The Management, Faculty, Staff and Students of Covenant University hereby wish our Dean, College of Leadership Development Studies, Professor Charles Ogbulogo Happy Birthday. Have a most refreshing and blissful celebration as you continue to contribute to the growth and development of the University in Jesus’ name. Congratulations sir!
Interswitch, an Africa-focused integrated digital payments and Commerce Company, has proposed the introduction of its e-Learning Certification Programme to the Management of Covenant University, with a view to providing education and awareness on electronic payment to students of the University.
Chams Plc, Nigeria's leading identity management and transaction payments systems solution provider, has reiterated its readiness to partner with Covenant University to develop software applications.
The Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), the body with the responsibility for producing technical standards for products and services in the country, has commended Covenant University for the development of vehicle speed limiting devices by two members of the institution’s faculty.
A study has confirmed that the wind profiles and characteristics of south west region of Nigeria are suitable for electricity generation, with the energy cost analysis showing that generation cost can be as low as 0.02/kWh and as high as 5.03/kWh, depending on the turbine model employed.
Researchers, A. A. Adegunle, Shade Kuyoro and O. Awodele have proposed “Green IT” (Information Technology), otherwise known as ecologically sound IT, as a mitigating measure for greenhouse gases produced by human activities.
Barring any hitches, Covenant University and the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, might soon be collaborating on research and teaching related projects.
In order to prepare its students for ground breaking research, the School of Postgraduate Studies of Covenant University has organised the second edition in the series of its seminars and workshops.
The reliance of majority of Nigerian households on charcoals, firewood and other related solid biomass as their major cooking fuels has significantly contributed to atmospheric particles and carbon monoxide emissions in the environment. This increase in the use of solid biomass has also escalated deforestation with an upsurge in the amount of discharges into the atmosphere which poses grave health risk to the populace.
All over the world, technical education has been a major driver of national development strategies, because of its impact on productivity and economic development. However, the polarisation of information and communication technology knowledge, design and production between the developed countries and developing economies, has resulted into a digital diametrical world; where one is producing technology and the other is consuming what it cannot produce.