UNESCO Chair Visiting Researchers

Visiting Researchers play an important role as partners in the team. They are normally based elsewhere than Lincoln and have formal visiting status to the university.

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Dr Phanindra Goyari

Visiting Professor, University of Hyderabad working closely with Professor Shrabani Saha.

Connected with the UNESCO Chair Programmes: 

  • Institutions for future development  
  • Responsible entrepreneurship and innovation 

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Dr Clarice Santos

Dr Clarice Santos’ research is about examining gender and diversity in the workplace and in communities in order to promote equality in the larger society. She is involved in international research on communities and leadership, and in particular the empowerment of women leaders. Since joining the Chair, Dr Santos has travelled to Brazil to work with colleagues on research and women’s management education and is also co-supervising a doctoral study related to the Chair. 

Connected with the UNESCO Chair Programmes: 

  • Inclusive  futures  

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Dr Afam Ituma

Vice Chancellor of Coal City University, Nigeria

Dr Ituma is a Visiting Professor to the University of Lincoln and works closely with Dr Paul Igwe.  

Connected with the UNESCO Chair Programmes: 

  • Futures of Responsible Entrepreneurship and Management  


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