Covenant’s short-term vision of becoming one of the top 10 universities in the word by the year 2022 has not ceased to receive validations through the steady rise of the University’s profile in virtually all the parameters crucial to the realisation of the vision.
One of the International Visiting Scholars to Covenant, Professor Nduka Ekere, has declared that the future of electronics packaging is spin-based electronics, which is aptly dubbed ‘Spintronics’.
He stated that since there was a limit to how big products could be made, there must also be a limit as to how small manufacturers could go. “In recent time, they are looking at another way of conducting electronics; it’s called spintronics, spin-based electronics. The future is spintronics,” he affirmed.
Keynote Speakers at the 2019 Entrepreneurship Day of Covenant have urged students of the University to strive to find their niche as a first step towards achieving their dream of being a successful entrepreneur.
The Head of Africa and Middle East Division, International Office of SciencesPo, Paris, France, Mr. Fabien Albouy, has commended the Management and Staff of Covenant for the great strides recorded within a short space of time.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) in collaboration with technology firms Facebook, Microsoft and the Rockefeller Foundation were in Covenant University to launch an arm of the youth empowerment programme, in her quest to train and develop Africa’s youth skills to meet employer requirements.
Being very moderate in our day-to-day lives, especially in eating and other things, offers the best opportunity to guard against the scourge of cancer.
This was the view of the Executive Director, St. Cyril Cancer Treatment Centre, Mrs. Moji Animashaun, the Guest Speaker at the Free Breast and Cervical Screening programme, recently held at the Covenant University Health Centre to commemorate the 2019 International Women’s Day.
An International Visiting Scholar to Covenant, Professor Raffaele Marchetti, has stated that the unique vision of the University could be enhanced by cooperation and collaborations with other like-minded universities.
Having experienced firsthand the whole gamut of what makes Covenant a fast-growing world-class University, one of Covenant’s International Visiting Scholar, Dr. Uche Ekhator-Mobayode has asserted that Covenant has the momentum to become one of the top 10 universities in the world in a few years’ time.
Covenant’s International Visiting Scholar, Dr Loes Damhof, has commended the intellectual prowess of both members of faculty and students of Covenant University.
Dr. Damhof, originally, of Hanze University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands, is among the motley crowd of international scholars that had been attracted by the rising profile of Covenant as a world-class research and teaching University. She was at Covenant to teach students of Mass Communication on Intercultural Communication and the faculty on Futures Literacy.
Covenant’s burgeoning status as a research University has received acknowledgment from another of her International Visiting Scholars, Professor Solomon Isiorho, who asserted that the atmosphere at the University and her facilities were very conducive to research and learning.