“Choosing a career that aligned with individual’s personality type will lead to greater success and satisfaction.” This was the opinion of Mr. Olusegun Adekeye, the National Key Accounts Manager, PZ Cussons Consumer SBU, Lagos.
Postgraduate students of Covenant University have been told to make their research papers more persuasive in order to get published in high impact journals. They were also told to always come up with solutions to viable questions that meet both local and international needs.
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has expressed a strong desire to continue its partnership, based on the successes so far recorded since signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Covenant University.
The Acting Registrar, Institute of Supervision and Leadership, Mr. Martins Omotoyinbo, has tasked Covenant University students in the Department of Economics and Development Studies to be more creative, innovative and entrepreneurial in their career pursuit to enhance their employability after graduation.
Covenant University and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), USA, have reached an understanding to explore possible areas of collaboration.
The success of any strategic communication endeavour is predicated on the communication team’s ability to identify issues, define problems and core objectives to be achieved, identifying and defining core target to engage, map out strategy of deployment, selecting appropriate media platforms for engagement, set out time frames, and measurement and evaluation tools of efficiency and effectiveness.
A human resource expert, Mrs. Ebun Kasomo, has tasked Covenant University students in the Department of Sociology to seek deeper understanding of the discipline, sociology, as it is an excellent foundation for entering the world of business, industry, and organisations.
Vice-Chancellor’s Interactive Session with Faculty and Students of the Demography and Social Statistics programme
The Demography and Social Statistics programme under the Department of Economics and Development Studies received strong reassurance from the University Management at the start of the new month in an interactive session with the Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University on Wednesday, November 1, 2017.
Covenant University’s hope of upgrading her Biochemistry programme to a full-fledged department has received a big boost courtesy of the encouraging report presented by a Resource Verification Team from the National Universities Commission (NUC).
A public policy analyst and Managing Director, Janai Farms Limited, Mr. Reginald Bassey, has encouraged students of Covenant University to find ways of mining the massive reservoir of information on offer within the circles of knowledge at the University, as knowledge only becomes power when it is deliberately engaged.