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PHD Research Paper Writing Workshop

PHD RESEARCH PAPER WRITING WORKSHOP

As part of the University’s effort to encourage and support students who are at the writing stage of their theses and want to get papers published in Journals listed in ISI Web of Science [Thomson Reuters) and Scopus, the School of Postgraduate Studies of University of Nigeria, in collaboration with the Demography and Population StudiesProgramme, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, will be organizing a three-day writing workshop for  PhD students at the writing stage of their theses.

During the workshop, PhD students, who are writing up their theses or would want to extract papers from their theses, will focus exclusively on writing skills and publication processes. Experienced discipline-based facilitators will be available to guide the students and review write-ups to be produced by the student participants.

Date and Venue: October 12-14, 2017; Venue: UNN Main Campus

Date and Venue: October 18-20, 2017; Venue: UNN Enugu Campus

Potential Outcomes: Completion of PhD Thesis; Translating PhD theses to publishable manuscripts; preparing for Special Journal Volumes and Publishing of completed manuscripts in credible Journals.

If you have a draft manuscript, please forward it to:chukwuedozie.ajaero@unn.edu.ng on or before Monday 9th October 2017. The manuscripts will be sorted out by Faculties.

Please note this Workshop will be intensive and can only accommodate early career researchers and students with draft manuscripts.

For further enquiries about the workshop, contact chukwuedozie.ajaero@unn.edu.ng

Signed

Dean,School of Postgraduate School

 

 

 

PHD RESEARCH PAPER WRITING WORKSHOP

As part of the University’s effort to encourage and support students who are at the writing stage of their theses and want to get papers published in Journals listed in ISI Web of Science [Thomson Reuters) and Scopus, the School of Postgraduate Studies of University of Nigeria, in collaboration with the Demography and Population StudiesProgramme, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, will be organizing a three-day writing workshop for  PhD students at the writing stage of their theses.

During the workshop, PhD students, who are writing up their theses or would want to extract papers from their theses, will focus exclusively on writing skills and publication processes. Experienced discipline-based facilitators will be available to guide the students and review write-ups to be produced by the student participants.

Date and Venue: October 12-14, 2017; Venue: UNN Main Campus

Date and Venue: October 18-20, 2017; Venue: UNN Enugu Campus

Potential Outcomes: Completion of PhD Thesis; Translating PhD theses to publishable manuscripts; preparing for Special Journal Volumes and Publishing of completed manuscripts in credible Journals.

If you have a draft manuscript, please forward it to:chukwuedozie.ajaero@unn.edu.ng on or before Monday 9th October 2017. The manuscripts will be sorted out by Faculties.

Please note this Workshop will be intensive and can only accommodate early career researchers and students with draft manuscripts.

For further enquiries about the workshop, contact chukwuedozie.ajaero@unn.edu.ng

Signed

Dean,School of Postgraduate School


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Dignity of Man DEBATE – 57th Founders’ Day Celebration

DIGNITY OF MAN DEBATE–57th Founders’ Day Celebration

 

Dignity of Man Debate is an annual Debate Championship in commemoration of the University of Nigeria Founders’ Day. The Debate is based on the British Parliamentary system. It is aimed at promoting critical thinking, advocacy and public speaking skills among our students.

 

Applications are hereby invited from students of the University of Nigeria who may wish to participate in the Debate scheduled to hold on October 4, 2017.

 

In line with the British Parliamentary Debate System, applicants are expected to:

 

  1. Constitute themselves into teams, and apply as such.
  2. Each team shall comprise two persons.
  3. The Department and phone numbers of team members should be indicated.

 

Entries for the debate are to be sent to onochie.agudosi@unn.edu.ng before Monday, 18th September, 2017.

 

 

Best regards.


WARMREG Inception Workshop Success Story

WARMREG Inception Workshop Success Story

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The Waste & Resource Management Research Group (WARMREG), University of Nigeria Nsukka held its inception workshop on 2nd August, 2017 at Sam-Sam Jaja Conference Room, Department of Public Administration and Local Government (PALG), UNN.

The event was chaired by the Head of Department of Geography in the person of Professor Phil Phil-Eze, who also inaugurated the Research Group on behalf of Prof. Obinna Onwujekwe, Chairman of Senate Research Grants Committee, UNN.

A total of six (6) papers were presented by members of the group. See titles below:

  1. Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis – Dr Yemi Adewoyin
  2. Stakeholder Engagement and Policy – Dr. Chidi Nzeadibe
  3. Introduction to Statistical Analysis – Dr Chukwuedozie Ajaero
  4. Altmetrics and Citation Analysis in Waste Management – Helen N. Okpala
  5. Mixed Methods Research: Design and Procedure: Dr. Chidi Nzeadibe
  6. Questionnaire Design – Dr. Chukwuedozie Ajaero

To view more pictures, follow this LINK

Signed: Helen N. Okpala (WARMREG Environmental Information Specialist)

 For: Dr. Chidi Nzeadibe (Research Group Coordinator)


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University of Nigeria Study Group on African Literature

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University of Nigeria Study Group on African Literature  

Dear all

Symposium to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Death of Christopher Okigbo at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka on 10 August 2017

The University of Nigeria Study Group on African Literature, an accredited UNN research group will hold a symposium in memory of the Nigerian poet, Christopher Okigbo, who worked briefly in the University of Nigeria before he was killed in battle at the early stages of the Nigerian Civil War. This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of this tragic event.

With due regret for the late issuance of this notice, the University of Nigeria Study Group on African Literature cordially invites you to the Symposium marking the sad anniversary.

The lead paper will be given by Nathan Suhr-Sytsma, Assistant Professor of English and Core Faculty Member, Institute of African Studies/Irish Studies at Emory University, Atlanta Georgia, who recently published a major work on Okigbo, entitled Poetry, Print, and the Making of Postcolonial Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2017).

Date: 10 August 2017

Commencement: 10.00am

Venue: Niger Room, Continuing Education Centre (CEC), UNN

 

We look forward to seeing you at the event, and wishing you the choicest of blessings,

Rev. Fr Professor A.N. Akwanya, FNAL

Coordinator, University of Nigeria Study Group on African Literature