Mrs. Ann Emani DijehDepartment
Mrs. Ann Dijeh is an academic staff in the Department of Vocational Education, University of Calabar. She holds an B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Home Economics from University of Uyo. She is a member of Home Economics Teachers Association of Nigeria (HETAN), Science Teachers' Association of Nigeria (STAN) and Home Economic Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN). She is an author of both Local and International Journal Articles in her field of discipline.
|FSLC||Obubra II Primary School, Obubra Cross River State||1973||1978 delete_forever|
|WAEC||Federal School of Art and Science, Ogoja||1979||1985 delete_forever|
|B.Sc (Home Economics)||Cross River State University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State||1988||1992 delete_forever|
|Diploma Certificate in Education||National Teachers' Institute of Education, Kaduna State||2006||2007 delete_forever|
|M.Sc (Home Economics)||University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State||2008||2011 delete_forever|
|Ann Emani Dijeh (2017). Opportunities and threats of social media for Nigerian youths: Implication for family living, Akwa Ibom State. Journal of Home Economics and related disciplines, 2(1): 73-84|
|Udonwa, R. E., Iyam, M. A., Dijeh, A.E. & Etim, J.J. (2016). National food security: The concern of public health and the role of home economics teaching research and practice. Nigerian Journal of Home Economics, 9(10): 255-263|
|David Adie Alawa, Isaac Okeme & Ann E. Dijeh (2015). Contributions of rural women to household food security in the Northern Agro-ecological Zone of Cross River State. African Journal of Vocational Education, 5(1): 29-37|
|D.A. Alawa & A. E. Dijeh (2014). Entrepreneurial skills required by secondary school graduates for success in the tourism industry in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19(1): 1-7|
|Hogan Usoro, Alice Gabriel Etuk & Ann Emani Dijeh (2013). Gender issues in entrepreneurship education: Vocational technical education in perspective. The Intuition, 4(1): 82-94|
|Ann Emani Dijeh (2012). Effect of population explosion on family standard of living. Journal of Home Economics Teachers Association of Nigeria, 7(7): 143-149|
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|5th National Conference of the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar||Meeting the challenges of Home Economics practice in Nigeria: The key to national transformation.||2015-09-01||2015-09-05|