I am a Teaching Fellow in International Security and the course director for MA in International Relations. I hold a Bachelors in Politics and Psychology from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, a Masters in International Security from the University of Sussex, and a PhD in Politics from the University of East Anglia, Norwich. I have over 9 years of teaching experience at both secondary and post-secondary levels and my teaching philosophy centres on the idea of NLB - Nobody Left Behind. In terms of teaching experience at tertiary institutional level in the UK, I was formerly an Associate Tutor in Politics and International Relations at the University of East Anglia until July 2019 where I won the Arts and Humanities Outreach and Public Engagement Prize in 2018 and was a finalist for the Arts and Humanities Teaching Prize in 2019. I have successfully supervised over 20 UG and PGT dissertations to date on issues related to terrorism, insurgency, migration, and (in)security more broadly.
Module Director - PO926: Theories and Issues in International Relations.
Seminar Leader - PO231: International Security; PO135: Nine Ideas in International Security; PO966: Concepts and Theories of International Security.
I am interested in investigating terrorism, counterterrorism, radicalisation, extremism, postcolonial studies, vernacular security and much broader aspects of international security, which is an extension of my PhD thesis where I examined how Boko Haram and state counterterrorism have interacted to impact on the (in)security of citizens in Northeast Nigeria.