Ifeoluwa Atakiti (PhD) started her teaching career in the department of Mass Communication, Babcock University in 2012 as a graduate assistance. She has since then rose to the academic cadre of Lecturer II. Her love and passion for teaching earned her the lecturer of the year in 2017. Her field of specialization is but not limited to Communication and Media studies. She is a member of Association of Communication Scholars & Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN) and Advertising Practitioners of Nigeria (APCON).
Dr. Ifeoluwa has authored and co-authored over 12 scholarly articles published in International and national journals, some of which are:
- Career Considerations in Journalism among Female Mass Communication Students of Redeemers University
- The role of Lagos traffic radio in educating road users on traffic management in Lagos state, Nigeria
- Cultural Practices and Adoption of Maternal Health Messages in Irolu Community of Ikenne Local Government Area of Ogun State
- Internet Penetration and Audience Adoption of Television Streaming in Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State.
- Knowledge of, Attitude and Adherence to Babcock University Undergraduate Students to Public Service Announcements on Ebola Health Messages
- Influence of Television Health Programmes on Maternal Health
- Influence of Radio Programmes on the Promotion of Entrepreneurial Skills among undergraduates of Mass Communication in University of Lagos, Nigeria
- Coverage of Child Labour by The Punch, The Nigerian Tribune And The Guardian Newspapers In 2015.
Dr. Ifeoluwa is happily married and blessed with two wonderful children.
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