Dr. Samuel Ogba Echem

Lecturer I

Work Information

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Department Fine and Applied Arts
Faculty Humanities

biography (Education/professional experience/professional accomplishments)

Dr. Samuel Ogba Echem currently serves as lecturer 1 at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD in Fine and Applied Arts from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 2018. Dr. Echem’s research areas include Graphics, Photography, and Art education. Dr Echem is a member of Society of Nigerian Artists (SNA) and has participated in several Art exhibitions. Echem has published in many prestigious peer review journals. Dr. Echem has been a member of AE-FUNAI Research Fair Organizing Committee since 2016. Dr Echem’s area of specialization is Graphics, Photography and Art Education. He has 12 years of working experience in well established academic institutions. Dr. Echem has delivered professional lecture topics to his core research interests.

Academic Qualifications

S/N Institutions attended degree(s) awarded year
1 univeristy of nigeria, nsukka phd 2018
2 univeristy of nigeria, nsukka mfa 2010
3 univeristy of nigeria, nsukka b.a 1994
4 alvan ikoku col.of education nce 1990
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research interests

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1 Museums as a Resource in Study of Arts in Abia and Enugu states, South Eastern Nigeria
2 The Exploration of Indigenous and Nigerian Generated Images in Visual Communication Design
3 The Significance of colours in Ohafia Culture
4 The Role of Nkwa Ohafia Culture.
5 The decay of Profession in Graphic Design in the South eastern Nigeria-Abia &Enugu States as a Case Study
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Membership of professional bodies

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1 Society of nigerian artist (sna)
2 rotary international
3 alvana group of arts
4 nsukka art school
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Selected publications (MAXIMUM OF 10, WITH LINKS WHERE AVAILABLE)

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1 the symbolism of kola nut in igbo cosmology: a re-examination.
2 implications of using visual arts as alternative to audio-lingual communication among deaf dumb students.
3 interogation of urban sculptures in enugu with igbo existential doctrines of monies and pluralism for tourism endorsement.
4 art-based quantitative research and the scientific crossroads: a corrective trajectory for sovereignty in arts.
5 eliminating the impact of poor governance and migration through economic transformation in nigeria.
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