….holds international conference Jan 10
By Wole Balogun (email@example.com)
The Faculty of Science , Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), has added another golden feather to its cap by launching an official bimonthly news bulletin with which it would spread the good news about commendable and highly educative programmes it is featuring. The faculty already has a thriving journal with which it promotes quality researches periodically.
The laudable development is an initiative of dynamic leadership currently being offered by the incumbent Dean of the Faculty, Prof. A.A Ajiboye.
Prof. Ajiboye said the news bulletin was realized in order to periodically showcase to the world the commendable academic activities going on and to also get the students and staff members of the faculty abreast of news relating to the science world .
The Faculty of science news bulletin exists in pretty hard, coloured, glossy copies as well as in e-copy for ease of circulation and wide readership. Prof. Ajiboye assures that members of the University community as well as outsiders would find the news bulletin highly informative and refreshing. A second edition of the bimonthly news bulletin is already available.
In another laudable development, the faculty is hosting an international conference which kicks off from January 10, 2022.
The conference has the theme: Advances and Innovations in Science and Technology in the COVID-19 Era, while its
Keynote Speakers: Prof G. Oboh of the Department of Biochemistry, Federal University of Technology Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria, Prof M.O. Daramola of the
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Prof Adesina Sodiya of the Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria
and Assoc. Prof C.O. Adetunji, who is the Ag Director, Intellectual Properties & Technology Transfer, Edo State University Uzairue
Interested scholars should kindly contact the Chairman, Central Organising Committee, Dr. Olushola S. Ayanda on
+234 805 464 2362, for participation.