An ICT University USA - Foundations Endowed International Pan-African Journal Publication in Collaboration with the The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques (SMART) in Africa - Published Quarterly and Disseminated Open Access Free
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Barney School of Business
University of Hartford
West Hartford, Connecticut, USA
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Introducing the HUMANITIES Journal
The Humanities, Management, Arts, Education & The Social Sciences (HUMANITIES) journal publishes original articles and in particular, extended papers that are within its scope from papers presented at the International Multidisciplinary Conference on Science, Technology, Education, Arts, Management and the Social Sciences (iSTEAMS Series). It remains the official Journal Publication of the Society for Multidisciplinary & Advance Research Techniques (SMART).
The HUMANITIES Journal brings a distinctive international multidisciplinary perspective on humanities and humanities related research from a medical/scientific perspective as well as theories, issues, frameworks and practice at the nexus of the various subject domains within its scope. Short communications/reviews on arts, education, management, policy research that seeks to employ established (and proposed) educational, humanities and social frameworks to support the achievement of sustainable goals are welcomed. Case studies are also particularly encouraged. Click HERE to access the Paper submission instructions.
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Vol 10. No 3, 2022 Series
Omoniyi, Olutoyin Babatunde, Olasehinde, Timilehin John & Kekeroowo, Isaac Oluwafemi
Adeyemo, F S & Abiona, S.O.
Dasar, D., Polmi, I., Linda, K.Y., Nokshuwan, E.J. & Jari, R.H.
Vol 10. No 2, 2022 Series
Akporherhe Friday (Ph.D) & Udi Peter Oghenerioborue
Ogunyemi, Oluwole I. (PhD)
Monica Omoye Aneni Ph.D
Frank, Patience Olivia, Bambi, Babatunde Ishola & Adeleke, Abimbola Ibukun
Adeleke, Abimbola Ibukun, Bambi, Babatunde Ishola & Frank, Patience Olivia
Vol 10. No 1, 2022 Series
Edom, Eunice Uchechi (PhD, CLN, AWLIN) & Ihim, Christiana C. (CLN, AWLIN)
Banjo, K.A., Oloyede, F.A. & Aduloju, S.A.
Onadipe, O.T., Sulaiman, A.A. & Tuku, P.M
Adesanya, Abel, S. (PhD), Oginni, Babalola O. (PhD) & Damisola, O. Adewunmi
Adebowale, Israel Olukayode (Ph.D)
Adeosun, O.A. (PhD)
Awotomilusi, Niyi S. (PhD) & Owonifari, Victor Olufemi
Fasiku, Adesola Mercy PhD
Vol 9. No 1 & 2 2021 Series
Afonja, J.A., Ajala, O.A. & Adesanya, T.A.
Agbor, S., Ogheneochuko, E. & Egwunyenga, E.
Olomojobi. O.T. (PhD), Morka, E (PhD) & Akintayo, J.B. (PhD)
Okonkwo-Nwakwushue, Justina Ifeanyi a, Nwalia Nduka Johnb & Ihonor, Ogochukwu Christopher
Ofulue, J.I., Nwagwu, L.N. & Ogbu, J.A.
Aderogba, A. A.
Adekunle, Soniudeen Babatunde, Clement, Godwin & Osisanwo, Adetoye Timothy
Vol 9. No 2, 2021 Series
Banjo, K.A. & Oloyede, F.A.
Vol 8. No 2, 2020 Series
Fagbemi, S. A.
Agbor Stephen & Ogana Michael
Nwakuna, Ugochukwu E. &. Edom, Eunice Uchechi (PhD, CLN, AWLIN)
Vol 8. No 1, 2020 Series
Uba, J.U., Udumo, B.O. (PhD), Emmanuel, E.C., & Addo, D.E.
Uchehara, C.C. & Udofia, I.E.
Ibanga, I.J, Mboutidem, E.S. & Ibanga, J.I.
Ahmed El-Murdi Saeed Omar
Vol 7. No 4, December, 2019
Ekpen T. Owie, Ph.D.
Akin Ademuyiwa, PhD & Mathew Taiwo, M.A
Ademola, Emmanuel A. & Ajao, Chukwudumebi Cynthia
Nsisong C. Ekong, 1Augustine M. Imikan, 1Anietie E. Udo, 1Isaac J. Ibanga
Mbagwu, J .U. PhD
Udumo, B.O., Andong, H.A., Uba, J.U. & Odumegwu, K.P.
Vol 7. No 3, September, 2019
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N3P1.......
Brimah, A.B., Adeyemi, K.S. & Brimah, A.N.
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N3P2.......
National Culture and Adoption of Innovation: Implications for Innovators
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N3P3.......
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N3P4.......
Ayanlowo, O.B. PhD
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N3P5.......
Seyi-Gbangbayau, Paul Sonayon & Omoniyi, Oluwaseun Gideon
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N3P6.......
Mbagwu, Joan .U. PhD
Department of Criminology, Security Peace and Conflict Studies, Caleb University, Lagos, Nigeria
Vol 7. No 2, June, 2019
Agbi, B. D. (Ph.D), Lawal, K.A.A (Ph.D) & Ajibola, A.B.
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N2P1
Abdulkareem K.K. Hauwah
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N2P2.......
Ayanlowo, O.B. PhD
Article DOI: dx.doi.org/10.22624/AIMS/HUMANITIES/V7N2P3.....
The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques in Africa
The Society for Multidisciplinary & Advanced Research Techniques in Africa is a forum for addressing the multi-prong challenges that faces Africa and that the world faces today through multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary and inter-tertiary research collaborations.
We seek to increase the influence of multidisciplinary research in Africa through broad-based technology and science driven education that leverages on several streams of learning and research as conduits for knowledge dissemination and skills production. The society also offers a platform for academic and research mentoring, incubation and allied initiatives among professionals by using collaboration and mentoring as viable tools for promoting informed policy on national and international multi-throng research and development issues. Our membership cuts across educators, social scientists academics, scientists, artists, scholars in the humanities, arts, behavioural sciences and other professionals. Organizations and individuals who share a common interest in enabling Africa to participate as knowledge producers and not just knowledge consumers in today’s information age are welcome to join the society.
SMART aims to provide a forum for interaction and knowledge sharing in the teaching, research and practice of Multidisciplinary Research in Africa.
To establish a global network of academics and practitioners who will participate as producers of knowledge on the teaching, research and practice of Multidisciplinary Research in Africa.
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