The results of a study undertaken by a team of scholars at the University of Pittsburg, USA, in an attempt to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls, have highlighted significant vulnerabilities of women related to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) and other forms of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in Boko Haram settings. Boko Haram is a jihadist terrorist organisation based in northeastern Nigeria. It is also active in Chad, Niger and northern Cameroon.
A couple of experts in the oil industry have exposed budding engineers in the Department of Petroleum Engineering, Covenant, to the use of 4D Seismic Technology and Pressure Transient Analysis in oil exploration, production and field development.
A graduate of Estate Management from Covenant, Estate Surveyor and Valuer (ESV) Chukwuezugo Egwuatu, has advocated a robust approach to bridging the gap between the learnt school theories and the actual industrial practice in order to ensure the breeding of market-ready/entrepreneurship-oriented graduates.
Covenant University will strive to attain and maintain credible standards of appraisal for all career tracks of staff with the key objectives of encouraging, acknowledging and rewarding scholarship, teaching quality, professional competence, service and leadership, and alignment with core values, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor AAA. Atayero, has reassured.
If a situation or action is too much for you, it will be so difficult, tiring, or upsetting that you cannot cope with it. This was the submission of Dr. Olubukola Ajayi, the Guest Speaker at a recent Town and Gown Seminar of the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University.
A senior Data Analyst from Acclio Creative Solution, Mr. Joshua Kolade, has described Mathematics as a tool for the evaluation and improvement of the quality of information in the face of uncertainty.
A Professor of Biochemistry at Covenant, Professor Shalom Chinedu, has advocated that innovative technologies and techniques in the fields of life sciences, notably, modern biotechnology, constitute the emerging pathways which Africans should engage to secure Africa’s future.
People at the different levels of the social strata should be exposed to the dos and don’ts of water conservation so as to ensure easy access to clean water for the generality, an emeritus Professor of Geoscience at Burdue University, USA, Professor King S. Isiorho, has declared.
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Covenant, Professor Akan Williams, has charged new students of the University’s School of Postgraduate Studies (SPS) to take advantage of the opportunity of their sojourn in God’s own University by imbibing her values, as a pathway to the fulfillment of their dreams.
Facilitators at the recently held 2019 edition of the Covenant University Edustart Summit, with the theme, ‘The Future Teacher’, have unanimously agreed in their submissions that the teacher of the future must be technology-savvy, innovative, thoughtful and collaborative among others.