Prof. Stanley Ngome Mutsotso

Prof. Stanley Ngome Mutsotso

Name: Prof. Stanley Ngome Mutsotso

Dean School of Graduate Studies

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Academic Qualification

Institution [ Date from – to ]Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:
Moi University, Kenya, 2001-200D.Phil
Moi University, Kenya,1997-1999M.Phil
Moi University, Kenya, 1990-1994B.Ed (Hons)
IABE, London, 1996Diploma in Business Administration and Public Relations

Field of Specialization

  • Educational Communication and Technology

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Member of Kenya Association of Educational Administration and Management (KAEAM)
  • Member of OSSREA
  • Member of the Association of Third World Scholars (ATWS)

Work Experience

Date from toInstitution, Location (City, Country)Person Responsible ToPositionResponsibilities/Duties
27th September 2014 to DateKibabii University, Bungoma, KenyaDVC (ASA), CoD CIT
  • Associate Professor of Education (Educational Communication and Technology), in the department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology and Dean Graduate School
  • Coordinating Graduate Programmes and activities
  • Teaching Graduate Programmes
2012 February to 27th September 2014Kibabii University CollegeDeputy Principal (ARE)
  • Senior Lecturer, Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology, Kibabii University, Associate Dean of Education, and acting Dean of School of Graduate Studies
  • Coordinate academic and administrative activities at Graduate School and FESS
  • Establishment of departments in the faculty of Education
2011 to 31 January 2012MMUSTDean, FESSSenior Lecturer, Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology, and Chairman of Department, CIT
  • Academic and Administrative Head of the department
  • Chief Internal Examiner
2003-2011MMUSTDean, FESSLecturer, Department of Curriculum & Instructional Technology (MMUST). Taught the following Courses: General
Methods of Teaching, Educational Media and Resources, Introduction to Teaching and School Operations, Media
Practicals and Microteaching and Chairman of Department, CIT
  • Teaching Undergraduate Programmes
  • Academic and Administrative Head of the department
1999 – 2003Vihiga CountyDistrict Education OfficerSenior Education Officer, Ministry of Education Science and Technology
  • Officer in charge of Secondary Schools in Vihiga County
1994-1997GivolePrincipalHead of department and classroom teacher
  • Teaching
  • Counselling services
  • Head of department for Humanities

Professional Research Interest

  • Teacher Education: -Non formal and continuing Education
  • University Education: -Quality and Relevance & Student character development

Research Experience and Funds Attracted

YearPosition in ProjectResponsibilities/DutiesResearch/Project TitleAmount (₤, €, $, KES)
2017PICoordinationContract for final evaluation of Governance and Transparency fund, funded by National Taxpayers Association$12569
2016PICoordinating research activities in selected Kenyan UniversitiesStudent Activism, Political Party Alliances and Election Violence in Kenyan Public Universities, funded by OSSREA for Book Publication$2,500
2014MemberCollection of Literature review touch on EducationThe Origins and Development of Kibabii University College$5,000
2013MemberLiterature reviewImpact of Motorcycle accidents on the Economy of households in Bungoma, Siaya and Nyeri Counties 
  • Development of concept
  • Development of proposal
Baseline Survey on four model NFE schools in Kakamega. Funded by CIDA through ACCES , Kakamega$2,000
  • Mobilization of resources
  • Development of proposal
Role of NFE on poverty, Health and Development in the Lake Victoria basin. Funded by MMUST, URF$2,000
2008-2010Principal Investigator
  • Chairing Meetings
  • Presentation of findings
Rehabilitation of un-operational water projects and education in Butsotso Central and Shirugu location in Kakamega$3,000
  • Proposal writing
  • Collecting data
Baseline survey on NFE in Kakamega Funded by CIDA through ACCES, Kakamega$2,000
  • Proposal writing
  • Data Collection
  • Dissemination of findings
Mid-term Evaluation Research Project on ACCES funded NFE projects in Kakamega€2000


YearPosition in Consultancy TeamResponsibilities/DutiesConsultancy/Project TitleAmount (₤, €, $, KES)

Selected Publications 2015-2018: Books and Book Chapters

  • John O. Shiundu and Stanley N. Mutsotso (2017) A new look at Students Assessment and Evaluation in the text entitled New Directions in Curriculum and Instructions” edited by Sandra B. Harper Kakamega Double Shasa Ltd. ISBN. 978-9966-1727-4-8
  • John Shiundu and Stanley N. Mutsotso (2017) “School Attachment for Teacher Learners in the Text entitled New Directions in Curriculum and Instructions” edited by Sandra B. Harper. Kakamega Double Shasa Ltd ISBN. 978-9966-1727-4-8
  • Mutsotso S N and Mbayah J. T (2016) Text book chapter entitled “School Financing Models on staff effectiveness in Kenya in the text entitled Current Trends in Social and Educational Development: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Published by Kibabii University. Kenya
  • Mutsotso S. N. and Mukuna T. (2015) text book chapter entitled “Student Activism, Political Party Alliances and Election Violence in Kenyan Public Universities” Project sponsored by the Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA)
  • Mutsotso S. N. (2015) text book chapter entitled “School Attachment: A Case of Masinde Muliro University and Technology in the text book entitled “Dynamism in Curriculum and Instruction.” Edited by Professor Ruth Otunga of University of Eldoret, Published by Utafiti Foundation. ISBN 978-9966-26-043-7
  • Mutsotso S. N. and Shiundu J. O. (2015) text book chapter entitled “Classroom assessment and evaluation” in the text book entitled “Dynamism in Curriculum and Instruction.” Edited by Professor Ruth Otunga of University of Eldoret, Published by Utafiti Foundation. ISBN 978-9966-26-043-7

Selected Publications 2015-2018: Scientific Articles Published in Refereed Journals

  1. Amugune A. Aggrey, Mutsotso S. Ngome, Shiundu O. John (2018). Origin and Development of Key Religious Organizations in Kenya. Their influence on Curriculum Implements in Public Secondary Schools. In the titled International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences Vol 8, Issue 6 (June, 2018) ISBN 2321-92002
  2. Samuel Waburiri Nanzai, Angeline Savala and Stanley N. Mutsotso (2018). The Kinds of Traditional African Religious Family Values among the Marama Community of Kakamega County, Kenya. A paper in the journal of The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies Vol. 6 Issue 4 April 2018 (ISSN 2321-9203)
  3. Kevogo N, Toili W and Mutsotso SN (2014) Influence of Computer Based Instruction on Biology Students Performance. Journal Paper at acceptance stage. Greener journal of Educational Research.
  4. Abisaki O, Mutsotso SN, and Poipoi M (2013) An analysis of Non-Formal Curricular Activities in Mumias Bus County, Kenya. A journal Paper in International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences. September 2013. Vol 3 No. 9 ISSN:2222-6990
  5. Kevogo N, Toili W, and Mutsotso SN (2013, September) Effects of General Computer use on Secondary School Students’ Performance in Biology. Greenes Journal of Computer Sciences. Vol I(I) 016-030 September 2013. www.gjournal.orgv
  6. Mamuli, L.C, Mutsotso S.N, Butali D.N, Odhiambo,O (2013) Communication Constraints faced by Staff in Kenyan Public Universities. Journal: International Review of Management & Business Research Year 2013, Vol 2, Issue 1, Part 3. Pages 258-264.
  7. Kevogo N, Toili W, and Mutsotso SN (2013) Influence of Class size on Techniques of Teaching Science in Primary Schools of Vihiga County, Kenya. International Journal of Educational Research and Reviews Vol. 1 (1), PP. 023-032. Available online at
  8. Yeswa, E, Ochieng, O, Mutsotso, SN, Odhiambo O& Mumbo, H.M (2012). Impact of Internship Programme on the Performance of Public Health Care Institutions. Journal: Global Journal of Human Social Science, Arts & Humanities Vol 12 Issue 13 Version 1.0 Year 2012. Online ISSN: 2249-4 box & Print ISSN: 0975 – 587X
  9. Mutsotso S. N. and Mambo R. (2011, October) Teacher Education in Kenya: An Analysis of school Attachment programmes at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology in the Journal of Education & Social Sciences Issue Number 2 Vol 1
  10. Erambo, AM, Mutsotso S.N and Kabuka E.K (2011 July) Influence of Age and Gender on substance abuse amongst Students in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya in the Kenya Journal of Education planning Economics & Management Vol 3 No. 3 July 2011

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