Covenant University and the Office for ICT, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (OIIE), a subsidiary of the National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, would soon be working out modalities to partner on what they called Future Garage.
The Nigerian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NSBMB) has given Covenant University the hosting rights for its 35th annual conference which comes up between Tuesday, November 1 and Friday 4, 2016, at the Conference Hall of the African Leadership Development Centre (ALDC) of the University. With the hosting right, Covenant University has become the first private university in Nigeria to host the conference in the history of the Society.
Students of Mathematics at Covenant University have been advised not to limit themselves in life, as the knowledge of the subject would make them vibrant and robust in thinking solutions to practical problems.
Lack of accountability in construction projects has been identified as a major factor for the spate of building collapse in the country. Consequently, professional Estate Surveyors and Valuers have been charged to always be an independent part of construction works in order to put things right professionally.
Unless and until the kidnapped Chibok School girls by Boko Haram Islamists are rescued, the campaigns, particularly on the social media, for their release would be considered unsuccessful.
Students and researchers in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Covenant University have been charged to channel their energy towards solving problems, through the deployment of a new academic curriculum targeted at teaching engineering beyond the level of mathematics.
Quanser, a world leader in experiments and courseware for engineering education and research for control systems, robotics and mechatronics, has proposed to the Management of Covenant University (CU) its desire to set up a Centre of Excellence in the institution.
A Non-Governmental Organisation, E7 Foundation Innovation, has unveiled its plan to encourage the development of final year projects by final year students of Covenant University, in furtherance of the foundation’s objective of promoting innovation, problem-solving and nation building.
Covenant University and Danvic Petroleum International, an indigenous oil and gas service company with specialty in training young professionals in the areas of geology and geophysics, are working on the feasibility of signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on a mutually beneficial relationship that ultimately will improve the employability of CU graduates.
Students of Covenant University have been urged to set good values for themselves in their quest for a life of greatness, because the values they internalise and embrace will be a determining factor of how great they will be in life.