Stephen Awoyemi

Country: 
Nigeria
Year of Enrollment: 
2018

Stephen Awoyemi is a PhD student at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy. For his PhD research, he looks at how sociological theories can help explain and solve the conservation problem of trade in vulture parts for traditional medicine in Nigeria. He holds an MPhil degree in Conservation Leadership (2014) from the University of Cambridge, UK and Bachelors degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Before starting this PhD program, Stephen worked with the Nigerian Conservation Foundation, the foremost conservation organization in Nigeria as Conservation Policy and Campaign Officer/Head of Abuja Office and has been a longtime volunteer with the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) where he served as President of the Africa Section (2014-1017) and President of the Religion and Conservation Biology Working Group (2015-2016).

Qualification

MPhil, Conservation Leadership, University of Cambridge, UK.

Thesis

Supervisor