TechWomen mentors from Silicon Valley, California, United States, have emphasised the significance of women in the growth of careers in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Excellent government initiatives and directives for Nigerian content development, amongst others, would help the country take advantage of the current low price regime in international oil trade, according to the Managing Director of Narag Energy Solutions Limited, Mr. Cyril Nwoye.
A distinguished Materials and Metallurgical Engineer, Professor Toyin Ashiru, has urged student engineers to embrace ‘Stempreneurship’ as STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), is very vital to the future and shapes humanity’s everyday experiences.
To leapfrog Nigeria to scientific and technological advancement, there is the need to form a think-tank of top-level mathematical professionals to offer advice on the domestic application and use of mathematical tools in solving problems in government, business, and industry. (https://goo.gl/1RPUR6)
Six researchers at Covenant University have been granted patent rights for 8 products, with the Head, Product Development Cluster, Professor James Omoleye, being a sole recipient of one of the patent rights and a co-recipient of 4 others
The North-West University, Mafikeng Campus, South Africa, has stated her desire to establish a vibrant and effective collaboration with Covenant University, especially as it relates to Mathematics.
Having a rudimentary understanding of the mechanisms of traditional accounting principles is not sufficient for the upwardly-mobile and ambitious accountant of today, where mobile devices are the platform of choice for the entrepreneur who is keen to be at the forefront of cutting-edge technology.
Covenant University and the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE) have resolved to explore collaboration towards enhancing the technical and professional development of the University’s students.
Challenges faced by the girl-child in the cause of her search for the golden fleece and socio-economic relevance were once again brought to the fore, at a recent event organised to commemorate the 2018 International Women’s Day, with the Guest Speaker, Barr. Timipre Wolo, reiterating that girl-child education is one of the strongest tools for development and progress in any nation.
As budding Estate Surveyors and Valuers (ESVS), students of Estate Management at Covenant University, Ota, have been charged to begin to learn and understand the business of the profession. They were also enjoined to think and act as business professionals.