The Vice-Chancellor of Paul University, Anambra State, Professor Uche Isiugo-Abanihe, has commended his Covenant University counterpart, Professor AAA. Atayero, for the “great work” being done by the institution.
The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) has continued its drive towards ensuring that all Nigerian workers own a house of their own by introducing its new product, the Home Renovation Loan Scheme, to Covenant University.
In order to boost the research capacity of its staff and the postgraduate students at Covenant University, the Department of Mathematics has organised a “Workshop on the Use of Octave and R.”
Emphasis was on the promotion of collaborative research across engineering disciplines as researchers in the College of Engineering(CoE), Covenant University, on Thursday, March 16, 2017, converged for the college’s first seminar.
The new Unit Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Ota, Unit Command, Ogun State, Assistant Corps Commander (ACC) Anthony Osahon, has promised to work with Covenant University with a view to improving the widely acknowledged good relationship that currently exists between the FRSC and the University.
Covenant University and the Texas A&M University, the United States, have reached an understanding on the possibility of having a collaboration in areas of mutual interest.
There is an urgent need for governments at all levels and stakeholders to develop thought-provoking and relevant skills set that are not prerequisites for jobs, in order to power growth and development in this challenging economic time, an expert in the banking industry, Mr. Ken Opara, has advocated.
Disposing the increasing number of used-electronics with plastic casings, which are usually High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) in nature around the world is an emerging waste management concern globally. A recent study on the usefulness of pelletized discarded electrical fittings for the removal of heavy metals from water and wastewater, have been discovered to possess basic properties needed for adsorptive treatment of water, due to their high carbon content.
Upcoming broadcasters have been challenged to tell stories of Africa and Nigeria in a manner that will redress the largely negative views and unbalanced reports emanating from Western news media about the continent.
Henceforth, Covenant University must be called “Home of the Free, Land of the Brave”, the Chancellor and Chairman, Board of Regent of the University, Dr. David O. Oyedepo, has declared.