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Dr Olivette Otele Is The First Black Female Professor Of history In The United Kingdom

Dr Olivette Otele Is The First Black Female Professor Of history In The United Kingdom

Cameroon-born academic Dr Olivette Otele became the first black woman professor of history in the UK, at Bath Spa University. She specialises in collective memory and geopolitics, particularly as related to the colonial histories of Britain and France. It is hard to believe that a place as “advanced” as the United Kingdom has never had […]

UI Rejects JAMB’s 120 Admission Cut-Off Mark

UI Rejects JAMB’s 120 Admission Cut-Off Mark

The management of the University of Ibadan (UI) has condemned and rejected the new Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) cut off marks for universities admission for 2017/2018 academic calendar. The university management’s position was contained in school’s statement entitled: “On the Recently Announced cut off Marks of 120 for University Admission: our position in […]

Employ Women Or Face Sanctions

Employ Women Or Face Sanctions

Campuses are too remote. Women are off having babies. There are few jobs for husbands and partners. These are some of the excuses that the Commission for Gender Equality has heard from South Africa’s university management to explain why the number of female academics in the country continues to lag so far behind that of […]

Benue’s School Wins Best College Award

Benue’s School Wins Best College Award

Princess Adeja Internation­al College, Gboko, Benue State, has won the best sec­ondary school in Nigeria award for the fourth consecutive time. Receiving the recent award, which was won during the just concluded Annual Model Unit­ed States Conference, held in Abuja, Governor Samuel Ortom restated the resolve of his ad­ministration to partner with the private sector […]