Mrs. Catherine Ubembe AngiohaDepartment
Forestry & Wildlife Res. MGT.Designation
Angioha, Ubembe Catherine, started her career as a teacher with Cross River State Education Board (SEB) from 2000-2017 where for 17years she worked assiduously for the mental, emotional and physical development of the children in her care. Driven by passion for more global impact, she transfer her service to Federal College of Education, Obudu in 2017 and by 2018, she joined the services of the University of Calabar. Where she is currently an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Forestry and Wildlife Resource Management. Kathy as she is fondly called by her close associates started her education at St. Stephenâ€™s Primary School, Obudu in 1983 to 1987 and later completed and obtained her FSLC at Holy Trinity Primary School Ikwet Obudu. In 1993, she graduated from Girls Secondary School, Obudu and later proceeded to University of Calabar, where she bagged B.Sc (Ed) in Forestry and Wildlife Resource Management. Catherine is currently researching for her M.Sc certificate. She has researched and published a scholarly articles in an International Peer Review Journals like American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (AJHSSR) amongst others. She has attended many International Conferences and Presented Researched Papers. She is a member of ICRTEL. Angioha, Catherine Ubembe is a team player, astute hard worker, a sister, a wife and a mother with a passion for helping others in whichever way she can. Above all, she is a God fearing woman.
|Betiang, P.A., & Angiota, C.U., (2019), Addressing The Political Economy of Conditional Cash Transfer As A Poverty Reduction Programme In Nigeria. American Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research (AJJHSSR), 3(2), 11-16.|
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|3rd ICRTEL 2018- International Conference on Research in Teaching, Education and Learning Dubai .||(a) Community Involvement in Environmental Education: A Case Study of Obudu Communities in Cross River State.(b) Assessing the Educational Preferences of Rural Nigerian Poor in Cross River State.||2018-10-01||2018-10-02|
|2019 International Literacy Conference Ibadan||Literacy and Extension Services for improved livelyhood: Effect of Extension Services Socio-Economic characteristics of the Livelyhood of Obudu Cattle Ranch development project beneficiaries in south south zone.||2019-04-08||2019-04-12|
|ABCD-Asset based Community Development Conference Nairobi (Kenya)||2019-05-10||2019-05-11|