Covenant University holds Public Lecture on Globalization, Energy, Education and Poverty Alleviation: Prospects and Challenges for Developing Nations
Covenant University's 16th Public Lecture will critically examine the threads that weave together selected issues on globalization, energy, education and poverty in a world made flat by the ever-evolving information and communications technology with a view to identifying their inherent opportunities and challenges, as well as proffering solutions is on the way forward in actualizing the United Nations Millennium Development Goal of Poverty Eradication by the year 2015.
A COMMUNIQUE ON THE STAFF/STUDENTS PARLEY HELD AS PART OF COVENANT UNIVERSITY'S ACTIVITIES MARKING THE 47TH INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS, 1ST OCTOBER, 2007.
Nigeria was FORTY-SEVEN on 1st October, 2007. A symposium in commemoration of this event was organized at the university. The event which was well attended was held at the University's Students' Chapel.
At a one- day parley held to commemorate the 5th Anniversary of the founding of Covenant University (Founders Day), a roundtable workshop was held on the 17th October 2007 on the EPA, (Economic Partnership Agreements) between the European Union and African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countriescountries
Covenant University will be hosting key officers of the Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the United States Embassy in Nigeria on Wednesday, November 21, 2007. The visit, which will be the third of its kind in three years, will feature a special lecture presentation and discussion of issues of mutual interest between the Public Affairs Section and the University.
It was a week of colour, praises, sweet reminiscences, external impact and validation, through concrete testimonials, of the glorious vision that birthed Covenant University, as the University marked the 5th anniversary of its Founder's Day.
The matriculation ceremony for 2007/2008 academic session for the newly-admitted undergraduate students of Covenant University, takes place on Friday, November 09, 2007.
History was made on Wednesday, November 21, 2007, when Covenant University played host to key officials from the Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the United States Embassy in Nigeria.
Four Ambassadors from Covenant University are currently participating in this year's Nigerian International Model United Nations Society (NIGIMUNS) conference 2007, taking place in the nation's Capital city of Abuja.
Since it was first discovered 26 years ago, the HIV/AIDS pandemic has remained the greatest health challenge the world has ever faced. Although cases of HIV/AIDS have been reported in all countries of the world, the burden of the pandemic is greatest in sub-Saharan Africa including Nigeria. That is why the international worlds AIDS day is significant to us at Covenant University.
It was an evening of fun, relaxation and rekindling of passion for sports, as Covenant University's ultra modern sports complex was officially commissioned on Wednesday, December 5, 2007.