CU Appoints New Deans and HODs

CU Appoints New Deans and HODs

 
CU Appoints New Deans and HODs

An Alumnus of Covenant University, Mr. Muyiwa Fadugba has been appointed the new Dean of Students’ Affairs

An Alumnus of Covenant University, Mr. Muyiwa Fadugba has been appointed the new Dean of Students’ Affairs of Covenant University. His appointment was ratified by the University’s Board of Regents (the University’s Governing Council) and announced on Monday, October 11, 2010.

Announcing his appointment, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan noted that the vision of a new generation leaders is being gradually realised.

Mr. Fadugba is the fifth Dean of Students and the first Alumnus to occupy the position. He was a pioneer student of the University and also the first Chairman of the Students’ Council. He is currently the President of the Covenant University Alumni Association. He is on the verge of completing his Ph.D programme in Human Resource Development.

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The Board of Regents has also ratified the appointments of new deans for the two colleges and Heads of Departments for the 2010/2011 Accademic Session. They are Professor Kayode Shoremekun (College of Development Studies) and Professor Fredrick kofi Hymore (College of Science and technology)

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Professor Shoremekun, a Professor of Political Science and International Relations took over from Professor Mathew Ola-Rotimi Ajayi while Professor Hymore, a Professor of Chemical Engineering took over from Professor Churchill Ako who had been acting.

 The Vice-Chancellor on behalf of the Chancellor and Members of the Board of Regents expressed deep appreciation for the contributions already made by the newly appointed officers as well as her confidence that they would continue to contribute to the growth of the University.

 

 The Board of Regents has also ratified the appointment of new Deans for the two Colleges and Heads of Departments for the 2010/2011 Academic Session. They are Professor Kayode Shoremekun (College of Development Studies) and Professor Frederick Kofi Hymore (College of Science and Technology).