Dr Eunice Okorocha is the author of Supervising International Research Students, published by Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) now in its 2nd Edition (2007) and Crossing Cultures (2004), which addresses the challenges encountered by those who have to cross-cultures to study or serve. Her PhD from the University of Surrey, England, is on Cross-Cultural Work and Counselling in relation to International Students' Experience. This Thesis, according to the University of Surrey, "has been identified by the British Library as being of high scholarly value."
These two short books Cultural Issues in Working with International Students and Counselling International Students aim to provide a level of awareness of intercultural matters. They are research based and the issues discussed have remained fairly constant over the years. For instance, issues of communication and learning across cultures will always be relevant and of great interest to all those who work with international students in Institutions of Higher learning as Academic and Support Services Staff, as well as to the students themselves.
Dr Okorocha is a Cultural Awareness Trainer who had run Cultural Awareness Workshops in several Universities and Institutions of Higher learning in the UK. She had several journal articles and had presented papers at SRHE and UKCOSA (The Council for International Education) annual conferences as well as at the European Conference of Association for Student Counselling.