Lecturer and Head of Department
Dr. Denis John Kamugisha is a lecturer and Head of Department of Public Service and Human Resources Management (PSHRM) at the School of Public Administration and Management (SOPAM), Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania. He holds a PhD in Public Administration, Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Bachelor of Arts (BA. hons) degrees from the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM). He also holds a number of certificates of attendance on capacity building programmes for a range of short courses and training. He has over 10 years’ experience teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and has been participating in curriculum and research agenda development. His research and teaching focuses on public Administration, Public Policy, Human Resources Management, Public Service Management, Strategic Management, Local Governance, Corporate Governance, Ethics, Service Delivery and Research. Other areas of his competence include Curriculum Development and Environmental Management. Further, he has successfully conducted research, consultancies, outreach activities, published book chapters and journal articles in area of public administration and management science.
Senior Lecturer and Dean of School
Dr. Eliza Mwakasangula is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management from the School of Public Administration and Management. He holds a PhD in Public Administration degree from Sokoine University of Agriculture, Master of Philosophy in Public Administration and Organization Theory degree from Bergen University- Norway and an Advanced Diploma in Public Administration (ADPA) from the former Institute of Development Management (now Mzumbe University).
Since 2002, she has been involving herself in teaching both undergraduate and post graduate students in areas related to Public Administration, Human Resource Management, Research Methods, Organization behavior, gender related subjects as well Public Policy and Governance. She has an accumulated experience in delivering and conducting consultancy in the areas mentioned above. Eliza has also been actively engaging with the community on matters related to education, development and women empowerment. Her PhD study focused on Community Participation in Addressing Secondary School Dropouts in Coast Region. She is an academic supervisor, mentor and coach in Public Administration and Public Policy Disciplines. She has attended and participated in international conferences and managed to publish 1 book chapter, 4 scientific articles in international reputable and peer reviewed journals and more than 7 scientific articles published in journals in Tanzania.
She has held different positions in both administration and Academic at the University including Head of Department of Students Welfare from 2013-2016, acted as a Director of Human Resources and Management from 2016-2017, member of Mzumbe University Campus College Boards, Secretariat Member and a Secretary of the Committee of Vice Chancellors and Principals of Public Universities in Tanzania (CVCPUT) among others, and has acted in the position of the Dean of the School from 2018 to April, 2020 and currently she is the substantive Dean of the school.
Senior Lecturer and Director of the Directorate of Research Publications and Postgraduate Studies (DRPS)
Dr. Stella Malangalila Kinemo is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management. She holds a PhD in Public Administration degree from the Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania) awarded in 2009, Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the Mzumbe University (the then Institute of Development Management), awarded in 1993 and an Advanced Diploma in Public Administration (ADPA) from the Institute of Development Management awarded in 1987. She has more than 26 years professional experience in training, research and consultancy in the following areas: Public Policy, Leadership and Management, Public Administration, Public policy, Local Government, Human Resource Management, Gender Analysis and Organizational Behavior. She has published and written original research papers focusing on the Participation of Women in Rural Water Supply. Community Participation in Primary Education. Decentralisation by Devolution, Administrative Decentralization, Water User’s Conflicts in Irrigation Schemes, e-participation, gender based violence in schools, Decentralization of Human resource Management in Tanzania and relationship between national and urban local government and its influence on delivery of social services. She has vast experience in supervising academic international collaborations which she did with The Netherlands Initiative for Capacity Development in Higher Education (NICHE) and
University of California, San Francisco. She has been training short courses, undergraduate and postgraduate students.
She is the former Dean of the School of Public Administration in Management (2012 to 2017), Head of Department of Postgraduate Studies (2008-2012), and Head of Department of Field Studies (2003-2008) at Mzumbe University.
She is currently the Director of the Directorate of Research Publications and Postgraduate Studies (DRPS), Mzumbe University.
Lecturer and PhD Program Coordinator
Dr Wilfred Lameck is a Lecturer and a PhD Program Coordinator in the school of Public Administration and Management of Mzumbe University. He holds a PhD in Decentralization and the Quality of Public Service Delivery in Tanzania from Vrije University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, a Master’s of Science in Urban Management and Development from Erasmus University of Rotterdam, the Netherlands and a Bachelor of Public Administration from Mzumbe University. Apart from teaching, Dr Lameck has been supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in the school of Public Administration and Management of Mzumbe University and he has been conducting various research and consultancy activities in the areas of Public Administration and management sciences. In addition, Dr Lameck is a member of Tanzania National Urbanization Laboratory.
Orest Masue is a Lecturer of Public Administration and Management at the School of Public Administration and Management of Mzumbe University in Tanzania. He holds a Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) degree from Mzumbe University attained in 2006, an M.Phil in Public Administration from the University of Bergen attained in 2010; and a PhD in Public Administration from the University of Bergen attained in 2014. Dr. Masue’s areas of teaching, researchand consultancyinclude but not limited to Public Policy, Governance, Local Empowerment and Organization Theory. Most of his publications can be accessed through the link https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=kXPfdKYAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=aoin the Google Scholar data base.
Dr. Ndikumana David Emmanuel is a Senior Lecturer at Mzumbe University. He is in the Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management under the School of Public Administration and Management (SOPAM). He attained a PhD in International Management degree from the University of Agder , Norway in 2018. He holds a Master of Science (MSc.) in Human Resource Management from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom in 1996, a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom in 1995, an Advanced Diploma in Public Administration from the then Institute of Development Management (IDM) Mzumbe, Tanzania in 1990, and a Diploma in Education from Dar es Salaam College of Education, Tanzania in 1987. He has been teaching national and international Human Resource Management study programmes offered by Mzumbe University. He has 14 years experience in the management of donor funded projects at Mzumbe University. These include TAN 058 Project (NORAD) from 1997 to 2006 and NICHE TZA 073 (The Netherlands) from 2011 to 2015. His research interest includes role of Diaspora in Developing Countries, Harnessing the potential of the youth towards industrialization drive in Tanzania, Cross Cultural Management, Knowledge transfer in Multinational Corporations in Developing Countries and the applicability of Western Management theories in Developing and Emerging Markets.
Montanus C. Milanzi is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management. He holds a PhD in Management Science degree from the University of Lincoln (United Kingdom) earned in 2004, Master of Arts in Human Resource Management degree from the University of Hull (United Kingdom) in 1993 and an Advanced Diploma in Public Administration (ADPA) from the former Institute of Development Management, Mzumbe (Tanzania) earned in 1989.
He has accumulated a wide experience of 30 years in delivering training, (long and short courses), research and management consultancy services in the areas of management science, public administration, human resource management and organisation studies. He has also acquired some relatively adequate range of skills in training the undergraduate and post-graduate students. In addition, he has the pedagogical; cum soft skills transpired to short courses participants and community members doting training and consultancy services interventions. He is an academic supervisor, mentor and coach in management science disciplines, and he regularly undertakes students’ consultations as part of his job. He has attended and participated in more than 20 international conferences held in Tanzania and abroad. He has published 4 book chapters, 13 scientific articles in international reputable and peer reviewed journals and more than 7 scientific articles published in journals in Tanzania. He has several newsletter publications in MU Convocation, and Procurement and Supply Journal. Furthermore, he has 4 unpublished case studies and 3 unpublished handbooks that support the training interventions.
He also served as the head of department (in 2002) and the dean (2003 to 2007) of the Faculty of Public Administration and Management (FPAM) now the School of Public Administration and Management.
Lecturer and HoD-Support Services in the Directorate of Quality Assurance.
Dr Cliford J. Ringo is a Lecturer in the Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management. He studied Advance Diploma in Public Administration (ADPA) at Mzumbe University by then the Institute of Development Management (IDM) Mzumbe. He later obtained his Master degree in Public Administration from Mzumbe University in 2006. Ringo joined Mzumbe University in 2008 as Assistant Lecturer and later promoted to a rank of lecturer in 2012. In 2018 he was awarded PhD (Public Administration) from the University of Botswana. Ringo has vast experience in teaching, research and consultancy services. Moreover, he has published several articles in the peer reviewed local and international journals. His main research focus is Governance (both in national, sub-national and corporate levels), Leadership, public policy, citizenship and administrative innovations. He has supervised over twenty five (25) postgraduate students and over fifty (50) undergraduate students in dissertation writing. Currently he is the Head of Department of Support Services in the Directorate of Quality Assurance.
Lecturer and Acting Head of CEPOLE.
Is a Lecturer and Acting Head for the Center of Policy and Leadership (CEPOLE) at Mzumbe University. She holds a PhD in Public Administration degree from Mzumbe University and Mphil. in Public Administration and Organisation Theory degree from University of Bergen, Norway. Apart from teaching, Saida has been a research supervisor for postgraduate and undergraduate students at Mzumbe University and engaged several research and consultancy activities throughout her employment period. She has also been a trainer in public administration and governance, particularly in issues relating to public policy institutions, organisational behaviour, team management and conflicts management in public, private and third sector institutions. Saida has authored and co-authored articles in national and international peer reviewed journals in areas of Public Policy and Institutions.
Ms. Zuena Is a Lecturer from the department of Human Resources and Public Service in the School of Public Administration and Management, Mzumbe University. She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from Mzumbe University and an advanced diploma in Public Administration from the Institute of Development Management (Now Mzumbe University. Apart from teaching, Zuena has been a research supervisor for postgraduate and undergraduate students at Mzumbe University and engaged in some research and consultancy activities throughout her employment period. She has also been a trainer in public administration and governance, particularly in issues relating to public policy institutions, organisation behaviour, team management and conflicts management in public, private and third sector institutions.
Dr. Venance Shillingi (PhD) is a Lecturer and Strategic Management consultant at Mzumbe University in the department of Public Service and Human Resource Management. He holds a PhD in Business Administration degree (Strategic Management) from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Nairobi Kenya, MBA (corporate Management) degree and Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) degree both from Mzumbe University, Tanzania. He has published widely in areas of strategic management, conflict management, and quality service delivery in health sector. Dr. Shillingi has over 12 years of lecturing, conducting research and consultancy projects. He has also trained broadly in areas of strategy, strategic management, Strategic leadership, performance management, governance & leadership, customers service for business success, change management, business ethics, effective business communication, conflict management, team building, human resource management and other related general management courses. He has also consulted extensively in formulation and review of strategic plans (more than 10 organisations in the public sector), business plans, client service charter, Training Needs Assessments (TNA), and other performance tools in private and public sector such as client service charter. In term of research, he has supervised more than 70 master’s students and more than 100 undergraduate students.
Christopher Makindi Nyaruba holds Master of science in Urban Governance from IHS, EUR, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2007-2008) and Bachelor of Public Administration in Public Sector Administration from Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania (2002-2005). He has over ten years’ experience as a Lecturer, Researcher and Consultant in the fields of Public Administration and Management Science specializing in Public Management and HIV and AIDS Health Strengthening Systems. He has been engaged in a number of consultancy activities related to Local Governance, Human Resources for Health, HIV and AIDS Non-Medical Monitoring and Evaluation (systems) and Community Development. Mr. Nyaruba has been involved in evaluating, developing and costing various institutional Strategic Plans, Guidelines, Training Programmes and conducting institutional needs assessment and developing institutional Comprehensive Capacity Building Plans. He has authored in Local Governance and Public Administration. He enjoys teaching Organizational Behaviour, Strategic Management, Strategic Negotiation and Monitoring and Evaluation (both undergraduate and graduate programmes).
Aloyce Gervas is an Assistant-Lecturer from the School of Public Administration and Management, Mzumbe University in areas of International Management, International HR, Strategy, Public Administration and Social Protection. As a member of faculty, he teaches, conducts researches and consultancies in those areas. He has served in Mzumbe University in wide range of capacities such as the Executive Assistant to the Vice Chancellor and Head of the Vice Chancellor’s Office, Head of International Office, Alumni Networking Coordinator, Secretary to the Committee of Vice Chancellors, Principals and Provosts of Public and Private Universities and University Colleges in Tanzania (CVCPT), Secretariat member of the Committee of Vice Chancellor’s and Principals of Public Universities, (CVCPUT), member (ex-officio) of the Campus Colleges Board- International Affairs, among others.
He is a Mandela Washington Fellow (2015), Washington DC, a Presidential Fellowship from President Obamas’ Young African Leaders Initiative Flagship Program (YALI), and a recipient of Leadership award in Public Management from Florida International University, Miami, (2015). He is also a DFC (Danida Fellowship) Fellow (2017), a recipient of grand scholarship for PhD studies and fellowship programs in Denmark.
He holds a Bachelor of Public Administration (Human Resources Management) degree from Mzumbe University, a Master of Science in International Management degree from the University of Nottingham, and Executive Education Trainer Certificate from the University of Nottingham, Ningbo China Campus. Currently he is a PhD Student at Mzumbe University in partnership agreement with Roskilde University in Denmark, conducting a study on Health and Safety Management of Informal Construction Workers on construction sites in Tanzania.
Kelvin M Mwita is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Public Services and Human Resource Management. He lectures and conducts research supervision to both undergraduate and postgraduate students of which his research areas include green human resource management, graduate employability and organizational leadership. Mwita has more than six years of professional and teaching experience. He has also authored more than 10 publications published in local and international journals. Mwita holds a Bachelor and Master of Human Resource Management degrees both from Mzumbe University. He is currently pursing Ph.D in Human Resource Management at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya. He is an experienced corporate trainer of Human Resource Management and other management related issues.
Peter Teleli Andrea is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Public Service and Human Resources Management at Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania. He holds a Bachelor of Public Administration in Human Resources Management from Mzumbe University, and a Master of Public Administration in Human Resources Management from University of Botswana, Gaborone-Botswana. He has 9 years of working experience as a trainer, researcher and consultant in the areas of Public Administration, Ethics, Performance Management, Human Resources Development, Human Resources Planning and Industrial and Labour Relations.
Mwahija Mohamed Kisoma is a Tutorial Assistant and Researcher in the Department of Public Services and Human Resources Management at Mzumbe University, Morogoro Tanzania. She holds a Bachelor of Public administration in Records and Archives Management from Mzumbe University. She has 3 years working experience, 1 year as tutorial Assistant at Tanzania Public Service College, Tabora Campus and over 1 year experience as tutorial Assistant at Mzumbe University assisting in Research, Training and Consultancy to Public and Private Institutions a. Her current interest is in building competence, personal and professional development focusing on Public Administration,Information Management and Preservation of Records and Archives.
Dominicus Dominikus Nyoni is a Tutorial Assistant in the department of Public Service and Human Resource Management. He has a Bachelor degree of Public Administration in Records and Archives Management from Mzumbe University. He has 4 years of working experience as a practitioner of records and archives management at Tanzania Revenue Authority and over one year experience of working as a Tutorial Assistant at Mzumbe University assisting in training, research and consultancies in various Public and Private Institutions. His areas of expertise include Records and Archives Management, Public Administration, Human Resource Management, Governance and Leadership.
Lusubilo Saiba is the Tutorial Assistant at the Department of Public Service and Human Resource Management Mzumbe University. He obtained his Bachelor Degree of Public Administration in Records and Archives Management at Mzumbe University in 2015. He has more than four years’ Professional Experience in assisting students in Records and Archives Management.