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Northwest Missouri State University

Dr. Bayo Oludaja

Dr. Bayo Oludaja



134 Wells Hall


660.562.1947 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 1990



  • Ph.D. Communication Studies
  • LL.M. International Law and International Relations
  • MSc. Criminology
  • M.A. Communication Studies
  • B.A. Speech Communication

Courses Taught

  • Fundamentals of Oral Communication; Intercultural Communication; Group
  • Communication; Classical Rhetoric; Propaganda; Interpersonal Communication;
  • Nonverbal Communication; Gender Communication; Health Communication

Academic Interests

  • Intercultural Ethics
  • Relational Ethics
  • Fundamental Human Rights

Scholarly Activity

  • Oludaja, B. (2009). International business and fundamental human rights: The case of Western Sahara. Competition Forum, 7(2).
  • Roy, A. & Oludaja, B. (2009). Hans-Georg Gadamer's Praxis: Implications for Connection and Action in Communication Studies. Communication, Culture & Critique 2:255-273
  • Fisher, J. R. & Oludaja, B. (2009). Native People and Systemic Bias in the Public Education System. Business Research Yearbook, XVI (1):238-244
  • Oludaja, B. (2009). Legal and Ethical Implications of Doing Business in Western Sahara. Presented at the American Society for Competitiveness Conference in Washington, D.C.
  • Oludaja, B. (2009). Reducing Uncertainty in an Uncertain World. Respondent to the Panel at the National Communication Association Convention in Chicago, IL

Student Group Advisement

  • African Friends Association
  • Society of Students Interested in Belief


  • Soccer
  • Racquetball
  • Foster Parents Support Group