Attracting and Retaining Female Students in Construction Related Programs.
Published at Turkish online journal of educational technology.
Issue Special issue for INTE 2017.
Published in 2017
TUNJI-OLAYENI, P .F, OMUH, I., AMUSAN L. M., AFOLABI, A O., OJELABI R. A. & OGUNDIPE, K. E.
Ogundipe Elizah Kunle (M,Sc.; MNIOB; R. Bldr. (CORBON) » Ogundipe, Kunle E. is a holder of Master of Science in Construction Management from the Department of Building Technology, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State. He is a Corporate Member of Nigerian Institute of Building (MNIOB). He has worked in several organizations such as Bideco Nig. Ltd, 58 Molade Okoya Thomas Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos State, Tik Associates Limited, 60, Ajeniya... view full profile
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