The inaugural training of the African Early-Career Researchers’ Academy will be led by Professor Nnamdi Madichie of the University of Kigali. Professor Nnamdi will lead members of the Academy and other interested members of the public through the process of completing a PhD in Africa, according to the Steering Committee. Professor Nnamdi will talk about his time as a PhD student and as a supervisor of numerous doctoral candidates in Africa.
Professor Nnamdi Madichie is currently Coordinator of the Centre for Economic Governance and Leadership at the University of Kigali, Rwanda. Professor Madichie is a Research Fellow at the Bloomsbury Institute London, and also visiting professor at both the University of Nnamdi Azikiwe Business School of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University and Coal City University Enugu in Nigeria. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (England & Wales), Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (FCIM), and Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI). Professor Madichie’s research interests lie at the intersection of Marketing & Entrepreneurship with a focus on Africa and the Global South. He is the author of “The case for making doctoral supervision collaborative” published in the University World News.
He has been cited 1,800 times in reputable journals and books. According to Google Scholar, this figure was recorded from 209 journal articles and chapters in books published by the erudite scholar in the last few years. Corporate social responsibility activity reportage on bank websites in Ghana, a journal article co-authored by other scholars, has been cited 173 times and is his most cited publication in recent years, according to our research.
Participants are enjoined to join the programme via http://him.us/j/84162475892?pwd=OVNXSGFLY0oxci9SMFp0d1B2VWgwUT09