Dr. Glory Edet
Head of Division, Readers Services Division
Dr. Glory Edet is currently the Head of Division, Readers Services Division, Donald E.U. Ekong Library. She attended the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Library science/Biology, she later on obtained both Masters and Doctoral degrees in Library and Information Science in 2008 and 2020 respectively. She joined the services of the University of Port Harcourt on 1st August, 1992 as an assistant librarian in Donald Ekong library and has risen to the rank of senior Librarian. She has served in various capacities in the library including faculty librarian for the faculties of pharmaceutical sciences and medicine. She also served as the chief cataloguer and was actively involved in the automation of the library which started in 2006. She took part in the staff training program by the Mac Arthur Foundation and is an international affiliate of the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Dr. Edet is also an adjunct lecturer in the Department of library and information science from 2016 till date. She has published several articles in both local and international journals and attended several conferences. She has also indexed books. Dr. Edet has served in university committees including the library automation committee, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, and Donald Ekong library exhibition committee. She is a chartered Librarian and member, of the Nigerian Library Association (NLA) and Association of Women Librarians in Nigeria (AWLIN). Her hobbies include travelling, reading, dancing and singing. She has three lovely children.
obtained a Master of Science in Management from the University of Port Harcourt in 2020. Ebiere assumed duty as a Confidential Secretary I at the University of Port Harcourt in December 2013, within these periods, she has been privileged to work as a Confidential Secretary I to the University Librarian, and has also served in many Ad-Hoc committees in the library. She has attended conferences, training, symposia, and workshops within and outside the University of Port Harcourt. Mrs. Sam-Oriji is currently the Secretary to the University Librarian, University of Port Harcourt. As secretary to the University Librarian, she is responsible for secretarial duties, and coordinating administrative duties in the office of the University Librarian. Mrs. Sam-Oriji is happily married with children.