Covenant University’s 300 and 400 level Physics and Petroleum Engineering students have been given the opportunity to undergo training that will give them a global competitive edge in the oil and gas industries. The initial session on Monday, September 21, 2015, marked the opening of the 5-day, Practical Oil & Gas Seismic International Training for Undergraduate Students, hosted by the College of Science & Technology. The multidisciplinary venture between the Physics and Petroleum Engineering Departments will operate in collaboration with Danvic Petroleum International, the training providers.
Dr Akan Williams, an Associate Professor of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry at Covenant University (CU) has been awarded a Professional Fellow of the Chemical Society of Nigeria (FCSN). The award was presented by the National President of the Chemistry Society of Nigeria, Professor Gloria Obuzor, in an awards ceremony held on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at the International Conference Centre in Abuja.
The sports ground before Covenant University’s Cafeteria One, which is a usual venue for the students’ organised Trade Fair was a hive of activities as the fair was off to an energizing start. Music and the aroma of various delicacies welcomed guest even as students mingled with their friends and loved ones, admiring the diverse array of entrepreneurial skills exhibited.
The Covenant University Management rejoiced with the Director, Centre for Systems and Information Services (CSIS), Engr. Yinka Adeboye, on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, on the occasion of his birthday.
The Management of Covenant University (CU) on Thursday, September 17, 2015, hosted officials from the MFI Group of Companies.
Covenant University has been adjudged one of the best in the just concluded competition for the innovation of ‘cheap smart metering solution for preventing energy theft.’
Professor Chinedu Shalom, an erudite professor of the university, who is also the Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies, was showered with gifts and appreciation by the Covenant University Management on Friday, September 18, 2015, on the occasion of his 49th birthday.
Globally, cancer is a public health problem affecting people from all walks of life. It is a leading cause of death in both developed and developing countries and has become an increasing concern in Nigeria. Prostate cancer in particular, has a mortality rate of over 80 percent making it the number one cancer killer of Nigerian men. For this reason, Covenant University Health Centre is set to promote public health and disease prevention in the institution and its neighbouring communities that will lead to creation of awareness and reduce the mortality rate of prostate cancer.
Covenant University will be holding its inaugural Waste to Wealth competition for students. The competition, to be launched by the Waste to Wealth Committee in collaboration with the Career Development Unit of the Students’ Affairs Department, will be held from September 7 to October 25, 2015.
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