Nagawa Mary Goretty

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Nagawa Goretty
Nagawa Goretty

Nagawa Goretty is a lecturer in the Department of Agriculture, Agribusiness, and EnvironmentFaculty of Agriculture, Environmental Sciences and Technology at Bishop Stuart University (BSU).

She is a Ph.D. Candidate at Nelson Mandela University and holds a Master of Science in Environmental Science, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, and a Bachelors Degree in Geography/Luganda from Makerere University

Goretty has been involved in lecturing and field internship supervision since 2010. Her areas of expertise are Lecturing and Leadership, Career Guidance and Interpersonal Relations.

  1. 2021 – Ph.D. (Geography) Candidate, Nelson Mandela University
  2. 2004 – Master of Science in Environmental Science, Makerere University
  3. 1994 – Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), Makerere University
  4. 1993 – Bachelors Degree in Geography/Luganda, Makerere University
Work Positions and Experience Workplace Date
Lecturer; Faculty of Agriculture, Environmental Sciences and Technology Bishop Stuart University 2010-to date
Lecturer, Nkozi NTC Mitala Maria Campus 2006-2008
Teacher (Geography & Luganda Language) Bombo S.S. S 1996-2006
Teacher (Geography) Progressive S.S.S 1994-1995
Date Title Type of Research/Journal name Publishing Company
2023 Diversity of the On-Farm Crop Dry Spell Adaptation Technologies in

Isingiro Town Council, Isingiro District, Uganda

African Journal of climate change and Resource Sustainability (Published 29/06/2023) ORCID ID: Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37284/ajccrs.2.1.1 275

East African Nature and Science  Organization (ENSO)
Contribution of Dry Spell Adaptation Technologies to Crop Productivity in Isingiro Town Council, Isingiro District, Uganda African Journal of Climate Change and Resource Sustainability (Published 1/6/2023) Article DOI: https://doi.org/10.37284/ajccrs.2.1.1 236 East African Nature and Science Organization (ENSO)
2021- 2022 Effect of land cover change on food access in Mount Elgon Slopes Accepted manuscript for publication Springer-Journal of Environment Monitoring and Assessment (EMA)
2018 Strengthening Conservation of Owl-Faced Monkeys (Cercopithecus Hamlyni) in the Albertine Rift Region (ARR) Vol. 3, No. 4, 2018, pp. 58-65.

doi: 10.11648/j.ijnrem.20180304.13

International Journal of Natural  Resource Ecology and Management.
2018 Community Perceptions towards the Implications of Human Activity on river Rwizi sustainability Published July 2018

Article Code: ISCA-IRJES-2017-029:

International Research Journal of Earth Sciences; International Science Community Association. Web: www.isca.in
2018 Land Use practices in the Rural and Urban Sub- Catchments of River Rwizi, Western Uganda; their effects on its Ecological Characteristics Journal of Energy and Environmental Science

2018; 3(2): 45-50

Article website: https://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/j/ijees

doi: 10.11648/j.ijees.20180302.11

Science Publishing Group

Published 2018

2017 An Assessment of the Impact of Human Activity on River Rwizi Conservation Baseline study Community Project Report
2012 The Perspective of Environmental Education: Significance of Awareness Levels Towards Conservation of Wetlands in Uganda Journal publication-Local publication Journal of Development Issues (BSU)
2004 Community Awareness and Attitudes Towards Wetland Conservation in Masaka District MSc (Environmental Science) Dissertation Makerere University