Muyiwa Oladosun joined Covenant University as Senior Lecturer/Coordinator, Demography and Social Statistics, in January 2015. Before joining Covenant University, he was the Managing Director/Principal Consultant at Covenant Friends International Consultants (former MiraMonitor Consulting Ltd.), USA/Nigeria between 2002-2014; Senior Research Associate with The Guttmacher Institute, USA, 2002-2003; and Research Officer with Population Services International (PSI), USA, 1999-2002. He has over 30 years diverse experience conducting research, evidence-based monitoring and evaluation of projects and programs in several countries of sub-Saharan Africa, South-East Asia, Eastern Europe, North America, and South America. Core areas of expertise and research interests include; reproductive health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, malaria prevention, special population studies, health development planning and management, gender issues, and census planning and implementation. His unique expertise and skills include; conceptualization and modeling, mixed methods research, operations research, and monitoring and evaluation. He has taught courses at the undergraduate, post-graduate, and professional levels in; introduction to population studies, population and development interrelations, rural sociology, readings in fertility (theory & empirical evidence), quantitative and qualitative research methods, monitoring and evaluation. He has a PhD in Rural Sociology/Demography, Pennsylvania State University, USA in 1999; MA in Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Thailand in 2003; and B.Sc. in Demography & Social Statistics, University of Ife (now OAU), Nigeria in 1985. He is a member of American Public Health Association, Population Association of America, Rural Sociological Society of America, American Evaluation Association, and International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.