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MESSAGE FROM THE AMBASSADOR & PRESIDENT  

of the NATIONAL UNION OF ZERVAS ART CLUBS IN GHANA

Dr. ADOM DICKSON

.            .               

YOU’RE WELCOME TO OUR SPECIAL WORLD
OF ART CULTURE & SCIENCE

Dickson Adom (PhD)
Lecturer, Educational Innovations in Science and Technology, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
Extraordinary Researcher, Northwest University, South Africa
Editor-in-Chief, Research Journal in Advanced Humanities
Reviewer: National Research Foundation, South Africa
RUFORUM Young African Scientist, 2019

Ghana Ambassador and President of the National Union of Zervas Art Clubs Ghana, Dr. Dickson Adom

Ghana is a country endowed with rich cultural and artistic heritage that needs to be promoted and preserved for posterity. The establishment of the National Unions of Zervas Art Clubs in the country would be a great avenue in helping to achieve this.
The philosophy of the National Union of Zervas Art Clubs Ghana is to be the centre for promoting and preserving the rich cultural and artistic heritage of the country through the organization of art and cultural events, creative art festivals, talent search contests and training workshops.
Ghana has annual cultural festivals commemorated in the 16 regions of the country. Thus, the National Union of Zervas Art Clubs Ghana would organize cultural and art events by partnering with festival organizers in the host communities. These events will help select artists from the host communities, giving them a common theme related to the cultural event held to produce two or three artefacts. A jury consisting of academicians in the art disciplines will be invited to select the best works of art and award the winners at the events.

The National Union of Zervas Art Clubs Ghana would periodically organize exhibitions (Solo and Group), creative art festivals for these categories of artists in the country, from the regional to the national levels for these target groups:
1. Road Sign artists (with little or no formal academic training)
2. Practising academic teachers and lecturers in the country
3. Student artists at the undergraduate level in all art institutions in the country
4. Student artists at the master’s level in all the art institutions in the country
5. Student artists at the PhD level in all the art institutions in the country
6. Visual Art students at the Senior High School levels in the country
7. Art Talent Search Contests for Junior High School students in the country
8. Art Talent Search Contests Primary School students in the country

The National Union of Zervas Art Clubs Ghana in partnership with the Ministry of Education (Ghana Education Service) and the Art Teachers’ Association of Ghana would organize theoretical and practical contests for Senior High Schools as well as the Colleges of Education in the country. 

This would be an annual event to groom young talents in the areas of Art and culture in the country. This quiz contest for the Senior High Schools studying visual art would promote the enrolment in the study of visual arts in the country as well as raise the awareness of the value of art in the everyday life of Ghanaians.
The National Union of Zervas Art Clubs Ghana in partnership with the College of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) to organize professional training workshops or masterclass on pedagogies in Art Education for teachers studying Art as an elective course.
All successful participants of the art and cultural events, contests, festivals, and workshops will be awarded with a certificate of recognition/participation from the National Union of Zervas Art Club Ghana.

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ADOM DICKSON

 

CERTIFICATES

THE AMBASSADOR & PRESIDENT Dr. ADOM DICKSON

ACADEMIC DEGREES 
Academic Degree/Qualification Date
PhD in African Art and Culture (Grade A) September, 2018
Post Graduate Diploma in Education (Distinction) December, 2011
MA African Art and Culture (Grade A) February, 2010
BA Integrated Rural Art and Industry (First Class) May, 2006
Research Areas
Place Identity History, Cultural Anthropology, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Community Engagement, African Art, TEK for Nature Conservation and Environmental Sustainability
Academic Positions and Affiliations
• Lecturer, African Art and Culture Section, Department of Educational Innovations in Science and Technology, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
• Extraordinary Researcher Position, Northwest University, South Africa

➢ Short Courses Date
• Basic University Teaching Skills Course for Lecturers November, 2016
(Association of African Universities)
• AuthorAID Research Writing November, 2016
• Grant Proposal Writing (AuthorAID) December, 2016 November, 2016
• Proposal Writing & Research Writing (AuthorAID) June, 2017
• Thesis Clinic July, 2017
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(University of Port Harcourt Business School
& Evangel University Akaeze)
• AuthorAID Research Communication December, 2017
• Pyramids of Giza: Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology May, 2020
(Harvard University, Department of Archaeology)
Journal Publications
1. Essel, H. B., Dimitrios, V., Adom, D. & Tachie-Menson, A. (2021). Transforming Higher Education in Ghana in times of Disruption: Flexible Learning in Rural Communities with High Latency Internet Connectivity. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, DOI: 10.118/JEC-08-2020-0151
2. Tankpara, P. A., Adom, D. & Adu-Agyem, J. (2021). Quality assurance policies and implementation in nursing and midwifery training colleges in Ghana. International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education, 10(2): 455~464 DOI: 10.11591/ijere.v10i2.21027
3. Adom, D. (2021). Community Engagement and Museums in Ghana. IN Presidential Committee’s Report on Ghana’s Museums and Cultural Heritage. London: Bolton & Quinn Publishers
4. Adom, D. & Boamah, D. (2020). Local Attitudes toward the Cultural Seasonal Hunting Bans in Ghana’s Bomfobiri Wildlife Sanctuary: Implications for Sustainable Wildlife Management and Tourism. Global Ecology and Conservation, 24(e01243): 1-13.
5. Adom, D. (2020). Cultural and Educational Implications of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic in Ghana. International and Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Sciences, 9(3): 1-27.
6. Koranteng, J., Ismaila, M., Adom, D. & Tetteh, M. (2020). Constructivist Teaching Strategies for Graphic Design Education in Selected Senior High Schools in Ghana. Journal of African Art Education, 1(2): 21-43.
7. Adom, D., Fazli, A. R., Sajjadi, J. & Sedighi, S. (2020). Factors Influencing Tourism Space Commodification in the Mahmouhabad County. Journal of Tourismology, 6(2): 155-183.
8. Adom, D., Daitey, S. T., Yarney, L. & Fening, P. A. (2020). Breaking the Culture-Specific Silence of Women Glass Bead Makers in Ghana: Towards an Empowerment. Safety and Health at Work, 11(2020): 450-457 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.shaw.2020.08.002
9. Adom, D., Osei, M. & Adu-Agyem, J. (2020). From Ghanaian Modernist Painting Genre to Contemporary Functionality: A Spotlight on Samuel Prophask Asamoah. Journal of Urban Culture Research, 21(1): 61-89.
10. Agyei, I. K., Bediako, O. O. & Adom, D. (2020). Metal Welding Sculptural Portraiture for the Historical Remembrance of Political Figures in Ghana: The Case of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Global Journal of Human-Social Science, 20(19): 25-36.
11. Adom, D., Adu-Mensah, J. & Dake, D. A. (2020). Test, Measurement, and Evaluation: Understanding and Use of the Concepts in Education. International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education, 9(1): 109-119
12. Adom, D., Essel, H. B. & Chukwuere, J. (2020). The State of Academic Stress in the Higher Institutions of Ghana: The Way Forward. American Journal of Educational Research, 8(2): 321-331
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13. Manu, G., Howard, E. K., Adom, D. & Agyemang, O. (2020). Textile Installation Inspired by Cubism for Biodiversity Sustainability Education. Journal of Urban Culture Research, 20(1): 55-68.
14. Adom, D., Chukweure, J. & Osei, M. (2020). Review: Academic Stress among Faculty and Student in Higher Institutions. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 28(2): 1055-1064
15. Adom, D., Sawicka, B., Umachandran, K. & Ziarati, P. (2020). Effective Approaches in Ensuring the Active Involvement of Local People in Biodiversity Conservation Projects. International Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences, 20(2): 17-31
16. Sawicka, B., Skiba, D., Umachandran, K. & Adom, D. (2020). Alternative and New Plants. In Preparation of Phytopharmaceuticals for the Management of Disorders. Part III: Traditional Systems of Medicine. Amsterdam: Elsevier, Inc.
17. Adom, D. (2019). The Place and Voice of Local People, Culture, and Traditions: A Catalyst for Ecotourism Development in Rural Communities in Ghana. Scientific African, 6 (e00184): 1-22
18. Adom, D., Osei, M. & Adu-Agyem, J. (2020). COVID-19 Lockdown: A Review of an Alternative to the Traditional Approach to Research. Research Journal in Advanced Social Sciences, 1(1): 1-9
19. Adom, D. (2020). Are the Humanities really ‘A Wheel Turning Nothing’ in the Global Fight against the COVID-19 Pandemic? Nairobi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(4): 1-8
20. Adom, D. (2019). Dietary Taboos as a Means of Ethnic and Place Identity of the Bono People of Ghana: Indirect Cultural Practices for the Conservation of Fauna Species. International Journal of Conservation Science, 10(4): 733-748
21. Adom, D. (2018). Traditional Cosmology and Nature Conservation at the Bomfobiri Wildlife Sanctuary of Ghana. Nature Conservation Research, 3(1): 23-44
22. Adom, D. (2017). Promoting Cultural Traditions, Social Inclusion and Local Community Participation in Environmental Development Schemes. Journal of Urban Culture Research, 14(1): 80-103
23. Adom, D., Appiah, P. S. & Yarney, L. (2019). A Return to the Ghanaian Cultural Values of Closed Season in Ghana’s Artisanal Marine Fishing: An Essential Means of Restoring Small Pelagic Stocks. Transylv. Rev. Syst. Ecol. Res., 21(3): 95-110
24. Chukweure, J., Adom, D. & Gorejena, K. (2019). Towards an Indigenous Crowdfunding Framework: A New Guide for Entrepreneurship Funding in Developing Countries. Gender and Behaviour, 17(12): 12742-12755
25. Adom, D., Chukwuere, J., Dake, D. A. & Newton, J. P. (2019). Problem Learners in Selected Elementary Schools in Ghana: Toward Understanding, Prevention and Action. Asia-Pacific Research Journal of Early Childhood Education, 13(1): 107-129
26. Adom, D. (2018). The Human Impact and the Aquatic Biodiversity of Lake Bosomtwe: Renaissance of the Cultural Traditions of Abono (Ghana)? Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research, 20(1): 87-110
27. Adom, D. (2017). Strategic Adaptation of Traditional Festivals for the Sustainable Development of the Biodiversity of Local Communities in Ghana. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5(11): 69-94
28. Adom, D., Asante, E. A., Kquofi, S., Arthur, N. A. P. (2018). The Conservation Ethos in the Asante Cultural and Artistic Elements for the Management of Ghana’s Biodiversity.
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International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Review, 4(3): 1-22
29. Azumi, A. T., Asante, E. A. & Adom, D. (2018). A Socio-Cultural Enquiry into Chuchuru: The ‘Spirit Child’ Phenomenon among Kasena-Nankana People in the Upper East Region of Ghana. International Journal of African Society, Cultures and Traditions, 6(3): 1-17
30. Adom, D. (2016). Cultural Festival as a Salient Tool for Strategic, Holistic, and Sustainable Rural Development in Africa: The Case of the Opemso) Festival of the Asantes of Ghana. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 3(11): 4-20
31. Adom, D., Agyemang, O. & Manu, G. O. (2018). Ghanaian Cultural Symbols as Wall Decorations for Cultural Education and Revitalization in Higher Institutions of Ghana: The Case of K.N.U.S.T., Journal of Urban Culture Research, 16(1): 82-105
32. Adom, D., Asante, E. A., Arthur, N. A. P. & Boadu, K. (2018). Investigation of the Cultural and Artistic Elements in the Biodiversity Policies and Strategies in Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity Management and Forestry, 7(2): 23-47
33. Adom, D., Kquofi, S. & Asante, E. A. (2016). The High Impacts of Asante Indigenous Knowledge in Biodiversity conservation issues in Ghana: The case of the Asante Bekwai Traditional Area, British Journal of Environmental Science, 4(3): 63-78
34. Adom, D. (2018). Traditional Biodiversity Conservation Strategy as a Complement to the Existing Scientific Biodiversity Conservation Models in Ghana. Environment and Natural Resources Research, 8(3): 1-24
35. Adom, D. (2016). Inclusion of Local People and Their Cultural Practices in Biodiversity Conservation: Lessons from Successful Nations, American Journal of Environmental Protection, 4(3): 67-78
36. Adom, D. & Dzakpasu, P. E. (2017). Cultural Practices of Local Communities as a Biodiversity Managerial Strategy for Ghana’s Environment: A Retrospection of International Conventions, International Journal of Scientific Research, 6(5): 332-341
37. Bonsu, H. S. & Adom, D. (2017). Cultural Hybridity in Traditional Politics and Traditional Medicine in Ghana. Journal of Culture, Society and Development, 30(1): 35-46
38. Adom, D., Opoku, M., Newton, J. P. & Yeboah, A. (2018). Adinkra Cultural Symbols for Environmental Sustainability Education in Ghana. World Environment, 8(2): 36-46
39. Adom, D. (2016). The Philosophical Epistemologies of Asante Proverbs in Ghana’s Biodiversity Conservation, Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 6(7): 32-47
40. Mensah, C. P., Yeboah, A. & Adom, D. (2017). Flipped Classroom Model as an Instructional Tool for Effective Teaching and Learning of Leatherwork. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 2017, 30(1): 195-212
41. Adam, S., Adom, D. & Mordzeh-Ekpampo, M. I. (2017). Gender Characterisation of Basic School Dropout in Rural Ghana. Journal of Education, 5(4): 1-13
42. Yeboah, A. & Adom, D. (2016). Rural Senior High School Teachers Motivation and Its Effect on Their Retention, British Journal of Education, 4(11): 84-92
43. Adom, D., Yeboah, A., Adam, S. & Amponsah, M. (2017). Mobilization of the Sales of Products in Ghana through Effective Packaging. International Journal of Science and Technoledge, 5(4): 138-144
44. Agyemang, O., Adom, D. & Yeboah, A. (2016). Digital Portrait Painting in Geometric Shapes, International Journal of Science & Technoledge, 4(10): 14-27
45. Ankrah, A. K., Adom, D. & Osei-Poku, P. (2016). Nudity as A Theme in Painting: Is It A Proliferation of Pornography? International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies, 3(11): 42-58
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46. Adom, D., Kquofi, S. & Adu-Agyem, J. (2016). Challenges Associated with the Content of the Art History Component in The General Knowledge in Art Subject: Implications for Art History Education in West Africa, Journal of Education and Practice, 7(2): 32-56
47. Kissi, S. B., Fening, P. A. & Adom, D. (2016). Beeswax in Asante Castings: The Then, Now and the Way Forward. International Journal of Arts and Technology, 5(10): 7-22
48. Adom, D., Adam, S. & Agyemang, O. (2016). Effective Instructional Methods and Strategies for Teaching Art History. International Journal of Art and Art History, 2016, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 42-62
49. Newton, J. P., Osei-Poku, P. & Adom, D. (2018). Influence of Leadership Practices on Service Quality Delivery in Private Higher Education Institutions in the Kumasi Metropolis of Ghana. International Journal of Science and Research, 7(3): 44-59
50. Quayson-Monney, J., Adom, D., Yeboah, A., & Agyeman, A. A. (2017). Efficient Conflict Management Strategies Adopted by Some Heads of Educational Institutions in Ghana. International Journal of Scientific Research, 6(7): 533-545
51. Yeboah, A., Adom, D., Amoah, L. L. & Quayson-Monney, J. (2017). Motivation: A Viable Tool for Boosting the Performance of Female Students in Visual Art Practical Lessons. International Journal of Science and Research, 6(6): 53-63
52. Adom, D., Asante, E. A. & Kquofi, S. (2016). Adinkra: An Epitome of Asante Philosophy and History, Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(14): 33-45
53. Dwinfour, E., Adam, S. & Adom, D. (2017). The Effects of Organizational Culture and Commitment on Job Satisfaction: Cross-Sectorial Comparison of Legal Services Sector in Ghana. European Journal of Business and Management, 9(14): 67-89
54. Adam, S., Adom, D. & Bediako, A. B. (2016). The Major Factors That Influence Basic School Dropout in Rural Ghana: The Case of Asunafo South District in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana, Journal of Education and Practice, 7(28): 57-69
55. Dzakpasu, P. E. & Adom, D. (2017). Impact Assessment of Information and Communication Technologies on Lesson Delivery and Students’ Performance in Selected Tertiary Institutions in Ghana Communication Technologies on Lesson Delivery and Students’ Performance in Selected. Journal of Computer Sciences and Applications, 5(1): 29-41
56. Adom, D., Yeboah, A. & Ankrah, A. K. (2016). Constructivism Philosophical Paradigm: Implications for Research, Teaching and Learning, International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(10): 1-9
57. Adom, D., Hussein, E. K. & Adu-Agyem, J. (2018). Theoretical and Conceptual Framework: Mandatory Ingredients of a Quality Research. International Journal of Scientific Research, 7(1): 438-441
58. Owusu-Agyeman, A. K., Badoe, W. & Adom, D. (2017). A Breakaway from the Ritual of Two Dimensionality to Three Dimensionality in Textile Productions: The Case of a Crocodile Haven. International Journal of Science and Research, 6(6): 63-91.
59. Ziarati, P., Umachandran, K., Sawicka, B., Adom, D. & El-Esawi, M. A. (2018). Fluoridex Daily Defense Toothpaste for Oral and Dental Health: A Review. Journal of Medical Discovery, 3(3): 1-10
60. Appiah, S. P., Chi, M. V. & Adom, D. & Asiedu, F. A. (2018). Pesticidal Effects of Extracts from Hyptis suaveolens and Hyptis spicigera on Cowpea Weevils. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology, 3(5): 1691-1699
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61. Adom, D. (2017). Challenges to the Efficacy of Forestry and Wildlife Policies in Ghana for Environmental Protection: A Review. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 12(39): 2858-2876
62. Adom, D., Umachandran, K., Boamah, D. A., Ziarati, P. & Sawicka, B. (2019). The Concept, State, Roles and Management of Protected Areas in Ghana: A Review. Acta Scientific Agriculture, 3(1): 68-76
63. Danso, D. K., Adom, D., Eshun, F. S. & Adamtey, S. (2019). Ghanaian Cultural Values and their Foreign Influence: A Spotlight on Clothing. Journal of Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering, 7(1): 1-8
64. Adom, D., Appiah, P. S. & Adam, S. (2019). Ecological Restoration of Degraded Areas in Rural Regions: A Synergy of Scientific and Traditional Ecological Restoration Strategies. Agriculture and Food: e-Newsletter, 1(6): 13-23
65. Adom, D. (2019). Good Management Practices for Agricultural Crops: A Mini Review. Acta Scientific Agriculture, 3(6): 8-11
66. Adom, D. (2019). Indigenous Knowledge for Environmental Sustainability Education in Ghana: Myths. Agriculture and Food: e-Newsletter, 1(3): 43-45
67. Adom, D., Appiah, P. S. & Addo, A. (2019). The Pharmaceutical, Insecticidal and Antioxidant Properties of Ginger. Agriculture and Food: e-Newsletter, 1(4): 262-266
68. Adom, D., Umachandran, K., Ziarati, P., Sawicka, B. & Appiah, P. S. (2019). The Concept of Biodiversity and Its Relevance to Mankind: A Short Review. Journal of Agriculture and Sustainability, 12(2): 219-231
69. Appiah, P. S., Adom, D. & Addo, A. (2019). Controlling Dangerous Cabbage Pests in Ghana: The Effects of Aqueous Extracts of Ginger (Zingiber Officinale Roscoe) as Organic Pesticides. Jacobs Journal of Agriculture, 5(1): 1-10
70. Adom, D., Adu-Mensah, J. & Appiah, S. P. (2020). Hand-to-Mouth Work Culture and the COVID-19 Lockdown Restrictions: Experiences of Selected Informal Sector Workers in Kumasi, Ghana. Research Journal in Advanced Humanities, 1(2): 45-64
71. Adom, D. (2016). Asante Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Repositories of Conservation Ethics for Ghana’s Biodiversity. Proceedings of The Academic Conference of on Interdisciplinary Approach Vol. 7 No. 2. 4th August, 2016- Uthman Danfodio University, Sokoto, PTF I Hall, Sokoto, Sokoto State, Nigeria
➢ Conferences Attended/Papers
1. Dickson Adom, Asante Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Repositories of Conservation Ethics for Ghana’s Biodiversity, Sub-Saharan Academic Research Publications (Conference paper) (Manuscript ID- UFUSokotoConf/2016/0029)
2. Eric Appau Asante, Dickson Adom, Nana Ama Pokuaa Arthur: Promoting Environmental and Infrastructural Resilience through Selected Cultural Practices. The International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa (ICIDA 2017), IDL Conference Centre, College of Art and Built Environment, K.N.U.S.T., Kumasi, Ghana; 04/2017
3. Dickson Adom, Dietary Taboos of the Akans of Ghana: Indirect Cultural Practices for
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Conserving Fauna Species, 13th Icaz International Conference, Ankara – Turkey; 09/2018
4. Dickson Adom, Daniel Asante: Closed Season Ban on Hunting for the Sustainable Wildlife Tourism in Ghana: The Roles of Local Communities and Their Cultures. Queen’s Africa and Diaspora Conference, Queen’s University Kingston, ON, Canada, K7L 3N6; 10/2019
5. Dickson Adom: Renaissance of the Ghanaian Cultural Values of Closed Fishing Season in Artisanal Marine Fishing: An Essential Means of Restoring small Pelagic Fish Stocks At The Albert Bosumtwi Sam Fishing Harbour, Ghana. Aquatic Biodiversity International Conference, Sibiu, Romania, European Union, 2019, ULBS Aula Magna Conference Hall, Lucian Blaga Street 2, Sibiu, Romania; 09/2019
6. Dickson Adom: Restoration of Degraded Areas in Local Regions: A Synergistic Approach of Scientific and Traditional Conservation Initiatives. International Conference on Biodiversity and Ecological restoration, Brussels, Belgium; 06/2019
7. Eric Appau Asante, Dickson Adom: Cultural Education for Forest Sustainability Awareness in Selected Rural Communities in Southern Ghana. 2019 World Wood Day Symposium and the 2nd IUFRO Forest Products Culture Research Group Colloquium, Austrian Open Air Museum, Stuebing, Austria; 05/2019
8. Dickson Adom: The State of Academic Stress in the Higher Institutions in Ghana. 2019 Conference of Rectors, Vice Chancellors and Presidents of African Universities (COREVIP), Cairo, Egypt, Al-Azhar University, July 9-14, 2019
9. Dickson Adom: Digitization of Indigenous Knowledge in Africa: Development of a Mobile Application for African Proverbs. African Arts and Culture in a Changing World, Supreme Council of Culture, Egypt, November 11-14, 2019
Book Chapters
1. Adom, D. (2018). The Impacts of Culture in Food Preferences in Ghana. IN Trends and Prospects in Food Technology, Processing and Preservation. Delhi: Today and Tomorrow’s Printers and Publishers. ISBN: 81-7019-617-18
2. Adom, D. (2018). The Role of Good Post-Harvest Management Practices in the Development of the Agriculture Sector in Ghana IN Trends and Prospects in Post Harvest Management of Horticulture Crops. Delhi: Today and Tomorrow’s Printers and Publishers. ISBN: 81-7019-617-18
3. Adom, D., Appiah, P. S. & Krishnappa, M. K. (2020). The Chemical Constituents, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant and Ethnomedicinal Properties of Aloe barbadensis IN Ethnomedicinal Plant Use and Practice in Traditional Medicine. U.S.A.: IGI Global
4. Adom, D. & Aravind, V. R. (2019). Application of Educational Technology to Teaching and Learning in the 20th and 21st Centuries IN History of Educational Technology (20th & 21st Centuries). 2019, pp. 41-53, Malaysia: ALNIL Enterprise, ISBN: 978-967-16846-2-7
5. Adom, D. & Ferdinand-James, D. S. (2019). Historical Overview of Educational Technology in the 20th and 21st Centuries IN History of Educational Technology. Malaysia: ALNIL Enterprise. ISBN: 978-967-16846-2-7
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6. Adetunji, C. O., Egbuna, C., Tijani, H., Adom, D. & Al-Ani, L. (2019). Homemade Preparations of Natural Biopesticides and Applications. IN Natural Remedies for Pest, Disease and Weed Control. UK: Elsevier Publisher. ISBN: 9780128193044
➢ CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP ATTENDED
1. Urban Research Plaza’s 15th Urban Research Forum ‘Creating Vibrant Social Spaces- New Avenues to Urban Renewal’, 7th-8th March, 2017, Chulalongkom University, Thailand.
2. Sub-Sahara African Indigenous Knowledge and New Discoveries in the New Millennium at Uthman Danfodio University, Sokoto PPF1 Hall, Sokoto (Nigeria) organized by Sub-Sahara Africa Academic Research Publications, August 2016
3. 4-Day Residential Capacity Building Workshop/Annual Conference of GATA at Sunyani Polytechnic, September, 2016
4. African Rural Development: Strategies for Diversification and Sustainability, Cotonou, Benin, 22-24 October, 2016
5. 13th ICAZ International Conference, Ankara – Turkey; 09/2018
6. Aquatic Biodiversity International Conference, Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania, European Union; 09/2017
7. IJAS International Conference, Harvard Medical School, PECHET Room A, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A; 05/2017
8. The International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa (ICIDA 2017), IDL Conference Centre, College of Art and Built Environment, K.N.U.S.T., Kumasi, Ghana; 04/2017
9. All-African Peoples’ Conference 2018, Revisiting the 1958 All-African Peoples Conference: The Unfinished Business of Liberation and Transformation, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, 5th – 8th December 2018
*NB: The author has over 210 articles addressing various global issues on the link below: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Dickson_Adom/2315408
British Academy/University of Ghana Writing Retreat, Stone Lodge Hotel (Residential Workshop), December 5-12, 2019
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PRESENTATIONS
• Swedish Iraqi Studies Network and the International Forum for Biomedical Engineering in Knowledge Enrichment Academy, Writing Scholarly Papers (presentation), January 16, 2021
• Association of Art Teachers Association, Ghana, Writing Research Articles (presentation), October 17, 2020
• Department of Educational Innovations in Science and Technology, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, African Art History Presentation, Fertility, Beauty and Sexuality: The Venus Figurines in the Prehistoric Period, March 15, 2019
• Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, The Historical Evolution of the Lost-Wax Casting at Krofofrom, Ghana, April 8, 2019
➢ Honorary Invitations
• HONORARY SPEAKER for the Department of Educational Innovations in Science and Technology- Penn State University (U.S.A.) and K.N.U.S.T. Graduate Seminar and Lecture 2018, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana; 03/2018
Reviewer: SAGE Open, PLoS ONE, Taylor & Francis (African Identities), Springer, Elsevier’s Heliyon, Elsevier’s Global Ecology and Conservation
➢ AWARDS Dec 2019 Sep 2018 RUFORUM Young African Scientist 2019 Top 1% Global Reviewers’ Award 2018 (Sentinel in Science and Research) Publons Organization, New Zealand Jul 2018 World Championship in Agricultural Research (Ecological Conservation), IASR Apr 2017 Polished Expert Author (Ezine-USA) Jan 2017 Big League Expert Author (Ezine-USA) Nov 2016 Diamond Expert Author (USA) Nov 2016 Merit Award in Research Writing (AuthorAID-UK) Sep 2016 Platinum Expert Author (Ezine-USA) Jun 2016 Adept Expert Author (Ezine-USA)
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Mar 2016 Nom de Plume (Ezine-USA) Jun 2007 Best Teacher (Presby Girls SHS, Ghana) Apr 2001 Silver Award Writer (Wonderful Hope Inc., USA) Aug 2000 Overall Best Student (KSTS, Ghana)
Reviewer National Research Foundation, South Africa
Academic Mentor Publons Academy, New Zealand
Extraordinary Researcher Northwest University, South Africa
REFEREES
• PROF. JOSHUAH CHUKWEURE
NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY
SOUTH AFRICA
+27730925500
joshchukwuere@gmail.com
• PROF. STEVE KQUOFI
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
K.N.U.S.T
GHANA
+233501349190
kofikquofi@gmail.com
• PROF. JOE ADU AGYEM
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
K.N.U.S.T
GHANA
+233-501500972
Joeaduagyem2@gmail.com
• DR. MAVIS OSEI
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
K.N.U.S.T.
GHANA
+233-0502335234
adjakoma@yahoo.com
***All original certificates are available upon request

YOU’RE WELCOME TO OUR ORGANISATION
to be Presidents in your Countries, Regions, Cities

HUGE OPPORTUNITY FOR ARTISTS!
A big hello to all my artist friends…!
I am delighted to share that I have been conferred the Presidentship of the National Union of Zervas Art Clubs in Ghana.
The World Federation of Zervas Art Clubs (WFZAC) is affiliated to the Club For UNESCO For Art & Letters of Achaia, is headquartered at Patras, Greece and is a world renowned International Artistic, Cultural & Scientific Organisation with a wonderful track record worldwide.
WFZAC has organised events, symposiums, exhibitions at various locations around the globe, including in cities like Paris, London, New York, Athens, Rome & Florence (Italy), Prague, Moscow & Saint Petersburg, Santorini, Mykonos, Crete & Thessaloniki, Patras (Greece), Casablanca (Morocco), Barcelona, Cairo, Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Dubai,  among others.
Activities  & Services of the WFZAC include:
> Art Symposiums Abu Dhabi  Tunisia  > Congress  > Cultural Franchise
Our next step is to train our focus on India and establish “Zervas Art Clubs” across the country. We shall be appointing Presidents city-wise, who will establish Zervas Art Clubs in their cities and all these clubs will, in effect, become members of the “National Union of Zervas Art Clubs in Ghana”. Such of my artist friends who are interested may please inbox me, expressing their interest, so that we can take things forward. I look forward to hearing from you.
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to be  President of  ZERVAS ART CLUB  in  Regions & Cities of Ghana

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Dr. Adom Dickson
President of the National Union of Zervas Art Clubs in Ghana


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