FUNAAB Appoints New VC, Registrar, Bursar

FUNAAB Appoints New VC, Registrar, Bursar

The Governing Council of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State, has approved the appointment of three new Principal Officers, in substantive capacities, for the University. The Principal Officers-designates are: Professor Felix Kolawole Salako, Vice-Chancellor; Dr. Hakeem Adebola Adekola, Registrar; and Mr. Chukwunwike Ezekpeazu, Bursar. According to the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council…

18th Annual Conference NAAE-Abeokuta 2017

Untitled Document Call for Application: 18th Annual Conference NAAE-Abeokuta 2017 Young Nigerian Scholar Awards Co-hosted by Feed the Future Agricultural Policy Project, MSU Conference dates: 16th – 19thOctober 2017 Young Scholars’ Seminar date: 16th October 2017 At the Federal University of Agriculture Post-graduate Conference hall _______________________________ Deadline for applications: 10th Sept., 2017 Following highly successful National Association…

New Officers for ASUU Co-operative Society

New Officers for ASUU Co-operative Society

The Academic Staff Union of Universities’ UNAAB Multipurpose Co-operative Society recently held its 12th Annual General Meeting. While welcoming co-operators, the immediate past President, Professor Bolanle Akeredolu-Ale and Dean, College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development (COLAMRUD) appreciated the support given to her team in the appraised year by the members of the co-operative society. She…

Former DVC (D) Decries Indiscriminate Land Use in Nigeria

Former DVC (D) Decries Indiscriminate Land Use in Nigeria

It has been adjudged globally that, agriculture is not the only sector that demands for the use of land. In many developing nations of the world, without exempting Nigeria, if industries were to be established, the procedure would certainly involve clearing of land before siting the proposed industries. But in advanced countries, such as the…

FUNAAB Matriculates Part-Time Degree Students

FUNAAB Matriculates Part-Time Degree Students

A total of 171 students have been administered the matriculated oath into the Part-Time Degree Programme of the University for the 2016/2017 Academic Session. Addressing the students during the matriculation programme, the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ololade Enikuomehin‎ congratulated the students for scaling through the admission hurdle into FUNAAB. He commended academic and non-teaching staff, as well…

Re: Appeal for Registration 2016/2017 Session

Senate at its reconvened 211th Statutory meeting held on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 considered the various appeals received from undergraduate students who are yet to register for 2016/2017 academic session. Senate directed that students in this category should appeal individually through the Dean, Student Affairs to the Vice-Chancellor, within two (2) weeks from this day,…

Technology-enhanced learning for efficiencies & enhancement

Dear Content Contributor,   Last time, we discussed on active learning. Active learning can make learning experience more interactive, inclusive, and help embrace different learning styles. Active learning places the student in a more central role in a classroom, and allows students to engage with the course and course content in a different way. I…

Active Learning

Dear Content Contributor,   Our focus this week is on active learning. What then is active learning?   Active learning is a philosophy and approach in which teaching moves beyond the ‘podium-style’ lecture and directly includes students in the learning process. There is certainly a big movement out there to include active learning in the…

Five Tips to Enhance Students’ Experience in your Institution

Dear Content Contributor, Last week, we discussed on Experiential Learning Contributes to better Learning Experiences. We discussed on how concept of experiential learning has been thrown around quite frequently of late. It’s a growing trend in the teaching process that more and more schools have begun adopting. I hope you find it interesting. This week,…

How Experiential Learning Contributes to better Learning Experiences

Dear Content Contributor,   Last time, we discussed on Innovative Teaching in a Digital Age that is, how Learning could change your teaching practice in today’s digital-first world and how to embrace the changing role of teaching. I hope you find it interesting.   This week, we want to continue in the series of how…