Students of Covenant University from one of the Africa countries, Zambia, celebrated the faithfulness of God at the Chapel Service on Thursday, October 23, 2014 as their country celebrates 50 years of Independence.
Dr. Emeka Iweala is a biochemist with a strong curiosity about cancer chemo prevention. His research interests include drug-nutrients interactions in animals and the potential use of local plants in complementary and alternative medicine.
Falling in line with the activities marking the Founder’s Day Anniversary of Covenant University on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, the institution in collaboration with Oracle, one of the foremost IT companies in the world, supported by MTN and Cchub, organized a sensitization programme for staff and students of tertiary institutions in Ogun State.
12TH Founder’s Day: Covenant University Commissions New Ultramodern Health and Entrepreneurial Development Studies Centres
As part of activities marking the Covenant University’s 12th Founder’s Day Ceremony on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, new ultramodern Health Centre and Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies were commissioned.
Faculty, staff and students of Covenant University have been urged to do the impossible, dare the undarable and create solutions to existing problems. This was the message of the Chancellor, Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo at the 12th Founder’s Day Service on Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Dr. Abiodun H. Adebayo is a natural product biochemist with keen interest in medicinal plants and how these plants can be used to improve the health and wellbeing of the common man. He is a researcher of note and a number of his works have been published in reputable international journals across the field of science.
It was another time to relax, have fun, interact and extend hands of love and care to the less privileged as Covenant University students, staff and faculty participated in the first ever ‘Love Marathon’ tagged, “Lovathon” on Saturday, October 5, 2014.
In a colourful and globally significant ceremony, the Management of Covenant University (CU), in Canaan Land, Ota, commissioned its Waste to Wealth initiative (W2W). The event which took place on October 8, 2014, amidst lots of excitement, featured the formal launch of specifically labelled waste bins, which would be used for the first phase of CU’s initiative to drive environmental recovery in Africa.
Covenant University has flagged off a Waste to Wealth initiative (W2W) as part of her drive to create a sustainable environment and generate revenues from environmental waste, thus reducing the pressure and consumption of virgin materials. The project is expected to cover peculiar aspects of solid waste management in the University, which include refuse generation, source reduction, collection, transportation, recycling and resource recovery, composting and combustion.
A team from the Daily Telegraph Publishing Co. Ltd, publishers of the New Telegraph newspaper paid a courtesy visit to Covenant University (CU) on Tuesday, September 30, 2014.