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K. Mwelwa

 

PROFILE

 

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
OF

K.  Mwelwa

CONTRIBUTION TO RESEARCH

Completed Research

Mwelwa, K. and Chipindi F.M., (2016). Illuminating the Academic and Socio-Economic Implications of Inadequate Boarding Facilities amongst Students in Public Tertiary Institutions: A Case of the University of Zambia. Self-Funded study

Mwelwa, K., Mulenga-Hagane, M., Daka, H. and Tembo-Chirwa, P. (2016). Sustainability and Accessibility of Private Schools in Zambia: Experiences of Low-Cost Private Primary Schools in Lusaka’s Peri-Urban Areas. Self-Funded study

Masaiti, G., Mwelwa, K. and Mwale, N. (2015). Shifting from Government Bursaries to a Loan Scheme in Higher Education: Exploring the Zambian Experience in Student Financial Aid. Self-Funded Study

Mwelwa, K., Mwanza, P. and Msango, H.J. (2015). Relevance of Teacher Induction Programmes in Promoting Professional Development of Teachers in Zambia. Self-Funded Study

Daka, H., Jacob, W.J., Kakupa, P. and Mwelwa, K. (2015). “The Use of Social Networks in Curbing HIV in Higher Education Institutions. A Case of the University of Zambia. Self-Funded Study.

Mwelwa, K., Mulenga-Hagane, M., Daka, H. and Tembo-Chirwa, P. (2016). Sustainability and Accessibility of Private Schools in Zambia: Experiences of Low-Cost Private Primary Schools in Lusaka’s Peri-Urban Areas. Self-Funded study

Masaiti, G., Mwelwa, K. and Mwale, N. (2015). Shifting from Government Bursaries to a Loan Scheme in Higher Education: Exploring the Zambian Experience in Student Financial Aid. Self-Funded Study

Mwelwa, K., Mwanza, P. and Msango, H.J. (2015). Relevance of Teacher Induction Programmes in Promoting Professional Development of Teachers in Zambia. Self-Funded Study

Daka, H., Jacob, W.J., Kakupa, P. and Mwelwa, K. (2015). “The Use of Social Networks in Curbing HIV in Higher Education Institutions. A Case of the University of Zambia. Self-Funded Study.

Mwelwa, K. (2014). Implementation of the Student Loans Scheme as a Viable Cost-Sharing Measure in Promoting Equitable Access to Higher Education in Zambia: Perspectives of Selected Stakeholders in the Education Sector (Unpublished M.Ed. Dissertation), University of Zambia.

 

Published Research

Conference Proceedings

2016: Mwelwa, K and Chipindi, F.M. (2016). “Illuminating the Academic and Socio- Economic Implications of Inadequate Boarding Facilities amongst Students in Public Tertiary Institutions: A Case of the University of Zambia” in H. Miranda (ed.), The Fifth Annual Educational Conference Proceedings held from 22-24th August, 2016 at Hifekepunye Pohamba Campus, Ongwediva, Namibia pp. 55-57.Oshana Printing Company: University of Namibia. ISBN: 978-99916-53-525.

 

Journal Articles

Masaiti, G., Mwelwa, K. and Mwale, N. (2015). “Shifting from Government Bursaries to a Loan Scheme in Higher Education: Exploring the Zambian Experience in Student Financial Aid.” In International Journal of African Higher Education, Vol. 2, pp. 69-99. ISSN: 23135069. Available at http://ejournals.bc.edu/ojs/index.php/ijahe/index/

Mwelwa, K., Mwanza, P. and Msango, H.J. (2015). “Relevance of Teacher Induction Programmes in Promoting Professional Development of Teachers in Zambia.” Zambia Journal of Teacher Professional Growth. Vol. 2 (2), pp. 31-44

 

Conferences Attended

16-17th Nov. 2016

Presented a paper (with Daka, H; Jacob, W.J; Kakupa, P and Mwelwa, K) entitled “The use of Social Networks in Curbing HIV in Higher Education: A case study of the University of Zambia” at the National Education Research Symposium on 16th November, 2016 held at the University of Zambia, Great East Road Campus, Lusaka.

 

22-24th Aug, 2016

Presented a paper (with Chipindi Ferdinand) entitled “Illuminating the Academic and Socio-Economic Implications of inadequate Boarding Facilities amongst Students in Public Tertiary institutions: A Case of the University of Zambia” at the 5th University of Namibia (UNAM) Annual Educational Conference on 24th August, 2016 at Hifekepunye Pohamba Campus, Ongwediva, Namibia.

 

4-6th April, 2016

Presented a paper (with Mulenga-Hagane, L.M; Daka H.S and Tembo-Chirwa, P) entitled “Sustainability and Accessibility of Private Schools in Zambia: Experiences of Low-Cost Private Primary Schools in Lusaka’s Peri-Urban Areas.” At the Association of Education.

 

6th April, 2016

Attended a Development in Africa (AEDA) Conference helld  at Protea Hotels, Richards Bay, South Africa.

 

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