Dickson Armstrong Tumawu

Faculty: Management Studies
Department: Business Administration
Dickson Armstrong Tumawu, a Lecturer at the Department of Business Administration, joined UPSA in 2012. He is a Cambridge Commonwealth Scholar, and a doctoral candidate at the Department of Sociology, University of Cape Town, South Africa. He holds a PhD Fellowship from the Albert Baker Fund, in Sacramento, California USA. He received an M. Phil in Modern Society and Global Transformations from University of Cambridge, United Kingdom in 2007. He is a member of the Individual in the Labour Market Research Group at Cambridge University. He is also a founding member of Commonwealth Gender Network in London.

Prior to going to Cambridge, he received a BA degree in Sociology with Philosophy minor, first class honours, from University of Ghana and was a teaching and research assistant at the same University. He has also taught in School of Social Work, Osu- Accra. On his return from Cambridge, he was a lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Social Work at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. His research interests are in the areas of human interaction with the biophysical environment, competition of extractive gold mining and agriculture for land, natural resource extraction and management; and the human side of organisations. Mr. Tumawu teaches courses such as Introduction to Environmental Management, Environmental Management, Business Ethics, Entrepreneurship Development and Human Resource Management.