Ms. Nkang Udeme AniDepartment
Ms. Udeme Ani Nkang is a young hard working lady with a high level of interest in education and is developing a career path in the academic world. In 2017, she was employed as an assistant lecturer in the Department of Mass Communication. Over the years, as a result of formal education and work experience, she has built personal capacity, developed professional skills, alongside enhanced intellectual abilities. She holds a Masterâ€™s degree in Communication Media from the University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. I had earlier obtained a Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication from Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Osun State, Nigeria, with a strong foundation in journalism, advertising, and the influence of media on society. She is a member of the African Council for Communication Education (ACCE).
|First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)||Auntie Margaret International Nursery & Primary school, Calabar||1996||2004 delete_forever|
|West African Senior School Certificate in Education (WASSCE)||University of Calabar International Secondary School||2004||2009 delete_forever|
|B.Sc (Mass Communication)||Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Ikeji Arakeji, Osun State||2009||2013 delete_forever|
|M.A (Communication Studies)||University of Calabar, Cross-River State, Nigeria||2015||2018 delete_forever|
|Ogri, E. U., Nkang, U. A., & Ogri, O. E. (2019). Corporate social responsibility strategies of Nigerian AGIP oil company (NAOC) for members of host communities in Rivers and Delta states. Journal of media, communication & languages, 6(1), 54-70.|
|Ubana, O., & Nkang, U. A. (2019). Digital media and the participation of rural dwellers in politics â€“ A case study of central senatorial district in Cross River State- Nigeria. LWATI Journal of contemporary research, 16(4), 86-100.|
|Nkang, R. A., Akah, L. U., & Nkang, U. A. (2015). Degenerating morals among adolescents in Calabar metropolis: the role of the movie industry in Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Research, 3(7), 283289.|
|Nkang, R. A., Nkang, U. A., & Asan, A. A. (2014). Assessing the consequences of home video on teenage behaviour in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian School Health Association Journal, 26(1), 114-120.|
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|Nigeria School Health Association. 2013 Annual National Conference/Workshop. EFT Hall, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Otto/Ijanikin Km 3 Badagary Expressway, Lagos State.||Nkang, R. A., Nkang, U. A., & Asan, A. A. (2014) Assessing the consequences of home video on teenage behaviour in Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian School Health Association Journal 26(1): 114-120.||2013-09-11||2013-09-14|
|African Council For Communication Education (ACCE, Nigeria Chapter). Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University||2018-10-23||2018-10-26|