All these comply with what my first science teacher and many people urged me to do after hearing some of my stories. These are memoirs of a lady who has experienced a variety of circumstances, some of which seem like fiction but are really true to life. She tells her story beginning from her pre-school years up to her post-graduate educational attainment. She draws inferences from each experience as her story unfolds, explaining some of the challenges that life presented her and virtually narrating how she handled all those challenges. She also shares her imaginations which stem from her teaching biology for over twenty-five years.
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Hunter Given is a former associate professor. She has a PhD in phytopathology and has an extensive career in the scientific industry. She is the First Lady President of the Science Association of Nigeria (SAN) and West African Science Association (WASA). She proposed and inaugurated the first National Congress of Science and Technology. She has also worked at the Obafemi Awolowo University’s Institute of Agricultural Research and Training (IAR&T). She was a research fellow and served as the director of services there for upwards of fifteen years before relocating to the United States of America.
She has taught different disciplines of biology at Chicago State University, city colleges, and community colleges in Chicago. She also taught prospective biology teachers for secondary and elementary schools. She is currently on the governing board of Taylor Business Institute in Chicago, Illinois.
She is married with children, grandchildren, and a great grandchild. She has also published many journal articles and attended a minimum of fifty-six conferences and seminars both nationally and internationally. She is retired and first published the book, The Little Wanderer, in 2018.
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