Development Possible by Optimally Engaging Resources to Create Solutions and Opportunities –Professor Atayero
The Vice Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor AAA. Atayero, has stated that achieving development was possible, if resources could be optimally engaged to create solutions and opportunities as established over time, from the agrarian era to the industrial era, and now in the knowledge era.
Covenant University has again led in the field of Signal Processing.
As far as General Economics, Econometrics and Finance research endeavours are concerned, Covenant University is the best in Nigeria.
A Scival Report for 2018 has placed Covenant University ahead of other Nigerian institutions in Management Technology and Innovation in terms of research output and relevance.
The hub of Software research at the moment is Covenant University, as Scival has released a report of a 2013-2018 study that places the institution ahead of forty-seven others in that field of academic research.
Covenant University continues to enjoy the topmost position among Nigerian universities in compelling research endeavours in different academic fields.
Covenant University has been ranked as the topmost research institution in Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality.
It was encomiums galore on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 as the Faculty Women’s Advance (FWA) at Covenant University held a special Roundtable Discussion in honour of the contributions of the outgoing 28th President of Harvard University, United States, Professor Catherine Drew Gilpin Faust.
An entrepreneur, Dr. Israel Ovirih has encouraged researchers in universities to do present and future entrepreneurs a favour by providing pertinent statistics and information on the birth and death rate of businesses (Small and Medium Scale Enterprises, Startups and large corporations) over the past five years, especially since 2015 when the economy went into depression.
The Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, has organised a training workshop for members of the department in a bid to build their capacity towards the organisation of the maiden Covenant University Model United Nations (CU-MUN) session, which comes up later this year in the University.