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Dr. PATRICIA AKOJIE
  • Owensboro, KY
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Title:
DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION GRADUATE PROGRAM
Organization (if applicable):
BRESCIA UNIVERSITY
Location (City or Town):
Owensboro
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
To learn more about educational issues
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college or university professor
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Graduate Level
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English
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