The Department of Government and History is pleased to announce that faculty member, Dr. Maurice Mongkuo’s article “Testing the Factorial Equivalence of the Collegiate Learning Assessment Performation Task Diagnostic Instrument Across Lower Class and Upper Class Predominantly Black College Students” has been selected as winner for the World Academic Championship – 2017. Dr. Mongkuo’s research article was the winner among 5775 nominations from 67 countries, screened for the World Academic Championship– 2017. World Academic Championship organizes international meritorious competition every year for Best Thesis and Dissertation Award, Doctoral Research Award and milestone international research articles. World Academic Championship is organized by the International Agency for Standards and Ratings. The articles are reviewed based under purview of merit, originality and technical standards. The purpose of the award is to identify brilliant scientists and academicians around the world. Dr. Mongkuo will receive a certificate for this Championship award and be conferred the prestigious recognition as Fellow of International Agency for Standards and Ratings.
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