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.
Covenant has emerged the 6th best University in Africa, according to the latest rankings by the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.
Covenant University, the Milwaukee School of Engineering, (MSOE), USA, and the Nigerian Foundries Limited are considering a collaboration on additive manufacturing and foundry technologies.
A risk management expert, Engr. Jacob Adeosun, has advised Risk Management engineers to be first and foremost competent, certified and experienced in certain core engineering fields for effective application of the risk engineering principles to evolve risk solutions that would fulfil the core objectives of the stakeholders.
The panel discussants and participants alike at a Workshop and Roundtable Discussion on 2019 National Budget, last Friday, unanimously agreed that the budget did not provide enough to address the pertinent issues in the various sector of the economy.
“Afforestation is a must if we are to improve on the current loss of biodiversity and enhance rainfall.”