Debut of a New Online Journal on Higher Education in Africa

James S. Etim, professor of education and coordinator of the middle grades education program at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina, was appointed editor in chief of the new quarterly journal, Review of Higher Education in Africa.

Professor Etim has considerable experience in African higher education as he taught for eight years at the University of Jos in Nigeria.

Dr. Etim is a graduate of Concordia Teachers College in River Forest, Illinois. He holds a master’s degree and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from the University of Wyoming.

The journal, only available online, features articles about faculty, faculty associations, education and development, private and public funding of education, and educational research. The Web-based publication also features videos and audio submissions.

Readers who would like to read the new journal can download a copy by clicking here.