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MANAGEMENT RECEIVES LANDMARK ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVES
The Management of Landmark University under the able leadership of the Ag. Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charity Aremu on Tuesday 2nd November 2021 received the Executives of the Landmark Alumni Association (LUAA) led by its President, Mr Nweke-Love Henry.
Receiving the set of Pathfinders, Professor Charity Aremu noted that the meeting was necessitated to bridge the gap between the association and their Alma mater. According to her, “There should be a connection between us. We need to come together to share views, interests and chart a way forward in our University. When we say we aspire to get to global heights, the Alumni should move also. She further urged them to explore the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Landmark Strategic Goals on research and grant applications while mentoring the undergraduates on campus. “We will be glad to harvest information, details, feedback and data from you, this we believe would help our ranking and students subscription,” the Ag. Vice-Chancellor noted.
Earlier, the Registrar, Miss Fola Oyinloye who warmly welcomed the Alumni Executives eulogized the pioneering class for raising the bar of standards in the University. “Nothing gladdens our hearts like having the Pathfinders giving back to the University, some of you are Faculty and Staff here and you have been making us proud,” the Registrar said. She, then, urged them to be accountable to the vision of the association, positively impact the younger ones and put up strategies on how to achieve the vision.
In his response, the President of the Landmark University Alumni Association (LUAA), Mr Nweke-Love Henry stated that though the association is still young, they have plans to increasingly add value to the association, the university and the world at large. Mr Nweke-Love added that the association has indeed acknowledged the hand of fellowship with all sense of responsibility as he appreciated the University Management for the invitation.
The meeting, which addressed some salient issues such as the welfare of the alumni, mentoring the undergraduates, transcript processing and synergy, was hoped to hold once in a semester in order to further bridge the gap between the association and the university management.
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