While the world continues its search for a workable vaccine for the treatment of COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus, governments and non-governmental organisations in different countries also continue with efforts at sensitising the public to how they can avoid contact with the disease.
Two of the six youngest Professors in Nigeria are faculty members of God’s own University, Covenant.
A senior faculty in the Department of Biochemistry, Covenant University, Professor Emeka Iweala, says COVID-19, an infectious disease caused by the dreaded coronavirus poses enormous health, economic, environmental, social and political threats to humanity. He said the pandemic was eroding gains made in the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as it continued to spread throughout the world.
The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus, has forced people around the world to do things differently and faster. As such, stakeholders in the Nigerian education sector must rethink the way they administer education.
An indication that Covenant University’s publishing prowess continues to wax stronger emerged this weekend as God’s own University takes one step closer to the top spot in the research rankings for Nigerian institutions.
The Association of Professional Women in Engineering (APWEN), Ota Chapter, domiciled in Covenant University, has encouraged mothers and parents, in general, to allow their female children to embrace the engineering profession. Taking up engineering helps them to play vital roles in the development of their immediate environment and the nation at large.
God's own University, Covenant, has once again taken an audacious leap in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings. And this time around, it is in the Young University Rankings (YUR) category.
Experts in the energy sector have called on policymakers to have a sweeping policy review for the prospect of an improved energy market in the country as the world continues to take measures aimed at improving the negative impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the global economy. This request came up at a webinar organised by the Covenant University Centre for Economic Policy and Development Research (CEPDeR) with the theme, 'Post-COVID: Natural Gas Utilisation and Energy Market Prospects in Nigeria'.
A Resource Officer at the Centre for Learning Resources (CLR), Covenant University, Mr Michael Fagbohun, has emerged tops overall in Nigeria and 2nd in Africa, at the inaugural African Librarians Week held from 24th-30th, May 2020.
“I am so humbled and thankful to God for his grace and favour that brought on this achievement early in my professional career.” That was the take of Dr Joy Egede, one of the five (5) winners of the 2020 L’Oréal-UNESCO UK Women in Science Rising Talent Award. Her research work on ‘Automatic Multi-Modal Neonatal Pain Assessment’ earned her a place among the top 5 out of over 9,000 applications.