Ogundayo, BioDun

Ogundayo BioDun

Dr. BioDun Ogundayo
Director of Africana Studies Program, Director of Foreign Language Program, and Associate Professor of French & Comparative Literature
Division of Communication and the Arts

Contact Information:
Swarts 102F

Degrees and Credentials:
Ph.D. French and Francophone Literature and Cultures, State University of New York at Buffalo
M.A. French, Queen's University in Canada
M.A. French, University of Lagos, Nigeria
B.A. French, University of Lagos, Nigeria

Academic Focus:
Dr. Ogundayo is fluent in Yoruba (his native tongue), French, English and Hausa, and holds written fluency knowledge of Spanish, Italian, and some Ghanaian languages.

Short Bio:

Most recently Dr. Ogundayo taught graduate and undergraduate courses in Caribbean Studies and Francophone literature at the University of The West Indies in Barbados.

He has has also taught at SUNY Buffalo; the University of Alberta, Canada; Queen’s University, Canada; Ogun State University, Nigeria; and most recently was an assistant professor of French at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington.