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How To Cold Email A Professor

Cold email is a channel that drives effective communication and generate new relationship between Students and their Supervisors.

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How To Find A Researchable Topic

Writing good research is not all about picking a topic, paraphrasing it, and submitting it to get a score. Good research depends on careful selection of an eye-catching topic, diligence to execute it to reach a new conclusion, and also to give answers to pending questions. Searching for a topic that is relevant, interesting, and […]

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Who Says You Don’t Have Experience? That’s A Lie!

Over the weekend, I had this conversation about what to include in one’s CV especially for those who just completed a BSc with very little or no formal working experience. Even if you apply for a Master’s degree program right after graduation at the age of 20, you will still be asked for a CV. […]

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Call for Papers: Prof. Etuk’s Festschrift

Paper Submissions are welcome for a Festschrift in Honour of one of the Pioneer Marketing Icons in Africa, Prof. Efiong J. Etuk. Prof. Etuk was the founding father of the Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Calabar, Nigeria and his academic interests cover diverse areas of Management Sciences. All the Departments under the Faculty (Accounting, […]

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Call for Concept Notes: TETFund NRF 2020 Grants Cycle

The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) invites the Nigerian Research Community to submit concept notes for the 2020 National Research Fund (NRF) grants. Unlike previous calls, the Call for Proposals is now in two stages: first, the submission of a Concept Note that briefly describes the research project idea or concept; secondly, submission of the […]

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AH Lecture Series IV: Guide to Getting Published (Part 1)

Very often, students spend a lot of time, efforts and resources to undertake academic research. Such researches could be for degree, assignment or other purposes. Now here is the big question: What happens after your research has been graded? The research may end up on library shelves or may be accessible to the global research […]

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New COVID-19 Database for Preclinical Therapies (Call for Publication)

  The Academy of Medical Sciences (AMS) is asking researchers from across academia and industry to submit projects to the new COVID 19 database through a short optional survey and will publish the results through their new open-access database. AMS aims to provide a comprehensive overview of research into developing novel therapeutic targets, new molecular […]

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DAAD Development-Related Postgraduate Scholarship 2020/2021

Graduates from developed and newly industrialised countries are invited to apply for the German Academy Exchange Service (DAAD) development-related postgraduate scholarship. DAAD promotes the training of specialists from development and newly industrialised countries. Well-trained local experts, who are networked with international partners, play an important part in the sustainable development of their countries. They are […]

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Writing Statement of Problems (SOP) in Research: The Doctor-Patient Analogy

Welcome AH Fam, It’s about that time of the year again when graduate students in Africa are deep into their research writing. Be it a student paper, project, thesis or dissertation, your meaningful and interesting research must be based on a clearly identified problem. In most graduate research, this is called “Statement of Problem”. A […]

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Birmingham Business School Doctoral Scholarships 2020/2021 Academic Year

Birmingham Business School is pleased to announce a series of full-time PhD scholarships commencing in the 2020-21 academic year. These are focused on the School’s three core research themes: responsible business; work inclusivity; and regional economic development. Birmingham Business School is renowned for its research contributing to academic debates worldwide. As a research student at Birmingham […]

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