Two Babcock varsity lecturers clinch contract with Michigan State University 

By Opeyemi Babalola Two members of Faculty from the Department of Agriculture and Industrial Technology, Babcock University, have been awarded Project Contracts with Michigan State University. The contract is sponsored by Bill and Melinda Gates project, Research Supporting African MSMEs to Provide Safe and Nutritious Food (RSM2SNF). The two Faculty members are Drs. Bukola Osuntade and Bolatito Shobo. Dr. Osuntade is the lead Nigerian collaborator for the project on issues related to gender in Nigeria while Dr. Shobo, is the Subject Matter Specialist on Horticulture.  According to a statement on…

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TRCN inducts Babcock Varsity graduates

By Moyosore Salami Seventy-seven graduates of Babcock University have been inducted into the teaching profession by Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) at the 2nd induction ceremony of the institution. Chief Executive of the council, Professor Josiah Olusegun Ajiboye, at the ceremony said the performance rate of the newly inducted Teachers is high and commendable.  According to him, teaching has gone beyond what it used to be, as being a teacher nowadays means you have to be innovative and tech savvy because we are in a digital age now and the students…

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Provost seeks improved investment in healthcare

   By Moyosore Salami Provost, Benjamin Carson College of Medicine, Babcock University, Ilishan,  Prof Barnabas Mandong, has called on the Federal Government to invest in preventive health care, infectious diseases and other non-communicable diseases, so as to reduce medical tourism.    Mandong expressed concern that through medical tourism, Nigeria is sustaining the economy of other countries at its own detriment.    He urged technocrats in the country to create confidence in the country’s health system.    “If President Muhammadu Buhari, can go to any of our hospitals and do his basic…

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