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Dr. Inyang Maurice Asuquo


Science Education


Lecturer I


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About Dr. Inyang Maurice Asuquo

Dr (Mrs) Inyang Maurice Asuquo started her career as a Public Health Nurse Educator who was involved in the training of Nurses and Community Health workers. She joined the services of the University of Calabar in 2010 as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching. Dr Asuquo was promoted to the rank of lecturer I in 2016. She has been teaching, researching and mentoring students in the Department of Science Education that she was moved to after the splitting of the former Department of Curriculum and Teaching in 2015. She has published articles in both local and International Journals. She has attended many conferences where she made presentations. Additionally, she has served the University in other capacities including Chairman Department of Science Education Welfare Committee between 2015 and 2018, Examinations Officer/Course Adviser Science Education Sandwich Programme (2015 – till date). She is a member of many Professional Associations including Association of Nigerian Nurse Educators, World council of Curriculum and Instruction, Nigerian Teacher Registration Council and Science Teachers’ Association of Nigeria. She is a Fellow of the West African College of Nursing. Dr (Mrs) Inyang is happily married with four children.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCEdgerley Memorial Primary school Calabar Cross River State Nigeria.19601966
WASCWest African People’s Institute Calabar Cross River State Nigeria.19671972
B.Sc. Health and Physical EducationUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria19921997
M.Ed Curriculum Studies.University of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria.19992003
Ph.D Science Education University of Calabar, Calabar Cross River State Nigeria.20122017

S/N Publication
Edoho, E. A., & Asuquo, I. M. (2018). Maximizing the Use of Mathematics Laboratory for Effective Understanding of Basic Science and Mathematics. Journal of Education and practice 9(29), 43-46.
Inyang, M. A., (2018). Study Habit and Academic Performance of Undergraduate Biology Students of University of Calabar, Nigeria. International Journal of Contemporary Social Science Education (IJCSSE), 1(2),107 - 113.
Inyang, M. A. (2018). Science Teacher’s Effectiveness and Academic Performance Science Undergraduates in University of Calabar, Calabar. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives.7(1), 119-130.
Inyang, M. A., Emmanuel, A. E., & Uduak, N. (2018). Gender Equality and Undergraduates’ Participation in Science in University of Calabar. Prestige Journal of Counselling Psychology, 1(1), 109-119.
Edoho, E. E., Inyang, A., & Esiong, U. U. (2017). Implementation of some Millennium Development Goals (MGS) and Poverty Reduction in Akamkpa and Biase Local Government Areas of Cross River State. Journal of the Department of Special Education University of Calabar, 3, 121-130
Eneji, C.V.O., Asuquo I., Ray H. H., Eneji J. E. O,& Ekpo C. (2015).The Socio – ecological and health implication of meeting the challenges of food insecurity in the 21st century in the Agrarian Society of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Letters, 3(1): 25 – 36.
Asuquo, I. M., & Olajide, T. E. (2015).The Role of Health Education on Breast Cancer awareness among University of Calabar female undergraduates. Journal of Education and Practice, 6, 24, 151 – 161.
Asuquo I. M., & Kalu I. M. (2015). Goal Orientation, Adaptive Learning Strategies and Academic Achievement of Community Health Students in Primary Health Care. British Journal of Education Society and Behavioral Science 13(1) 1- 10.
Asuquo I. M., & Kalu I. M. (2015), Psychosocial Variables, Teacher Effectiveness and Academic Performance of Community Health Students in Primary Health Care Examinations. British Journal of Education, Society and Behaviour Science. 11(4) 1 – 8.
Eneji, C. V. O., Eneji, J.E. O., Asuquo, I. & Ubom B. A. E. (2015). Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in Community Disease Control in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Science and Toxicology Research. 3(9) pp. 173 – 181.
Asuquo, M.E., Nwagbara,V.I., Akpan, S., Ebughe, G., Ugbem, T., & Asuquo, I. M. (2013). Non – caseating Submental tuberculous lymphadenopathy: A case Report. Journal of Case Reports in Chemical Medicine 2, 5, 291 – 293.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The 12th Biennial General meeting and the 21st Scientific Session of West African College of Nursing – Monrovia, Liberia.2013-03-182013-03-22
World Council of Curriculum and Instruction WCCI 16th world conference on Education. “Integrating Education for a lasting culture of Peace and Care of Planet Earth”. San Diego, CaliforniaPsychosocial variables, Teacher Effectiveness and Academic Performance of Community Health Students in Primary Health Care Examination in Nigeria.2014-08-172014-08-24
STAN 56th Annual Conference: “Towards Effective Application of STEM Education Research” Awka Anambra State, Nigeria2015-08-172015-08-22
Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, 5th National Conference: Knowledge Integration for National Development.2015-09-012015-09-05
Science Teachers Association of Nigeria. STAN 57th Annual Conference: Communication Technologies and Stem Education. Ado – Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria2016-08-152016-08-20
The Learner 24th International Conference on Learning at Manoa Honolulu, Hawaii USA.Promoting Gender Equality and Undergraduates’ Students Participation in Science in University of Calabar2017-07-152017-07-23
Science Teachers Association of Nigeria. STAN 60th Anniversary Conference: STEM and SOCIETY. Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. 2017-08-142017-08-19
The Learner 26th International Conference on Learning at Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast UK.Impact of Teacher-Students Relationship and Academic Performance of Science Education Students 2019-07-242019-07-26