African – British Journals is pleased to announce the winners of its August 2018 Best Review Paper Award.
The awards spotlight extraordinary and outstanding research article. The Award is designed to recognize and encourage outstanding papers and authors.
Below, we proudly present the recipients of the August 2018 Best Review Paper Award.
Harley Tega Williams & Akinola Abisola Titilayo (2018). “The Impact Of Capital Flows On Financial System Stability In Nigeria“. African Journal of Accounting and Financial Research, Vol.1, No.1, pp.1-8, 2018.
Umar Bala (2018). “Exchange Rate and Inflation Dynamics: Disaggregate Consumer Prices“. African Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Vol.1, No.1, pp.13-32, 2018.
Umar Bala, was born on 3rd August 1981 he is a lecturer at the department of economics Bauchi State University, Gadau Nigeria. He received his primary education at Bakari Dukku primary school Bauchi and Secondary School at GDSS Bauchi. He is a graduate of Bsc Ed. Economics at University of Maiduguri. Furthermore, he obtained a Masters and PhD at University Putra Malaysia (UPM). His research interests are Petroleum Economics, International Trade and Finance and Economics Development
Tinni Dutta (2018). “Cognition and Behaviour: An Indian Perspective“. British Journal of Education, Learning and Development Psychology, Vol.1, No.1, pp.25-28, 2018.
Dr. Tinni Dutta, famous educationist and prolific writer engage in teaching in Asutosh College, University of Calcutta, India. Her area of specialization in Literature and Psychoanalysis, Drug Addiction and HIV/AIDS and on different forms of psychotherapy. She has visited USA, UK, France, Germany, Switzerland and different parts of Asia in her professional capacity. She is recipient of various awards and accolades nationally and Internationally.
Charles I. Abramson & Philip Kitching (2018). “The Importance of Comparative Psychology to Africa: Some Reflections and Sources“. African Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research, Vol.1, No.1, pp.57-73, 2018.
Dr. Charles Abramson, is a comparative psychologist at Oklahoma State University with over 30 years of experience. He is the author of over 260 publications and 20 books/special issue editor. Abramson investigates a wide range of both applied and theoretical problems and has worked with over 20 species ranging from “ants to elephants to humans.” He has been recognized for his research and educational contributions at the state, national, and international levels. He is a member of both the Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame and the Oklahoma Higher Education hall of Fame.
Dr Philip Kitching, is an Academic Development Specialist at Nelson Mandela University with over 10 years of experience. He is new to the field of comparative psychology and this is his first publication. Kitching is in process of establishing the field of comparative psychology at Nelson Mandela University.
Agwuma B. N, Ochogba C.O & Agwuma C.U (2018). “Determinants of Mathematics Student’s Academic Achievement in Junior Secondary Schools in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area, Rivers State“. African Journal of Mathematics and Statistics Studies, Vol.1, No.1, pp.1-9, 2018.
Mr. Agwuma Brightwell Ngozi, hails from Okwuzi in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State. He had his secondary education at Sancta Maria High School Omoku and proceeded to the Rivers State University of Science and Technology now Rivers State University where he obtained his first degree in mathematics/computer science (BSc), then later proceeded to the faculty of education where he obtained Pgde and is currently running his masters degree in science education (mathematics option) in Rivers State University Port Harcourt.
Mr. Ochogba Chukwumela Obulor, hails from Omoku in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State. He had his secondary education at Sancta Maria High School Omoku and proceeded to Rivers State University of Science and Technology, now Rivers State University, Port Harcourt where he obtained his first degree and M.Mc in Technical Education (mechanical option). He is currently running his Ph.D in Industrial Technology in Ignatius Ajuru University of Education.
Miss. Agwuma Christabel Udoka hails from Okwuzi in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State. She had her secondary education in Demonstration Secondary School Omoku and proceeded to Macdonald University Okija Anambra State where she obtained her first degree in accounting (BSc), a PGD from National Teacher’s Institute and currently running her Master’s degrees in Education Foundation (Education Management) in Rivers State University Port Harcourt.
Onyinyechi G. Onyele & Emeka D. Anyanwu (2018). “Human Health Risk Assessment of Some Heavy Metals in a Rural Spring, Southeastern Nigeria“. African Journal of Environment and Natural Science Research, Vol.1, No.1, pp.15-23, 2018.
Stella Pak, Nataly Torrejon & Alejandro Calvo (2018). “Late Recurrence of Cholangiocarcinoma“. African Journal of Biology and Medical Research, Vol.1, No.1, pp.1-6, 2018.
Stella Pak, MD is a graduate of University of Toledo College of Medicine. She is a talented physician, currently a categorical resident in Internal Medicine at Orange Regional Medical Center in Middletown, New York. She is an avid investigator with multiple publications under her name.
Nataly Torrejon, MD graduated at the top of her class at Universidad Privada delValle, School of Medicine in Cochabamba, Bolivia. She is a talented physician currently pursuing training in Internal Medicine with plans to subspecialize in Hematology and Oncology. She is an avid violin player and has performed with symphonic orchestras in several countries.
Alejandro Calvo, MD, FACP is assistant professor at Loma Linda University School of Medicine, he graduated from UMSS School of Medicine in Bolivia in 1991, he completed his Internal Medicine training at Kettering Medical Center, where he was Internal Medicine Chief Resident for his PGY4. He attended the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute for a combined Hematology-Oncology fellowship. Currently, he practices at Kettering Cancer Center in Ohio where he is key faculty for the Graduate Medical Education Department. He is ABIM board certified in medical oncology, hematology as well as hospice and palliative care medicine.
The editors would like to congratulate the awardees and thank all the nominees for their participation.