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PNG NRI Announces the Appointment of New Deputy Director Research

The Papua New Guinea National Research Institute (PNG NRI), the country’s leading think tank on public policy research, announced today the appointment of Associate Professor Eugene Ezebilo as the new Deputy Director Research, effective 5th April 2019.

The PNG NRI Council having satisfied itself with the recruitment process, in line with relevant legislation and policies, appointed Assoc. Prof. Ezebilo to the position.

Acting Chairman of the PNG NRI Council, Mr. Wilson Thompson, emphasized that all appointments including those of senior management positions, go through a thorough and stringent recruitment process.

As per Section 23 of the National Research Institute Act 1993, the PNG NRI Council, as the governing body of the Institute, is the appointing authority for the staff of the Institute, based on the by-laws and rules and regulations of the Institute.

In conveying the Council decision on the appointment of the new Deputy Director Research, Mr. Thompson said that “The PNG NRI is privileged to have a person of his caliber. The collective knowledge, expertise, and experience that Assoc. Prof. Ezebilo brings to the Institute further strengthens our research, publications, public policy advocacy, and research communications and reinforces our position as the nation’s Public Policy Think Tank”.

“The PNG NRI Council, NRI Management and Staff congratulate Assoc. Prof. Ezebilo on his appointment”, said Mr. Thompson.

Assoc. Prof. Ezebilo is the most capable and experienced candidate after being subjected through a merit-based appointment process for this senior management role. Assoc. Prof. Ezebilo has an impeccable track record in research management and publications. He has provided counselling, mentoring, PhD reviews and editing. He is also a recognized Post-Graduate Examiner and Reviewer of international journals. Assoc. Prof Ezebilo has also widely published an array of individual works with a total of 56 publications to date.


Source: PNG NRI Council

Image: PNG NRI Facebook Page 

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