OTTONG, Prof. Joseph Gabriel

B.Sc, Ph. D, sociologist, demographer, uni versity teacher, born June 15, 1945, Ikot Obong Edong, Ikot Ekpene, LGA, Akwa Ibom State; married Eno Udom Obot 1975, two sons, three daughters; Education: Meth odist Central School, Ikot Ekpene, 1949-55; Methodist Teacher Training College, Ibiakpan, Ikot-Ekpene, 1956; Teachers Grades II & III, 1962-63; University of Ibadan, 1968-71; Career: Appointed Lec turer, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 1974- 79; Senior Lecturer, University of Calabar, 1979-date; Professor & Head, Department of Sociology, University of Calabar, 1992- 96; Professor & Dean, Faculty ofSocial Sci ences, University of Calabar, 1996-date; member, International Union for the Scien tific Study of Population; member, Union For African Population Studies; member, inter national Sociological Association; member, Nigerian Anthropological & Sociological Association, (NASA); member, Population Association of Nigeria; member, Network for the Prevention of Maternal Mortality; Publication: Co-author, Changing African: An Introductory To Sociology, Macmillan, London, 1987; Foreign Honours: Listed in Who's Who in Africa; Listed in the Interna tional Men of Achievement by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK; Hob bies: gardening, church activities, commu nity work; Official Address: Department of Sociology, University ofCalabar, PMB 1115, Calabar; Home: QE1, University of Calabar Staff Quarters, Calabar, Cross River State; Telephone: 087-232-497; OR 4B, Ikono Road, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State; Tele phone: 085-400019.
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