Name: Prof. Gladys Jerobon Kiptiony

Designation: Director

Department: Directorate of Excellence in Learning and Teaching

School: Education

Email: gkiptiony@kabarak.ac.ke

Postal Address: P.O. BOX Private Bag Kabarak, 20157

DATE QUALIFICATION INSTITUTION

2009

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic practice

York St John University, UK

 

2008

Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Counselling Psychology)

Egerton University

 

2001

Certificate Course in Guidance and Counselling

University of Nairobi

 

7th-18th August, 2000

Certificate Course in Computer Awareness

Kenya School of Monetary Studies

 

1992-1993

Master of Arts in Education

Lancaster University, UK

1987-1990

Bachelor of Education

Moi University

1987

Pre-University Training Programme

National Youth Service

 

   
     
   

 

   

 

DATE: Designation, Organization.

2018, 11th August to date

Director, Excellence in Learning and Teaching

2018, 1st May

Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology

2016, 1st May to 2018

Dean, School of Education

2016, 4th January – 1st May 2016

Director – KABU Institute for Gender and Development Studies (IGDS)

2015, 5th October to 30th November

Acting Dean, School of Education

2013, 29th April

Senior Lecturer of Education (Counselling Psychology)

2013, 14th Jan. – 5th April

Acting Dean, School of Theology, Education and Arts

2012, January

AG. Dean, School of Theology, Education and Arts

2011, 6th October- 21st – March 2016

Head of Department – Education

2011, 3rd January – 6th October

Dean, School of Theology, Education and Arts

2009, 1st October

Acting Dean, School of Theology, Education and Arts

2009 – to Date

Internal PhD Supervisor

2008, 8th October

Lecturer, Education Department

2008, 1st September

Examinations and Time Tabling Coordinator, School of Theology, Education and Arts

2007, 28th November

Asst. Lecturer and Departmental Examination and Time Tabling Coordinator in School of Theology, Education and Arts

2002, 20th August

Assistant Dean of Students

Year

Name of project

2019, 25th February

Member of Task Force for Revamping online Programmes

 

2018, 1st February

Member of University Institutional Research Ethics Committee

2016, 14th November

Master of Education (Guidance and Counselling) Project Supervisor

2016, 1st December

Academic Leader for Master of Education (Guidance and Counselling)

2016, 14th November

Member of Technical Sub-Committee of the Kabarak 7th Annual Research Conference

2016, 1st May – 30th April 2018

Member of Procurement and Disposal Committee – Kabarak University

2016, 7th June

Member of KABUO Management Committee

2016, 29th August

Member of Bachelor of Education (Arts) Curriculum Self-Assessment Committee

2016, 14th November

Member of Hospitality and Entertainment Sub-Committee

2016, 15th January

Member of Academic Quality Assurance Committee

 

2015, 22nd January

Member of the Kabarak University Intellectual Property Rights Committee (KABU-IPRC)

2014, 14th May

Member of Eldoret Town Campus Task Force

2014, 28th February

Member of Exhibition and Publicity Sub- Committee

 

2014, 10th January

Member of Planning Committee to host the Chancellor’s 90th Birthday

2012, 29th March

Member of Hospitality and Entertainment Sub-Committee

2011, 19th August

Member of Procurement/Tender Committee

2008, 13th October

Member of Student Mentoring Committee

2008 to Date

Member of Maintenance, Sitting/Pavilion and Decorations Sub Committee for Kabarak Graduation Ceremony

 

  1. Bett, G., Kiptiony, G. J., & Sirera, A. M. (2019). Role of Guidance and Counseling in Promoting Married Career Individuals’ Marital Relationship in Kericho County, Kenya. Journal Of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Vol.24, No.8, ser. 5 pp.01-09, August 2019 – Published by International Organization of Scientific Research ISSN: 2279-0845(  Print); ISSN: 2279-0837
  2. Bett, G., Kiptiony, G. J., & Sirera, A. M. (2017). Relationship between Demographic Characteristics and Marital Satisfaction for Career Couples in Kericho County, Kenya. Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Vol.22, No.12, pp.53-60, December 2017 – Published by International Organization of Scientific Research ISSN: 2279-0845(Print); ISSN: 2279-083

  3. Bett, G., Kiptiony, G. J., & Sirera, A. M. (2017). Effect of Gender Role Socialization on Career Couples’ Marital Satisfaction in Kericho County, Kenya. Journal of Developing Country Studies Vol.7, No.11, pp.38-46,2017 – Published by International Institute for Science, Technology & Education (www.iiste.org) ISSN: 2224-607X (Print); ISSN: 2225-0565

  4. Kiplangat, H. K. & Kiptiony, G. J. (2017). Effect of Gender and Age Disposition on Job Satisfaction in Universities in Rift Valley Region, Kenya. Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Vol.5, No.6, pp.6-16, July 2017 – Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK
  5. Kiplangat, H. K. & Kiptiony, G. J. (2017). Relationship between Category of University and Lecturers’ Job Satisfaction in Universities in Kenya. European Journal of Training and Development Studies. Vol.4 No. 3, pp. 34-41, August 2017 – Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK
  6. Kiplangat, H. K. & Kiptiony, G. J. (2017). Influence of Academics’ Designation and Experience on their Job Satisfaction in Universities in Rift Valley Region of Kenya. International Journal of Education and Multidisciplinary Studies – Published by Institute of Research Advances. ISSN 455 – 2526

  7. Kay, J. & Kiptiony, G. J. (2017). The Relationship between Existential Fulfilment and Job Burnout among Kenya Universities’ Professional Counsellors. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences. 7(1):73-92

  8. Wakoli, C., Kiptiony G., Chemwei B. & Chonge H. (2016). Peer Influence on aggressive Behaviour of adolescents in Secondary Schools in Bungoma County. International Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (IJAHSS) Vol. 1, Issue 3, October 2016.
  9. Wakoli, C., Kiptiony G., Chemwei B. (2016). Adolescents Family background and its influence on Aggressive behavior among adolescent Students in Secondary Schools in Bungoma County. Mara Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol 1. No. 7, October 2016, Pages 39-52. The African Research Publishing Hub.

  10. Githaiga D. N., Kiptiony G.J. & Ngumi O. (2016) Challenges of Primary Schools’ Guidance and Counselling Programme for the Hearing Impaired in Selected Counties of Kenya. Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 4(8A) 933-940. ISSN 2347-53374 (Online) ISSN 2347-9493 (Print)
  11. Omondi W. A., Kiptiony G. J. & Chemwei B. (2016) University Students’ Perception on the influence of Mass Media on Homosexuality Adoption in Universities in Rift Valley Region, Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research, Vol. 4 No 9 September 2016
  12. Omondi W. A., Kiptiony G. J. & Chemwei B. (2016) Perception of University Students on the Influence of Religious Affiliation on Homosexuality Adoption in Universities in Rift Valley Region, Kenya. International Journal of Scientific Research and innovative Technology. Vol. 3 No 9, September, 2016
  13. Kay, J., Kiptiony, G.J., & Awino, J.O. (2015). Influence of work engagement on burnout among Kenyan Universities Professional counselors. Scholar’s Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; 3(6b): 1178-1187

  14. Mukadi, E. B., Kiptiony G.J. & Sindabi A. M. (2015). Tugen Men and Women’s Perception on FGM in Relation to their Participation in Household and Community Socioeconomic Development Activities in Baringo County. Kabarak Journal of Research and Innovation (ISSN 2305-784X) Vol 3 No 1, 21-31

  15. Mukadi, E. B., Kiptiony G.J. & Kinzi, J. K (2014). Youths’ and Adults’ Level of awareness of effects of FGM on Girl-Child and Maternal Health Among the Tugen in Baringo County, Kenya. In Kenya Guidance, Counselling and Psychological Journal, Volume Four Number One. Egerton University Press.

  16. Kiptiony, G. J.,Kariuki, M. & Kathuri, N. (2012). Effects of Level of Education on Perceptions of Alternative Rite of Passage of the Marakwet of Kenya. Kabarak Journal of Research and Innovation, Vol. 1 No 1 October, 2012.
  17. Mukadi E.B, Kiptiony G.J. & Sindabi A.M. (2012). Factors Influencing the Persistence of FGM among Tugen women, a case of Baringo County,. In Kenya Guidance, Counselling and Psychological Journal, Volume Two number One. Egerton University
  18. Jerobon, G. J.,Kariuki, M. & Kathuri, N. (2011). Influence of Gender on the Marakwet of Kenya’s Perception on the Alternative Rite of Passage in fight against FGM. In Perspective on Selected Critical Gender Issues in Kenya and Beyond. (Eds) Khamasi W. J. Rutere A. M. & VanHaegendoren, M. Moi University Press, Moi University, Eldoret.
  19. Kiptiony, G. J.,Kariuki, M. & Kathuri, N. (2010). (Socio-Demographic Factors Influencing Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Alternative Rite of Passage (ARP) Practices of Marakwet in Kenya. In Organization for Social Research in Eastern and Southern Africa, Kenya Chapter, Research Papers Vol.1. no. 1. April 2010. (Eds) Opata, G. Shiundu j. & Ogola F. Published by Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa Kenya Chapter Pgs 74-88
  20. Kiptiony G.J. (2012)(Book) . Marakwet of Kenya’s Perceptions of the Alternative Rite of Passage: Factors Influencing Marakwet of Kenya’s Perceptions of the Alternative Rite of Passage and awareness of FGM Effects. Lambert Academic Publishing. Germany.

  21. Kiptiony, G.J., Kay J. & Somba A. (2017) (POSTER PRESENTATION) The Role of Student Evaluation in Improving the Quality of Teaching in Higher Education. Presented at the East African Higher Education Quality Assurance Forum held on 7th-12th May 2017 at the Masada Hotel, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.

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Guiding, Counselling & Mentoring

 

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Health Club Activities

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Reading & Landscaping

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Community Service & Travelling

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Quality time with family