SOLA-OYEWOLE Jaiyeola Aramide

SOLA-OYEWOLE Jaiyeola Aramide PhD

Senior Lecturer

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Dr Jaiyeola Aramide Oyewole is the Coordinator, Communication Arts Programme of Bowen University. She obtained B.A. and M.A. degrees in Communication Arts, M.ED in Social Welfare and Ph.D in Education with specialization in Communication Arts all from the prestigious University of Ibadan, Nigeria. An astute lecturer and researcher in Applied, Gender and Health Communications with teaching experience spanning one and half decade across three Programmes and Colleges.  She is also interested in interpersonal, group and organizational communications. She has attended many conferences and published locally and internationally. She is a reviewer and has supervised over a hundred undergraduates’ projects. Her scholarly and professional contributions have been documented as peer-reviewed journal articles, chapters-in-books, conference proceedings and edited books. She is a member of ACCE and IAMCR.




  • Ph.D (2017) Doctor of Philosophy -University of Ibadan
  • M.A (2002) Communication and Language Arts- University of Ibadan
  • M.ED (1999) Social Welfare – University of Ibadan d) B
  • B.A. (1994) Communication and Language Arts- University of Ibadan


  • Oyewole, J.A.(2010). Use of English and Communication Skills: An Introductory Text Ibadan, Eternal Love Publishers ISBN: 978-36498-2-5
  • Oyewole, J.A. (Eds). (2011). Seeing the Invisible. Ibadan Eternal love Publishers ISBN: 978-36498-4-1
  • Oyewole, J.A. (2017). Interplay between Communication, Education and Gender Security. In M.K.Akinsola, K.O.Ojokheta & J.A. Ademokoya (Eds)., Building a safer world through Education (Pp995-1012). Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan. ISBN 978-2860-74-3
  • · Oyewole, J.A. (2017). How Language Communicates. In O.G. Olutayo, T.A.Banji, B.O.Idowu-faith & K.A.Ayoola, (Eds) Use of English Manual for Universities and Colleges (Pp18-29)Department of English, Bowen University, Iwo. ISBN 978-078- 962-759-2
  • Oyewole, J.A. & Enwo-Irem, I.N.(2016) Development Communication: Panacea for Gender Violence Management in Developing Countries. In D.I. Ajaegbo & K.J. Ani (Eds) Communication and Contemporary Historical Developments in Nigeria: Essays in Honour of Elder Ngwuoke Ngwuoke. (Pp 371-387)De Joe Press, Abakaliki. ISBN 978-0704132
  • Oyewole, J.A. (2016) Development Communication Strategies as Predictors of Private Universities Development in Nigeria. In M.K.Akinsola, O.A Moronkola., J.A. Ademokoya &I.A. Salami (Eds).Revitalisation of Nigerian Educational System for Relevance and Development (Pp 260-268). Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan. ISBN 978-978-946-491-3
  • Oyewole, J. A. (2011) The Use of Interactive Media in Identity Construction by female undergraduates in a Nigerian University In E. Dunkels., G.M.,Franberg &C. Hallgren (Eds)Youth Culture and Net-Culture Online Social Practices.(Pp112-125) Information Science References (IGI Global) New York. ISBN 978-1-60960-209- 3(Hardcover) ISBN 978-1—60960-211-6(eBook
  • Sarumi, A.A; Olaniyi F.O; Aibinuomo F.O. & Oyewole, J.A.(2007) Adult and Non- Formal Education as a tool for Achieving Sustainable National Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Educational Issues 1(1) 165 – 191
  • Oyewole, J.A. (2008) Behavioural Change Communication in Breast Cancer Screening Campaign in Nigeria. International Journal of Continuing and Non-Formal Education 5:1 48-61. ISSN 0795-1389
  • Adetunji, A.T.,T.A Fadun, Adetunji, A.V., & Oyewole, J. A. (2018) Corporate Social Responsibility and Organisational Productivity Influence on Quality of Service Rendered by Rite Food Nigeria Limited. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies 5(9)
  • Adetunji, A.T., Oyekan, F.E., Oyewole, J.A.& Oluwoye, J.O. (2018) The Implication of Emotional Intelligence In The Paradigm Shift of Mainline Churches In Ogbomosho. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies 6(12)


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