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Sub-Saharan Africa Research

Brief Description of Society Activities

The activities of the Society include:

  • Fortnightly meetings and events which include: workshops, presentations, seminars, discussion panels and research support;
  • A regular annual conference to be held at the university for each academic year;
  • During meetings, members will be encouraged to discuss their research and the impact this may have in ensuring the sustainable growth and development of Sub-Saharan African Countries with respect to any of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs);
  • Members are also encouraged to share any new research ideas or concepts they may have;
  • We aim to provide a peer support network for research students;
  • Regular social and networking events to take place each month or every other month.


Meetings Days, Times and Venues

Regular meetings are generally to be held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Student Union Building. Details of rooms are provided at 1 week in advance to members. This may change based on room availability.

Project meetings are generally to be held on the 1st Thursday of each month at a teaching room, where members are also notified of the specific room venue at least one week in advance.


Contact Details

President - Tayo Korede


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