An expert in Human Resource Development, Dr. Nduka Okoisor, has advised the students of the Department of Business Management to identify capability gaps and create targeted individual development plans in their quest for sustainable job positioning after graduation. This, he said, would help them in building and developing critical skills for the future as well as enhance their leadership capability.
In line with the University’s Vision for this academic year: "Innovation, Product Development and Nation Building," the Department of Civil Engineering, recently held her maiden edition of Poster Presentation/Competition at the lounge of the Civil Engineering building. The aim was to showcase the projects undertaken by the final year students of the Department.
Solutions to the myriad of challenges plaguing development in African nations were not in short supply at the 2016 Covenant University’s International Conference on African Development Issues; with some speakers proffering solutions to the problems of food security, healthy living and gender inequality.
Africa would not be said to have developed if the indices of development do not reflect a positive change in the life of the ordinary people, a Professor of Global Human Rights and Peace Studies at McMaster University, Canada, Professor Bonny Ibhawoh, has said.
Covenant University and a leading indigenous oil company, Forte Oil, are discussing the possibility of a partnership, the company’s Head of Talent Management, Nduka Okoisor has revealed.
The Covenant University International Conference on African Development Issues (CU-ICADI) 2016 officially came to a close on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, with the Chancellor of the University, Dr. David Oyedepo, calling for a redefinition of democracy
Embarking on deliberate and sustained researches would help to find solutions to Africa’s and nay man’s challenges, the Director, Covenant University Centre for Research, Innovation and Discovery (CUCRID), Professor Samuel Wara, has said.
Not a few participants at the 2016 Covenant University’s International Conference on African Development Issues were lavished in their praises and hearty in their approbation of the University’s Chancellor, Dr. David Oyedepo, whose leadership giant strides they recommend as a model for African leaders.
African leaders must shed the garb of wastage and corruption and strive to be committed to and sustain policies with positive impact, if countries on the continent are to achieve economic, infrastructural and social prosperity like the developed nations of the world.
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor Charles Ayo and the Enactus Team have visited Isalu community in Ado area of the host community in the Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State. The visit, according to the Vice-Chancellor, was to identify possible areas where the University through Enactus Team can establish short and long-term developmental projects.