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Management educator

Chimezie Anthony Baylon-Pascal Osigweh, Nigerian management educator. Recipient Outstanding Virginian Faculty award State of Virginia, 1989. Member Academy Management, Academy International Business, American Institute for Decision Sciences (Southeast region), International Studies Association, Southern Management Association, Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (president since 1985, chairman annual programs 1986-1987).

Background

Osigweh, Chimezie Anthony Baylon-Pascal was born on November 11, 1955 in Ejemekwuru, Owerri, Nigeria. Son of Joseph A.A. and Lucy Mgbokwere (Ogbonna) Osigweh.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Special Education and Political Science, East Tennessee State University, 1978. Master of Arts in International Relations, Ohio State University, 1980. Master in Labor Relations and Human Resource Management, Ohio State University, 1981.

Doctor of Philosophy in Labor Relations, Human Resource Management and International Relations, Ohio State University, 1982.

Career

Assistant dean of studies, Presentation Secondary School, Ogbaku-Owerri, Nigeria, 1975-1976;assistant instructor, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1979-1980;instructor, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1981;research associate, Mershon Center for Research, Columbus, 1979, 82;assistant professor, North-East Missouri State University, Kirksville, 1982-1985;member graduate county, North-East Missouri State University, Kirksville, 1984-1985;professor management, Norfolk (Virginia) State University, 1985-1989;Virginia distinguished professor management, Norfolk (Virginia) State University, since 1989;member of faculty senate, Norfolk (Virginia) State University, 1986-1990;Virginia distinguished professor of management, Norfolk (Virginia) State University, since 1990. Chairman National Conference on Communicating Employee Responsibilities, Kirksville, 1984-1985.

Works

Membership

Member Academy Management, Academy International Business, American Institute for Decision Sciences (Southeast region), International Studies Association, Southern Management Association, Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (president since 1985, chairman annual programs 1986-1987).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: swimming, reading, bicycling, hiking, writing.

Connections

Married Brenda Jean Jolley, April 21, 1981. Children: Amarachi N., Nkechinyere, Ndidi M.

father:
Joseph A.A. Osigweh

mother:
Lucy Mgbokwere (Ogbonna) Osigweh

spouse:
Brenda Jean Jolley

child:
Amarachi N. Osigweh

child:
Nkechinyere Osigweh

child:
Ndidi M. Osigweh