Mr Abraham Owoseni
B.Sc Architecture; M.Sc Architecture; GNIA
Building Information Modeling
Building Performance Evaluation
Awards & Honours
i) Most Outstanding Student, Society of Architecture Students, 2009
ii) Dexter Award, Society of Architecture Students, 2010
iii) Best Graduating Student Academic Award, 2011
iv) Most Creative, Society of Architecture Students, 2013
v) State and National Honor's Merit Award of the National Youth Service Scheme
Computer Aided Architectural Design and Drafting CAADD
Building Information Modeling BIM
Architectural Design Studio VI
Summary of Profile
Having served as the student Academic Adviser for the Society of Architecture Students SAS in 2012 and 2013, Abraham coordinates the Potter’s Mind Initiative, a mentorship program in the Department of Architecture, where students are practically guided and closely mentored for career competency and development in Architecture. Abraham is a recipient of several awards, including the State and National Honor’s Award of the National Youth Service Scheme, where he designed and built a Learning Resource Center that hosts a weekly Youth Development Club at Vetland Senior Grammar School, Agege, Lagos. He was awarded the Most Outstanding Student in 2009 as well as the Dexter Award in 2010 and the Most Creative Award, of the Society of Architecture Students SAS. In 2013, Abraham was the team leader of the Covenant University student design team at the Ife Architecture Student Association IFASA design competition, where the university emerged second in a design option amongst other schools of Architecture in Nigeria.
He teaches with an invigorating passion and inspiration to guide students in practical learning and understanding. He is the author of the Career-Leader, a rich educational text for career and leadership development.
Abraham envisions a new breed of young people who will be purposefully and holistically developed, thus his investment in human capital development and the corporate vision of raising a new generation of leaders.
He currently serves as an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Architecture, of the College of Science and Technology. His research interest spans across Behaviourial Architecture, Building Information Modeling and Building Performance Evaluation, with taught courses in Computer Aided Design and Drafting CADD, Building Information Modeling BIM, and Architectural Design Studio.