Mr. Etim Nkanu EfutDepartment
Mr. Etim Nkanu Efut started his carrier as a Security Officer with the University of Calabar in 2011 and was later converted to Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Environmental Education in 2016. He holds a B. Ed. and M.Ed. degrees in Environmental Education (with specialization in Pollution and Waste Management) awarded by the University of Calabar in 2010 and 2016 respectively. Etim is a proficient teacher with interest in pollution and management, sustainability of the environment, environmental pricing, climate change amongst others. In order to abreast himself with current academic and global trends, Etim have attended both international and local conferences, and presented papers. He has published articles in reputable local and foreign journals. He is an active member of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. He is married with children.
|Okpashi, V.E., Efut, E.N., Offiong, A.E.A., & Uba, U.J. (2019). Biochemical and Bacteriological Assessment of Ground Water Quality: Associating Bacteria Uptake with Human Infectious Diseases. Health Science Journal, 13(1),1-9.|
|Efut, E. N., Oyamo, V., & Egbe, E. D., (2018). Perception as a Framework for Human Interaction with the Environment: A Case Study of Biase Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education, 1 (1), 84-92.|
|Udumo, B. O., Uba U. J., & Efut, E. N., (2018). Forestry education and sustainable forest management in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental and Tourism Education, 1 (1), 221-229.|
|Offiong, A.E.A., Nkanu, O. U., Efut, E. N., & Uba, U.J. (2018). Environmental Degradation in the Niger Delta Area Due to Petroleum Exploration: Are we combating the Problems? American Journal of Environmental Sciences, DOI: 10.3844|
|Efut, E. N., Akpo, D. M., Okpashi, V. E., & Asuquo, E. (2017). Farmersâ€™ demographic variables: An insight into environmental conservation in Calabar. International Journal of Modern Biological Research 5, 56-63.|
|Agbor, C. N., Ololube, N. P., Efut, E. N. & Onnoghen, U. N. (2017). A five years comparative analysis of education funding in sub-Sahara African countries: Implications for effective quality education programmes. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 9 (2),69-77|
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|The 2nd EARNiA International Conference on the Role of Assessment and Research in Catching-up with the Trends in Global Education held at the International Conference Centre, University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||2016-11-28||2016-12-02|
|The 15th Faculty of Education Annual National Conference on Re-Engineering the Nigerian Educational System for Sustainable Development held at the Princess Alexandra Auditorium, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State.||2017-05-08||2017-05-12|
|The 1st International Conference and Home Coming on Global Best Practices in Library and Information Services in Contemporary Era held at the Princess Alexandra Auditorium, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State.||2017-06-25||2017-06-30|
|The 8th International Biennial Conference of Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC). Theme: The Quality of African Environment: The role of Science, Industry and Regulators held at Transcorp Hotel, Calabar, Cross River State, N||2017-10-17||2017-10-19|