9th Convocation Address by Chancellor, Covenant University
Activities slated for the 9th Convocation Ceremony of Covenant University will hold between Wednesday 25 and Sunday, June 29, 2014 at the University Chapel, Canaanland, Ota.
Covenant University concluded a one-day conference on e-governance on Monday, June 9, 2014.
A team of officials from the National Identity Management Commission, on Friday, June 6, 2014, paid a courtesy call, on the Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University to thank the Management for granting the Commission the use of the University’s premises as one of the centres for the ongoing National Identity Card registration exercise.
The need to reengineer the nation’s value system is important in managing conflicts at its various levels. This is because something must change within the makeup of the body politic for other things to change around the nation.
The United Bank for Africa’s Strategic Business Group Head in charge of Lagos Mainland, Oyo and Ogun states, Mr. Ayoku Liadi, on Tuesday May 27, 2014 led some executives of the bank in the south-west region to visit Covenant University.
A visiting Professor of Covenant University, Professor Victor Mbarika, has called on university faculty members to develop the skills of ‘Grantmanship’ if they must be globally competitive. Professor Mbarika made this statement at a recent workshop on Grant-writing, hosted at the Centre for Learning Resources, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State.
The faculty and staff of Covenant University, as well as the general public are scheduled to begin a series of highly impactful summer training symposiums, workshops and conferences, covering diverse areas of study and anchored by very reputable visiting professors from world-class Universities.
The just concluded Bioinformatics International Workshop that gathered scholars within and outside of the African continent to train, with the aim of solving African problems as it pertains to human health and hereditary challenges, has been hailed as a huge success.
The Department of Political Science and International Relations, Tuesday, May 20, 2014, hosted a round-table discussion on “Militancy and National Peace,” with Professor Bonny Ibhawo of the Department of History and Centre for Peace Studies, as well as the Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research, Humanities, McMaster University Canada, leading the discussion.