FAITH OSASUMWEN Oviasogie, MISS
Revolution, Development, Gender, Environmental issues
Awards & Honours
Research Grant for M.Sc Thesis Awarded by Covenant University Ota, Nigeria, 2011.
Bauchi State Government Recognition for contributing in Community Development Service (CDS) as a Corp Member, Batch C, 2009/2010.
Second Best Graduating Student, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria. 2008/2009.
Political Economy, Laws of Armed Conflicts
2. 22nd Conference of Nigerian Society of International Affairs (NSIA) Conference,on contemporary challenges in Nigeria, Africa and the world, 3rd -5th April, 2012.
3. AVH Kolleg Conference 2011, on Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Cultural and Techno-environmental responses in West Africa, October 11-15, 2011.
Summary of Profile
Faith is currently an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Relations Covenant University. She started teaching and research work in the university system in 2009 with research focus on revolution, development, gender and environmental issues.
She got a grant for M.Sc project writing from Covenant University in 2011. In addition, she has participated in some conferences within Nigeria. Some of the most recent one include: AVH Kolleg Conference 2011, University of Ibadan Conference Centre on Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Cultural and Techno-environmental responses in West Africa, October 11-15, 2011 and the 22nd Conference of Nigerian Society of International Affairs (NSIA) Conference, Lead City University, Ibadan on contemporary challenges in Nigeria, Africa and the world, 3rd -5th April, 2012.
She has a thirst for knowledge and her thirst for knowledge and desires to make meaningful contribution to scholarship has been instrumental in her publication in reputable journals and books. She has reading, travelling and meeting people. She is single.
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