The Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, has admonished faculty and staff of the great institution not to take the just ended Executive Advance programme as a religious exercise, rather, an equipment for engagement in the new academic session, leading to the advancement of the University’s vision of becoming one of the top 10 universities in the world by the year 2022.
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, has said that the University was committed to driving the core value of ‘Responsibility’ in the 2017/2018 Academic Session as he welcomed returning students.
Covenant University has maintained her preeminent position as the most preferred private university in Nigeria by emerging the 2017 Private University of First Choice among students seeking admission into higher institutions of learning in Nigeria.
The need for multispecies control approach in the management of the menace of co-infections, particularly as it affects Nigerians was said to be inevitable and cost effective.
Faculty and staff of Covenant have been advised that whatever they say and stand for will not count as much as what people see them do, as character will continue to play a critical role in the rating of the University in her march towards the attainment of the set mission statement and vision of Covenant.
Chairman of the Covenant University Alumni Association (CUALA), Mr. Reginald Bassey, has urged the University management to engage the alumni in the branding and rebranding strategy of the University, while he also tasked members of the alumni to uphold the Covenant brand with a sense of ownership.
Conducive Learning Environment, Emotionally Intelligent Faculty, Staff Germaine to Attaining World Class Status
A conducive learning ambience with high emotional intelligent faculty and staff, who are well grounded in impactful pedagogies such as Problem Based Learning and Research Informed Learning, are said to be critical to citation and industry partnership goal of Covenant University in the 2017/2018 Academic Session.
The Chancellor, Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo, has called on faculty and staff of the University to expect supernatural speed in accomplishing their publication targets, research works and products development endeavour through their spiritual engagement in the new academic session.
Researchers are more likely to have access to research grant when they collaborate, a foremost researcher at Covenant University, Dr. Angela Eni, has advocated.
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, and discussants at the 2017/2018 Executive Advance programme of the University have stressed the imperative of authors among the faculty and non-teaching staff churning out quality publications in high impact journals that would earn them citations and increase the University’s reputation.