Dr Agnes Kamau 

Name: Dr. Agnes Wanjiku Kamau
Title/Qualification:
Doctor of Philosophy (Physical and Health Education) socio-Psychology of Sports
Department-: 
Recreation and Sports Management
Research Interests: Students participation in sports activities, Physical education and sports pedagogy, Competitive sports activities
Area of Specialization: Sports Psychology, Sports sociology, Legal and Ethical Issues in sports and Recreation, Sports Management
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Contact Address: P.O Box 43844-00100 Nairobi- Kenya
Position: Lecturer

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PUBLICATION

  • Influence of Participation in Competitive Co-Curricular Activities on Self-Concept of Secondary School Students in Kenya
  • International Journal of Sports Science
  • The effect of participation in competitive sports on school connectedness of secondary school students
  • African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance

Referred Journals

  • International Journal of Sports Science
  • African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance

Conference/Workshops/Seminar Papers

  • Conference Papers -Presented a paper on “Effects of participation in competitive sports on school connectedness of secondary school students”, During the Federation of African University Sports Pre-Games Scientific Conference held at the University of Nairobi, Kenya on 12th July 2014
  • African Sport Management Association Conference (ASMA) 2019 presented a paper on motives influencing student’s participation in Sports activities

Workshops Papers

  • World Under 18 Athletics Championship Pre-games international symposium10-11 July, 2017
  • American College of Sports Medicine International Team Physician course-October 16-18, 2017
  • IBRIC Conference at Kenyatta University. Paper on the influence of students’ participation in competitive sports on deviant behaviour.

RESEARCH

  • Agnes Wanjiku Kamau, 2021, Influence of competitive co-curricular activities on self-concept, deviantbehavior and academic performance among secondary school students in central region,  kenya
  • Agnes Wanjiku Kamau, 2015, the effect of participation in competitive

Seminars Attended

  • Research and Grant Writing Workshop 2019
  • Anti-doping workshop on 20th-february 2019
  • Mentorship Programme at Kenyatta University 2023