Prof. Stanley Ngome Mutsotso is an Associate Professor in the department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology at Kibabii University College. His area of specialization is Instructional Technology. Before joining Kibabii University College in 2012, he served as a faculty in the department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology between 2003 – 2012. He was appointed as Chairman of department of CIT in 2004 and served for 7 years. During this period, he pioneered the implementation of a Paradigm Shift in Teacher Education together with Prof. John O. Shiundu and Prof. Aggrey Mukasa Simiyu. He has served at KIBUCO as the first acting Dean of the Faculty of Education and Social Sciences from its inception in March 2012 to May 2014. As dean FESS, he laid the foundation for the faculty growth including: the recruitment of qualified faculty, establishment of the departments and development of new academic programmes. Since July 1st 2014, he was appointed as acting dean, school of graduate Studies the position he holds to date. Among the first tasks as dean SGS was to establish the school Board for efficient and effective coordination of the schools mandate.
Prof. Mutsotso has been active in research having undertaken several research projects externally funded. Between 2008 and 2010, he participated in the Commission for Higher Education (CHE) funded research project as Principal Investigator entitled “Rehabilitation of Water Projects, Sanitation and Education in Butsotso and Shirugu Locations of Kakamega District Kenya.” In 2011-2012, he participated in a Baseline survey on Adult and Non Formal Education in Kakamega District funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) for the African – Canadian Continuing Education Society (ACCES), Kakamega. The recommendations led to the establishment of four modern NFE schools in Kakamega funded by CIDA. He is currently actively involved in the Kakamega County council of elders where he serves in the technical committee as the secretary.
Book written by Prof. Mutsotso