The Committee of Deans of Engineering and Technology of Nigerian Universities (CODET) has revealed its plan to leverage on engineering partnerships so as to drive change in the society.
A team of researchers has proposed a constraint-based reasoning on extended feature models to address the need to explicitly capture the cloud services, their Quality of Service attributes, and the cross-service relationships and constraints in a logical and structural manner as part of an ecosystem.
Advertising still remains one of the known and widely used forms of product promotion due to its persuasive nature. As a result, organisations whose products are targeted at the mass consumer markets are advised to make use of advertising to communicate their products to the customers.
Prospective graduates must possess certain irreducible minimum qualities to be able to have an edge in the job market, a Chemical Engineer cum Career and Employability Coach, Mr. Segun Akiode, has declared.
A communications expert, Mr. Olutoyin Oloniteru, has posited that an engineer is not properly trained until he is aware and acquainted with not just the technological environment, but also the legal, policy and regulatory environment in order to be effective.
Maya Angelou, the late American poet and civil rights activist, wrote in one of her many quotes:“I have learnt that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you make them feel”.
The Winners Prison Ministry is seeking a collaboration with Covenant University towards the package of training programmes for both the warders and inmates of Nigerian prisons.
The Controller, Nigerian Prisons, Ikoyi, Lagos, Mr. Olumide Tinuoye, has urged researchers to investigate if a qualitative sociological study of prisons is useful and of relevance to the correctional system.
Mathematicians have been charged to rise up and play a prominent role in solving the security problems in Nigeria, as the nation’s security system is said to owe its functionality to the abundance of mathematical skills.
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.