Balance of interests, rather than “equality”, should be the guiding principle of stakeholder representation in Internet governance, a study by a Covenant University faculty has suggested.
Urban Renewal in Nigeria should be more holistic, by way of catering for the needs of people likely to be affected and get them involved from start to finish before demolition, to avoid negative impacts on the inhabitants.
Business organisations have been advised to create a platform for the 21st Century’s human resource function to help impact on businesses as virile human resource development initiatives in a period of economic recession is crucial to boosting productivity and effective employee engagement.
“There is no doubt whatever about the influence of Architecture and structure upon human character and action. We make our buildings and afterwards they make us. They regulate the course of our lives.”
Covenant University and an international capacity development and consulting firm, Canada Executive Management and Professional Centre (CEMP), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on a partnership that will see the University running Professional Management Courses and its students enjoying research grants from international agencies.
Information solutions provider, Elsevier, has expressed satisfaction with the way its relationship with Covenant University was shaping up.
The role of Chemists in building brand identity in a manufacturing company came to the fore on Friday, February 24, 2017, at the Town and Gown Seminar organised by the Department of Chemistry, Covenant University, Ota, with emphasis on the demonstration of high sense of professional integrity.
Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State and Cranfield University, a British postgraduate and research-based public university specialising in science, engineering, technology and management, have resolved to work together on different research projects.
The task of eradicating counterfeit and substandard products from Nigeria is said to be the responsibility of all, including the government, regulating agencies, stakeholders and the consumers.
Any meaningful reform in the politics of the United Nations that fails to address the issue and use of Veto power by the five permanent members of the Security Council will at best be a cosmetic exercise that will continue to make, supposedly, weaker countries, in the United Nations system feel insecure.