September 18 to September 29, 2023 | University of Calabar
Inyang, Juliet is a co-founder of Academic Hive and an academic staff at the Department of Marketing, University of Calabar. Her research interest is in the areas of consumer culture, service innovation, process improvement, higher education, digital transformations and sustainable development. Specifically, she is interested in combining computational, quantitative and qualitative methods to unravel key insights about human behaviour in society. Juliet participated in the 2022 SICSS-Paris location.
Grace Ihejiamaizu is a co-founder of Academic Hive and an academic staff (Lecturer II) at UNICAL. She is currently undertaking her PhD in North America. Her research interest is in improving the lives of women social entrepreneurs in Nigeria through employability, entrepreneurship and digital skills.
John is a postgraduate student and early-career faculty at the Department of Economics, University of Calabar. He is a researcher and project manager with a keen interest in health economics, development economics and public sector economics research.
Augustine is an avid researcher who loves to use computational tools to investigate the WHY, WHEN, WHERE and HOW of events, patterns and systems represented by numbers and other data structures. He is a postgraduate student in the department of Computer Science and his research area is in Data Science/Machine Learning. His research spans climate-related issues, fraud and risk prediction in insurance, expert systems and distributed databases. Augustine participated in the 2022 SICSS-Covenant location.
Bassey Igri Okon is a Professor of Animal Science (specialization- Animal Production) and currently the Director of Research and Development at the University of Calabar. Bassey takes pleasure in guiding and facilitating trainings and group activities of young academics and researchers at the University of Calabar.
Joe Duke is a Professor of Business Management and the Dean, Faculty of Management Sciences at the University of Calabar. His expertise is in Human Capital development and HRM practices.
Mbe Nja is a Professor of Mathematical Statistics; Director, Open and Distance Learning Centre, and former Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence all in the University of Calabar. His interest is in Experimental Design (Generalized Linear Models) and his proficiency is in Algorithm development using R, MATLAB and SPSS. He is also a Fellow, Royal Statistical Society (London).