Apollo Nsubuga-Kyobe

Apollo is currently a lecturer in Management and has been an academic for over 14 years. He returned to the Bundoora Campus in 2009 after over ten years as a lecturer at the Shepparton campus.

Apollo is also heavily involved with Ethnic and Emerging Communities’ issues. Apollo’s work has been presented at both national and international conferences and he has also published in international journals. Apollo has been a spokesperson on matters of settling Sub-Sahara Africans in Victoria and is currently Vice President of the African Studies Association of Australasia and the South Pacific (AFSAAP), a professional international organisation which brings together academics located in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific who are doing research on Africa and its people.

Prior to joining La Trobe Apollo worked for Shell Uganda Ltd. for over 13 years and was involved with the Amalgamated Transport and General Workers Union and the National Organisation of Trade Unions in Uganda.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer, Faculty of Law and Management, La Trobe University

Education

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    La Trobe University, PhD