In further demonstration of his passion for Nigeria, and indeed Africa, to look inwards for solutions to its leadership development challenges, the Chancellor of Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo, has initiated a Certificate in Leadership Development Programme for the university’s Postgraduate students.
The Covenant University chapter of African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) has launched an initiative to encourage the engagement of female youths in careers in the sciences. The event, which took place at the conference hall of the university’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies (CEDS), was attended by students from five secondary schools in Ado-Odo Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State.
The President and Founder of Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs, South Africa, Mr. Summy Francis, has tasked governments across Africa to invest in entrepreneurs as a company or a nation cannot make progress unless it focuses on its strength.
The Covenant University Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies (CUCEDS) has organised a train the trainer workshop for Instructors and other senior officers from the Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Centre Headquarters, Lagos.
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The Department of Biological Sciences at Covenant University has staged a Molecular Biology training workshop aimed at educating Postgraduate students on how to put the laboratory to use as their project work approaches and to upgrade the knowledge of laboratory technologists.
Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria, has become the first university in West Africa to adopt a university-wide digital learning platform and e-textbook scheme to help improve course results and give students equal learning opportunities.
An expert in Human Resource Development, Dr. Nduka Okoisor, has advised the students of the Department of Business Management to identify capability gaps and create targeted individual development plans in their quest for sustainable job positioning after graduation. This, he said, would help them in building and developing critical skills for the future as well as enhance their leadership capability.
In line with the University’s Vision for this academic year: "Innovation, Product Development and Nation Building," the Department of Civil Engineering, recently held her maiden edition of Poster Presentation/Competition at the lounge of the Civil Engineering building. The aim was to showcase the projects undertaken by the final year students of the Department.
Solutions to the myriad of challenges plaguing development in African nations were not in short supply at the 2016 Covenant University’s International Conference on African Development Issues; with some speakers proffering solutions to the problems of food security, healthy living and gender inequality.