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Covenant at 20: Elsevier Seeks Collaboration Towards Landmark Event

The Regional Account Manager – North, East Africa, and Country Representative of Elsevier in Nigeria, Mr. Amr Dahab, has harped on the desire to collaborate with Covenant University, towards the 20th anniversary celebration of the University later this year.

Mr. Dahab, speaking during a courtesy call on the University’s Management said Elsevier was elated and wanted to celebrate the successes of the partnership with Covenant University, and as such, will be looking forward to partnering with the University on its 20th anniversary.

He said Elsevier will be willing to collaborate with Covenant as the plans for the 20th anniversary unfolds, noting that Elsevier is willing to work with the University through the various marketing partners Elsevier has in the African region.

Mr. Dahab congratulated Covenant University for the commendable performance they have continued to put on since she broke through the Times Higher Education Impact Ranking, reiterating that Elsevier was proud to be associated with the Covenant brand name.

The Director, Covenant University Centre for Learning Resources, Dr Mercy Iroaganchi, appreciated the support Elsevier as an organization has helped faculty and staff of the University over the years in driving quality research and publications.

Dr Iroaganchi said it is with the renewed expectation that the University is looking forward to greater engagement in the areas of seminars, workshops and regular training sessions for members of the University community in the use of Elsevier’s resources.

In his remarks, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Abiodun Adebayo, appreciated Mr. Dahab and his team for the quality services that they have brought to bear on the University’s learning space.

Professor Adebayo said the current foreign exchange monetary policy of the nation’s apex bank has affected the mode of payment of the University’s subscription, but the Management is determined to remain true to its financial obligation to Elsevier.

He told the gathering that while the University has improved on its impact ranking, the Management would not rest on its oars because the goal is to be among the world’s top 10 and the journey to that destination is still a long way ahead.

Professor Adebayo appreciated Elsevier for all the training support made available to the University these past years while soliciting a more robust engagement down the road.

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