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A team from IBM was in Covenant University on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, to deliberate with the University Management on partnership possibilities. The meeting, which featured a detailed presentation by the IBM team, took place in the Vice Chancellor’s Conference Room in Canaan Land, Ota.
It was an insightful moment at the recently held Town and Gown Interaction organized by the Department of Physics, Covenant University.
A Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Afolabi Aroyewun, has charged students of Psychology in Covenant University to make their education count in their approach to vital human issues in the society.
Students of the Department of Building Technology, Covenant University, have been urged to be creative and proactive in maximizing the use of Dry Construction Methodology because of endless opportunities in the system”.
With the government embarking on slum clearance and creation of new cities in Nigeria, students of the Department of Building Technology have been advised to develop a contracting culture, which would enable them get beneficially involved in creating sustainable cities.
The Management of Covenant University officially commissioned the surveillance systems at the Covenant University Health Centre (CUCH) and the African Leadership Development Centre (ALDC) on Friday, February 6, 2015.
The Vice Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor Charles Ayo, has described the University’s achievement at the recently released Webometrics Ranking of World Universities as favour from God. The Vice Chancellor said this at a Media Chat on Friday, February 13, 2015, in his conference room.
I want to welcome you to this media chat as we celebrate the faithfulness of God upon the University as we emerged No 1 among all the universities in Nigeria and West Africa, and also, ranked No 15 in Africa in the recently released Webometrics Ranking of 10th February, 2015.
Students of the Department of Economics & Development Studies have been urged to develop skills that would make them fit into existing positions in the job market.