Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn
Topic of PhD thesis
The African Peer Review Mechanism: A Study of African Regional Integration Thought and Institutional Model.
Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies, PhD Candidate
01/2013 – 04/2014
Babcock University, Nigeria, Master of Arts Diplomatic History
08/2007 – 06/2011
Babcock University, Nigeria, Bachelor of Arts History and International Stuides
01/2017 – 04/2017
South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), Johannesburg, South Africa, Visiting Scholar
05/2014 – 08/2015
Women's Economic and Social Empowerment Initiative (WESEI), Rivers State, Nigeria, Programme Officer
01/2013 – 12/2013
Babcock University, Ogun State, Nigeria, Graduate Tutor
05/2010 – 10/2012
Masford and Price Magazine, Abia State, Nigeria, Intern
Fritz Thyssen Foundtion Monthly Stipend
Vice Chancellor's Award for Best Graduating Class Student for the Department of History and International Studies
African Development Studies
African Economic History
AU External Relations
Adesegun, A & Iroulo, L, 'Forgotten Heroes: World War II Veterans' in Studies in the African Human Condition and Development Issues in Post Colonial Era, eds Akporobaro, F B O, Osinsanwo, W & Adesegun, A, Princeton & Associates, Lagos.
Iroulo, L. ‘Pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance through the APRM’, Policy Briefing July 2017, South African Institute of International Affairs, Johannesburg, South Africa. http://www.saiia.org.za/policy-briefings/1227-pan-africanism-and-the-african-renaissance-through-the-aprm/file.
Adesegun, A & Iroulo, L, (2015) 'Forgotten Heroes: World War II Veterans' in Studies in the African Human Condition and Development Issues in Post-Colonial Era, eds Akporobaro, F B O, Osinsanwo, W & Adesegun, A, Princeton & Associates, Lagos.
Iroulo, L, Ayanlowo, O & Bello, A (2015) ‘Nigerian Culture and Educational Empowerment in the 21st Century: A Quest Sustainable Development’, Journal of Arts and Contemporary Society Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 88-101.