Executive Secretary, Tertiary Education Trust Fund, Prof. Suleiman Bogoro, says Nigerian academics undertaking PhD studies at Morgan State University, Maryland, USA, will henceforth prioritise specialties in public health, climate change and computer technology.
Bogoro said this during a partnership visit to authorities of the university in Baltimore which was also streamed virtually.
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Assistant Vice President, International Affairs of MSU, Yacob Astatke, expressed hope that the PhD scholars from Nigeria would take the opportunity provided by TETFund to major in the areas outlined by Bogoro.