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Ayodeji Arogundade

Dr. Ayodeji B Arogundade, PD.B, Ph.D, MBA

Assistant Professor, Marketing

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Office
  • TJH 106
  • Business Division
Office Hours
Mon 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Tue 8:45 am -10:15 am
Wed 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Thu 8:45 am -10:15 am
Fri Available by appointment

Education

  • Post-Doctorate (PD.B) in Marketing and Management, Hough Graduate School of Business, University of Florida, 2014
  • Ph.D. Biological and Agricutural Engineering, University of Idaho, 2013
  • MSc.  Biological and Agricultural Engineering, University of Idaho, 2008
  • MBA. General Business, Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria, 2004
  • BSc. Agricultural Engineering, Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria, 1999

 

Academic and Professional Certification

  • AACSB-International "AQ"/"SA" Certification in Marketing and Management, Warrington College of Business Administration, University of Florida, July, 2014.

 

Academic and Professional Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Marketing, Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID
  • Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Idaho, Moscow ID, Oct. 2013 – December 2014
  • Remote Sensing Consultant on Transportation Project, Moscow, Idaho, July – Sept., 2013
  • Research Assistant, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, May, 2008 – May 2013
  • Research Assistant, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, May 2006 – May2008
  • Head of Public Sector Marketing, Oceanic Bank Int'l Plc (Now Ecobank Int'l), Ado Ekiti Office, Nigeria, March 2006 to April 2006
  • Senior Banking Officer, Business Development Unit and Public Sector Marketing, United Bank for Africa, Ado Ekiti Office, Ekiti State, Nigeria, Dec. 2005 to Feb. 2006
  •  Business Development Officer,Universal Trust Bank Plc (Now Union Bank Plc), Ado Ekiti Office, Ekiti State, Nigeria, Aug., 2001 to Dec., 2005

 

Selected Publications

  1. “Marketing Climate Change to Segmented Audiences Using the Right Frames: A Cross-Country Analysis of Audience Responses to the Terms ‘Climate Change’, Climate Impacts’ and ‘Global Warming’” (Co-Author), (in progress).
  2. “Psychological empowerment as a predictor of work engagement among officers of Nigerian Immigration Services” (Co-Author), 2017. Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 22(5): 75-79
  3. “The influence of perceived organizational politics on workplace incivility among private and public employees in Ogun State, Nigeria” (Co-Author), 2016. Canadian Social Science, Vol 12, No 5, 40-45.
  4. "Perfomance Appraisal Knowledge: An Implication on Workplace Commitment in a Selected Commercial Bank in Lagos, Nigeria" (Co-Author), (2015). Ife PsychologIA, 23(1), 98-106.
  5. “Psychological Empowerment in the Workplace: Implications for Employers’ Career Satisfaction” (Co-Author), (2015). North American Journal of Psychology (Accepted for publication).
  6. “The Influence of Career Commitment on Organizational Commitment among Selected Bankers in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria” (Co-Author), (2015). European Journal of Business and Management, 6(39): 36-41.
  7. “The Influence of Perceived Organizational Support on Job Stress among Selected Public and Private Sector Employees in Lagos State, Nigeria” (Co-Author), (2015). Advances in Research, 3(6): 541-547.
  8. “Influence of Perceived Organizational Justice on Teachers’ Commitment in Selected Secondary Schools in Lagos, Nigeria” (Co-Author), (2015). Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, 4(7): 605-613.
  9. “Climate change opportunities for Idaho’s irrigation supply and deliveries” (Co-Author), (2014). In Climate Variability and Water Dependent Sectors: Impacts and Potential Adaptations, eds. Dannele E. peck, and Jeffrey M. Peterson. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, New York 144 pp.
  10. “Comparison between Unrotated, Double and Triple-Rotated Turbulent Fluxes Measured over Complex Forested Terrain of Mica Creek Watershed in Northern Idaho” (Co-Author). Journal of Ecohydrology (under review).
  11. “Climate change opportunities for Idaho’s irrigation supply and deliveries” (Co-Author), (2013). Natural Resources Policy Research, 5(2-3):91-105. Doi:10.1080/19390459.2013.811856.
  12. “Synthetic Year-Independent Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Snow Depletion” (Co-Author), (2013). In Proceedings of the 81st Western Snow Conference, Jackson Hole, WY, April 15 – 18.
  13. “Comparative studies on turbulent fluxes measured over burned and unburned sites of sagebrush dominated mountain” (Co-Author), (2012). Journal of Ecohydrology, DOI: 10.1002/eco.1346.
  14. “Modeling snowmelt runoff under climate change scenarios using MODIS-based snow cover products” (Co-Author), (2012). In Multiscale Hydrologic Remote Sensing: Perspectives and Applications, eds. Chang, N.B., and Y Hong. CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, New York, 568 pp.
  15. “Is the Climate Really Changing? Visible Signs of Climate Change in Idaho” (Co-Author), (2012). In Proceedings of the 38th Annual convention of The National Society of Black Engineers, Pittsburgh, PA, 28 March – 1 April, 2012, pp. 39- 49.
  16. “Practical Approach to Academic Excellence: For Undergraduate Students” (Author), (2001). Akure, Nigeria: Topfun, 125 pp.

 

Selected Presentations

  1. Teaching with Google Earth, Next Generation Science Standard (NGGS) Workshop for Lewiston Secondary Ed. Teachers, March 11 – 12, 2016, Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston ID (Oral Presentation)
  2. Qualls, R.J., & Arogundade, A.B.(2015). “Combination of MODIS Snow, Cloud and Land Area Coverage Data with SNOTEL to Generate Inter-Annual and Within-Season Snow Depletion Curves and Maps” (With Qualls, R.J) (C33C-0833), American Geophysical Union, 2015 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 16, 2015.
  3. Qualls, R.J., & Arogundade, A.B. (2015). “Integration of MODIS Snow, Cloud and Land Area Coverage Data with SNOTEL to Generate Inter-Annual Snow Depletion Curves and Maps” (With Qualls, R.J), NW Climate Conference, Coeur d’Alene, ID, November 3-5, 2015.
  4. Arogundade, A.B. (2014). “Marketing Climate Change to Segmented Audiences Using the Right Frames: Case Study of Climate Change, Global Warming, and Climate Impacts". Post-Doctoral Bridge Program, Hough Graduate School of Business, Warrington College of Business, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl, July 22, 2014 (Oral Presentation).
  5. Filho, W.P & Arogundade, A.B. (2014). “A Brand Audit of Delta Airlines”. Post-Doctoral Bridge Program, Hough Graduate School of Business, Warrington College of Business, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl, July 21, 2014 (Joint Oral Presentation).
  6.  Arogundade, O.T., Arogundade, A.B & Oyebanji, O.H. “Influence of Perceived Organizational Justice on Teachers’ Commitment in Selected Secondary Schools in Lagos State, Nigeria”. International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology (ICEEPSY 2014), Kyrenia , Cyprus, Oct. 22 to 24, (Accepted Oral Presentation).
  7. Qualls, R.J & Arogundade, A.B. (2013). “Integration of Remote Sensing with Ground-Based Measurements to Identify Year-Independent Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Snow Cover and their Potential Applications”. American Geophysical Union, 2013 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 9-13.
  8.  Qualls, R.J & Arogundade, A.B. (2013). "Synthetic Year-Independent Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Snow Depletion”. Abstract. 81st Western Snow Conference, Jackson Hole, WY, April 15 – 18
  9. Arogundade, A.B & Qualls, R.J. (2013). “Repetitive Patterns of Snow Distribution and Ablation, and their Applications”.In Climate Change Science for Effective Resource Management and Public Policy in the Western United States. NSF EPSCoR Western Consortium of Idaho, Nevada, and New Mexico. Las Vegas,NV, March 27 – 28
  10. Arogundade, A.B & Qualls, R.J. (2012). “Toward Obtaining Cloud-Free Snow Cover from MODIS Products”. Idaho NSF EPSCoR and Idaho NASA EPSCoR Annual Meeting, Boise, Idaho, October 2 – 3.
  11. Arogundade, A.B & Qualls, R.J. (2012). “Is the Climate Really Changing? Visible Signs of Climate Change in Idaho” (With Qualls, R.J), (2012). Abstract, 38th Annual Convention of The National Society of Black Engineers, Pittsburgh, PA, 28 March – 1 April.
  12. Arogundade, A.B & Qualls, R.J. (2012). “Is Climate Really Changing? Visible Signs of Climate Change in Idaho”. 38th Annual Convention of The National Society of Black Engineers, Pittsburgh, PA, 28 March – 1 April (Oral Presentation).
  13. Qualls, R.J & Arogundade, A.B. (2012). “Use of MODIS Snow-Covered-Area to Develop Historical, Current and Future Snow Depletion Curves for Snowmelt Runoff Modeling” (2012). AGU Chapman Conference on Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Water Cycle, Kona Hawaii, USA, 19-22 February.
  14. Qualls, R.J & Arogundade, A.B. (2012). “Use of MODIS Snow-Covered-Area to Develop Historical, Current and Future Snow Depletion Curves for Snowmelt Runoff Modeling”. 3rd PNW Climate Conference, Boise, Idaho, October 1 -3.
  15. Arogundade, A.B & Qualls, R.J. (2011). “Reconstructing MODIS Snow Cover Fraction Using Snow Meltout Dates From Snowpack Telemetry (SNOTEL) Data”. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 7.
  16. Arogundade, A.B., Zhao, W., & Qualls, R.J (2009). “Comparison between Turbulent Fluxes Measured over Burned and Unburned Sites of Sagebrush Dominated Mountain". Chapman Conference: Examining Ecohydrological Feedbacks of Landscape Change along Elevation Gradients in Semiarid Regions, American Geophysical Union, Sun Valley, Idaho, USA. Oct. 4-8.
  17. Qualls, R.J & Arogundade, A.B (2009). “Turbulence Characteristics and Behavior of Fluxes Measured Over Complex Forested Terrain of Mica Creek Watershed in Northern Idaho” (With Qualls, R.J, Zhao, W & Getahun, Y.G) (2009). American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA. December 14-18.
  18. Arogundade, A.B., Zhao, W., & Qualls, R.J (2009). “Effect of streamline coordinate rotation on turbulent fluxes measured over complex terrain: Case study of Mica Creek Watershed”. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA. December 14-18.

 

Professional Organizations

  • American Marketing Association (AMA)
  • African Academy of Management (AFAM)
  • American Geophysical Union (AGU)