The OAU-ICT driven Knowledge Park (OAK-Park), Africa Centre of Excellence (ACE), Obafemi Awolowo University in collaboration with Academy Halogen (a subsidiary of Halogen Security Company) recently held a one day symposium in Lagos, Nigeria with the central theme on Digitizing Nigeria. The symposium is a follow-up to an earlier one, held on March 14, 2018.
4 Time Nigeria leading team, the IEEE-OAU Student Branch competes with students all over the world to show case programming skills within a 24-hour non-stop programming marathon (hackathon)! In 2017, the OAU delegation to the IEEEXtreme had 5 teams among the top 10 teams from Nigeria. Benefits to OAU Students: OAU students have the opportunity to put the theoretical concepts they’ve learnt in class into practice, improve algorithmic thinking patterns and boost their self-esteem as they compete with their peers all over the world. The prize for first place globally, is a trip to any IEEE conference of choice in the world.
On December 8, 2018, Obafemi Awolowo University will play host the world’s largest students’ competition- Hult Prize.
STUDENTS at Obafemi Awolowo University are gearing up to make it to the finals of the Hult Prize – one of the top 5 ideas in the world featured in Times Magazine and dubbed the Nobel Prize for Students.
You are cordially invited to Faculty of Environmental Design And Managment JobFair Maiden Edition with Chief Olusegun Obasanjo....
At the close of nominations for the above elections on Thursday, 20th September, 2018, at 3.00pm the following candidates were duly nominated:
The International Association of Language Educators (IALE), a new global body of eminent professors and academics with specialisation in language education and languages related disciplines, has been formally inaugurated, and a Professor in the University’s Faculty of Education, Yetunde Ajibade, has been emerged the pioneer International President of the association.
OAU MANAGEMENT TEAM MEETS WITH BANKS’ BRANCH HEADS ... sets up Committee on banking area’s access road
The University management team led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Eyitope Ogunbodede, has met with the heads of the branches of banks operating on the University campus with a view to addressing the deplorable state of the access road to the banking area of the University estate.