Adebowale Akande (PhD) (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6521-3272) is one of the world’s top contributors and cross-cultural researchers for research publications with a scholar google citation of over 32,120 and over 200 refereed articles/chapters. He has held faculty appointments at several international universities. In 1998 he was appointed the inaugural first Black Chair in Behavior Science in South Africa. Among multiple awards conferred, Akande received the Commonwealth Academic Fellowship, 1992; IUPSYS International Award, 1996; and Frank Andrew Award, University of Michigan, in 1996; ISPA Award, 2000; Taiwan Government International Scholar Fellowship 2005;, Nippon Foundation of Japan Fellowship, 2008; Fellow Schloss Leopoldskron, Austria 2008; Certificate of Honor, Indian IPM Institute, 2008, AME Harvard Grant, 2016; AAGT-EAGT Award, 2018.

He was a co-recipient of the 2005 Annual SIOP’s M. Scott Myers Award; 2007 and 2009 Division 52’s Ursula Gielen Global Book Award, the Gordon W. Allport Prize (2005) and APA Global Award in 2008, for their research on ambivalent sexism, GLOBE research project and Cross-Cultural Family which are Scientific Citations Classics. Akande’s major research interests are varied but focused on relationships among transnational self-esteem, learning, power, political influence and prejudice. He is also known as a popularizer of cross-cultural studies. He currently serves as an international director for IR GLOBE in Vancouver and guest professor to a number of Canadian universities in British Columbia, Canada.

Adebowale Akande, PhD IR Research Guest Professor/Chief Advisor, GLOBE Cross-Cul, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Adebowale Akande (PhD) (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6521-3272) is one of the world’s top contributors and cross-cultural researchers for research publications with a scholar google citation of over 32,120 and over 200 refereed articles/chapters. He has held faculty appointments at several international universities. In 1998 he was appointed the inaugural first Black Chair in Behavior Science in South Africa. Among multiple awards conferred, Akande received the Commonwealth Academic Fellowship, 1992; IUPSYS International Award, 1996; and Frank Andrew Award, University of Michigan, in 1996; ISPA Award, 2000; Taiwan Government International Scholar Fellowship 2005;, Nippon Foundation of Japan Fellowship, 2008; Fellow Schloss Leopoldskron, Austria 2008; Certificate of Honor, Indian IPM Institute, 2008, AME Harvard Grant, 2016; AAGT-EAGT Award, 2018.

He was a co-recipient of the 2005 Annual SIOP’s M. Scott Myers Award; 2007 and 2009 Division 52’s Ursula Gielen Global Book Award, the Gordon W. Allport Prize (2005) and APA Global Award in 2008, for their research on ambivalent sexism, GLOBE research project and Cross-Cultural Family which are Scientific Citations Classics. Akande’s major research interests are varied but focused on relationships among transnational self-esteem, learning, power, political influence and prejudice. He is also known as a popularizer of cross-cultural studies. He currently serves as an international director for IR GLOBE in Vancouver and guest professor to a number of Canadian universities in British Columbia, Canada.

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