Francis Adu-Febiri Instructor, Sociology — Social Sciences
MA Sociology - Simon Fraser University, PhD Sociology - University of British Columbia
Dr. Francis Adu-Febiri is an African-Canadian born and raised in Ghana. He holds a Sociology PhD from UBC. He is a sociology professor and former Chair of the Social Sciences Department at Camosun. Francis has taught at UBC, SFU and UVic. He has served on MA and PhD committees at SFU, UVic and Royal Roads University. He has done scholarly presentations in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe, USA and Canada. Dr. Adu-Febiri has published extensively in reputable academic journals. He is the author of First nations Students Talk Back and the co-author of Succeeding From the Margins of Canadian Society. Francis has been the Chair of the EAC at the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development, South Vancouver Island. He is the Co-Chair of the African Awareness Committee of Camosun and the President of the International Institute for Human Factor Development, Canada. He initiated the establishment of AHAVI. Francis has received awards such as Camosun’s International Spirit Award, Camosun Celebrates Excellence Award, and NISOD Excellence Award, University of Texas at Austin.