Masuruli B. Masuruli

Lecturer and Head of Department -Wildlife Tourism

 

PhD - Geography - Nature based Tourism (University of Victoria, Canada); MSc. Conservation Biology (Kent University, UK); BSc. Agric. (SUA, Tanzania)

 

Kokel L. Melubo

Senior Lecturer and NACTE, Quality Compliance Coordinator

PhD – Tourism Business (University of Otago, News Zealand); MSc. Natural Resources Management (UDSM, Tanzania); BA. Geography and Environmental Studies (UDSM, Tanzania) 

Richard A. Kisasembe

Assistant Lecturer

MSc. Marketing Management (Mzumbe University, Tanzania); BA. Cultural Anthropology and Tourism (Tumaini University, Tanzania); Ordinary Diploma in Education (Mpwapwa Teachers College, Tanzania)

 

Alodia K. Machumu

Assistant Lecturer and Deputy Chief Examination Officer

MSc. Environmental Science-specialization in Environmental Planning and Management (UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, the Netherlands); BSc. Geography and Environmental Studies (UDSM, Tanzania)

 

Beatrice F. Benjamin

Assistant Lecturer

 

MSc. Applied Ecology (Headmark University College, Norway); BSc. Wildlife Management (SUA, Tanzania

Awadhi T. Mussa

Assistant Lecturer

MA. Tourism Studies (Open University of Tanzania); BA. Tourism and Hospitality (Open University of Tanzania); Diploma in Education (Korogwe Teachers’ College, Tanzania)

Damas P. Mapuga

Assistant Lecturer

MA. Linguistic (UDSM, Tanzania); BA. Education (Ruaha University College, Tanzania); Diploma in Education (Mpwapwa Teachers’ College, Tanzania)

Fidelcastor F. Kimario FILE

Tutorial Assistant

MSc. Environmental Governance (Freiburg University, Germany); Bachelor of Travel and Tourism Operations Management (Moi University, Kenya)

Vicent P. Nyakyi

Assistant Lecturer

MSc. Mathematical and Computer Science and Engineering (The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST, Tanzania); BSc. Education (Physics & Mathematics) (The Saint Augustine University of Tanzania)

 

John S. Julius

Tutorial Assistant

BA. in Tourism and Cultural Heritage (UDOM, Tanzania)

 




 

 

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