The success of any chosen career has been hinged on the ability to reduce life problems to a mathematical equation and thereafter, proffer solution to the problem. Mathematics is therefore considered as the oldest and mother of all subjects even employed by God at creation.
The import of British engagement in pre and post independent Nigeria was brought under the microscope by students of Covenant University, as they dissected the myriad of the nation’s problems, during a parley organised by the Covenant University Literary and Debating Society to commemorate the country’s 56th Independence Day Celebration.
It was not a time for speech making, but an occasion for promoting the virtues of cleanliness and greener environment for healthy living. This was what prompted the Community Development Impact Initiative Committee of the University (CDIIC) to initiate a drainage clearing exercise over the weekend.
There are great opportunities in the power sector for entrepreneurs and startups to create jobs independent of government, but the industry has largely been underdeveloped.
Prospective builders should guard against the temptation of sacrificing professionalism on the altar of lucre in their future undertakings, the Guest Speaker at the Town and Gown Seminar of the Department of Building Technology of Covenant University, Builder Samuel Abiodun, has said.
To go beyond limits, the Architect must reclaim his role as the head of the team and ensure he gives ‘informed directives’ to other professionals in the team. He must also break the limits by increasing his knowledge base in order to be respected by others.
“Quality is about trust. Each and every one of us has the power to influence this trust through our dedication to the quality of our products and through our passion and leadership.”
Examining the trade in short-term loans between banks and other financial institutions, Covenant University scholar suggests ways to better performance
Absence of effective institutional arrangement, according to a co-authored study, ensures insignificant negative impact of fuel subsidy on the Nigerian environment
The College of Engineering (CoE), Covenant University, has unfolded a 10-point Action Plan aimed at improving the current status of teaching, research, accreditation, infrastructure, faculty, staff among others in the College and the university in general.