UNIVERSITY AUTHORITIES CAUTION ON DESTRUCTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
The authorities of Lagos State University hereby strongly warn members of the University Community, Staff, Students and others to henceforth desist from degredation and destruction of the University’s environment, especially, the land, spread across the campuses, Ojo, Ikeja, Epe and Badagry.
This warning became expedient because the authorities have noticed with utmost dismay untoward activities of some individuals in the habit of digging the land without any recourse to nature and permission from the appropriate quarters saddled with such responsibility.
Therfore, such activity is illegal and those found culpable will henceforth be dealt with if they don’t take permission in the course of carrying out such activity.
MEMBERS OF LASU EXTENDED-MANAGEMENT INSPECT TETFUND SPONSORED N3BILLION FACILITY
The members of the extended Management of Lagos State University led by the Vice Chancellor, Professor ‘Lanre Fagbohun, SAN, on Tuesday, 9th April, 2019, inspected a High Impact Project donated and fully funded by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund [TETFUND].
The construction works have begun at the carefully selected location for the massive project at the University, Main Campus, Ojo, Lagos.
According to the Vice Chancellor, the N3 billion project tagged the “High-Impact” Project for Academic Planning and Resort by Tetfund is expected to be completed and delivered to the University in 18 months [11/2 years]. He added that the focus of the project is to have a multi- purpose facility for various academic activities in the Africa Centre of Excellence.
The Multi-Purpose edifice is one of the fruits of the Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun, SAN, led Administration’s relentless effort to attract goodwill in form of donations and endowments to the University
CALL FOR APPLICATION: MRC UNIT THE GAMBIA AT LSHTM WEST AFRICA PUMP PRIMING GRANTS
MRCG at LSHTM in collaboration with a number of Research Institutions in West Africa seeks to promote joint collaboration, training and capacity development of young scientists.
MRCG at LSHTM with partners has established the MRCG at LSHTM West Africa Pump Priming Grants. These grants offer flexible funding of up to £10,000 for one  year to early career research at the MRCG at LSHTM and any Research Institution based in West Africa. The aim is to support research work that would lead to joint external funding applications at the MRCG at LSHTM or the partner institution.
The scheme is developed as a co-funding programme where partner institutions are expected to provide co-funding either in cash or kind to support their candidates. Co-funding for MRCG at LSHTM staff should be provided by the Senior Scientists supporting an application. It is designed to support pilot work, projects seeking to develop collaborations and those with specialist training components are also welcome.
MRCG at LSHTM and partner institution early career Researchers [a maximum of Six  years post Ph.D qualification];
Staff of MRCG at LSHTM or a Research Institution based in West Africa;
Only one application per person is permitted;
Proposals must be in line with the strategic objectives of the MRCG at LSHTM West Africa Research Programme;
Applications must be supported by applicant’s Head of Institution for Partner Institutions and current line Manager for MRCG at LSHTM staff;
Applications must cover work at a minimum of two Research Institutions, one of which should be the MRCG at LSHTM.
Academic track record of applicant;
Quality and feasibility of the research project;
Clarity of plans for onward funding
Relevance of the project to the strategic objectives of the MRC West Africa Research Programme of the School.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants must complete and submit the below documents to email@example.com by Friday, 10th May, 2019 by 5p.m.
MRCG at LSHTM West Africa Pump Priming grants application form and;
An Academic Curriculum Vitae provided using the attached CV template.
QUERIES, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND SUPPORT
Prospective applicants are encouraged to consult the West Africa Programme Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org for advice, queries and any additional information they may require.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: UNESCO-EQUITORIAL GUINEA INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR RESEARCH IN THE LIFE SCIENCES 2019
Nigeria’s Permanent Delegation to the UNESCO hereby calls for applications for UNESCO-Equitorial Guinea International Prize for Research in Life Sciences 2019.
The prize, which consists of an annual award of Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand [$350,000] Dollars, aims to honour and promote projects and activities by individuals, institutions, and non-governmental organizations, working in the field of life sciences, with the objective of improving the quality of human life.
The application process takes place online via – www.unesco.org/egip/account-request and online applications should be received by UNESCO in English or French on or before Wednesday, 15th May, 2019, by midnight.
For further information, please, visit https://en.unesco.org/stem/lifesciences-prize . You can also send enquiries/questions to:email@example.com
Please note that applications received after the deadline, or through a different channel will not be considered.
LASU TO HOLD ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR 2018/2019 NEWLY ADMITTED STUDENTS
Lagos State University will hold orientation programme for the newly admitted students for the 2018/2019 Academic Session as follows:
DATE: Tuesday, 16th & Wednesday, 17th April, 2019.
VENUE: University Main Auditorium, Ojo, Lagos.
TIME: 9:00a.m prompt
The newly admitted students are expected to be seated by 8:30a.m.
1ST LATE PROF. LATEEF ADETONA COLLOQUIUM HOLDS ON SATURDAY, 13TH APRIL, 2019
The first Late Prof. Lateef Adetona Colloquium in his memory will hold as follows:
DATE: Saturday, 13th April 2019
VENUE: MBA Hall, Main Campus, Ojo, Lagos
TIME: 10:00a.m. prompt
Guests/Participants are expected to be seated by 9.30 a.m.
Late Prof. Adetona, a Professor of Islamic [Contemporary] Studies, Head of Department of Religions and Peace Studies, Lagos State University and the State Chairman, Nigerian Association of Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies [NATAIS] passed away on Friday, 13th April, 2019.
COORDINATOR, MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONN PROGRAMME
The Vice Chancellor, Professor ‘Lanre Fagbohun, SAN, has approved the appointment of Dr. Ibraheem Olateju, Department of Project Management Technology, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University as the Coordinator, Masters of Business Administration Programme, Lagos State University.
The appointment is for a period of one  year, with effect from Thursday, 4th April, 2019 to Friday, 3rd April, 2020.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY DIRECTORATE OF ADVANCEMENT
The Vice Chancellor, Professor ‘Lanre Fagbohun, SAN, has approved the appointment of Dr. Yetunde Kuyinu, Department of Community Health and Primary Health Care, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, Lagos State University College of Medicine as the Assistant Director, Lagos State University Directorate of Advancement [LASUDA].
The appointment is for a period of one  year, from Friday, 29th March, 2019.
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