The newly admitted graduate students of Landmark University School of Postgraduate Studies (SPS) have been advised to engage in intentional research activities that would proffer solution to some of the global challenges in the century. The charge was made by the acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charity Aremu at the orientation programme organized by the school for the newly absorbed postgraduate students on Friday 25th February, 2022.

Professor Charity Aremu in her presentation noted that Landmark’s expectation is on critical and creative tinkering for acquisition of rewarding skills that will birth new generation of postgraduates. She further encouraged the students to make use of the University’s  quality academic training and research-driven ambiance, fully equipped laboratories and farm (TnRF), quality support facilities and real-life experimental research for exceptional and timely academic activities. “Our key focus is to have life experimental research, and as international scholars, your research activities are what will showcase you what is expected of you, therefore, is critical thinking,” Professor Aremu said. 

Speaking on “Espousing the LMU Vision”, Landmark University Registrar, Miss Fola Oyinloye elucidated more on the agrarian vision of the University as she urged them to quickly align with the vision since the benefits to their academic pursuits are unlimited. The Registrar, who emphasized that the bedrock of the vision is agriculture, thereafter, enjoined them to embark on agriculture related researches. “Carry out your researches to make it collaborative with global standards”, she further advised.  

Earlier, Professor Enoch Oyawoye on behalf of the Dean School of Postgraduate had welcomed the students to Landmark University as he urged them to be good ambassadors and true representations of the institution wherever they are. Professor Oyawoye charged the new intakes to get acquainted with Landmark’s royal laws, vision and mission for clarity of purpose. 

Representing the postgraduate students, Mr. Tunde Falana, a PhD student, appreciated Landmark University for giving them access to quality education and ambience. He, therefore, encouraged other students to be of good behaviour within and outside the campus.




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