Covenant University officially received a patent licence of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, via one of the University’s research clusters, conferring the right or title to exclude others from making, using, or selling her invention, ‘Zeolite Y’, under the Patent and Designs Act.
A team from Q21 Solutions, an event planning and management company, approached Covenant University on Friday, November 27, 2015, to discuss partnership possibilities between the two parties in the areas of event hosting, planning and management.
Covenant University received a team from Microsoft Nigeria’s IT Academy on Friday, November 26, 2015, as a follow up to previous discussions with the organization on a complete technology education solution; connecting students, teachers, employers and local communities through leading-edge technical skill development.
Raising the next generation of leaders, as Covenant University (CU) passionately seeks to do, require a clear strategy to maximise the students’ learning experience while within the University’s walls. In an effort to expand this strategy, the University management nominated Director of International Office & Linkages, Dr Omotayo Osibanjo and Sub Dean of Student Affairs, Mrs Victoria Adeoye to understudy the systems and strategies for developing the students and ensuring their academic success as deployed at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Covenant University has expressed its willingness to collaborate with researchers across Africa on migration and mobility issues affecting the continent.
Students of English Language, Covenant University have been advised to take advantage of Social Media and not wait till they graduate before earning money online.
Students of Covenant University have been advised to eat healthy and take time to exercise to prevent Diabetes Mellitus in line with the focus of the World Diabetes Day 2015.
A team from CFAO Electro-Hall, a reprographic and office automation solution company, and also an official Partner of Sharp Corporation in Nigeria, visited the Covenant University Management on Friday, November 20, 2015, to formerly present a proposal for partnership with the University on Managed Print Services (MPS).
The Deputy Managing Director, Nigerian Foundries Limited, a steel and iron casting manufacturing company, Engr. Nicholas Barberopoulos, paid a courtesy visit to Covenant University Management on Thursday, November 19, 2015. The visit was to discuss possible collaboration with the University in the field of Engineering, covering hands-on training, mentorship and product development.
Covenant University and Health Forever, a registered healthcare provider which provides alternative herbal preparations, entered into a partnership on Friday, November 16, 2015, to provide a framework for collaboration on the development of new herbal products (otherwise termed as, ‘Collaboration Products’).