A Renewable Energy Technical Specialist, Engr. Samuel Ahanor, has advised Electrical and Information Engineering (EIE) students of Covenant University, to maximise the value of their course of study by focusing on developing ideas in Renewable Energy that could earn them income.
A continuous improvement expert, Mr. Peter Albert, was in Covenant University recently for a Town and Gown Seminar which focused on the ‘Importance Of Chemistry In Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Companies.’ He described fast-moving consumer goods as products that are sold quickly and at relatively low cost, which offer quick turnover to the manufacturers. Examples include non-durable goods such as soft drinks, toiletries and grocery items. “Quite a lot of people depend on the FMCG products for their daily operations,” he stated.
Emphasis was laid on the importance of Spirituality as the management of Covenant University admonished new Faculty and Non-Teaching Staff on the imperative of embracing all the Core Values of the University at an orientation programme held on Tuesday March 15, 2016 inside the amphitheater of the African Leadership Development Centre within the school’s premises.
Getting well researched articles published in reputable journals, would be of immense benefits both to the students and their institution, according to Dr. Olawande Daramola, the Director of Academic Planning Unit, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State.
Prospective graduates of Accounting willing to take taxation as a profession have been encouraged to do so as “tax is the future”.
Speaking at the recent Town and Gown Seminar of the Department of Accounting at the Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, the Facilitator, Mr. Olufela Sokenu, the chief executive at the accounting firm Olufela Sokenu and Associates, said economic meltdown is forcing governments to explore the tax option in revenue drive and as such, open huge window of opportunities for tax professionals.
Young PhD graduates of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, have been given what perhaps could be the biggest challenge of their academic career, with the Chancellor of the university, Dr. David Oyedepo, urging them to come up with innovations that can solve some of the myriad of problems plaguing the society.
The Managing Partner, Broll Property Services, Esv. Omotosho Olayinka has enlightened Estate Management students of Covenant University on the ethics of Real Estate profession and other numerous opportunities in the profession.
Expert Enlightens Chemistry Department Students on the Role of Chemistry in Food Product Development
The Department of Chemistry recently held its first Town and Gown Seminar for the Omega Semester titled, ‘The Role of Chemistry in Food Product Development.’ The lecture centred on the conceptual presentation of Chemistry as “food chemistry,” a key area of food science which is intimately related to chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology and other biological sciences.
Dokubo Deipriye, a 400 Level student of Computer Science, has emerged winner of the Treasure Hunt competition held to commemorate the College Week of Engineering and Science and Technology of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State.
A Town and Gown seminar was recently held at the Department of Languages and General Studies, which featured a life changing and impactful presentation with the theme, ‘Languages, Vision and The Prospects of Greatness in the 21st Century,’ by Mr. Tunji Abioye, an Advertising/ Marketing Communication expert from Fuel Communications Limited, Lagos. In his presentation, the students were advised to disabuse their minds of the notion that fellows who study courses in the Arts are inferior to the ones in the Sciences.