIALIZATION.

 

PRIEST AND COUNSELLOR.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE.

 

2009 Present

Director: Student Welfare Services- Egerton University

2007

Dean of Students: Egerton University

2001-2006

Chairman: Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling: Egerton

University.

2011-2012

Chairman: Egerton University Performance Contract Vetting and Evaluation

Committee

2011

Member of Egerton University Scholarship Award Criteria Committee

1998

Lecturer in the Department of Education Psychology and Counseling at Egerton University.

 

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

1

Ngari, S. M. (2008). Theories of Personality and Counselling. Egerton. Egerton University Press. ISBN9966-838-63-5

2

Beatrice M. Mburugu, Micah C. Chepchieng and Stephen M. Ngari (2012). Influence of Orphanhood on Academic Performance and Discipline of Pupils in Public Primary Schools in Meru South District, Kenya. Kenyan Journal of Guidance, Counselling and Psychology Vol. 2 (1), 122-127

3

S.M. Ngari, N. J. Kathuri, R. Mwonya, M. Chepchieng, M. Kariuki, O. Ngumi, and C. Mumiukha (2011). Social and Cultural Variables in Gender Disparities in Education Achievement in Kenya. Journal of Education and Human Resources Vol. 6. 20-39

4

Veronicah K. Nyaga, Micah C. Chepchieng and Stephen M. Ngari (2011). Survey of the Prevalence Acts of Indiscipline among Primary School Pupils in Nakuru Municipality, Kenya. Kenyan Journal of Guidance, Counselling and Psychology Vol. 1 (1) 92-97

5

O. Ngumi, Aggrey M. Sindabi, Stephen M. Ngari, Mary Kariuki and Catherine M. Mumiukha (2011). Status of Career Guidance and Counselling in Kenya’s Secondary Schools. Journal of Education and Human Resources Vol 6. 100-115

6

P. Miriti, Z. K. Mbugua and S. M. Ngari, (2010). Factors Contributing to Recidivism Among Ex-Convicts: A Case of Randomly Selected Recidivists in Kenya Prisons. OSSREA Kenya Chapter Book Vol. 1. Number 1. April, 2010.

7

Catherine K. Mumiukha, George Makori, Stephen N. Mbugua, and Owen Ngumi (2008) An Assessment of Stress Among Academic Staff: A Case Study of Egerton University, Njoro Campus. Journal of Education and Human Resources Vol 5, 3-13

8

O. Ngumi, S.M. Ngari & C. Mumiukha (2007) Challenges Facing Secondary Schools’ Guidance and Counsellors in Kenya. Journal of Education and Human Resources 4(1), 20-31

9

M. W. Kariuki, M. C. Chepchieng and Mbugua S. N. (2007). Teachers’ Perceptions of the Early Childhood Education Programme on the Social-Emotional Competencies of the Pre-school Children in Kenya. Journal of Education and Human Resources 1(4), 142-153

10

Development through Local Government, Non Government Organizations and Faith Based Groups. A paper presented at a Conference on Globalization between the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh and Egerton University on January 11, 2007.

11

Owen Ngumi, S. M. Ngari, and Catherine Mumiukha (2007). Training Challenges Facing Secondary Schools Guidance and Counsellors in Kenya. Journal of Education and Human Resources. 1 (1), 20-33.