In view of Nigeria’s countdown to her 2015 general election, the Department of Mass Communication of Covenant University has organized a Consultative Meeting of Communication Scholars and Practitioners on the topic “The 2015 General and Presidential Elections and National Security Issues.” The meeting involved both external and internal participants and it took place at the University’s Guest House.
Students of the Department of Biological Sciences, Covenant University, have been urged to avail themselves of the opportunities outside school, because there are many chances to make discoveries, especially in the world of science.
Pastor (Mrs.) Faith Oyedepo has said that two things -God’s faithfulness and grace - were the summary of her testimony.
Covenant University, on February 3, 2015, hosted a team from the Rotary Club International, Ota District, Ogun State.
In an effort to reduce the rate of Land duping in the country, Students of the Department of Estate Management have been enlightened on the need for Land registration, and were urged to take appropriate measures regarding land ownership.
Students of the Department of Architecture have been advised to acquire knowledge in Management, which was described, as the very heart of the profession, as design skills are not enough to stand out in the economy.
“Human Resource (HR) is the driving force behind what makes a winning team. We make the argument that the team that fields the best players wins. Human Resource is involved in making sure we field the best players”.
“Every organization is distinguished by her unique manpower and their honourable qualities”, says the Registrar, Covenant University, Dr Olumuyiwa Oludayo, while speaking on the University’s Core Values and objectives at a seminar organized by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Study (CEDS).
Covenant University Farm is set to go industrial, as the management of the University is poised to inject the necessary funds to drive its activities.
In a bid to impact on the industry through her research efforts, Covenant University is set to commence robust town/gown interactions. This was contained in a memo to all the Heads of Departments (HODs) and signed by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo.