Nkeiruka Ndubuka is a second-year full-time PhD student at the Aberdeen Business School (ABS) in Robert Gordon University, working under the supervision of Dr. Emmanuelle Rey-Marmonier. Adopting an identity theory perspective, her research focuses on exploring the impact of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) on academics directly involved in the implementation of Responsible Management Education (RME) in UK business schools.
Nkeiruka is also currently involved in the delivery of the International Human Resource Management module at ABS. Prior to her PhD, she completed an MSc in Safety, Health and Environment at the University of Salford where she had the opportunity to work as a HSE intern at Galliford Try Construction (an IOSH work place shadowing scheme), and holds MSc/BSc degrees in Architecture from the Abia State University, Nigeria. Before moving to the UK, she worked as an Architect at HSI Ltd in Lagos, Nigeria where she was actively involved in designing, planning and developing residential and commercial buildings.
Nkeiruka is an active student member of the British Academy of Management and works part-time at the Library, Special Collections and Museums department of the University of Aberdeen. She loves to cook, travel, make wigs and sell stuff on ebay.
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