The Scientific Committee intends to oversee the design, management of research activities and publications of articles and papers. It welcomes membership from renowned researchers, practitioners and leaders from other disciplines contributory to research work and practice. The Scientific Committee is currently planning to globalize research activities in Cameroon and Central Africa. Work is underway to conceive and establishes a Biodiversity Journal. The putting in place of boards of editors is also underway, which will include professors from outside Cameroon. The Scientific Committee aims at encouraging basic, applied and developing research conducted by the University students and Department members. This can be achieved through setting research policies, offering rewards and giving priorities to the research that serves the Cameroonian community. Therefore, the Scientific Committee bears the responsibility to help and encourage scientists in producing applicable research and transfer their knowledge to university students and other future scholars.
EUIABS seeks to provide leading edge and holistic professional training in conservation and development management to the future cream of conservation and development leaders.
To engage students in diverse learning environments that train them to think critically and to expand their intellectual horizons while attaining the knowledge and skills
Be part of a team that will not only open you up to opportunities in the field of conservation but will open your minds and hearts to protect the world in which we live.