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LANDMARK VC CALLS FOR CONTINUED SUPPORT TOWARDS VISION ACTUALIZATION
On Friday 28th May 2021, the Vice-Chancellor, Landmark University, Professor Adeniyi Olayanju enjoined faculty and staff to give the university management their unremitting support towards the realisation of the vision of the University as the 2020/2021 Omega semester commenced. He said, “Alone, we can do so little, together we do so much. Let’s, therefore, set out this semester more resolutely on the wheels of teamwork and collaboration towards actualizing our overarching mandate.”
He made the call as the Landmark University community converged at the International Conference Centre and the SDGs Exhibition Centre for the maiden Friday Faculty Fellowship in the 2020/2021 Omega Semester after recounting the University’s engagements in line with its tripodal mandate within the 2020/2021 Alpha semester, noting that all accomplishments were collectively attained. Prominent amongst these accomplishments were the successful completion of the Alpha semester examinations, graduation of 1st set of PhD students from the School of Postgraduate Studies who are also members of faculty in the University, face-lifting of the SDGs Exhibition Centre, accreditation visit to the University by COREN and NIAS. He further noted that the University has been a cynosure of excellence, noting the collaboration interest it has received in recent time from relevant institutions. The Vice-Chancellor, therefore, reiterated the University’s commitment to its mandate of teaching, research and community development, noting that it is the gateway to attaining world-class status.
The Registrar, Miss Fola Oyinloye, who made the 2020/2021 Omega semester announcement, reminded faculty and staff of their responsibilities and expected service delivery geared towards improvement in students’ welfare drive and academic performance.
While dwelling on the Commission’s Prophetic Focus of the month of May, (Thanksgiving preserves, multiplies and perfects our blessings), the Chaplain, Pastor Tope Johnson, exhorted the community to be thankful to God for their present positions, stressing that it is ingratitude that makes one to belittle God’s act in life, adding that no act of God must be taken for granted. He said thanksgiving is an avenue to assessing one’s next level of blessings. He, therefore, led the community into a session of praise to appreciate God for His wonderful works in the lives of the members of the University community.
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