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.”
A representative of the CISCO Networking Academy, Mr. Olayinka Ajiboye, has encouraged students of the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering (EIE), Covenant, to embrace Cisco courses for industry certifications so as to become a networking insider, gain in-demand expertise, build confidence with real equipment, join a global community of professionals, and enter an exciting and expanding career.
Experts to discuss sectoral implications of 2019 national budget at Covenant University's foremost Research Centre
Ambassador Ayoloola Olukanni, director general of Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) and Mr Taiwo Hassan Adekunle (FCA), permanent Secretary, Ogun State Ministry of Budget and Planning, , and other highly placed experts in critical sectors of the Nigerian economy will on Friday, February 8th 2019 meet to discuss alongside sectoral players, the implications of this year’s budget and its importance to inclusive growth.
An expert in Quality Operations Control from May and Baker Nigeria Plc, Mr. Sunday Anthony Longe, has described Workplace Readiness as understanding the relationship between getting a job, sustaining it and advancing in that career.
Nuggets for Budding Female Engineers on Successful Engineering Career as APWEN Inaugurates Ota Branch
History was made on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, when the Association of Professional Women Engineers in Nigeria (APWEN) inaugurated its Ota Branch in Ogun State, and inducted a faculty in the Department of Civil Engineering, Covenant, Engr. Dr. (Mrs) Ayobami Busari as the pioneer Chairman of the branch.
A business consultant, Engr. Adeyemi Biodun Oyedepo, has urged engineers to feel challenged to acquire entrepreneurial skills to become either an entrepreneur that owns his/her own business or an entrepreneur that works in a company or firm, as engineers must appreciate the responsibility thrust on them towards salvaging the local economy in Nigeria.