CU holds Public Lecture on Chemical Industry: An Index of the Technological Development of a Nation.
As manufacturing industries in the country continue to depend heavily on imported basic chemicals while neglecting the nation's abundant raw materials, the Covenant University's 19th Public Lecture will x-ray the challenges and prospects of Nigerian chemical industry on the overall socio-economic and technological development of the country.
A Special Advance for Principal Officers and newly appointed Heads of Departments was organized by Covenant University on Saturday, 23rd February, 2008 between l0am and 5.00pm. The Advance whose theme was Driving Excellence was aimed at briefing new Heads of Departments on their role expectations in their new assignment.
Covenant University holds Public Lecture on Meaning and Relevance in the Nigerian Traditional Architecture: The Dialectics of Growth and Change
Covenant University's 21st Public Lecture will critically explore the virtuosity of mud structures as may be found in the major Nigerian/African cultural context, especially their suitability in contemporary building structures with a view to creating a typical Nigerian or African vocabulary for architecture.
Covenant University has recorded another feat in validation of its academic programmes as the National Universities Commission (NUC) for the third time approved all the programmes presented to it by the University for accreditation.
The College of Human Development held its 2008 College Week, dubbed Green Week, between March 9 and 15, 2008. The event packaged to showcase the programmes, facilities and special features of the College, Open Day, Career talks, Carnival and special awards. The event also coincided with the Vice Chancellor's press conference, which heralded this year's College across the University's three Colleges.
CU Holds Public Lecture on Advanced Engineering Materials: Key to Millennium Development Goals in Africa
With just seven years to 2015, the year set aside for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals; there have been fears about the possibility of meeting this target in most African countries.
The effects of the global economic and financial crises on the Nigerian economy, like any other developing nations, could be far reaching as such all hands must be on deck to reduce the impact on the macroeconomy of the country.
The 23rd Covenant University public lecture will x-ray the relationship between theory and its application in basic chemical research.
Over 1, 700 newly admitted students of Covenant University will participate in the seventh Matriculation ceremony which holds on Friday, November 28 at the University Chapel.
Covenant University has come tops at the recent Nigerian Model United Nations (NIGIMUN) Conference emerging as the Best Delegation for the second year running, beating 31 other Nigerian higher institutions. This makes Covenant University (CU) to be the first institution in the five-year history of NIGIMUN to win the Best Delegation award twice and back-to-back.