Oyewole, B.O: Awards Received

AWARDS AND ACADEMIC DISTINCTIONS

  • Received the International Foundation for Science (IFS) / King Baudouin Award – for report of research of exceptional merit among IFS funded researches  (December, 1992)
  • Received the Award of “Outstanding Young Persons” ( Academic Accomplishment).  Abeokuta Junior Chambers. January 2002.
  • Awarded “The IFS / DANIDA AWARD”  to honour researchers from Sub-Saharan Africa who have made noteworthy achievements clearly associated with research work supported fully or in part by the International Foundation for Science, 1999
  • Received the Award of “Outstanding International Ambassador”. Presented by the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. January 01, 2012.

SCHOLARSHIPS  AND   FELLOWSHIPS

  • Awarded the Federal Government of Nigeria postgraduate scholarship for a Master of Science  course in microbiology.  1983.
  • Awarded a DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) Research  Fellowship by the German Academic Exchange service Federal Republic of Germany. (August to November, 1989.
  • Research Grantee, International Foundation for Science [1986 to 1998]

 

 

AWARDS , PRIZES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Research Grantee, International Foundation for Science [1986 to 1998]

• Received the International Foundation for Science [IFS] / King Baudouin

Award – for report of research of exceptional merit among IFS funded researches [December, 1992]

• Awarded The IFS / DANIDA AWARD in 1999 to honour researchers from Sub-Saharan Africa who have made noteworthy achievements clearly associated with research work supported fully or in part by the International Foundation for Science.

• Chairman, FAO/WHO Workshop on fermentation as a household technology to improve food safety. Pretoria, South Africa. 11-15 December, 1995.

• Member, International Advisory group on the “ Application of biotechnology totraditional fermented foods. National research Council. Washington, USA. 1991.
• Consultant : Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, on : “Fermentation of Legumes, Seeds and Nuts in Africa” and “Fermentation of Non-Grain Starchy staples in African countries”.

 

 


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