The new Executive Committee of the Association of Professional Women Engineers (APWEN), Ota Chapter, will embark on a massive drive at encouraging the girl child to embrace the engineering profession.
Good knowledge of prevailing software, drafting, building information modelling, and finite element analysis tools are important for anyone that wants to excel as a civil engineer, an expert, Engr. Samuel Olusegun Adebayo, has said.
A Process Analytical Technology (PAT) specialist, Mr Shemaiah Okeniyi has stressed the importance of Analytical Quality by Design (AQbD) to research for the regulated industry.
The Guest Speaker at a recent Town and Gown Seminar of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Covenant University, has urged Faculty and students of engineering in the University to partner with interested firms and investors for the development of e-Commerce.
Accreditation teams from the National Universities Commission (NUC) on a peer review mission to the Marketing programme in the Department of Business Management, and the Demography and Social Statistics programme in the Department of Economics, have assured the Management of Covenant University of their mission to ensure that both programmes still conform to the regulatory body’s operational benchmarks.
A faculty in the Department of Civil Engineering, Covenant University, Dr Chukwueloka Udechukwu Okeke, has been selected member of the Commonwealth Futures Climate Research Cohort.
The Assistant Commander of Narcotics, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Mr David Enoch Kumchi, has called for the establishment of a drug-free counselling unit and the engagement of the nation’s drugs enforcement agency toward preventing the smuggling of hard drugs into institutions of higher learning. He said this was to create a sustainable drug-free life among upcoming leaders.
A recent 'Town and Gown' seminar organized by the Department of Sociology, Covenant University, brought the importance of maintaining relevant networks and connections in the corporate world to the fore.
The Keynote Speaker at the recently held 2021 IUPAC Global Women's Breakfast (GWB) event, Mrs. Hannah A. Oluyemi, reiterated the need to focus on Goal 5 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls, particularly in the Sciences.
A disruptive innovator, Mrs Foluke Micheals, has urged women in Nigeria and worldwide to play important roles to lead better. She encouraged women to make responsible decisions to help protect and preserve the environment, like actions that reduce carbon emissions.