Dr. Samson Olusina Bamiwuye
Office: Room 228, 2rd Floor, Faculty of Social Sciences Building
Samson Olusina Bamiwuye (Ph.D.) is a Demographer and a Statistician with over 20 years of professional experience as a university lecturer, a researcher and as a consultant. He was Head of Department of Demography and Social Statistics, OAU for two years; as the Vice-Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences in 2013/2014 academic session. He also served as a member of Steering Committee of Population and Reproductive Health Programmes of OAU, IFE/Bill and Melinda Gates Partnership between August 1, 2009, and July 31, 2011; and as the representative of Faculty of Social Sciences on the floor of University Senate for four years. Currently, Dr. Bamiwuye teaches Advanced Statistical Techniques, Demographic Techniques, Research Methodology. For several years he has been serving as a resource person in capacity building in the area of Statistical Data Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Research Methodology. Dr. Bamiwuye is a member of several professional bodies like UAPS, IUSSP, PAA, PERN. He has published widely in reputable international journals and has attended several national international conferences. He has also worked as a consultant for several organizations including UNICEF, UNFPA, FHI, CEDPA, NACA, NEPWHAN, and Initiatives Conseil International (ICI), Burkina Faso. Dr. Bamiwuye is a DHS fellow (USA), M&E fellow (USA) and Rostock Fellow at Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany.
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