Under sweltering heat in dry weather conditions, members of the Covenant University Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CU-CDIIC) recently mobilized the institution’s student population on a 2.8-kilometer road and environment cleaning exercise, with a view to promoting Goals 6 and 11 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
A team from the Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON), recently on a compliance visit to the Department of Architecture, Covenant University, has lauded the quality of academic and infrastructural resources in the department, and commended the University management for the huge investment in the programme.
A Quality Assurance expert from Guinness Nigeria Plc, Mr. Gbolahan Afolayan, has posited that Quality Assurance as a watchword, and strict adherence to regulations as a way of life, assures an egalitarian society.
The research exploits of a faculty at Covenant University, Professor Eziyi Offia Ibem, has received global reckoning courtesy of his numero uno status in two different research topics, as computed by SciVal, an online tool that offers quick, easy access to the research performance of 7,000 research institutions and 220 nations worldwide using bibliometrics.
Covenant’s ever growing research prowess has once again come to the fore, with the latest computation by SciVal showing that 70% of the top 10 authors in T.85652 (Atmospheric Aerosols; Optical Depth) are from God’s own University.
Nineteen (19) faculty members of Covenant have made the Chancellor’s Exceptional Researchers List of the University for the year 2019.
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An entrepreneur must be able to own his strategy, identify his partnership for growth, embrace strategic positioning, be innovative, and ensure his trust capital is non-negotiable for him to build a sustainable business venture, the Chief Executive Officer, SLOT Systems Limited, Mr. Nnamdi Ezeigbo has advocated.
Hints that multiple award-winning University, Covenant, was not going to give rival Nigerian institutions any kind of slack emerged last weekend, with representatives of the University crowned winner of the annual projects contest of the Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN).
Covenant, at the weekend, indicated she was not resting on her oars as the best research university in Nigeria, as the latest report on the University’s research endeavours by SciVal revealed the aggregate of her publications was at its highest since inception.
The Government of Oyo State, South-West Nigeria, is desirous of entering into partnership with Covenant University, with a view to harnessing available natural means of energy resources for the provision of adequate power to both the residential and industrial clusters in Oyo State.