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Olamide Samuel, The First African PhD Holder In National Security At 25 Years Olamide Samuel, The First African PhD Holder In National Security At 25 Years

Nigerian man, Dr. Olamide Samuel, who is just 25 years old has broken a new record as the first African Ph.D Holder In National Security strategy. The 25 year old PH.D Holder is based in the UK where he studied and graduated at University of Birmingham, UK. He wrote celebratong his success; “Aii,

100 Women: Your ideas on tackling female illiteracy

As part of this year's 100 Women Challenge, you have been sharing your ideas on how to tackle female illiteracy globally. This week, Tunisian children's book author and former 100 Women list entry Samar Samir Mezghanni has picked some of your suggestion to feature. "What struck me the most about these ideas

Africa.com CEO Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

The Nigeria Higher Education Foundation (NHEF) honored Teresa H. Clarke with the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. The Nigeria Higher Education Foundation(NHEF), a non-profit foundation dedicated to enhancing the quality of higher education within Nigeria, is presenting the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award to Teresa H. Clarke, C.E.O. of Africa.com. This prestigious Lifetime

‘Inspirational’ Bath College student shortlisted for national achievement award

Rachelle

Rachelle, who has just finished studying at Bath College, has been shortlisted in the adult student category for the Association of College’s Student of the Year Awards. The 22-year-old studied on the college’s Access to Higher Education programme, before securing a place to study social work and applied studies at the University of Bath. She

Churchill Academy’s outstanding pupils honoured at awards ceremony

Churchill Academy

Top-achieving students from Churchill Academy were lauded for their academic efforts at the school’s presentation evening. Among the winners were Tuanxi Arlotte, who won the maths prize, while Ed Thurlow and George Rabin shared the science award. Callum Smith took home the Barry Wratten Prize for Resilience, and Alice Vaughn won the

Primary school learning resources win Educational Publishing Award

Primary connections

The Australian Academy of Science’s innovative approach to primary school science education has been recognised with a win at the Australian Publishers Association (APA)‘s 2017 Educational Publishing Awards. The winners were announced at a ceremony at the Arts Centre in Melbourne last night. The Academy’s Primary Connections team took out the award category Primary: Student

First Black Teen Author Ever to Write 3 Books Being Used By School Districts Across the Country as Part of Their Teaching Curriculum

15-year old Essynce Moore is the only African American teen author that has written three books that are mandatory readings for several school district curriculums including Hillside, NJ School District; Brooklyn, NY Charter School(s); and Orange, NJ School District. Her books are a part of a series that she created

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