Dr. Julius Agba AdaDepartment
Rev. Fr. Dr. Julius Agba Ada, a catholic Priest of Ogoja Diocese (1997) is a senior lecturer in the department of Business Management, University of Calabar. He is presently the Executive Director of UNICAL Water Services, University of Calabar. He holds a Bachelor of Philosophy (B.Phil. Urban University Rome) 1993, Bachelor of Sacred Theology (B.D. Urban University Rome) 1997, Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM, Unical) 2002, Masters in Business Administration (MBA, Unical) 2005, Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE, Unical) 2006, Masters of Science in Management (M.Sc, EBSU) 2012, Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management (PhD, EBSU) 2014, Fellow: Institute of Corporate Administration, Nigeria(ICA) 2015, Fellow: Institute of Policy Management and Development (IPMD) 2017. Beside Rev. Fr. Dr. Adaâ€™s pastoral and Ecclesial services in Calabar and Ogoja Catholic Dioceses, he served as lecturer in Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) from 2007 to 2010, and was appointed as Lecturer II in University of Calabar in 2010 where he serves till date. He has held sveral positions, among which are; Coordinator of CES Program, Department of Business Management, 2012 â€“ 2015; Ag. Head, Department of Business Management, 2015 â€“ 2017; Member, CGSS Board, University of Calabar, 2015 â€“ 2019; Member, Health Research Ethics Committee (HREC) University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH), Calabar, 2012 â€“2018; Executive Director, UNICAL Water Services, 2017 till date. Dr. Ada has several awards including; Best Head of Department, 2017 presented by Faculty of Management Sciences (FAMSSA); Award of Distinguished Selfless Serviceâ€¦ Officer Order of Malabor (OOM) 2019 presented by Student Union Government, University of Calabar; Award of Recognition for Effectiveness & Efficiency of Service, Nov 2017 presented by DBA 2017 class, University of Calabar; Award of Service, 2014 from NFCS, University of Calabar; Award of Best Pastor CYON Mater Redemtoris Parish, Sankwala, 2007; Award of Excellence from Catholic Corpers, 2000.
|Ada, J. A., & Akan, P. A. (2019). Knowledge integration and service delivery of health professionals in Public Hospital in South-South Nigeria. European Journal of Training and Development Studies, 6(2), 18-33.|
|Ingwe, R., Ada, J. A., & Angiating, I. (2014). Investment-Centred Transitioning from Agrarian-Tourism Economy to Manufacturing in Cross River State, South-South, Nigeria: A Theoretical Perspective and Background.â€ Journal of Geographical Institute JOVAN CVIJIC SASA, 64 (1), 93-109.|
|Ingwe, R., Ada, J. A., & Angiating, I. (2014). Investment-Driven Industrial Localization in Calabar Free Trade Zone and Environs, South-Eastern/South-South, Nigeria: Evidence on Recent Sub-National Regional Economic Diversification. Journal of the Geographical Institute JOVAN CVIJIC SASA, 64(3), 359-375.|
|Ada, M. J., & Ada, J. A. (2013). Efficiency Theories, their Applicability and Effects on Nigerian Secondary Schools: A Study of Cross River State. Global Advance Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (GARJMBS), 2 (9).|
|Ingwe, R., Ada, J. A., & Adalikwu, R. A. (2013). Industrial Relations under Various Administrations in Nigeria: A Political-Temporal Analysis of Trade Disputes, Work Stoppages and Human Work-Day Losses (1970-2004). Annales Universitis Curie-Sklodowska Uniw., 47( 2), 73-84.|
|Ada, J. A., & Ada, M. J. (2012). Conflict Management Strategies in Organizations. World Journal of Young Researchers (WJYR), 2 (5).|
|Ada, M. J., Ada, J. A., & Egomo, J. E. (2012). Saint Thomas Acquinas Theories on Man, Society, Government, Law and Applicability of These Ideas in the Administration of Nigerian Secondary Schools.â€ World Journal of Researchers, 2 (5), 65-69.|
|Okpachui, J. O., Mbe, O., & Ada, J. A. (2012). Applicability of Organizational Learning in Strategic Inter Firm Process. Calabar Journal of Liberal Studies (CAJOLIS), 15 (1), 103-113.|
|Ewah, S. O., Ekeng, A. B., & Ada, J. A. (2009). Impact of Organization Culture on Firm Productivity: A Survey of Cross River Newspaper Corporation â€œBrand Chronicleâ€. Journal of Policy and Development Studies, 3 (1), 70-80.|
|Undie, J. A.; Ekpang A. M.; Ada, J. A. (2008). Economics of Nine Year Universal Basic Education in Nigeria: Issues and Implications. Nigeria Association for Educational Administration and Planning (NAEP), 269-274.|
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