Category: About FUNAAB

  • FUNAAB Principal Officers

    FUNAAB Principal Officers

    Prof. Bolanle Idowu Akeredolu-Ale Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Prof. Clement Adeofun Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Development) Dr. Hakeem Adebola Adekola Registrar Mr. Chukwunwike Ezekpeazu Bursar Dr. (Mrs.) Fehintola Onifade University Librarian Last Updated on January 9, 2020 by FUNAAB

  • His Royal Eminence, Edidem Ekpo Okon

    His Royal Eminence, Edidem Ekpo Okon

    The Obong of Calabar, His Royal Eminence, Edidem Ekpo Okon Abasi Otu V was born on November 20, 1949. His parents were Etubom Okon Abasi Otu Ukpong Mbo Otu and Madam Ikwo Okokon Ansa of Adiabo Ikot Mbo Otu. He descends from Adiabo clan of the Eburutu tribe and he is traceable to the founding […]


    Arrival of Fresh Students (FS) –  Sunday, November 30, 2014 Online Registration of Returning Students – Monday, December 1, 2014–Friday, January 9, 2015 FS Registration by Exams & Records – Monday, December 1–Friday, December 5, 2014 ICT Training for Fresh Students Leadership Training – Monday, December 8–Friday, December 12, 2014 Arrival (Returning Students) – Sunday, […]

  • FUNAAB Professors

    NAMES AREA OF SPECIALISATION E-MAIL ADDRESSES PHONE NUMBERS COLLEGE OF AGRIC MANAGEMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT P A Okuneye Farm Mgt & Accounting, Environmental Economics +234-803-323-3230 A. M. Omotayo Agric Ext & Rural Soc. +234-803-722-3311 M.T. Ajayi Human Resources Dev. & Training +234-703-012-6840 C.A. Afolami Econometrics & Prod. Economics +234-803-389-9539 S. Momoh […]

  • Summary of 2014 Weekly Tips

    Dear Content Contributor,   Compliments of the season. I wish to express my profound appreciation for your support and comments so far received on the Weekly Tips issued by CISLT. I feel it is important that we remind ourselves of some salient points in the previous editions as we commence a new Academic Session, as […]

  • course design

    Dear Content Contributor, I wish to sincerely appreciate you for the time spent in reading and commenting on our weekly tips since its debut, middle of this year. Your positive comments and constructive criticisms are impetus that have put us on the right path. However, this tip will be the last edition for the year […]

  • Effective Higher Education Teachers

    Dear Content Contributor,   As we are preparing to resume for active teaching and learning activities in few days to come, it is pertinent to plan our teaching strategies for the 2014/2015 Academic Session. However, as a University teacher, you have chosen to teach in the field of higher education because you are a subject-matter […]

  • Teaching Practice Inventory: Tool to help you Examine your Teaching

    Dear Content Contributor, During this period of our recess, I think it is appropriate to reflect on our just-concluded teaching activities in order to evaluate our approach, disposition and methodologies adopted and their effects on our students’ learning outcome based on Senate-approved results. We need to ask: Is there any aspect that needs a change […]

  • Mentoring in Higher Education

    Dear Content Contributor, The issue of mentoring in Higher Education cannot be over-emphasized. As one is progressing in teaching career, there is the need to share our experiences and challenges with new entrants into the field, in order to impact on them sound knowledge and give them positive direction in the area of effective teaching […]

  • Collaborative Teaching: Inviting Guest Lecturers to your classroom

    Dear Content Contributor,   I want to use this medium to congratulate members of the FUNAAB Community on the successful completion of the 2013/2014 Academic Session. I wish all academic staff a blissful annual leave! However, as we are preparing for the forthcoming 2014/2015 Academic Session, I will like us to reflect on the issue […]

  • Effective Grading & Providing Timely Feedbacks

    Dear Content Contributor, It is my pleasure to discuss the issue of effective grading and providing timely feedbacks to our students in a bid to improving our teaching and learning culture. Grading is the process of applying standardized measurements of varying levels of achievement in a course. Grades can be assigned as letters (Generally from A […]

  • News Published in January 2015

    Last Updated on February 5, 2015 by admin