World Championship-2018 in African Development (Public Administration)

Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo from USA wins World Championship-2018 in African Development (Public Administration) out of 98 countries

World Champion Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo

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The Pride Of United States of America


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What is Public Administration?

Public administration is the implementation of government policy and also an academic discipline that studies this implementation and prepares civil servants for working in the public service. Public administrators are public servants working in public departments and agencies, at all levels of government.

What is Social Science ?
Social science is a major category of academic disciplines, concerned with society and the relationships among individuals within a society. Social science as a whole has many branches, each of which is considered a social science. Social Science, broadly speaking, provides an understanding of how the world works using social and behavioural explanations. In contrast to the natural sciences (biology, chemistry, physics) which focus primarily on natural phenomena (stem cells, molecules, light waves), the subject of social science is society itself.

What are the major branches in Social Science?

Social science as a whole has many branches, each of which is considered a social science. The social sciences include, but are not limited to: anthropology, archaeology, communication studies, economics, history, human geography, jurisprudence, linguistics, political science, psychology, public health, and sociology.


World Champion Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo


Personal Data:

Name: Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo

Born: November 25, 1948 in Wembo-Nyama;

Nationality: Congolese From The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC);

Marital Status: Married;

106 Cleveland Hall; Aurora, New York 14850 USA

Mailing Address in DRC:

Boîte Postale 14 685

Kinshasa, République Démocratique du Congo

Telephone: (607) 229-4799


ACADEMIC TRAINING

Diploma, August 1991 

The Center for Popular Economics, International Institute in Popular Economics, Smith College, Amherst, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Ph.D., August 1981 

The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Major Fields: Ethics and Society Joint Program Political Science; Sub-fields: Comparative Politics and International Relations; Members of the Ph. D. Dissertation Committee: Kenneth Prewitt; Friedrich Katz; Paul Ricœur; and Robin W. Lovin. Dissertation topics: “Politics of Modernization in the Congo (1910-1965).”

Masters, June 1980 

The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Major Field: Political Science. Sub-fields: Political Theory and International Relations
Theory; Members of the Thesis Committee: Joseph Cropsey and Kenneth Prewitt;

Masters, June 1975 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Major Fields: Philosophical and Social Ethics. Members of the Committee: David Smith (Law School) and Robert Dick, (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; Public Policy);

Diplôme de Licence, July 1972 (Bachelor) with Honors, Université Libre Du Congo (now Université de Kisangani), Kisangani, Democratic
Republic of Congo (DRC); Major Fields: Medieval Studies (Philosophical, Religious and Social Thoughts).

Diplôme d’Agrégation, July 1972 Université Libre du Congo, (now Université de Kisangani), Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo
(DRC);

LANGUAGES; 

English: fluent; French: fluent;
German: some knowledge;
Classical Greek: some knowledge;
Latin: some knowledge; Hebrew: some knowledge;
Lingala: fair knowledge;
Tetela: fluent;
Kiswahili: some knowledge.

FIELDS OF TEACHING, RESEARCH, POLICY ANALYSIS AND CONSULTANCY

World Politics/International Affairs: Peace, Conflict, Violence and Security Studies; Human Rights and International Organizations; African Politics, African Political Thought; Theories of International Relations and Cooperation; International Political Economy; Third World Politics; Imperialism; American and European Politics; Globalization; Colonialism; Asia-Africa.

Political Thought: Classical and Modern Political Theory; Medieval European Politics and Non-Western Political Thought;

Comparative Policy and Politics: Governance, Democracy and Development Studies; Comparative Political Institutions and Systems; Policy Analysis; Social, and Political Movements; and Economic and Social Development Paradigms; South-South Politics; Comparative Environmental Policies and Politics; North-South Relations;

Education: Policy, Politics, Planning, and Philosophy of Education; and Higher Education in the Third World;

Philosophy/Ethics: Modern and Contemporary Ethical Theories; Professional Ethics; Social Ethics; 

SELECT HONORS (see the whole list in the Section on Honors and Fellowships)

Presented in April 2018 with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who. And endorsed by Marquis Who’s Who as a leader in the fields of political science and higher education (www.ltachievers.com).

Nominated for the Membership of the SuperProfessor status published on FacultyRow. Was admitted into the FacultyRow (The Top Professors) on September 24, 2013. Visit: http://facultyrow.com/profiles/friend/listFeatured?xg_source=msg_feat_profile.

Selected and Admitted on January 25, 2011 to the Membership of “Cambridge Who’s Who,” 2011/12.

Distinguished Africanist Award offered by the New York State African Studies Association (NYASA) on March 27, 2010 at NYASA's Annual Conference at State
 
University of New York, Binghamton on the theme of “GLOBAL-AFRICA, GLOBAL- ASIA: Africa and Asia in the Age of Globalization.” The Distinguished Africanist Award is “awarded to an academic by the NYASA Executive Board for outstanding contributions to the field of Africana Studies in New York.”

In 2007-2008, Awarded a Grant for a Research by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Tokyo, Japan on the Study of Conflict Prevention in Africa: My Case was the Democratic Republic of Congo.

In May 2006, Awarded, by the President of Wells College, “the 2006 Anne J. Russ Prize for Social Responsibility;” this Award recognizes a member of the College Community who in course of the year made the most significant social, political, or ethical contribution, especially involving matters of human diversity, and inclusiveness.

In 2003-2004, I was listed in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 8th Edition, Volume 1, Educational Communications, Inc.

In 2002/2003, I was listed in Contemporary Who’s Who, American Biographical Institute.

In 2002, I was listed in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 7th    Edition, Volume 1, Educational Communications, Inc.

In 2000, I was listed in Who’s Who in the World, Millennium Edition (17th    Edition), Marquis.

September 1999  
Awarded a Certificate for Outstanding Teaching in Political Science by the American Political Science Association and Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor society.

May 1999  
Awarded the Gold Medal of the Outstanding Professor of the Year, Wells College.

July 1998 and June 2003  
Appointed Herbert J. Charles and Florence Charles Faegre Professor of Political Science, Wells College.

1986-1987
Appointed Alger Hiss Chair, Political Studies, Bard College.

CURRENT And PAST POSITIONS

Teaching and Research

May-August 2018 Fellow, Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, Wallenberg Research Centre, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, Matieland, South Africa.

Since August 2015 Appointed as a Carnegie-Diaspora Fellow, The Center for International   Affairs   and   Diplomacy;   But   he   has not finalized the process of tenure yet in this position, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana.

Since August 2012 Appointed by University Ghana as External Examiner in the Department of Political Science, Graduate Programme, Legon, Ghana (West Africa).

September 2006-June 2014 Senior Lecturer, Graduate Program, Courses Taught: Human Rights; International Political Economy; International Relations Theory; Contemporary Japanese Politics, and Third World Politics, Department of Government, Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Since 2001 Professor (Full Professorship) of Political Science, Wells College, Aurora, New, York, U.S.A.

1993-2000 Associate Professor Political Science, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

September 1992 and 2017 Visiting Scholar, Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.

Administration

Since July, 2008 Chair, Department of International Studies, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A

July, 2010-July 2012 Chair, Department of Political Science, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

July 1, 2006-June 30, 2008 Chair, Division of Social Sciences, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

July 1, 2007-June, 2009 Chair, Department of Public Affairs, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

July 1, 1997-July 2006 Chair, Department of International Studies, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

August, 1982-June 1985 Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).


OTHER PAST WORK EXPERIENCE :

(A) Academic Teaching and Research

August 2016 Visiting Professor at the Institute for Peace and Security Studies, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

September 1991-September 2001 Research Associate, Institut d’Ethno-Sociologie, Université Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (West Africa).

July 2011 Visiting Professor at the University of South Africa (UNISA), College of Human Sciences; Specific Activities included: Lecture Presentations at the Africa Speaks Forum; Seminar Series at the Department of Sociology; and Workshop for Post-graduate students and staff; The topics addressed:

(1) “Africa and the Global Political Economy: Towards the Search for New Developmental Paradigms;”

(2) “The Functioning of the Global Political Economy and Africa’s Relations with the Global North and Global South;”
(3) “The Role of Liberal Democracy in the Global Political Economy;”
(4) “Social Theory;”
(5) And “Knowledge Production in Africa: Questions of Epistemology and Research for Social Transformation in Africa.”

University of New York, Binghamton on the theme of “GLOBAL-AFRICA, GLOBALASIA: Africa and Asia in the Age of Globalization.” The Distinguished Africanist Award is “awarded to an academic by the NYASA Executive Board for outstanding contributions to the field of Africana Studies in New York.” In 2007-2008, Awarded a Grant for a Research by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Tokyo, Japan on the Study of Conflict Prevention in Africa: My Case was the Democratic Republic of Congo. In May 2006, Awarded, by the President of Wells College, “the 2006 Anne J. Russ Prize for Social Responsibility;” this Award recognizes a member of the College Community who in course of the year made the most significant social, political, or ethical contribution, especially involving matters of human diversity, and inclusiveness.

May 2003-April 2007 Visiting Research Fellow, Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education (CICE), Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan.

September 1991-September 2001 Research Associate, Institut d’Ethno-Sociologie, Université Houphouët-Boigny, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (West Africa).

July 1991-June 2002 Visiting Senior Fellow, Institute for African Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.

September-December, 2002 Visiting Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts at Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

May 1993-June 1995 Visiting Associate Professor of Government, Department of Government, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, and U.S.A.
January-June 1982, and

July 1985-1990 Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York. U.S.A.

Summers 1987-1990 Team-teaching at Vassar College for the Experiment Transfer Program Sponsored by the Ford Foundation for Community Colleges; the topic for 1987-1989 was “Politics in South Africa;” The 1989 and 1990’s topic was “The Third World and the U.S. Foreign Policy: From Development to Debt and Beyond.”

1985-1987 and 1990 Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Studies (Alger Hiss Chair), Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, U.S.A.

September and December 1985-Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

August, 1982-June 1985 Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia, (West Africa).

1981-1982 Post-doctoral works: 
(a) The University of Chicago, Committee on International Relations on “Political and economic development in the Congo between 1965 and 1980” under the supervision of Professor Morton Kaplan; The Chair, the Committee on International Relations; and
(b) at Northwestern University “On The Agricultural Policy in Tanzania: 1967-1968,” (supervised by Professor John Paden, Director of the Program in African Studies and Professor of Political Science), Evanston, Illinois, U.S.A.

1981-1982 Instructor of Political Theory, Department of Political and Economic Studies, Chicago State University, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

1981-1982 Instructor of Black Political Thought (Black Studies Program), Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

1981 (summer) Instructor: in the Summer Program. Taught a Course on Culture and Sexism, George Williams College, Downers Grove, Illinois, U.S.A.

1981 (Spring) Instructor of International Law and Organization, Department of Political Science, George Williams College, Downers Grove, Illinois, U.S.A.

1978-1980 Instructor, Social Science Program, American School, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

1972-1973 Professor at Ecole Secondaire Unie de Katubue (ESU), Kananga, Occidental Kasai, République Démocratique du Congo;

(B) Academic/Faculty Administration
July 2007-July 2008 Pre-Law Advisor at Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

July 2005-June 2006 Chair, Department of International Studies, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

July 1998-December 2002 Chair, Department of the International Studies, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.
 
September 2000- May 2010 Chair, The Faculty Subcommittee on Diversity, Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

September 1999-2009 Member of the President Committee on Diversity, Wells, College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

Since March 1996 Co-Coordinator of the Africana Studies and International and Global Studies Minors at Wells College, Aurora, New York, U.S.A.

August 1987-Sept. 1990 Member of the Steering Committee, the Experiment Transfer Program (ETP); Duties: to set up the rules for the program, elect the new director, discuss the budget, admission policy, and all academic matters concerning the program, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S.A.

Dec. 1982-Feb. 1985 Acting Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

February 1983-June 1985 Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

1983-1985 Member of the University Council; Tasks: policy, curriculum and the overall functioning of the University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

1982-1985 Member of the Committee on the Graduate Department of Planning at University of Liberia. Duties: planning and policy, recruitment, admissions and curriculum. Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

COURSES OFFERED

(A) Undergraduate:

Media and Politics Liberalism and Its Critics
International Relations Theory Introduction to International Studies International Organizations
Government and Politics in Industrial Countries Government and Politics in Less Industrial Countries Social, Political, and Environmental Movements China in the Global Political Economy
Japan Development Policy Toward Less Industrialized Countries Introduction to Political Science
United Nations Simulation First Year Seminar
World Politics
Introduction to Africana Studies Third World Politics
Politics in Developing Countries
African Politics and African Political Thought
Comparative Governments and Politics in Predominantly Black Nations

(B) Graduate

Human Rights
International Political Economy International Relations Theory African Development
Political Economy of Africa/African Politics Third World Politics
Planning Within Structural Adjustment Programs in Africa Ethical Issues in Professional Politics
Contemporary Japanese Politics

PUBLICATIONS:
(A) Books

(Coed.) Peace, Security and Post-conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes Region of Africa, Dakar, Senegal: CODESRIA, 2017.
(Ed.) Land Reforms and Natural Resource Conflicts in Africa: New Development Paradigms in the Era of Global Liberalization, London, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2016.

Japan-Africa Relations, New York: McMillan-Palgrave, 2010.

Who and What Govern in the World of the States: A Comparative Study of Constitutions, Citizenry, Power, and Ideology in Contemporary Politics, Lanham, Maryland: University, 2005.

(Ed.) Liberal Democracy and Its Critics in Africa: Political Dysfunction and the Struggle for Social Progress, United Kingdom, London: Zed Books, 2005; Paper Back, 2006.

(Ed.) Dynamics and Policy Implications of the Global Reforms at the End of Second Millennium: A Comparative Perspective, Leiden, The Netherlands: The Brill Academic Publishers, 2000.

The Dynamics of Economic and Political Relations Between Africa and Foreign Powers: A Study in International Relations, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 1999.
Rise of Multipartyism and Democracy in the Global Context: the Case of Africa, Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 1998.

Political Re-mapping of Africa: Transnational Ideology and the Re-definition of Africa in World Politics, Lanhman, Maryland: University Press of America, 1994.

(Co-Ed.) Structural Adjustment and The Crisis in Africa: Economic and Political Perspective, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.

Nationalistic Ideologies, Their Policy Implications and The Struggle for Democracy in African Politics, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1991.

(B) Articles in Referred Journals and Peer-review Monographs

“Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) and Africa: New Projected Developmental Paradigms,” Africa Development, Volume XL, No. 3, 2015, pp. 75.

“Liberal Globalisation’ and Movements toward a ‘Multipolar’ Politics,” Bandung: Journal of the Global South (2015, 2:9).

“Africa and Asia Relations,” African and Asian Studies, Volume 12, Numbers 1 and 2 (2013): 118-139.

“Introduction: Global Financial and Economic Crisis and the South-Impact and Responses,” African Journal of International Affairs, Volume 14, Numbers 1 and 2 (2011): 1-14.

“The National Project as a Public Administration Concept: The Problematic of State Building in the Search for New Development Paradigms in Africa,” Africa Development, Vol. XXXVI, No. 2, 2011: 63 – 96.

“China-Africa Relations: A Neo-Imperialism or a Neo-Colonialism? A Reflection,” African and Asian Studies 10 (2011): 234-266.

“A reflection on the Bandung Conference in the Era of Liberal Globalization,” CODESRIA Bulletin, Nos. 3 and 4 2010): 32-39.

“Diop, Cheikh Anta: 1923–1986,” International Encyclopedia of The Social Sciences, 2nd (Edition), New York: Macmillan Reference, November 2007.

“China-Africa Relations in the Post-Cold War Era: Dialectics of Rethinking South-South Dialogue,” CODESRIA Bulletin, Numbers 1 and 2 (2007).

“Africa’s Third-Term Syndrome: A Trend Toward Authoritarianism or Unique Form of Democracy?” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Winter/Spring 2007).

“The Welfare State Within the Context of liberal Globalisation in Africa: Is the Concept Still Relevant in Social Policy Alternatives for Africa,” African Journal of International Affairs/Revue Africaine des Relations Internationales, Volume 9, Numbers 1 and 2 (2006).

“International Interventionism, Democracy, and Peace-Building in the Great Lakes of Africa: A Regional Perspective to Challenges,” African and Asian Studies, Volume 4, No. 1-2 (Special Issue, 2005).
 
“Pan-Africanism in the Search for Social Progress,” Global Dialogue, Volume 6. Number 3-4, Summer/Autumn (2004).“Re-definitions of Territoriality, National Identity, and Global Democratic Values in the Post-Cold War Era,”•In Identity and Space, (Edited) by Andrea E. Frohne, Binghamton University Envisioning (2004).

“Can a 'Realist Pan-Africanism' Be a Relevant Tool Toward the Transformation of African and African Diaspora Politics? Imagining a Pan-African State,” African Journal of International Affairs/Revue Africaine des Relations Internationales, Volume 6, No. 1 and 2, (2003): 87-121.

“Globalization, the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), and the Role of Civil Society in African Development Planning and Implementation,” Journal of Comparative Education and International Relations in Africa (JEDIRAF), Volume 5, Numbers 1-2 (2003).

“Reconceptualizing the State as the Leading Agent of Development in the Context of Globalization in Africa,” African Journal of Political Science/Revue Africaine de Science Politique, Volume 7, Number 1 (2002): 79-108.

“Reflections on the African Renaissance and Its Pragmatic Implications for Deconstructing the Past and Reconstructing Africa,” The Journal of Black Renaissance/ La Renaissance Noire, Volume 4, No. 1 (Spring 2002): 110-120.

“Globalization, Capitalism, Liberal Democracy, and the Search for New Development Paradigms in Africa,” Occasional Paper Series, Volume 5, Number 1 (2001: African Association of Political Science).

Tūkūmbī Lūmūmbā Kāsūnjū, al-Qāhirah: Barnāmaj al-Dirāsāt al-Miṣrīyah al-Ifrīqīyah : al-Jamʻīyah al-Ifrīqīyah lil-ʻUlūm al-Siyāsīyah, 2001.

السياسية، للعلوم الإفريقية الجمعية : الإفريقية المصرية الدراسات برنامج : القاهرة 2001.

“Reflections on Liberal Democracy and International Debt Issue in Post-Cold War Africa,” African Journal of Political Science/Revue Africaine de Science Politique, Volume 4 Numbers 1 and 2 (2001).

“President Laurent-Désiré Kabila’s Assassination and Its Implications in the Struggle for peace, Democracy, and Social progress in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and in The Great Lakes Region of Africa,” Journal of Comparative Education and International Relations in Africa, Volume 3, Numbers 1-2 (December 2000).

“Capitalism and Liberal Democracy as Forces of Globalization with Reference to the Paradigms behind the Structural Adjustments Programs in Africa,” Politics Administration and Change, No. 34 (July-December, 2000): 23-40.

Edited a special issue of the International Journal of Comparative Sociology (IJCS) on “Dynamics and Policy Implications of the Global Reforms at the end of Second Millennium: A Comparative Perspective,” Volume XLI-Number 1 (2000).

“A General Reflection on the African Conditions in the World System and their Implications in the Process of the Search for a Permanent Peace and for a Functional
 
Democracy in Africa and in Côte d’Ivoire” (also in French), Journal of Comparative Education and International Relations in Africa (JEDIRAF), Volume 2, Number 1-2 (March 2000).

“The Political and Social Situation in Côte d’Ivoire, Journal of Comparative Education and International Relations in Africa (JEDIRAF), Volume 2, number 1-2 (March 2000).

“La Situation Politique et Sociale en Côte d’Ivoire Après le Coup d’Etat Militaire: Une Perspective Générale,” Journal of Comparative Education and International Relations in Africa/Revue d’Education Comparée et des Relations en Afrique, Volume 2, Numbers 1- 2/numeros 1-2, (December/Décembre): 59-70.

“Conditions Africaines dans le System Mondial et Leurs Implications dans le Processus de la Recherche d’une Paix Permanente et d’une Démocratie Fonctionnelle en Afrique et en Côte d’Ivoire,” Journal of Comparative Education and International Relations in Africa/Revue d’Education Comparée et des Relations en Afrique, Volume 2 Numbers 1- 2/numéros 1-2, (December/Décembre): 24-47.

Co-authored with Kent Klitgaard “Can African Make Development Planning within the Current Structural Adjustment Programs”? International Third World Studies Journal and Review, Volume 8, 1997.

“Towards Political Re-definition of Africa,” Southern African Political and Economic Review Monthly, Volume 8 No. 6 (March 1995).

“Regional Integration in Africa Within the Context of Global Change: The East African Community Revisited,” Colloqui, Cornell Journal of Planning and Urban Issues (Spring 1995 Volume X).

“The ‘Silent Crisis’ in International Transfer of Knowledge in African Societies and Their Education Systems: A Theoretical Perspective,” Council for Development of Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA) Bulletin No. 4 (1994).

“Remapping Africa,” The Bookery, Volume 4, Number 4 (May 1994).

“The End of a Political Era: Which Political Formula in Côte d’Ivoire after Félix Houphouët-Boigny?” Africa World Review, London (1996), pp. 5.

“Dependency and Organization of Higher Education in Africa: The Case of the Université Nationale de Côte d’Ivoire,” Monograph 93-2, Institute for Higher Education Law and Governance, University of Houston, Texas.

“Nationalism and Regional Economic Integration in Africa,” Cornell University,
Working Paper in Planning, No.135 (February 1993): pp. 32.

“The Agricultural Policy in Tanzania (1967-77): What Lessons should be learned,” Cornell University, Working Paper in Planning, No. 114. (December 1992): pp. 27.

“Zaïre’s Ties to Belgium: Persistence and Future Prospects in Political Economy,” Africa Today, Vol. 39, No. 3 (1992 3 Quarter): 23-48.
 

“Economic Community of West African States: Dependency or Integration?” The Journal of Asian and African Affairs. 3 (1), (July 1991): 45-69.
“Politics of Authenticity and Its Policy Implications in Africa: the Case of Mobutu Regime in Zaïre,” 35, pp., Lörand Eötvos University, The African Research Center, Budäpëst, Hungary.

“Katanga Secessionist Movement: Manifestation of the Western Interests or Internal Power Struggle?” The Journal of African Studies, Vol. 15, No. 3 and 4 (Fall-Winter 1988/89): 101-109.

“The Nature and Role of Higher Education in Africa and Its U.S.A. Influence: the Case of the University of Liberia,” Monograph 86-7, (Institute for Higher Education Law and Governance, University of Houston): 1-38.

“Some Problems, Relevance, and Perspectives in Teaching Classical Political Theory in an African University,” University of Liberia Journal. (October 1986): 54-68.

(C) Chapters in Books (All Peer-Reviewed)

“Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) and Africa New Projected Developmental Paradigms,” In Vusi Gumede (Editor), Inclusive Development in Africa Transformation of Global Relations, Dakar, Senegal: CODESRIA, 2018.

“Ubuntu and Pan-Africanism: A Dialectic of Learning about Africa,” In N’Dri Assie- Lumumba and Emefa J. Takyi-Amoako (Editors), Re-visioning Education in Africa: Ubuntu-Inspired Education for Humanity, New York, and London, Palgrave 2018.

“Salient Feature in Mazrui’s Thought on Education in Africa: Critical Reflection,” In D. Ndirangu Wachanga (Editor), Growing Up in A Shrinking World: How Politics, Culture and the Nuclear Age Defined the Biography of Ali A. Mazrui, Trenton, London, Cape Town, Addis Ababa, Asmara, Ibadan, and New Delhi: Africa World Press, 2017.

“Pan-African Curriculum in Higher Education: A Reflection,” In Michael Cross and Amasa Ndofirepi (Editors), Knowledge and Change in African Universities, A W Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, 2017.

“On Nigeria,” In John Stone and Dennis M. Rutledge, Polly Rizova, Anthony D. Smith and Xiaoshuo Hou (Eds), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism, Chicester, United Kingdom: John Wiley and Sons Ltd (ISBN: 978-1-4051- 8978) March 28, 2016.

“Japan-Africa Relations: New TICAD, International Cooperation and Post 2015,” chapter 16, Co-author with Luhahi Jacqueline Nembe Songu, In: Asia-Africa Entanglement in the Past and Present: Bridging between History and Development, Published by Asian and African Studies Group, Faculty of Economics, Kansai
 
University3-3-35, Yamate Cho Suita, Osaka, 564-8680, Japan and Printed by Kansai University Cooperative Print Station, 2016, pp. 214-230.

“Mao Zedong Revisited Political Thought: Any Lessons for Current Africa-Asia Relations?,” In Seth N. Asumah and John K. Marah (Editors), Africana Studies Beyond Race, Class and Culture, (The New York Africana Studies Publication) Dubuque: IA: Kendall Hunt, 2015.

“The Origin of African Constitutions, Elusive Constitutionalism and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy,” In Said Adejumobi (Editor), Democratic Renewal in Africa: Trends and Discourses, New York and London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

“Reflection on Capitalism and Liberal Globalization: Lessons for a Proposed Union Government,” In (Editor), E. Ike Udogu, Imagining the United States of Africa: Discourses on the Way Forward, Lanham, Maryland: The Lexington Books, The Rowman and Little Publishing Group, Inc. 2015.

“China in Africa: A Reflection on the Reconfiguration and Cross-Continental Implications of its power and its Political Economy,” In Global China: Internal and External Relations, New York, London, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong Tapei and Chennnai: World Scientific, 2015.

“Why Katanga’s Quest for Self-determination and Secession Failed,” In Redie Bereketeab, Self-Determination and Secession in Africa: The Post-Colonial State, London and New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2015.

“Rethinking the State Formation and the Post-Colonial Political Experience in the Democratic Republic of the Congo,” In George Klay Kieh, Jr. and Pita Ogaba Agbese (Editors), Reconstructing the Authoritarian State in Africa, London and New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2014.

“Reform, Modernization and Transformation of the Public Sector in Africa,” In African Training and Research Centre in Administration for Development (Ed. CAFRAD), La Problématique de l’émergence Africaine en question/ Problems of Emergence in Africa, Morocco, Tangier: CAFRAD, 2014.

“The New Meaning of the National Project in the Twenty-First Century,” In Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni and Finex Ndhlovu (Editors), Nationalism and National Projects in Southern Africa: New Reflections, Pretoria, South Africa: Africa Institute of South Africa, 2013.

“The Idea of the Public University and the National Project in Africa: Toward a Full Circle, from the 1960s to the Present,” co-authored In (Editors), Diana Rhoten and Craig Calhoun, Knowledge Matters: Public Mission of the Research University, New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

“Salient Features in Mazrui’s Thought on Education in Africa: Critical Reflections,” Co- authored in Seifudein Adem (ed.) Public Intellectuals and Intellectuals, and the Politics
 
of Global Africa: Essays in Honor Ali Mazrui, London, Adonis & Abbey Publishers, 2011.

“Africa and Its Traditional Partners,” In Korwa G Adar, Monica K. Juma, Katabaro N Miti (eds), The State of Africa 2010/11: Parameters and Legacies of Governance and Issue Areas, Pretoria, South Africa: Africa Institute of South Africa and London: African Book Collective, 2010.

“Reflections on the Principles and Values of Liberal Democracy and International Debt Issues,” In Luc Sinjoun (ed.), The Coming African Hour: Dialectics of Opportunities and Constraints, Pretoria, South Africa: Africa Institute of South Africa and London: African BookCollective,2010.ht p://zeus.wells.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=tr ue&db=nlebk&AN=463824&site=ehost-live&scope=site

“A Theoretical Perspective on Capitalism and Welfares and Their Responses to Inequality with a Focus on Gender: What Lessons for Africa,” In Women and Higher Education in Africa: Reconceptualizing Gender-Based Human Capabilities and Upgrading Human Rights to Knowledge, Abidjan: Côte d’Ivoire: CEPARRED, 2007.

“United States’ Legacy in Liberia,” In Robert Dibie (Editor), The Politics and Policies of Sub-Saharan Africa, Lanham, New York and Oxford: University Press of America, Inc, 2001.

“Political Parties and Ruling Governments in Sub-Saharan Africa,” In Robert Dibie (Editor.), The Politics and Policies of Sub-Saharan Africa, Lanham, New York, and Oxford: University Press of America, Inc, 2001.

“Reflection on Nationalistic Discourses and Ethnonationalism in the Struggles for Democracy in Africa,” In L. Adele Jinadu (Editor), The Political Economy of Peace and Security in Africa: Ethnocultural and economic Perspectives, Harare, Zimbabwe: AAPS Books, 2000.

“Rethinking Educational Paradigms in Africa: Imperatives for Social Progress in the New Millennium, ” In P. Higgs, N.C. G. Vakalisa, and T.V. Mda, Editors), African Voices in Education, Landsdowne, South Africa: Juta & Co. Ltd. 2000.

“Search for New Human Rights Paradigms within the Southern African Development Community (SADC) with Specific Reference to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC),” In B.F. Bankie C. Marias, and J.T. Namiseb (Editors), Toward Creating a Sustainable Culture of Human Rights, Windhoek, Namibia: Gamsberg Macmillan 1998.

“Reflections on EcoCity Systems: Historic and Theoretic Perspectives,” In Richard Register and Brady Peeks (Editors), Village Wisdom/Future Cities, Hayward, California: Alonzo Press, 1997.

“Social Movements and the Quest for Democracy in Liberia: The Case of the Movement for Justice in Africa (MOJA),” In Mahmood Mamdani and Wamba-dia-Wamba (Editors), African Studies in Social Movements, CODESRIA, Dakar: Senegal, 1995. “Economic Crisis, State and Educational Reform in Africa: The Case of Côte d'Ivoire,”
 
In Mark B. Ginsburg, (Editor), Educational Reform in International Context: The Dialectic of Human Agency, Ideology, Economy and the State, New York: Garland Publishing, 1991.

“African Education Policies and Educational Development,” In Mekki Mtewa (Editor), Contemporary Issues in African Administration and Development Politics, New Delhi, Allied Publishers, 1990.

(D) Articles in Magazines and Peer-Reviewed Newsletters

“Recurrent Crisis in the Eastern DRC: Petty Imperialism and Reconceptualizing the Peace Process,” Kujenga Amani (Social Science Research Council), 2013.

“Congo-Brazzaville: Multipartyism or Illiberal Democracy?,” News From the Nordic African Institute, No. 3. (October 2005): 12-15.

“Tribute to President Mzee Laurent-Désiré Kabila’s Assassination: An Attempt to End Three Decades of A Nationalist’s Political Struggle for Independence,” Africa Notes, (April 2001).

“Tribute to Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922-1999), Newsletter, African Association of Political Science, New Series, (Volume 5 No. 1).

“Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere: an African Visionary,” Africa Notes (November 1999).

“End of an Era: Côte d’Ivoire after Félix Houphouët-Boigny,” Africa Notes (February, 1994): 1-3.

“The Future of Ethnicity and Gender within the current popular movements in African Politics,” West Africa (8/1993).
“Clinton and Africa: What to Expect?” Africa Notes, (December, 1992): 1-2.

“Collapse of an African State: The Case of Liberian Refugees,” Africa Notes, (December, 1991): 1-3.

“African Political Processes in 1980: Unpredictable Prophecy for 1981,” The Native Magazine, (January, 1981): Vol.2 No.6: 2-7.
“Reagan and Africa,” Haymarket (December, 1980): Vol. 1 No. 2. 

(E) Published Book Reviews

Michael Amoa, Nationalism, Globalization and Africa, New York, N.Y: Palgrave- McMillan (2012) Link to this article: http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0022278X12000407, The Journal of Modern African Studies, volume 50, Issue 04 (December 2012): 721-722.

Abdul-Haheen Tajudeen (6 Jan1961-25 May 2009), Speaking Truth to Power: A Selected Pan-African Postcards, Compiled by Ama Biney and Adebayo Olukoshi, Cape Town, Dakar, Nairobi and Oxford: Pambazuka Press, 2010, plus index pp. 253, African and Asian Studies 9 (2010): 385-391.
 

Margaret C. Lee, The Political Economy of Regionalism in Southern Africa, Cape Town, South Africa: University of Cape town Press and Boulder, Co: Lynner Rienner Publishers 2003; 314 pages, with Appendixes, Indexes, and References; paperback, African and Asian Studies 3. 3-4 (2004).

Guy Martin, Africa in World Politics, Trenton and Asmara: Africa World Press, 2002, JEDIRAF, (Volume 5, Nos. 1-2 (2003): 153-162.

Opoku Agyeman, Africa's Persistent Vulnerable Link to Global Politics, San Jose, New York, Lincoln, and Shanghai: iUniversity Press, 2001, JEDIRAF, (Volume 4, Nos. 1- 2):135-142.

Opoku Agyeman, Pan-Africanism and Its Detractors: a Response to Harvard's Race Effacing Universalists. Lewis, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, African Association of Political Science Bulletin. 1998: 98-101.

Jacques Depelchin, De l’Etat Indépendant du Congo au Zaïre Contemporain (1884- 1974): Pour une démystification de l’histoire économique et politique, (Paris: Karthala, 1992), 228 West Africa (July 1993): 228.

Michael G. Schatzberg, Mobutu or Chaos?: The United States and Zaïre, 1960-1990, Africa Notes (April 1993): 3-4.

Kankwenda Mbaya (Ed.), Le Zaire: Vers quelle destinée. Paris: Karthala, 1992, Africa Today Vol. 39, No.3 (1992 3rd Quarter): 92.

Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana, Ecrivains Africains et Identités Culturelles, Tubingen: Stauffenburg-Verlag, 1989, West Africa (1-7 October 1990): 2596-7.

Michael G. Schatzberg. The Dialectics of Oppression in Zaïre. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1988, African Studies Review, Vol. 32, No. 2 (September 1989): 129-130.

Michael H. Glantz (Ed.), Drought and Hunger. London and New York: University Press of America, 1987, African Studies Review, Vol. 31 No.1 (April 1988): 155-156.

Donald Donham and Wendy James (Ed.), The Southern Marches of Imperial Ethiopia: Essays in History and Social Anthropology. London/New York: Cambridge University Press, African Studies Review, Vol. 30 No. 2 (June 1987): 155-156.

An Extensive Review of Samir Amin, Eurocentrism. New York: Monthly Review Press 1988, the Pan-African Liberation Platform Journal, London.

(F) Forewords in Books

Préfacé par Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo, écrit par André Mbata Mangu, Hommage à Nelson Mandela: Leçons de Leadership pour les Dirigeants Africains et du Monde Présent et à Venir, Kinshasa, DRC: IDGPA, 2014.
 
Foreword by Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo, Authored by Rita Kiki Edozie, Reconstructing the Third Wave of Democracy: Comparative Democratic Politics in Africa, Lanhan, MD: University Press of America, 2010.

Foreword by Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo, Edited by Seifudein Adem, Japan, a Model and a Partner: Views and Issues in African Development, Leiden and Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2006.

(G) Work in Progress

(1) “Dynamics of the Political Economy of the ‘BRICS’ Countries with a Special Reference on South Africa: An Alternative to Neo-Liberal Economic Model or A New Packaging of the Heterodox Policies of the 1980s?,” A Chapter contribution In (Co- Editors) Darryl Thomas, Linda Mhando, Yenika-Agbaw, and Charles Lumpkins, Africa in the Americas and African Americans in Africa: the Shifting Boundaries of Citizenship in the 21st   Century, The Pennsylvania State University Press.

(2) A Book Manuscript on “Contemporary China and Africa Relations.”

(3) A Book Manuscript on Politics of Emerging States: BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa).

(4) Each year between 2011 and 2016, I was invited by the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP), to participate as a Researcher in Workshop Series on “Cultures of Development,” Organized and Sponsored by IDEP, Dakar Senegal. Three Book Volumes, including my contributions are in the process of being published out of these workshops;

(H) Monographs/Books

Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo and Jacqueline Lumumba, Hommage et Honneur au Professeur Emile Luhahi A Niama Luhahi: La Vie d’un Intellectuel Diligent: Un Commentaire Réflectif sur La Signification de Ses Diverses Contributions à Son Peuple, Kinshasa, Répubique Démocratique du Congo: Editions M. E. S, 2016.

SERVICES TO PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS AND ASSOCIATIONS

Since September 2017 Member of the Advisory Board of the Global
Comparative Education: Journal of the
World Council of Comparative
Education Societies (WCCES), Published by
the World Council of Comparative Education
Societies.

Since August 2013 Accepted the nomination of the Honorary Distinguished Editor of Bandung: Journal of the Global South, which has started its
 
publications by SpringerOpen in 2014 (three times a year) by the City University of Hong-Kong, CHINA.

Since April 2012 Member of the Editorial Board of Africa Insight: A Quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of the Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA).

Since November 2011 Member of the International Board of the Advisory Research Network: Hong Kong Africa-Asia Research, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, CHINA.

Since 2010 Member of the Board of the Institut pour la Démocratie, la Gouvernance, la Paix et le Développement en Afrique (IDGPA), Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of Congo and  Pretoria, South Africa.

Since November 2001 Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of African and Asian Studies (Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, Netherlands); and also Co-Editor of International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology (Social Sciences Book Series by Brill (2001-2008).

2009-2017 Co-Editor, African Journal of International Affairs/Revue Africaine des Relations Internationales (CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal).

Since 2006 Member of the Executive Committee of the International Political Science Association Research Committee 49 on “Socialism, Capitalism, and Democracy.”

Since September 2004 Appointed Member of Scientific Committee of the Revue Camerounaise de Sociologie et Anthropologie published by Presses Universitaires de Yaoundé, Cameroon.

Since November 2003 Appointed Member of the International Editorial Board of the Journal of Administration, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

June 2003-June 2005 Elected Vice-President of the African Association of Political Science at Continental level and President of the African Association of Political Science—Central African Region and Member of the Executive Committee in the AAPS, in its Biennial Congress in June 2003, Durban, South Africa.

September 1999, Invited by the Organizing Committee of the International Political Association to convene a panel on: “Toward Party Democracy in Africa: Is the International Environment now conducive?” for the XVIII World Congress that was held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, in August, 2000.
 

June 1999 Member of the Regional Organizing Committee of the African Political Science Biennial Congress, which was held in Yaoundé, Cameroon, in June 2001.

Sept. 1999-2006 Member of the Editorial Board of the International Third World Studies Review; Published in Omaha, Nebraska.

Nov. 1998-1999 Member of the Editorial Committee of the Collegiate Press, San Diego, CA, on the text: The New World Politics.

Feb.1998-2002 Co-editor of International Journal of Comparative Sociology IJCS) published in Leiden, The Netherlands.
Since July 1998 In Charge of Research and Book Review and Associate Editor of JEDIRAF (Journal of Comparative Education and International Relations in Africa, published by the CEPARRED, Abidjan,  Côte d’Ivoire).

January 17, 1995 Elected President of the 8th Pan-African World Congress, Cotonou, Benin (West Africa).

1990-1995 Founder of the Association Pan-Africaine de Lutte pour la Justice Sociale et Le Progrès au Congo/Kinshasa (APAJUSCO); Duties: Organizing Workshops, Conferences and Seminars; Creating a network for Pan-African Organizations.

1987-1992 Associate Editor of the Pan-African Liberation Platform (An Independent Quarterly Journal of Progressive and Liberatory Ideas, Patron Mwalimu Julius Nyerere, London.
CONFERENCES, PRESENTATIONS AND MEETINGS
July 23-24, 2018 Invited by The Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute and Archie Mafeje Research Institute, University of South Africa (UNISA) to present two seminars on: “Ubuntu and Pan- Africanism: The Dialectics of Learning about Africa”
and “Pan-African Curriculum in Higher Education: A Reflection,” University of South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa.

June 18-20, 2018 Invited by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Southern African Office and African Union, Southern African Office to attend the Conference on "Corruption and the Challenge of Economic Transformation in Southern Africa;” The paper I presented was entitled: “A Reflection on Anti-Corruption Discourse in Africa: The Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo within a Framework of its Constitutionalism, A Historical Perspective;” It was held in Gaborone, Botswana.
 
November 18-19, 2017 Invited by The Wong Center for the Study of Multinational Corporations and the School of Advanced International and Area Studies, East China Normal University to attend the Conference on the Topic of “The Political Economy of China’s Maritime Skill Road;  the paper I presented:  “China-Kenya Relations with a Focus on the Maritime Silk Road Initiative;” The Conference was held in the School of Advanced International and Area Studies, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.

June 23-24, 2016 Invited and attended the Conference on “the Implementation of Modern African Constitutions: Challenges and Prospects;” my presentation was on the case of the Republic Democratic of Congo (DRC). University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa;

July 23-28, 2016 Attended the 24th International Political Science Association Congress on “Politics in a World of Inequality;” I served as Discussant on the theme entitled: “Democratic Practices, Economic Inequalities, and Policy of Distribution of the World Resources;” Also I chaired the Panel entitled: “The Impact of the Welfare States and Policies on Labor, Work, and Peasantry,” Poznan, Poland.

October 1-2, 2015 Invited and attended an International Colloquium on “Knowledge And Change in the African University” held at University of Johannesburg; the paper presented: “Exploring Pan African Curriculum in Higher Education: A reflection.” Pretoria, South Africa.

October 15, 2015 Invited by the Institute for African Development, to make a Presentation in its seminar on “Advanced Research Project on Conflicts, Peace, and Stability in the Great Lakes Region of Africa;” Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA.

July 31-Augutst 2, 2015-Attended International Symposium on “Africa and Asia Entanglements in Past and Present: Bridging History and Development Studies,” organized by Kansai University and Faculty of Economics; the paper presented: “Africa and Japan Relations: New TICAD, International Cooperation and Post 2015,” It was held in Osaka, Japan.

June 8-12, 2015  Attended  the  CODESRIA  General  Assembly;  The   Paper   presented: “The BRICS (Brazil, Russia India, China and South Africa): A Search for Multipolarity or Integration to Liberal Unipolar System?,” Dakar, Senegal.

March 8-11, 2015, Attended the Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society. The paper presented: “Education for Peace and Security in Great Lakes Region of Africa Within the Context of Ubuntu: A Critic of Unipolarity.” And also I participated in Ali A. Mazrui Memorial Roundtable General Pool,
 
My presented was on “Ali A. Mazrui’s Intellectual Legacy in Social Sciences.”

September 24-27, 2014-Attended the Conference on Peace in the Great Lakes Region of Africa as the Convener and Coordinator of the CODESRIA’s Advanced Research Project on “Conflicts in the Great Lakes Region of Africa;” It was held in Kinshasa, Democratic of Republic of Congo.

August 7, 2014 I was invited by the White House to participate in a meeting on “The  Role of Diasporans in Investing in Africa,” a Platform of the Leaders Summit for African Diasporan Leaders. It was held in The White House, Washington, District of Columbia, USA.

July 30th, 2014 I was invited by the White House to attend the Presidential Summit for Young African Leaders, The White House,  District  of  Columbia,  USA.

July-19-24, 2014 Attended  the  23rd       World  Congress  of  the  International  Political Science Association; Paper presented: “Rethinking Peace, Security and the Post-Conflict Reconceptualization in the Great Lakes Region of Africa: A Multipolar Perspective;” I also served as discussant on the Panel entitled: “Global Governance and Local Sovereignty;” I also served as chair of the panel: “Global Governance: For Whom? By Whom?, Montreal, Canada.

20-21 May, 2014 Attended the Inaugural Conference of A New Springer Open Journal–Bandung: Journal of the Global South on the theme: “Envisioning South-South Relations and Development: Past, Present and Futures;” I presented the paper on “Rethinking the Bandung Conference in an Era of Unipolar Liberal Globalization and Movements Toward a Multipolar Politics;” City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.

April 4-5, 2014 Attended the Annual Conference of the New York State African Studies Annual Conference; Chaired the Panel entitled: “Globalization, Business, Service and Occidentalism;” My presentation was on: “Mao Zedong Revisited Political Thought: Any Lessons for the Current Africa-Asia Relations?,” State of University of New York, Cortland, New York.

March 10-15, 2014 Attended the Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society (CIES); My presented was on: “Confucius Institutes in Africa in the Era of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): Knowledge Transmission and the Chinese Cultural Influences in Africa,” Toronto, Canada.

October 13-15, 2013 Attended the World Social Science Forum on “Social Transformation and the Digital Age;” My presentation was on
 
“Africa and Asia Relations: New Re-configurations of the Global Relations,” Montreal, Canada.
August 29-Sep. 1, 2013-Attended the Annual Conference of the American
Political Science Association, which was held in Chicago, Illinois.

April 3-6, 2013, Attended the 38th Annual Meeting of the New York
African Studies Association at the University of Binghamton,New 
  York, U. S. A.  I also served as the Discussant on the Panel
  of “the Land Reforms in Africa;” I also presented a paper on the
  “Case of the Land Reforms in the Democratic Republic of Congo.”

March 12-15, 2013 Attended the Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society (CIES), which was held in New Orleans,
Louisiana, U.S.A. As a member of Jury of Education Research in
Africa of the ADEA, I presented the report of the Jury to the Executive Committee and Scientific Committee of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA), which is a member of the CIES.

July 8-12, 2012 Attended the 22nd    International Political Science Association World Congress; My presentation was on “Dynamics of the Political Economy of the BRICS Countries with a Special Reference on South Africa: An Alternative to Neo-Liberal Economic Model or New Packaging of the Heterodox Policies of
the 1980s?,” held at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid at the Moncloa Campus, Madrid, Spain.

February 24-25, 2012 Wrote a Paper on “The Dynamics of the Political Economy of the ‘BRICS’ Countries with a Special Reference on South Africa: An Alternative to Neo-Liberal Economic Model or A New Packaging of the Heterodox Policies of the 1980s?” for the Conference of the New  York  State  African  Studies  Association  37th        Anniversary, which was held at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, U.S.A. The paper was read by Professor Locksley Edmondson.

December 5-9, 2011   Attended both the 13th    General Assembly of Council for Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and the meeting of the CODESRIA Journal Editors, held in Rabat, Morocco.

Sept.16-17, 2011 Invited to participate in the City University of New York (CUNY) Young African Leadership Symposium 2011. My presentation was on “Dialectics of a New African Leadership in the 21st   Century,” CUNY Brooklyn College, Graduate Center for Worker’s Education, New York, New York.
 

June 20-22, 2011 Attended CODESRIA’s Conference on “Two Decades of Democracy in Africa” held in Dakar, Senegal. My presentation was on “African Constitutions, Liberal Democracy and
Forms of Governance: Theoretical Interrogation and Policy Implications.”

May 1 - 5, 2011 Attended the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative & International Education Society: Paper presented: “Africa-Asia Relations since the end of "unipolar" globalization: Focus on Education and Research; At Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth in Montréal, Québec, Canada.

March 25-26, 2011 Presented a paper entitled: “A Theoretical Perspective on Capitalism and Welfare States and Their Responses to Inequality with a Focus on Gender: What Lessons for Africa?,” at the New New York State African Studies Association Annual Conference, which was held on the campus of the SUNY Oneonta, New York.

March 22, 2011 Invited lecture by Professor Judy Dushku of Suffolk University, Department of Government, to give a lecture to her Government 383/Government 684. The topic of his lecture was on “Democratization in Africa,” Boston, Massachusetts.

March 2, 2011 Participated in Open Roundtable Presentations on “China in the World: Regional Responses;” My Presentation was on
“Africa’s Responses,” Suffolk University, Boston, Massachusetts.

April 23-24, 2010 Attended the New England Political Science Association Conference, the paper presented was:  “Japan-Africa Relations with the focus on Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD),” New Port, Rhode Island.

March 26-27, 2010   Attended the 2010 New York African Studies Annual Conference  in which I presented the paper entitled: “China-Africa Relations: Neo-Imperialism or Neo-colonialism?.” The Conference was held on campus of Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York.
November 10-12, 2009-Attended the 2009 Annual Conference of CODESRIA Journal Editors. The theme was“ CODESRIA Journals as Forums for Scholarly Debates informed by and relevant to African Realities;” The Conference was held on in Dakar, Senegal.

July 12-17, 2009 Attended the World Congress of the International Political Science Association which was held in Santiago, Chile; Paper presented was: “Dialectics of State-Societal Contestation in Liberal
 
Democracy in Africa: A Reflection on Electoral Processes and Constitutional Amendments.” I also served as chair on the panel entitled: “Discontent with Global Capitalism: Globalization as an Ideology”; and I also served as discussant on the panel on “Discontent with Global Capitalism: Another World is Possible.” Santiago, Chile.

December 2008 Attended the 12th General Assembly of CODESRIA on “Governing the African Public Sphere;” Paper presented: “The National Project as a Public Administration Concept: The Problematic of State Building in the Search for New Development Paradigms in Africa.” Yaoundé, Cameroon.

July 2008 Attended the Annual Conference of CODESRIA Journals on the theme: “Identifying and Confronting the Challenges Facing CODESRIA Journals in the 21st   Century,” Dakar, Senegal
(West Africa).

February 2008 Attended   the   9th          Annual   Conference   of   Global   Development Network held in Brisbane, Australia. My presentation was on “Conflict Prevention in Africa, Specifically the Case of the Congo;” I also participated also on the workshop on “Fragile State;” My participation was sponsored by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Tokyo, Japan.

December 2007 Attended a workshop on the Mission of Public Higher Education. My presentation was on "the Idea of Public University in Africa." I also served as a discussant of the paper on “Challenges for Higher Education in Africa, Ubuntu and Democratic Justice” and the workshop was and sponsored by he Social Science Research Council, New York, New York.

November 2007 Attended a workshop on "Conflict Prevention and Development Cooperation in Africa: A Policy Workshop," the workshop was held in Wilson House, Steyning, Brighton, England; it was co- sponsored by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Tokyo and the United Nations Development Programme, New York. I served as the discussant on the panel on the “Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo” and also I chaired a Plenary Session on "Economic Management for Conflict Prevention;"

July 2007 I attended the Conference organized by the International Political Science Association (IPSA) Research Committee on the theme of “Socialism, Capitalism, and Democracy” and hosted by the American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy (AGSIRD) in Paris, France; Paper presented: "Toward a Critical Understanding of the Practices and Values of Liberal Democracy in Africa with a Particular Attention to the Third or the Fourth Term Presidential Phenomenon;"
 

July 2007 I attended the "Second European Conference on African Studies" organized by the African Studies Center in Leiden, the Netherlands;

October 2007 I attended the second meeting of the United Nations Development Programme-Africa Region on "Human Development Report," Nairobi, Kenya.

June 2007 I attended the United Nations Development Programme-Africa Region’s "Meeting of the Experts on the First Sub-Saharan Human Development Report," Dakar, Senegal;

April 2007 Panel Discussion on “Sympathetic Partner or New Colonialist— The Case of China and Africa” organized by “the Bridging the Global South” of the New School University, Paper Presented was: “China-Africa’s Relations in the Post-Cold War Era: Dialectics of Rethinking South-South Dialogue,” New York City, New York.

November 2006 Invited Lecture on “Current Japanese Politics, “ Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts.

July 10-15, 2006 I attended the World Congress of the International Political Science, Association, Fukuoka, Japan: Paper Presented: “Japan’s Economic and Political Relations with Africa since the 1970s and their Implications for Popular Demands for Democracy in Africa: A Preliminary Reflection” and also Chaired the Panel on “Politics and Democracy in Central Africa.” Fukuoka, Japan.

January 10-15, 2006 I was the Keynote Speaker and also participated in the Program of “Shaping New Africa” in the Netherlands. My talk was entitled: “Liberal Democracy in Africa and Its Critics.” I was invited by the Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa (NCDO), SAHAN Consultancy (NiZA), and the Centre for International Development Issues Nijmegen (CIDIN). The program was held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

December 6-10, 2005 Attended the CODESRIA 11th General Assembly Held in Maputo, Mozambique (Southern Africa) and the topic of my
Presentation was: “A Reflection on Welfare State within the Context of Liberal Globalization in Africa: Is the Concept Still Relevant in the Search for Social Progress Policy Alternative in Africa?”

June 26-30, 2004 Co-chaired the 30th Anniversary Conference of the African Association of Political Science held in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The theme of the Conference was “Africa’s Responses to the Challenges of Conflict and Governance: Decade of Expectations.” I also chaired several individual panels.
 
March 24-26, 2004 Invited by Africa Institute of South Africa, A South African Government Research Center, to participate in the conference on “10 Years After Apartheid;” I chaired the panel on “Pan-African Perspectives on South African Development;” Pretoria, South Africa.

July 2003 Invited presentation on “the Development of Education in Francophone Africa” to the Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan.

June 2003 Attended and delivered a paper on: “Reflections on Principles and Values of Liberal Democracy and International Debt Issues: Can They Singularly or Together Engender New Developmental Paradigms  in  Africa?,  the  14th      Biennial  Congress  of  the  African Association of Political Science, Durban, South Africa. And I also chaired the panel on “NEPAD and the African Union.”

December 8-13, 2002 Attended and delivered a paper on “Reflections on International Debt and Democracy in Africa,” the 10th    Conference of the
. General Assembly of CODESRIA, Kampala, Uganda (East Africa).

June 19-25, 2001 “Reconceptualizing the State as the Leading Agent of Development in the Context of Globalization in Africa,” paper written and read for the African Association of Political Science Biennial Conference held in Yaoundé, Cameroon on June 19-25, 2001.

Dec. 11-16, 2000 “Reflections on Liberal Democracy and International Debt Issues in Post-Cold War Africa: Which Way Out?,” paper read by the chair of the panel at the International Conference on Debt held in the Centre Africain d’Études Supérieures en Gestion (CESAG) Dakar, Senegal.

August 2/3, 2000 Co-chair of the panel: “The Welfare States and  Developing  Countries,” XVIII World Congress of the International Political Science Association, held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

August 3, 2000 Convener and chair of the panel: “Toward Party Democracy in Africa: Is the International Environment now conducive? Vers une démocratie de parti en Afrique; L’environnement international est- il propice? XVIII World Congress of the International Political Science Association, held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

August 4, 2000 Discussant of the panel: “Capitalism, Restructuration and Politics/Capitalisme, restructuration et politique,” XVIII World Congress of the International Political Science Association, held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

26-28 July, 2000   Invited to the Constitution-Making Conference in Southern Africa; The paper written and submitted was “Constitutional Experiences in Central Africa” Harare, Zimbabwe.
 
February 2000 Invited by the Institute for African Development, Cornell University to give a public lecture on: “Re-conceptualizing the State as an Agency of Social Progress: The Case of Africa, ” Ithaca, New York.

February 2000 Invited by Professors Dan Schultz and Maryanne Felter to give a lecture on “Comparative Dimensions of the Implications of Colonialism in Africa with a Particular Reference to the Democratic Republic of Congo,” Cayuga Community College, Auburn, New York.

October 1999 Invited   by   the   Organizing   Committee   of   the   31st Annual Conference of the African Heritage Studies Association to give a talk on its plenary session. Paper presented “Political Conflicts and Pan-African Issues in the 21st     Century.” The Conference was held at Clarion Hotel, One Sheraton Drive, Ithaca, New York.

December 1999 Invited by the Chairman of the Ph.D./MA Program in Political Science, Graduate School and University Center The City University of New York, to give public lectures on “The Agricultural Policy in Tanzania as the Foundation of Julius Nyerere’s African Socialism: What Should Be Learned at the End of Cold War Era,” New York City, New York.

June 1999 Invited as the keynote speaker for the Juneteenth Day Celebration; the title of the speech was: “Global Values and Diversity as Human Rights: Imperatives for Building the World in the 21st Century with Confidence and a Sense of Direction the Auburn Human Rights Commission, Auburn, New York.

June 1999 Attended and delivered a paper at the 12th    African Political Science Congress. The title of the paper: “Capitalism and Liberal Democracy as Forces of Globalization with a Reference to the Paradigms behind the Structural Adjustment Programs in Africa,” Dakar, Senegal.

July 19-24, 1999 Invited by the Association of the African Women Researcher for Development in Africa (AAWORD) to attend Its Fifth General Assembly and Seminar of that was held on in Dakar, Senegal. The paper presented was “Theoretical Perspective on Capitalism and Welfare States and Their Responses to the Question of Social Inequality with a Particular Attention to Gender Inequality: What Lessons for Africa?”

On May 6-8, 1999      I participated in the 53rd    Annual Conference of the New York State Political Science Association as Chair and Discussant of two panels: (1) “Social Movements and organizations”; and (2)
 
“Supranationalism in Post-Cold War Europe;” The conference was held on the Campus of St. John’s University, Jamaica, New York.

April 17, 1999 Invited by the Organizers of the New York State Annual Conference held on the Campus of New York State University at Oswego to chair the panel on “War and Politics in Africa” and I also presented a paper on “Conflict in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.

May 1998 Chair and Discussant of Two panels: “The Political Economy of Development” and “Populism, Legalism and Justice in Latin America and Africa,” New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Sage Graduate School of Sage Colleges, Albany, New York.

April 1998 Invited lecture, “Search for New Paradigms Towards the Reconstruction of the State and Society in Post-Cold War Africa: Perspective on the Democratic Republic of Congo,” Cornell University, the Institute for African Development, Ithaca, New York.

March 1998 Invited lecture, “Comparative Colonial Experiences in Africa with an Emphasis on the Case of Congo,” Cayuga Community College, Auburn, New York.

November 1997 Invited Lecture, “From the Congo to Zaïre back to the Congo: the Reconstruction of the State and the Society,” Cornell University, Africana Studies, Ithaca, New York.

August 1997 International Political Science Association 17th Congress; paper read: “Nationalism and Multipartyism in Africa,” Seoul, South Korea.

June 1997 The African Association of Political Science Congress; Paper read: “Ethnicity and Democracy in Africa,” Durban, South Africa.

April 1997 “Ethnicity and Nationalism in African Politics,” Paper written for the 29th Annual Conference of the African Heritage Studies Association; It was read by Abdul Nanji in Richmond, VA.

March 1997 Invited lecture: “Ethnicity and nationalism in Africa Politics,” Fingers Lakes Community College, Canandaigua, New York.

September 1996    Invited lecture: “An Understanding of the Colonial History: The    Case of the Belgium Congo,” Cayuga Community College, Auburn, New York.

January 1996 Moderator and member of the Organizing Committee of the Third International Conference on “Ecovillage and Ecocity.” Paper presented: “Theoretic and Historic Perspectives on Ecovillage and Ecocity,” Yoff, Dakar, Senegal (West Africa).
 
December 1995 Invited Public Lecture entitled: “Les Relations socio-politiques entre la France et l’Afrique: Une approche historique,” by the Department of French in Ithaca High School, Ithaca, New York.

September 1995 Invited Public  lecture  entitled:  “Ethnicity  and  Nationalism  in  African Democratic Discourses,” by the Department of International Studies, SUNY-Cortland, New York.

August 1995 International Political Science Association, Research Committee on Political Philosophy’s Conference on “Political Identities,” Paper read: “Search for Political Identity and  Multiparty Autocracy in Côte d’Ivoire,” Harare, Zimbabwe, (Southern Africa).

August 1995 The African Association of Political Science Congress, Paper read: “ Catholic Church: A Collaborationist or an Agent of Social Change in Zaïre,” University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

March 1995 Invited Public Lecture entitled: “Multipartyism and Democracy in Africa: A Lesson for All of Us,” by University of Illinois W.M.C.A’s Program at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

January 1995 Attended an International Conference on “Traditional Powers and Democracy in Africa,” Cotonou, Benin (West Africa).

October 1994 Moderator, “The International Support for Local Initiatives,” The World Food Day Symposium was on: “Swords Into Plowshare: Local Peace Initiatives in Africa,” organized by the Institute for African Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

October 1994 Seminar on “Dilemmas of Developing Countries,” organized by Cornell University for Board of Trustees and Cornell University Council 1994 Annual Meeting, The paper read: “Africa in World System: an African Perspective,” Ithaca, New York.

August 21-26, 1994 Attended the 16th World Congress of International  Political  Science Association, Berlin, Germany.

April 1994 The New York African Studies Association, hosted by Cornell University Africana Studies Research Center Discussant on “Political Development and Democratization: Colonial Legacies,” Ithaca, New York.

April 1994 The 21st Meeting of the African Heritage Studies Association; paper read: “Why Should Africa Be Democratized,” Chicago, Illinois.

March 1994 Invited by the Bookery, Ithaca, Public lecture on “Why Should Africa be Redefined?;” Ithaca, New York.

February 1994 13th Annual Meeting of the Global Multicultural Dimensions organized by the Institute of Global Studies, Binghamton University, chair and discussant on “Africa, Left and Right after the Cold War,” Binghamton, New York.
 
January 1994 Invited by the World Resources Institute to participate in its project on Sustainable Development in 2050, Paper read: “The Dynamics of the Political and Economic Relations between African and Foreign Powers,” Santa Fe, New Mexico.

October 29-31, 1993 Annual Conference of the Global Multicultural Dimensions of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Africana, Christian, Greek, Islamic, Jewish, Indigenous and Asian Traditions and Modern Political Social Thought organized by the Institute of Global Cultural Studies, paper read: “Ideological Basis of Multipartyism and Current form of African Democracy,” Binghamton University, SUNY, Binghamton, New York.

April 1993 The 20th Anniversary of the African Heritage Studies Association; Paper read: “Pan-Africanism and the African Economic Community in 2025?,” Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

March 1993 Invited Public Lecture, Institute for African Development, Cornell University,“ Liberia-United States Economic Relations: Social and Political Impact on Liberia, Ithaca, New York.

January 1993 International Conference on West African Integration, organized by sponsored by International Development Research Centre (IDRC); Paper read: “The Rise of Social and Political Movements: A Challenge for Regional Integration or A Factor of Real Cooperation within ECOWAS?” Dakar, Senegal (West Africa).

December 1992 Invited Public Lecture, Institute for African Development, “Clinton and Africa: What Should We Expect,” Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

November 1992    Invited Public Lecture, Institute for African Development, “The     Rise of Nationalism and Politics of Regional Economic Integration in Africa,” Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

October 1992 The Conference on Somalia: Human Disaster and World Politics, Chaired the Section on “Human Disaster in Somalia Today,” sponsored by the Institute for African Development, The Africana Studies Research Centre, The Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

April 1992 Invited presentation on “The Prospects of Democracy and Multiparty Politics in Africa,” Institut Biblique, Yamoussoukro, Côte d’Ivoire (West Africa).
February 1992 Seventh General Assembly of CODESRIA. The theme: “Democratization Processes in Africa: Problems and Prospects,” Dakar, Senegal (West Africa).

November 1991 Invited Public Lecture, Institute for African Development, Cornell University, “The Struggle for Democracy in Zaïre”, Ithaca, New York.
 
October 1991 The Conference on Refugees and Displaced Persons in Africa: From Emergency Relief to Food Security and Development, Paper read: “ A Perspective on The Refugee Problem in the Context of the Collapse of an African State: The Case of Liberia,” The Institute for African Development and The Africana Studies and Research Centre, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

October 1991 Invited Public Lecture, Institute for African Development, Cornell University, “The Regional Organizations within the Context of Popular Movements in Africa: The Case of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

September 1991 Invited Lectures (2), “Women of Africa and of the African Diaspora in Liberation Movements,” Africana Studies and Research Centre/Women Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

April 1991 The Annual Conference of the African Heritage Studies Association. Paper read: “Africa and Europe: Belgium and  Africa,” Clark Atlanta College, Atlanta, Georgia.

November 1990 Guest-Lecture, “The Political Economy of the Post-Colonial Relations between Zaïre and Belgium,” Ralph Bunche Institute on United Nations, The Graduate School, The City University of New York, New York.

November 1990 “The Current Developments in the South African Politics after the release of Nelson Mandela from prison,” Guest Lecture Millbrook High School, Millbrook, New York.

October 1990 Read a paper on “Difficulties on how to do research on social movements and political pluralism in Africa,” The Annual Meeting of the New England Council of Black Studies Vassar College, New York.

October 27, 1990 Moderator, “The Peasant Question and the Contemporary Crisis,” in the Conference on African Economic Crisis” held at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York.

April 1990 Read a paper on “Gorbachevism: Glasnost, Perestroika and New Thinking of Pan-Africanism,” New York Political Science Annual Meeting, New York State University at Albany, New York.

December 1989 Participated in the Conference on “Rethinking Marxism, Organized by the Association for Economic and Social Analysis, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts.

November 1989 Guest lectures (4 lectures) on “Women and Development and Educational Policy in Developing Countries,” in the classes on “Women in Africa” and “Education and Development in Third World,” Bard College, Annandale-on Hudson, New York.

September 1989 Moderator and Chair, “Africa Today and Tomorrow,” The Annual Meeting of the New York African Studies Association,
 
New York State University College of New Paltz, New Paltz, New York.

August/ September 1989 Presentation on “Politics of Authenticity and Its Policy Implications in Africa: the Case of Mobutu's Regime in Zaïre,” Third International Congress on Tradition and Modernization in Africa Today, Budäpëst/Gödöllö, Hungary.

June 1989 “Educational Reforms in Côte d'Ivoire within the Context of Economy and the State,” Institute for International Studies in Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

May 1989 Annual Meeting of the Sudan Studies Association; Paper read: “The Struggle for Democracy in the Sudan: the Case of the Sudanese Communist Party, “Providence, Rhode Island.

April 1989 Annual Meeting of New York Political Science Association Paper read: “The Struggle for Democracy in Africa: the Case of Burkina Faso,” New York University, New York.

August- Sept. 1988 Roundtable Discussion, “The Role of the African Association of Political Science,” in International Political Science Congress and The Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.

March 1988 Annual Meeting of Comparative and International Education Society, Atlanta, Georgia; Paper written and which was read by Mark Ginsburg: “Educational Reform in Côte d’Ivoire;”

October 1987 Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association Colorado, Denver; Discussant on “Political Thought and Political Influence in Africa.”

May 1987 Annual Meeting of the New York African Studies Association, Mercy College, New York; Paper read: “Economic Community of West African States: Dependency or Integration?”

April 1987 Annual Meeting of New York Political Science Association, Graduate School, New York University, Paper read: “The Ideological Trends in African Politics: The Case of Togo,” New York City, New York.

March 1987 Guest Lecture at Framingham South High, Framingham, Massachusetts; Topic: “Terrorism and the World Order,” Framingham, Massachusetts.

March 1987 Annual Meeting of Comparative and International Society, Washington, D.C. Discussant on “Educational Policies and Planning in Africa.”

March 1986 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Paper read: “The Claims and the Failures of the Military Regimes in Africa: the Case of Liberia,” San Antonio, Texas.
 
April 1985 Annual Meeting of Comparative and International Education Society,; Paper Presented: “The Silent Crisis in International Transfer of Knowledge in African Societies and Their Education Systems: A Theoretical Perspective;” Stanford University, California.

April 1985 Invited Presentation: “The U.S. Foreign Policy towards Africa,” Africana Studies Program, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York.

March 1984 Annual Meeting of Comparative and International Education Society, University of Houston, Texas. Papers read: “Education as an Instrument of Underdevelopment: The Case of the Congo- Kinshasa (Zaïre/DRC)”: and “The Role of African Universities: the Case of Liberia;” Houston, Texas.
September 1983 Discussant in a three-day seminar on “Nasser and Pan-Africanism,” sponsored by the Embassy of Egypt in Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

September 1983 Public Lecture on “Behavioralism in Political Science: a  Methodological Debate.” the Department of Political Science Seminar, University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

September 1983  Guest  Lecture:  “Reflection  on  Teaching  Political  Science  in  Africa: Expectations and Dilemmas,” Cuttington University College, Suakoko, Liberia (West Africa).

October 1983 Read a Paper on “Planning, Modernization and Agricultural Development in Africa,” Department of Planning, University of Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

January 1983 Discussant and Rapporteur in the Seminar on “Afro-American and African Connection,” sponsored by the Ford Critical Assessment,” Sponsored Foundation, Universities of Liberia and of Sierra-Leone and Boston University, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

November 1981 Read a paper on “Political Development in Niger since Its Independence,” George Williams College, Illinois.

April 1978 Read a paper on “The Third World Political and Economic Crisis in the 1970s: the Case of Africa,” DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.

CONSULTANCY, GOVERNANCE, AND APPLIED RESEARCH

(A) Governance, Policy Analysis, and Resource Person

Since March 2016 Selected for a Team of Consultant and I have been participating in the African Peer Review Mechanisms of Chad Country Review Mission (The African Union, South Africa).
 
I am participating as a consultant in the theme of Democracy and Political Governance; The first Mission took place in the whole country; N’Djamena, Chad.

March 2016, I was selected to write the Background Paper on Political Governance and Democracy in Senegal, Work of African Peer Review Mechanisms. I submitted the full report in April 2016.

August 5-19, 2015   Selected and participated in the African Peer Review Mechanisms  of Djibouti Country Review Mission (The African Union). I participated as a consultant in the theme of Democracy and Political Governance. The first Mission took place in the whole country; Djiboutiville, Djibouti.

November 17-21, 2014 I was invited by the Institute for Peace and Security Studies, University of Addis Ababa to serve as human resource person on its module 2: “Causes, Dynamics and Consequences of Violent Conflict: The Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo,” Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. I gave several lectures and prepared several scenarios for establishing peace in the country and the region.

In June 2013-2017 -I was selected by the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) in Dakar, Senegal, to be the Coordinator of the Advanced Research and Workshop on the Issues of Peace and Post-Conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes of Africa (11 Countries).

The Coordinator was the Chair of the Selection Committee of the candidates, who have participated in the first workshop and research project. I was also responsible of the scientific and policy dimensions of this project. Its outcome was published in a book, in addition to policy recommendations were proposed to all the governments in the Great Lakes Region. The first workshop was held in Arusha, Tanzania, in August 2013. The second conference on Violence, Security and Peace in the Great Lakes Region of Africa was held in September 2014 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo; This research project was completed in 2017. In Addition to other tasks, I delivered 4 presentations in the workshop and several lectures in Kinshasa. The Coordinator was the Director of this ongoing research project. I supervised all project. Book was edited and published on the main theme of the research.

February 25-26, 2013 Invited by the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Workshop on “IDEP Workshop Series On Cultures Of Development, “Anchoring Development Planning on Culture: Rising to the Challenge,”
 
IDEP’s Special Event at the 2013 FESPACO on African Cinema and Public Policy in Africa; My presentation was on
“Managing Convergence and Divergence in Cultural Engineering and Development Planning;” Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

January 18-19, 2013   Invited by the Tokyo International Conference on Africa Development (JICAD) in London and the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds for the Seminar on “Accelerating the TICAD Initiative: A Policy Advisory Group Seminar Towards TICAD V;” My presentation was on “ ‘African Ownership of Its Development’ in the Context of the TICAD Process,” (I participated through the SKYPE), Held in the Strand Palace Hotel, London, United Kingdom.

August 16-17, 2012 Invited by the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Workshop on “Embedding Culture in National Plans and Long-Term Visions.” My presentation was on “Cultures, Planning, and Endogenous Development in African,” Accra, Ghana.

August 13-14, 2012 Invited by the Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden to participate in a Workshop on Self-determination and Secession: Comparison of South Sudan and Somaliland;” I also chaired the first panel on the same topic, Juba University, Juba, South Sudan.

June 22-23, 2011 Invited by CODESRIA to participate in Mo Ibrahim Foundation Academic Workshop on its Index; My presentation was on “The Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) as A Resource (the Data) and an Instrument of Teaching, Academic and Policy Research,” Dakar, Senegal.

May 20-21, 2011 Invited by The United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Workshop on “Cultures of Development,” My presentation was on “Development in African Cultures: Overcoming the Myths, Reconnecting to the Roots,” Dakar, Senegal.

August-Sept. 2002 Co-Coordinated the CODESRIA Institute of Governance and Democracy in Africa; We Trained the Laureates in conducting research on “Intra-and Inter-state movements and Democracy in Africa,” Dakar, Senegal.

August 1998 Invited by the Ministry of Justice of Namibia (Windhoek, Republic of Namibia) as a resource person to contribute a chapter in a book on Southern African Human Rights Reader as part of the commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights. The UNESCO sponsored the activity.

May 1998 Invited by the United Nations Permanent Consultative Bureau, Political Affairs to participate in a Ministerial Conference on
 
“Security, Peace, and Democracy in Central Africa. In addition to be part of the moderating team, I presented a paper on: “Le Rôle de l’Armée dans la protection des institutions démocratiques et dans le maintien de la paix en Afrique centrale,” Bata, Equatorial Guinea.

March 1992 Rapporteur on “The Dynamics of the Rural Poverty in Africa,” organized by The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa/African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) and sponsored by the United Nations Food Agricultural Organization (FAO), Regional Office, Dakar, Senegal.

January 1991 Discussant and participated in “Liberia: Reconstruction and Unity for the Coming Decades,” a four-day Workshop organized by various African Groups at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

July 1991 Participated and led sessions in the Summer Program on The Current Issues in International Political Economy held at Smith College. The main topics included, the impact of the Structural Adjustment Programs (saps), labor movements, debts, multinational corporations, trade relations between the South and North,agricultural and rural development and democratic movements in developing countries. The Program was organized by the Center for Popular Economics Amherst, Massachusetts.

1989-1990 Consultancy for a Research Project in Dutchess Community College, State University of New York. Project description: The Study of the impact of the Politics of Apartheid on the curriculum in the Black School System in South Africa and how to diversify programs at the College; Project Director: Professor Richard Rietano, Department of Government, Poughkeepsie, New York.

(B) Workshops on Education, Policy, Democracy, Development, and Social Movements July 2006 Seminar, on “The Rise of Democratic Pluralism and Its Implications in Education in Africa,” Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education (CICE), Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan.

June 10-16, 2003 and June 10-16, 2004. Reader in Politics and Government in the Advanced Placement Services, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

June 15-28, 2002 Was selected by the German Exchange Program in New York City among 20 scholars and policymakers from North America (the United States and Canada) to tour Europe and participate in Germany Today (Workshops on Biological and Chemical Sciences, Cloning and Environmental policy issues; and Visits of political and institutions and scientific centers and European Union’s Institutions and Brussels).

August 1996 The Final Stage of the Research Methodology Seminar (CODESRIA) on “An African Perspective on Structural
 
Adjustment Programs,” The paper presented: “The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programs on Higher Education in Africa,” Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (West Africa).

September 1995 Research Methodology Seminar on “An African Perspective on Structural Adjustment Programs,” A research Proposal presented: “The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programs on Higher Education in Africa,” Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (West Africa).

December 1994 United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) workshop on “Gender and Social Development in Africa,” Paper read: “An Overview of Development Approaches in Africa, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

April 1991 A Workshop on the Book Project: “Democracy and Democratization in the Third World,” organized by the Association of the Advancement of Policy, Research and Development in the Third World, Washington, D. C.

October 1990 Initiated and Convened a Three-Day Major Seminar: “The Africa Economic Crisis,” Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York.

July 1990 A Workshop on Social and Political Movements and the Struggle for Democracy in Africa, Read a paper on “Social Movements and the Struggle for Democracy in Liberia,” sponsored by the Council for Development Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Algiers, Algeria (North Africa)

February 1990 Chair, Faculty Debate on “The Release of Nelson Mandela: Its Political Significance and Policy Implications in Africa,” organized by Professor Moses Nkondo and the Africana Studies Program at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York.

September 1989 Initiated the Project for Organizing the Fourth Congress on “Modernization and Tradition in Africa Today” with the Hungarian Institute for African Studies, to be held in 1994 or 95 in Dakar, Sénégal (and Member of the Organizing Committee for the Congress).

1987 to Present Participating annually in the Columbia University Seminars and workshops on “African Political and Economic Conditions, Policy and Change,” Columbia University, New York.

June 1988 Methodological Seminar on Transformation and the Quest for Democracy: Paper presented: “Social Movements and the Quest for Democracy in Liberia: the Case of the Movement for
Justice in Africa (MOJA),” Harare, Zimbabwe. I also Participated in the seminar, “the Political Economy of the State and the Nation- Building in Africa,” (AAPS) Harare, Zimbabwe.

February 1987 Seminar of Inter-African Research Working Group on “Foreign Powers and States in Africa” organized by the Council for Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Sénégal (West Africa).
 
January 1985 Seminar of Inter-African Research Working Group; Research Proposal Presented: "Liberia-United States Economic Relations: a Historical Structural Perspective," Sponsored by the Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Sénégal (West Africa).

February 1984 Participated in the Workshop, “Economic Community of West African States” (ECOWAS), sponsored by the ECOWAS Secretariat, Lomé, Togo (West Africa).

Summer 1983 Participated in A Seminar on “Education Policies in Africa and the Role of Women,” Institute for Higher Education, Law and Governance, Law Center, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, USA.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Invited to be Member of the College of Expert Reviewers of the European Science Foundation Pool of Reviewers (May 2010-2014;also Since October 19, 2016 (http://www.esf.org/home.html);

International Political Science Association; Academy of Political Science (1995-2008); African Association of Political Science (the Organization has not been active since 2008);

Asianetwork; Council for European Studies until 2013; American Political Science Association; Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) African Development Information (1979-82); 

African Studies Association (U.S.A) 1979-83;

Association for the Advancement of Policy, Research and Development in the Third World, (Washington, D.C. 1979-89);

Comparative and International Education Society (1983-1987 and 2014-2015); Development Policy Studies Organization (1985-1995);

New England Council of Black Studies (1987-1990); New York State African Studies Association; Northeastern Political Science Association (1985-87); Sudanese Studies Association in the USA (1989-1993); University Seminars at Columbia University;

RESEARCH AFFILIATE

Since 1983, University of Houston, Institute for Higher Education Law and Governance, Law Center, Houston, Texas. U.S.A

1982-1986, University of Liberia, The Institute of Research, Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).

HONORS AND FELLOWSHIPS

October 1998 Jointly Awarded a Grant of $10,000 from the Rockefeller Foundation in New York City to publish 4 issues of the JEDIRAF (1998-2000) and also $15,000 to organize the second CEPARRED’s seminar in Abidjan in February 1999.
 
October 1996 Jointly Awarded a Grant of $15,000 from the World Bank’s small Grant Program in Washington, D.C. and $39,000 from the Rockefeller Foundation in New York City to organize the first CEPARRED’s seminar in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

From March 1996 I have been chosen for distinguished standing and have been conferred with an honorary appointment to the Research Board of Advisor of Board of the American Biographic Institute, Raleigh, North Carolina.

June 1995-May 1996 Awarded a Grant of $10,000 by the Council for Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA, Dakar, Senegal) and International Development Research Centre (IDRC) in Canada for sponsoring a research project on “The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programs on Higher Education in Africa.”

March 1995 Selected by members of the Editorial and Advisory Boards of International Biographical Centre as an International Man of the Year (1994-95) for Achievement in Political Science and also appointed a member of its Advisory Council, Cambridge, England.
December 1994 Biographical recognition in the upcoming publication of the Fourth World Edition of International Book of Honor of the American Biographical Institute, Inc. Raleigh, North Carolina.
October 1994 Biographical recognition as “Man of Achievement” in the 16th Edition of Men of Achievements, International Biographical Centre, London, England.

1986-1987 Awarded a Grant by International Studies and College Course Programs, Vassar College, to sponsor the Research Project on Political Mapping of Africa, Poughkeepsie, New York.
Summer 1989-90 The Ford Foundation/Vassar sponsorship for research on “Migrations Inter-rurales en Côte d’Ivoire.”
1979-1980 Dissertation Fellowship, University of Chicago
1975-1978 Scholarship, University of Chicago
1973-1975 Scholarship, Harvard University
1968-1972 Governmental Scholarship, Université Libre du Congo

INTERVIEWS AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENTS

July 24, 2014 Interviewed of about an hour by Julien Cuny, the Founder of Reflector Entertainment, and who is directing a Documentary about Democracy in the World; The
 
Documentary will be meant for the grand public, not only for academics. It was targeted for 2016. The interview was held in Montreal, Canada.

August 23, 2013 Interviewed by the journalists of the Tanzanian National television and National Newspaper on the New Research Project on “Peace, Security and Post-Conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes Region of Africa,” Arusha, Tanzania.

January 2006 Interviewed on “African Democracy” by two Journalists (Francophone and Anglophone) of the Dutch Radio in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

June 2003  A Live Television interviewed by the South African Broadcasting Company (SABC) on 13th     Biennial Congress of African Association of Political Science (AAPS).

June 1998  Interviewed by the Local Amnesty International in Ithaca twice on “the Political Conflict in the Great Lakes Region of Africa and Prospect for the Peace” in June on the local Public Television, Channel 13.

May 1997 Interview with Le Nouvel Observateur on “The U.S. and Foreign Policy in Africa,” New York City, New York, USA.

March and April 1997 Two Interviews on the Political Situation in Africa at large and in Congo-Zaïre in particular, The Voice of America, Washington, D. C.

December 1996 Interviewed by La Télévision de Côte d’Ivoire on the role of CEPARRED in Africa, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

March 1995 A host on Public Radio Show with a discussion on “Multiparty, Democracy in Africa,” Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

1994 Invited by the Amnesty International to discuss: “Human Right Issues in Africa” on the Television Channel 13 (Public Channel) in Ithaca, New York.

1994 Interviewed on “the Democratic Movements and Economic Crisis in Africa ”by Klaus Franke, Redakteur, Afrika- Program, Deutsche Welle Radio and TV
International, Berlin, Germany.

1993 Invited by the Amnesty International US to discuss: “Political Situation in Zaïre” on the Television Channel 13 (Public TV Channel) in Ithaca, New York.

1992 and 1993 Two Interviews by the Jamaican Radio (Breakfast Club from Kingston, Jamaica) on the “Political Situation in Zaïre and Liberia” respectively.

REFERENCES:

Professor Rachid Tlemçani 
University of Algiers, Department of Political Studies

Professor Kenneth Prewitt,
The Carnegie Professor of Public Affairs Columbia University;

Professor Marion R. Just,
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Professor Amos Sawyer,
Former President of the Republic of Liberia



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 Dr. Ingo Schmidt from Germany is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Rheumatology (metacarpophalangeal joints) World Cup


 Lucieta Guerreiro Martorano from Brazil is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Climate Change (Precipitation Rate) World Cup


 Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel from USA is World Champion- 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Reservoirs) World Cup


 Professor Elzo Alves Aranha from Brazil is World Champion- 2018 in Business Management (Entrepreneurship) World Cup


 Professor Santiago Nieto Martin from Spain is World Champion-2018 in Research on Education Systems (Educational Research) World Cup


  Dr. Paulo José Menegasso and Dr. André Luis dos Santos Menezes from Brazil are World Champions - 2018 in Educational Research (Visual Impairment) World Cup


 Dr. János Ladvánszky from Hungary wins World Championship - 2018 in Intermodulation Power (Electrical Engineering) out of 56 countries World Cup


 Dr. Osayande Osaretin Julie from Belgium is World Champion - 2018 in Clinical Studies (Genetic Engineering ) World Cup 


World Championship is Biggest World Science Fair  



 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Endoscopic Treatment World Cup


 Dr. Afonin Sergey Mikhailovich from Russia is the World Champion-2018 in Physics (Electromagnetoelastic Actuators) World Cup 


 Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel from USA is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Water Politics) World Cup 


 Dr. Mikhailenko Ilya Mikhailovitch from Russia is World Champion-2018 in Genetics (Genotypes and Phenotypes)


 Dr. Hyun Woo Kang from Korea wins World Championship - 2018 in Nutrition Research (Functional Food) World Cup


  Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo from USA is World Champion-2018 in African Development (Public Administration)



  Dr. Jubilee Purkayastha from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology World Cup



    Dr. Eke Onyebuchukwu Desmond, Dr. Chukwumobi Nkechinyere Anulika, Dr Ernest Ndukaife Anyabolu and Dr Innocent Chukwuemeka Okoye from Nigeria are World Champions - 2018 in Medical Sciences (Social Medicine) World Cup


 Dr. Gopa Saha Roy from India is World Champion - 2018 in Sports Science (Anaerobic Thresholds) World Cup



 Dr. Abosede Adebola Otemuyiwa from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Semiotics World Cup


 Dr. P. Selvavathi from India is World Champion-2018 in Mathematical Analysis (Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation)


 Dr. Claudine NTSAMA MBALA spouse ESSOMBA from Cameroon is World Champion - 2018 in Parasitology (Surgical Site Infections) World Cup


  Dr Ernest Ndukaife Anyabolu from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Hypertension Research (Nephrotic Syndrome) World Cup


 Dr. Belghmaidi Sarah from Morocco is the World Champion -2018 in Medical Science (Corneal Tuberculosis) World Cup


 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Urology (Electrocoagulation) World Cup


World Championship is popularly known as World Science Festival in Europe and Asia


 Professor Gerelmaa Damba from Mongolia is World Champion - 2018 in Business Management (Labor Market Flexibility) World Cup


 Dr. Komi Apélété AMOU from Togo is World Champion -2018 in Sustainable Energy (Solar Radiation Maps) World Cup


 Dr. Félix Fofana N'ZUÉ from Côte d’Ivoire is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in International Finance (Gross Domestic Product Ratio) World Cup


 Dr. Zheng-Chuan Wang from China Wins World Championship -2018 in Physics (Spintronics) World Cup


  Professor Souaïbou FAROUGOU and Dr. SESSOU Philippe are winner of World Championship-2018 in Food Preservation World Cup


 Dr. Ballagere Puttaraju Harini from India is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Biodiversity (Molecular Genetics) World Cup


 Dr. Nilfer Sahin from Turkey is World Champion-2018 in Biomedicine World Cup 


 Dr. Kavit S. Mehta from India is World Champion - 2018 in Microbiological Research (Ethnomedicine) World Cup


 Tri Aru Wiratno from Indonesia is World Champion-2018 in Educational Research (Social Culture Reality) World Cup


Sek. Men. Keb. Pendeta Zaaba, Negeri Sembilan Sek. Men. Keb. Tunku Ampuan Durah, Negeri Sembilan IIUM, Kuantan Campus UNITAR, Kelana Jaya IIUM, Kuantan Campus ICCE, IIUM, Gombak Campus Dr. Saadi bin Ahmad Kamaruddin from Malaysia is conferred with National Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Evolutionary Algorithms) World Cup


 Dr. Bernard Omwoyo Moenga from Kenya is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Participatory Epidemiology World Cup


 Dr. N.D. Zargar from India wins World Championship - 2018 in Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis) World Cup



 Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Sofi from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Rheumatology (Molecular Biology) World Cup


Dr. Dickson Adom from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Research (Ecosystem Conservation) World Cup


 Dr. Kenichi Meguro from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology World Cup



  Dr. Jack Uzezi Gladys from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Educational Research (Peer Group Activities) World Cup


  Dr. Mitra Akbari and Ramin Elmi from Iran are conferred with World Championship -2018 in Medical Science (Immunology) World Cup


Dr. Aaron TetteyAsare from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Plant Breeding World Cup


 Kraleti Lakshmi Yaso Tejaswini from India is World Champion-2018 in Agriculture Sciences (Correlation) World Cup


  Dr Badade Zunjarrao Ganpat from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biochemistry (Oxidative Stress) World Cup


 Shah Imran Ahmed from Bangladesh is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Sociology and Anthropology (Parenthood) World Cup


 Dr. Eng. Satoshi TAKEI from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Nanotechnology World Cup


 Dr. F.Özge MAVİŞ SEVİM from Turkey is World Champion- 2018 in Education (Corrective Feedback) World Cup


 Dr. Maryam Hassana Ati from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Morphology (Crop Production) World Cup


 Dr. Melike Elif Teker from Turkey is World Champion - 2018 in Aortic Coarctation World Cup


  Dr G. Sreenivasan from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Power Quality) World Cup


 Dr. Ekaette Emenike Iroegbu is World Champion - 2018 in Teleconferencing (Educational Research) World Cup


 Dr. Rustam Effendi-YS from Indonesia is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Colorectal Cancer (Molecular Biology) World Cup


Dr. Shashi Khare from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Microbiology (Drug Resistance) World Cup 


 Dr. Justin R. Nayagam from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Plant Biotechnology) World Cup  


 Dr. Manoj Gupta from Singapore is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biomedical Science World Cup


 Dr. Peter SIYAN from Nigeria is the World Champion-2018 in Business Management (Infrastructure Development) World Cup 


Dr. Bakulranjan Jana from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Physico –chemical Characters) World Cup


 Dr. Sanit Srikoon from Thailand is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Learning World Cup 


 Ramadhani Amri Mpasiwakomu from Tanzania is World Champion-2018 in Wild Medicinal Plants World Cup 


 Dr. Jonathan Edward Tetteh Kuwornu-Adjaottor from Ghana is the World Champion -2018 in Social Sciences (Employability Skills) World Cup 


 Jasper Ejobwokoghene Ikpesu from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Toxicology (Industrial Safety)



 Prof Swapna Chaudhuri from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Oncology (Molecular Immunology) World Cup 


 Dr. Justina Ifeoma Ofuebe from Nigeria is World Champion-2018 in Yoga (Educational Research) World Cup 

Mr. Mohammedsaeed Ganjoor from Iran is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Genetics (Aquaculture) World Cup


 Dr. Yasuko Fukaya from Japan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Nursing (Clinical Communication) World Cup 


 Prof. Dr. B.M. Patil from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Proteomics (Mutation) World Cup 


  Prof., MD Tarık Kıvrak from Turkey is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Cardiology (Pulmonary Atherosclerosis) World Cup 


Dr. Diouf cheikh from Senegal is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Surgery (Laparoscopy) World Cup  


Dr. (Ms) Swapnali Hazarika from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Membrane Science World Cup 


Dr. Ubogu Monday from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biological Science World Cup 


 Dr. Halima Zugher Hussein from Iraq is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Agriculture (Detoxification) World Cup 


 Dr. Kendre Govind Manikrao from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Pediatrics (Antiretroviral Therapy) World Cup


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Biopic of World Champion Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo is top most movie script in Hollywood after the recent release of Movies Rami Malek Starred Bohemian Rhapsody (2018), ‎Jamal Woolard‎ and ‎Angela Bassett starred Notorious 2009, Daniel Day-Lewis starred Lincoln 2012, Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, Lorraine Bracco, Paul Sorvino starred Goodfellas (1990), Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes, Caroline Goodall, Jonathan Sagalle and Embeth Davidtz starred Schindler's List (1993), Nixon 1995, The Aviator (2004), JFK (1991) and Young Mr. Lincoln (1939). The biography of World Champion Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel should be taught in syllabus of Environmental Sciences, curriculum of literature (Graduate Studies) and schools as motivational stories.

Where can you find impact of grand leadership of world champion Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo in United States of America?
"Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo" The Iconic Superstar has established new milestones in African Development (Public Administration) across all USA Cities -
Rank
City; State
2010 population
2012 population
Growth / Decline
1
New York City; New York
8,175,133
8,336,697
161,564
2
Los Angeles; California
3,792,621
3,857,799
65,178
3
Chicago; Illinois
2,695,598
2,714,856
19,258
4
Houston; Texas
2,099,451
2,160,821
61,370
5
Philadelphia; Pennsylvania
1,526,006
1,547,607
21,601
6
Phoenix; Arizona
1,445,632
1,488,750
43,118
7
San Antonio; Texas
1,327,407
1,382,951
55,544
8
San Diego; California
1,307,402
1,338,348
30,946
9
Dallas; Texas
1,197,816
1,241,162
43,346
10
San Jose; California
945,942
982,765
36,823
11
Austin; Texas
790,390
842,592
52,202
12
Jacksonville; Florida
821,784
836,507
14,723
13
Indianapolis; Indiana
820,445
834,852
14,407
14
San Francisco; California
805,235
825,863
20,628
15
Columbus; Ohio
787,033
809,798
22,765
16
Fort Worth; Texas
741,206
777,992
36,786
17
Charlotte; North Carolina
731,424
775,202
43,778
18
Detroit; Michigan
713,777
701,475
-12,302
19
El Paso; Texas
649,121
672,538
23,417
20
Memphis; Tennessee
646,889
655,155
8,266
21
Boston; Massachusetts
617,594
636,479
18,885
22
Seattle; Washington
608,660
634,535
25,875
23
Denver; Colorado
600,158
634,265
34,107
24
Washington; DC
601,723
632,323
30,600
25
Nashville-Davidson; Tennessee
601,222
624,496
23,274
26
Baltimore; Maryland
620,961
621,342
381
27
Louisville/Jefferson; Kentucky
597,337
605,110
7,773
28
Portland; Oregon
583,776
603,106
19,330
29
Oklahoma ; Oklahoma
579,999
599,199
19,200
30
Milwaukee; Wisconsin
594,833
598,916
4,083
31
Las Vegas; Nevada
583,756
596,424
12,668
32
Albuquerque; New Mexico
545,852
555,417
9,565
33
Tucson; Arizona
520,116
524,295
4,179
34
Fresno; California
494,665
505,882
11,217
35
Sacramento; California
466,488
475,516
9,028
36
Long Beach; California
462,257
467,892
5,635
37
Kansas ; Missouri
459,787
464,310
4,523
38
Mesa; Arizona
439,041
452,084
13,043
39
Virginia Beach; Virginia
437,994
447,021
9,027
40
Atlanta; Georgia
420,003
443,775
23,772
41
Colorado Springs; Colorado
416,427
431,834
15,407
42
Raleigh; North Carolina
403,892
423,179
19,287
43
Omaha; Nebraska
408,958
421,570
12,612
44
Miami; Florida
399,457
413,892
14,435
45
Oakland; California
390,724
400,740
10,016
46
Tulsa; Oklahoma
391,906
393,987
2,081
47
Minneapolis; Minnesota
382,578
392,880
10,302
48
Cleveland; Ohio
396,815
390,928
-5,887
49
Wichita; Kansas
382,368
385,577
3,209
50
Arlington; Texas
365,438
375,600
10,162
51
New Orleans; Louisiana
343,829
369,250
25,421
52
Bakersfield; California
347,483
358,597
11,114
53
Tampa; Florida
335,709
347,645
11,936
54
Honolulu; Hawaii
337,256
345,610
8,354
55
Anaheim; California
336,265
343,248
6,983
56
Aurora; Colorado
325,078
339,030
13,952
57
Santa Ana; California
324,528
330,920
6,392
58
St. Louis; Missouri
319,294
318,172
-1,122
59
Riverside; California
303,871
313,673
9,802
60
Corpus Christi; Texas
305,215
312,195
6,980
61
Pittsburgh; Pennsylvania
305,704
306,211
507
62
Lexington-Fayette; Kentucky
295,803
305,489
9,686
63
Anchorage municipality, Alaska
291,826
298,610
6,784
64
Stockton; California
291,707
297,984
6,277
65
Cincinnati; Ohio
296,943
296,550
-393
66
St. Paul; Minnesota
285,068
290,770
5,702
67
Toledo; Ohio
287,208
284,012
-3,196
68
Newark; New Jersey
277,140
277,727
587
69
Greensboro; North Carolina
269,666
277,080
7,414
70
Plano; Texas
259,841
272,068
12,227
71
Henderson; Nevada
257,729
265,679
7,950
72
Lincoln; Nebraska
258,379
265,404
7,025
73
Buffalo; New York
261,310
259,384
-1,926
74
Fort Wayne; Indiana
253,691
254,555
864
75
Jersey ; New Jersey
247,597
254,441
6,844
76
Chula Vista; California
243,916
252,422
8,506
77
Orlando; Florida
238,300
249,562
11,262
78
St. Petersburg; Florida
244,769
246,541
1,772
79
Norfolk; Virginia
242,803
245,782
2,979
80
Chandler; Arizona
236,123
245,628
9,505
81
Laredo; Texas
236,091
244,731
8,640
82
Madison; Wisconsin
233,209
240,323
7,114
83
Durham; North Carolina
228,330
239,358
11,028
84
Lubbock; Texas
229,573
236,065
6,492
85
Winston-Salem; North Carolina
229,617
234,349
4,732
86
Garland; Texas
226,876
233,564
6,688
87
Glendale; Arizona
226,721
232,143
5,422
88
Hialeah; Florida
224,669
231,941
7,272
89
Reno; Nevada
225,221
231,027
5,806
90
Baton Rouge; Louisiana
229,493
230,058
565
91
Irvine; California
212,375
229,985
17,610
92
Chesapeake; Virginia
222,209
228,417
6,208
93
Irving; Texas
216,290
225,427
9,137
94
Scottsdale; Arizona
217,385
223,514
6,129
95
North Las Vegas; Nevada
216,961
223,491
6,530
96
Fremont; California
214,089
221,986
7,897
97
Gilbert town, Arizona
208,453
221,140
12,687
98
San Bernardino; California
209,924
213,295
3,371
99
Boise; Idaho
205,671
212,303
6,632
100
Birmingham; Alabama
212,237
212,038
-199


Where can we find transformation of universities by intellectual celebrity "Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo"
The Legend celebrity "Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo" is influencing all 
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class achievements
 
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Adelphi University (adelphi.edu)
Agnes Scott College (scottlan.edu)
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Alabama A&M University (aamu.edu)
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American Graduate School of International Management (t-bird.edu)
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Antioch New England (antiochne.edu)
Antioch University-Los Angeles (antiochla.edu)
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Appalachian State University (appstate.edu)
Aquinas College (aquinas.edu)
Arizona State University (asu.edu)
Arizona State University East
Arizona State University West (west.asu.edu)
Arizona Western College (awc.cc.az.us)
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro (astate.edu)
Arkansas Tech University (atu.edu)
Armstrong State College (armstrong.edu)
Ashland University (ashland.edu)
Assumption College (assumption.edu)
Athens State College
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Auburn University - Montgomery (aum.edu)
Augsburg College (augsburg.edu)
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Augustana College (SD) (augie.edu)
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Austin College (austinc.edu)
Austin Peay State University (apsu.edu)
Averett College (averett.edu)
Avila College (avila.edu)
Azusa Pacific University (apu.edu)
Babson College (babson.edu)
Baldwin-Wallace College (baldwinw.edu)
Ball State University (bsu.edu)
Baker University (bakeru.edu)
Baptist Bible College (bbc.edu)
Bard College (bard.edu)
Barry University (barry.edu)
Bastyr University (bastyr.edu)
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Beaver College (beaver.edu)
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Beloit College (beloit.edu)
Bemidji State University (bemidji.msus.edu)
Benedictine College (benedictine.edu)
Bennington College (bennington.edu)
Bentley College (bentley.edu)
Berea College (berea.edu)
Berklee College of Music (berklee.edu)
Bethany College (CA) (bethany.edu)
Bethany College (WV) (bethany.wvnet.edu)
Bethel College (KS) (bethelks.edu)
Bethel College and Seminary (MN) (bethel.edu)
Biola University (biola.edu)
Birmingham-Southern College (bsc.edu)
Black Hills State University (bhsu.edu)
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (bloomu.edu)
Bluffton College (bluffton.edu)
Bob Jones University (bju.edu)
Boise State University (idbsu.edu)
Boston College (bc.edu)
Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis (bgsp.edu)
Boston University (bu.edu)
Bowdoin College (bowdoin.edu)
Bowie State University (bsu.umd.edu)
Bowling Green State University (bgsu.edu)
Bradley University (bradley.edu)
Brandeis University (brandeis.edu)
Brenau University (brenau.edu)
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 Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. His work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science.


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Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) was an American singer, songwriter, and dancer. Dubbed the "King of Pop", he was one of the most popular entertainers in the world and one of the best-selling music artists of all time. Jackson's contributions to music, dance, and fashion along with his publicized personal life made him a global figure in popular culture for over four decades.



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Known to most Americans as the author of the bestseller, ‘Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly’, Anthony Bourdain was more than a famous chef-cum-author. He became a household name with the success of the book which led to offers to host television programs. In the travel and food show ‘A Cook’s Tour’, aired on Food Network, he traveled to several exotic locations all over the world in search of the perfect meal.

Demi Lovato is one of the few artists who managed to earn a great reputation in the movie industry as well as the music world at a really young age. From being a mere starlet in a few ‘Disney’ productions to become one of the most celebrated singers and actresses of today, Lovato has travelled a long way in her artistic journey. Apart from garnering acclaim from audiences for her roles in movies such as ‘Camp Rock’, Demi has even managed to prove her prowess as a great singer through albums such as ‘Unbroken’, ‘Don’t Forget’ and ‘Here We Go Again’.

Ariana Grande is an American singer and actress who has been making waves world over for her singing prowess. Since a very young age she participated in plays and sang at public events, and gradually decided that she wants to do this all her life. Her first tryst with the world of entertainment was through the ‘Broadway’ musicals ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘The Wizard of Oz’. She was also a part of the ensemble of various television shows, but later Ariana Grande decided to devote her attention mostly towards music.

Aretha Louise Franklin, known as ‘The Queen of Soul’, was the first woman ever to be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She was born in a religious household in Tennessee to Reverend C.L. Franklin. Her mother was a gospel singer. She was interested in music and singing from a very young age and taught herself to play the piano. Her father recognized her talent for singing and started to manage her from the time she was 14, trying to get her a deal with a record company.

John McCain was an American politician who served as a Senator from Arizona. He was the Republican Party’s presidential nominee in the 2008 presidential elections. Born into a military family, he followed his family tradition and joined the U.S Naval Academy, eventually becoming a naval aviator. He took part in the Vietnam War and was almost killed, on a bombing mission over Hanoi, when his plane was shot down and he was taken a prisoner.

Kate Spade was an American fashion designer, businesswoman and the former co-owner of the designer brand, 'Kate Spade New York'. In 2006, she sold her stake in the company. In 2016, she, along with her partners, started a new handbags and footwear brand, ‘Frances Valentine’. Kate Spade has come a long way since she started her career way back in the early 1990s when she worked for ‘Mademoiselle’, a women’s magazine. Working at the accessories department of the magazine, Spade realized the need for stylish handbags.

Nick Jonas is an American singer, actor, songwriter and producer best known as one-third of ‘Jonas Brothers’, an American pop rock band. He made his debut on Broadway at seven and penned down a song ‘Joy to the World (A Christmas Prayer)’ with his father when he was just 10. The song got noticed by ‘Columbia Records’ and that led him release his self-titled debut album at the age of 12. The ‘Jonas Brothers’ debut album ‘It’s About Time’ got little success while their breakthrough came with their second eponymous album following which they released two more albums.

Where is United States?
The United States shares international land borders with two nations: The Canada–United States border to the north of the Contiguous United States and to the east of Alaska. The Mexico–United States border to the south.


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IASR is International Agency for Standards and RatingsIASR  officially sets standards in African Development (Public Administration).  IASR is 
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What are Honorary Degree?

Honorary Degree are awarded for recognizing  distinguished contribution by reputed experts in their field. Honorary Degree are superior from academic degree, because they are earned from prestigious contribution, which sets standards for others to follow. Because of well established contribution of Legends, Honorary Degree do not require the candidate to complete course work, and course duration like in academic degree. Indeed, Honorary Degree is 'honor', the best a candidate can be recognized! Examples of Honorary Degree are Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D. This page contains detailed information on how to apply for Honorary Degree and admission procedure.

 

What are highest post-doctoral degrees?

The Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D are the highest post-doctoral degrees.

 

Applications are invited for award of Honorary D.Sc. Degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas.

 

Honorary D.Litt. are awarded in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas.

 

Honorary LL.D. in the discipline of Law and other related areas are awarded to a candidate whose work and research have made distinct contributions to the advancement of knowledge.


Do you know how to apply for Honorary D.Sc.

Honorary Doctor of Science (Latin: Scientiae Doctor), is usually abbreviated Sc.D., D.Sc., S.D., or D.S., is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.  

 

Eligibility for Honorary D.Sc.

 

A candidate who is awarded Honorary Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas by university or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any university may present his/her candidacy for the degree of Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) provided he/she must have:

 

Done Doctoral work in Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas and have published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience and have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his / her  research or contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts in the concerned field and his/her work and effort which should have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.

How to apply for Honorary D.Sc

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Sc.shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

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Name of Program: Honorary D.Sc

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

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• Proof of Patents, If any

 

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Do you know how to get Honorary D.Litt.

Honorary Doctor of Letters (D.Litt., Litt.D., D. Lit., or Lit. D.; Latin Litterarum Doctor or Doctor Litterarum) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.


Eligibility for Honorary D.Litt.

 

A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.) provided that he/she:

 

Done post-doctoral work in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas and has published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience of more than 2 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,

 

Or

 

Ph.D. with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.

How to apply for Honorary D.Litt.

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Litt. shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary D.Litt. 

Name of Program: Honorary D.Litt.

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

Fill up above Application Form and submit online at Email 

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After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary D.Litt. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Litt. by payment of registration fee.


Honorary Ph.D 

Applications are invited for Honorary Ph.D from eminent persons, who have made significant contribution.


Eligibility for Honorary Ph.D

 

A candidate who is awarded Masters degree in any discipline of Arts / Science / Management / Commerce / Engineering / Medical Science / Sports / Pharmacy / Law or other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Ph.D provided that he/she has:

 

Minimum 2 years post Masters Degree experience or has published 3 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Masters degree experience of more than 3 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,

 

Or

 

Masters degree with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.

How to apply for Honorary Ph.D

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary Ph.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary Ph.D 

Name of Program: Honorary Ph.D

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

Fill up above Application Form and submit online at Email 

plojindexing@gmail.com  

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary Ph.D Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary Ph.D by payment of registration fee.


 

Honorary LL.D

Honorary Legum Doctor (Latin: "teacher of the laws") (LL.D; Doctor of Laws in English) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.


Eligibility for Honorary LL.D

 

A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the discipline of Law and related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Doctor of Laws (LL.D) provided that he/she has:

 

Minimum 2 years post Ph.D. teaching experience or Law practice in Court and has published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Have post Master of Laws (LLM), Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) experience of more than 2 years in the discipline of law and related areas, at least three recommendations/referrals of his work or contribution from nationally/internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society in the field of law.

How to apply for Honorary LL.D

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary LL.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary LL.D. 

Name of Program: Honorary LL.D.

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

Fill up above Application Form and submit online at Email 

plojindexing@gmail.com  

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary LL.D. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary LL.D. by payment of registration fee.



 

 

Application for Admission

 

 

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

 Name of Program: ?

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted proposal for the candidacy of Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D Once the proposal is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Sc. / Honorary D.Litt. / Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D by payment of registration fee.

  

Admission Department

Division for Certification and Accreditation

IASR



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