|Dr. Romanus Ejiaga
Associate Professor and Director, Center for African and African American Studies
Bashful Administration Building, Room 209
Dr. Ejiaga is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Africana Studies and guest editor for the Journal of Educational Management all of which are refereed journals. He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Louisiana Civil Rights Museum. Dr. Ejiaga has published two books and numerous articles in professional journals and is currently working on a book project titled: Dynamics of War and Diplomacy in Africa. His teaching and research interests are in the areas of African and African American and/or Black Diasporic experience, comparative civilizations and their contributions to the sum of human experience.
|Mr. Clarence A. Diblin
Instructor of Geography
Lake Campus Multipurpose Complex, Room 436
Mr. Diblin’s teaching and research interest are in the following areas: Cultural Geography, Geography Education, and Physical Geography. Mr. Diblin has taught World Regional Geography, European and Latin American Geography, Physical and Environmental Geography and Political Geography. He has taught at University of New Orleans, Xavier University of Louisiana, Dillard University, Loyola University New Orleans, University of Phoenix as well as Southeastern Louisiana University.
Mr. Diblin’s latest teaching experience has been teaching for the International Division at University of New Orleans, in San Ramon, Costa Rica, and for UNO in Innsbruck, Austria in the summers of 2004, 2007, 2008, and 2009. Mr Diblin is currently interested in teaching in Japan for the University of New Orleans. He feels that the study of Geography is of the most importance in our modern times, with issues such as Global warming, hydrology, particularly in New Orleans, and Urban Geography, once again in New Orleans.