Charity Aremu is a professional university teacher and administrator, with over two (2) decades of quantifiable and successful experience in teaching, research and service impact.

A professional teacher, Charity rose through the ranks to become a professor and qualified university academia in Genetics and Plant Breeding as a crop improvement specialist who served and still serving in diverse university administrative platforms.

LMU Vice ChancellorA passionate lecturer with unequivocal attention in positive influence on others in the university work niche, Charity has garnered and enhanced herself in university academic and administrative experiences through academic workshops, trainings, conferences, leadership appointments in the areas of Teaching and Human Resource Development and Management, etc. She equips herself to adapt to the changing technologies by constantly updating her knowledge base in soft and hardware skills.

Charity organizes trains and makes presentations in the field of academia and work force development. Charity appreciates the emerging trends in competitive university teaching, learning and research with target impact; hence, continues to educate self in modern teaching and training environment by attending and hosting both physical and virtual academic meetings, webinars, workshops, farmers field shows, etc.

All in the quest to provide and equip herself with most recent and applicable knowledge base that will further display her and the institution among the committee of world-class universities.

ology, Lagos.

Charity received her early educational trainings from Olivet Primary School, Bodija, Ibadan (1979), Abadina College, University of Ibadan (1984), for her primary and Secondary education. Her tertiary education were at University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (Ph.D) and University of Ibadan, Nigeria for the first and second degrees (BSc. and MSc. Agriculture) in the years spanning 2005, 1994 and 1998 respectively.

Her research focus has been on Crop Breeding and Genetics with emphasis on Genotype X Environment Interaction (G X E); Agro-ecological Studies, Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability and Gender Inclusiveness. The She is widely published as an avid researcher in Scopus, web of Science and other international publishing domain. Started her academic and administrative leadership at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, before God led her to Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Nigeria.

Charity through privilege of service has held and still holds leadership positions such as Head of Department and College Dean spanning a minimum of three years on each. At committee and Board levels, Charity has served in diverse capacities as Chairperson, Laboratory equipment, Curriculum review, Examinations, Staff and Student Disciplinary, Ceremonials, Health Services, Senate Business, etc. In addition, she was and still is a member of diverse university committees including, Senate Business Committee, Appointment and Promotion Committee.

Charity embraces integrity, accountability and teamwork, in the discharge of her duties. She has enhanced herself to adapt to the changing technologies by constantly updating her knowledge base in soft and hardware skills. Currently, God beamed the light of favour on Charity and located her for the position of Chairperson University Academic board and the Acting Vice-Chancellor of her home institution, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Nigeria, in 1st October, 2021.

Charity is widely travelled in quest for knowledge and shedding work demands. Charity has her quiver surrounded by Children. She is an ardent and unrepentant lover of Jesus, a Deaconess and fervently serving God in the Living Faith Church Ministries World Wide.

She glees on musicals and long walk to relax and refresh.


Phone: 08032686950

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