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As a global leader in modern education, UBIS University seeks to provide a unique forum for dialog and discussion around the challenges facing the world community. Our Genius Stream colloquium events provide a forum for industry leaders to share their personal expertise and insights in some of the most challenging areas of business, technology, sustainability, privacy, and a multitude of important topics.

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Upcoming Events – Dr. Craig Soaries- African-American Oral Tradition: A Study of Linguistic Anthropology – Date and Time To Be Announced

Join Us for a unique Colloquium Event at UBIS with Dr. Craig Soaries

The presentation will explore the disparities between marginalized Saharan college graduates in Kenya and Ghana and successful African Diaspora graduates from a European university in Spain, focusing on educational and socio-economic outcomes. It aims to investigate the underlying social linkages and conditions affecting these outcomes, questioning the relevance of Giddens’ theory of structuration.

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

Venue: ZOOM – 

For information contact Dr. Omari Martin –

Upcoming Event Speaker – Dr. Craig Soaries

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Upcoming Events – Dr. Olga Burukina – Exploring Educational Psychology – Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Join Us for a unique Colloquium Event at UBIS with Dr. Ulga Burukina

Dr. Burukina’s presentation will center around the fundamental concepts of educational psychology. She’ll provide invaluable insights into the psychological challenges encountered in the realms of teaching and learning within a university setting. These challenges can significantly influence the dynamics between teachers, students, and administrators, shaping the entire educational experience.

What to Expect from the Presentation
Attendees can look forward to a comprehensive overview covering:

  • Basics of human learning methods
  • Effectiveness of educational tasks
  • Psychological aspects impacting learning
  • Emotional burnout in academia
  • The rise and impact of virtual learning practices
  • Finding personal meaning in professional training

Date: Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Time: 1:00 pm ET/ 1900 CET

Venue: ZOOM – 

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For information contact Dr. Omari Martin –

Upcoming Events – Dr. Olga Burukina – Exploring Educational Psychology





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