Caleb University Partners with Lagos State in Commissioning Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVS)

Caleb University Public Relations/UTI In fulfilling its vision of being the leader in producing manpower in commerce, technology and environment, with due regard to relevance to societal needs, Dr. Ola Adebogun, the Founder of Caleb University, supported the idea of Lagos State Government using the University Sport Field as a base to launch its newly acquired two modern  tiguar S-410 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAVs), thereby exposing its students to practical experience in the state of the art technology. The State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu was represented by Mr Hakeem P.…

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Edson Chipalo — from village to victory, grass to grace

Adson Chipalo recently commented on his LinkedIn profile, telling a story of perseverance, optimism, and God’s grace. Here is his commentary: I was born in the village in Zambia, grew up in abject poverty, and became an orphan at 8. I was kicked out of school because I couldn’t afford tuition fees, I turned to farming to survive. I never attended my first two terms of high school, all because of financial constraints (poverty). I hassled throughout my early life with so many rejections and disappointments. However, I had one…

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Black News Channel Now to Launch to a Larger Viewing Audience

Tallahassee, Florida—November 6, 2019–Black News Channel (BNC) announced today that it has updated the launch of the nation’s only African American news network to January 6, 2020 in order to more than triple its viewing audience. Network executives credit advancements in new technologies and the advent of new distribution platforms as the catalysts for rethinking their launch strategy. “The launch of BNC will be a historic event, and our highly qualified journalists are chomping at the bit to be on-air now,” says Bob Brillante, co-founder and CEO for BNC. “But…

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[Beijing Forum 2019] Thoughts on the changing world order

By: Ciara Morris/Edited by: Huang Weijian/Peking University, Nov. 6, 2019 On November 2 and 3, Peking University hosted Beijing Forum Panel Session on “The Changing World Order”. The two-day session facilitated rigorous academic debate on shifts in international institutional structures, the decline of American hegemony, the development of China, and a multipolar future. The sessions began with “The Debate on Economic Globalization”. After the Cold War, Western style market economics dominated the global economy. Andrey Kortunov, director general of the Russian International Affairs Council lamented we were more romantic about…

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Acting Vice Chancellor for One Day Initiative Debuts at Caleb University

By UTI Staff The first edition of the Acting Vice Chancellor for One Day Initiative, introduced by the new Vice Chancellor, Prof Nosa Owens-Ibie, for members of the pioneer set of the Caleb University Graduate Development Scheme, to act monthly as Vice Chancellor for One Day, held November 6, at the University Campus, Imota, Lagos. A release from the university identified Mrs Chiamaka Joyce Ehizenagah, Assistant Lecturer, Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology and a graduate of the institution, as the first Acting Vice Chancellor of the University under the Initiative.…

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Yale study: Doctors give electronic health records an ‘F’

By Brita Belli/November 14, 2019/ YaleNews     Usability ratings for everyday products measured with the System Usability Scale. Google: 93%; microwave: 87%; ATM: 82%; Amazon: 82%; Microsoft Word: 76%; digital video recorder: 74%; global positioning system: 71%; Microsoft Excel: 57%; electronic health records: 45%. (Illustration by Michael S. Helfenbein) The transition to electronic health records (EHRs) was supposed to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare for doctors and patients alike — but these technologies get an “F” rating for usability from health care professionals, and may be contributing to…

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Prof. Patrick Utomi to deliver McPherson University’s 4th Convocation Lecture

McPherson U./Twitter Renowned Professor and former Nigerian Presidential Aspirant, Professor Patrick Okedinachi Utomi, has been scheduled to deliver the McPherson University’s 4th Convocation Lecture during the 2019 graduation ceremony. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adeniyi Agunbiade, made this known November 12 at the institution’s 4th Pre-Convocation Press Conference inside the Senate Chambers.   Born on February 6, 1956 in Kaduna, Professor Utomi is a Nigerian professor of Entrepreneurship at the prestigious Lagos Business School. He hailed from Igbuzo in Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State. The young Utomi commenced his primary education…

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Caleb University gets new VC, DVC

Reports by Anna Okon/Punch Newspaper, Nigeria  The Governing Council of Caleb University in Lagos has announced the appointment Prof. Nosa Owens-Ibie as its new Vice Chancellor. The university said in a statement on Tuesday, Prof. Adedeji Daramola, the pioneer Rector of Redeemers College of Technology, Ogun State, was appointed as its new Deputy Vice Chancellor.                           The University confirmed that Owens-Ibie took over from the outgoing VC, Prof. Ayandiji Aina and his appointment took effect from November 1,…

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