The idea of ambient learning, which focuses on the way people adopt technology in their everyday life and how technology adapts to the environment, was the product of personal experiences and experiments.
A faculty in the Department of Civil Engineering, Covenant University, Professor David O. Olukanni, has won a Scholar Position at the University of Toronto, Canada, under the project tagged ‘Engineering Education for Sustainable Cities in Africa (EESC-A)’.
System collapse and lack of building policy has been identified as the root cause of the spate of building collapse in the country.
The Entire Management of Covenant University Heartily Felicitates with our Chaplain, Pastor Promise Olusegun Omidiora on His Birthday, 29th January, 2018. Happy Celebrations sir!
A 5-man research team from Covenant University, led by Professor Evans Osabuohein of the Department of Economics and Development Studies, has won the 2017 Meaning-making Research Initiatives (MRI) competition of the Council for the Development of Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA), with their project on Large-scale Land Investment and (Un)Employment Questions in Africa: Quantitative and Qualitative Insights from Nigeria.
A former Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor Taiwo Abioye, has called for further research in the fields of Discourse, Stylistics and the New Media as there are still fresh grounds requiring innovative explorations in the respective fields (http://bit.ly/12-inaugural).
History and prominence paled into insignificance recently as Covenant University warded off competition from some elite universities in Africa to make the top 3 bracket in the field of Business and International Management, according to computations by Elsevier SciVal, the quick and easy access to the research performance of 8500 research institutions and 220 countries worldwide.
A sociologist cum banker, Mojibade Sosanya, has urged students in the Department of Sociology of Covenant University to see their subscription to the programme as a foundational background needed to function at an optimal level in whatever other career path they may choose to tow later in life.
Nigeria’s best private institution, Covenant University, has continued to pull her weight among the best in Africa by emerging second in the ranking of universities in the continent in the field of Management of Technology and Innovation.
A 500-Level student of Electrical and Information Engineering of Covenant University, Miss Naomi Ekpoki Onesenema, has won the highly coveted Future Africa Leaders Awards (FALA) Star Prize for the year 2017.