A 300 Level student of Information and Communication Engineering and President of the Covenant University Literary and Debating Society (CULDS), Dominic Onyeka Dominic, has been selected for the prestigious 2017 Study of United States Institute (SUSI) Fellowship for Student Leaders.
A graduate of the Department of Chemical Engineering, Covenant University, Engr. Kolawole Osafehinti, has advised students of the Department not to wait until graduation before they start developing themselves, even beyond their areas of core competence.
The founder of Bestman Limited, Mrs. Opunimi Akinkugbe, popularly known as MoneyMattersWithNimi, on Thursday, 6th of April, 2017, enlightened Covenant University students on how money works in the world for effective leadership.
Covenant University has emerged 3rd position in the tertiary institutions’ category of the recently concluded maiden edition of Technology and Innovation Expo 2017, which took place in Abuja, Nigeria.
Organisers and participants at the recently concluded Technology and Innovation Expo 2017, organised by the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology, have commended Covenant University for her research products exhibited at the event which took place at the Eagles Square in Abuja.
The Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) team on accreditation visit to the Engineering Programmes of Covenant University has expressed satisfaction with the quality and capacity of equipment, manpower and facilities available for the various engineering programmes that were up for reaccreditation.
The Chancellor and Chairman, Board of Regents, Covenant University, Dr. David O. Oyedepo, including other dignitaries at the 8th Inaugural Lecture of Covenant University have commended the Inaugural Lecturer, Professor Christopher Awonuga, for delivering an educative and enlightening lecture.
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero,
Stakeholders at the Technology and Innovation Expo 2017 were unanimous in their declaration that there was an urgent need for the country to move science, technology and innovation to an advance level, noting that no nation has ever become great without developing indigenous technology to drive other sectors of the economy.
A senior faculty in the Department of Languages and General Studies, Covenant University, Professor Christopher Awonuga, has emphasized the importance of meaning, style and interpretation of texts in the use of language, specifically English, as a means of communication within a society and as a means of expression by an individual.