Fall 2018 Fellows (September - December)
Prof. Akinwande (second left) and the Fall 2018 fellows at the Killian Court, December 2018.
Dr. Abdulkareem Abubakar, Ahmadu Bello University
This program exposed me to so many opportunities which included learning new ways of structuring and delivering course content in a manner that imparts skills of open-ended problem solving to the students.
Dr. Olawale B. AKINWALE, Obafemi Awolowo University
My trip to MIT was very eye-opening .... thanks to the program I am a better lecturer and a better person.
Dr. Mubarak D. MUHAMMAD, Bayero University, Kano
My semester at MIT exceeded my expectations by exposing me to the best content delivery method which enhances creativity and develop problem solving skills in students. I also have a deeper understanding of the structure of the undergraduate Mechanical Engineering Curriculum and how the courses can be structured to produce graduates with the required problem-solving skills.
Dr. Nehemiah S. ALOZIE, University of Lagos
The MIT – ETT program is really empowering as it is expository. MIT is a fast paced-environment, well organized, offering infinite opportunities to learn and develop through diverse people, resources and events.
Spring 2018 Fellows (February - May)
From left to right: Dr. Abubakar, Dr. Diemuodeke, Dr. Uche, and Dr. Ilori
Dr. Obioma U. UCHE, American University of Nigeria
My semester at MIT superseded my expectations .... in addition to all the other benefits the opportunity to form collaborations with faculty who have similar research interests is an invaluable one.
Dr. Ogheneruona E. Diemuodeke, University of Port Harcourt
I am now well informed of my responsibilities as an academic – teaching, research and service to the immediate communities. While I ensure that all the responsibilities are well attended to, I will use the experience gained from the MIT-ETT programme to harmonise all the responsibility for the best impact.
Dr. Olusoji O. Ilori, Obafemi Awolowo University
The program gave me a renewed motivation to teach and learn and also the opportunity to network for scholarly advancement. These opportunities place one in a position to influence the teaching process in Nigeria.
Dr. Usman Abubakar, Ahmadu Bello University