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2 May 2019
Profilic Nigerian poet and scholar, Dr. Ogaga Ifowodo will on the 8th day of May, 2019 be hosted to a poetry reading and interactive session by the Department of English and Literary Studies, Delta State University, DELSU, Abraka Ifowodo, a multiple award winner of the Association of Nigerian Authors prize for poetry, was born on…
18 Apr 2019
Professor Sunny Awhefeada of Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka, will review Life Lessons from Mudipapa, a book written by Francis Ewherido...
10 Apr 2019
An academician and award-winning engineer, Dr. Hilary Owamah, has called for the protection of Nigerian communities against mining companies and other extractive industries. Owamah, who is the Acting Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, Delta State University, Abraka, Oleh Campus, President, Academic Research and Entrepreneurship Development (A-RED) Initiative, and Chairman, Nigerian Institution of Environmental…
20 Nov 2018
A Mass Communication student of Delta State University (DELSU), Elozino Ogege, who was declared missing last week has been found dead with her tongue and breasts severed from her body.
14 Nov 2018
Nigeria’s first female professor of Fine and Applied Arts and first female president of Ceramics Association of Nigeria, Professor (Mrs.) Grace Ngozi Ojie-Ogwu, will tomorrow...
17 Oct 2018
The Faculty of Arts, Delta State University, Abraka, is hosting an international conference that has as theme ‘Rethinking the Humanities and Development in Africa.’
18 Sep 2018
Inconsistencies by representatives of the Federal Government on the minimum wage committee may be a ploy to delay the take-off of a new wage in the country, the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), has said.  The senior staff union of the Nigerian universities warned the Federal and state governments not to overtask the…
28 Aug 2017
The Federal Government has been charged to formulate a national policy that would help vaccinate female children below 12 years to prevent cervical cancer among women in the next 20-30 years.
28 May 2017
Students of Delta State University, Abraka, will, on Wednesday, May 31, 2017, take steps to deepen their quest for creative writing and other artistic engagement...
9 Apr 2017
Professor Sam Ukala will next Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at Hall A, Delta State University, Site 3, Abraka, at 12:noon, mentor students interested in creativity, with Dr. Sunny Awhefeada, Head of the University’s Department of English and literary Studies as chief host.
19 Dec 2016
Authorities of the Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka and the Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee (SSDC) of the institution have suspended some senior lecturers for alleged misconduct.
10 Jul 2016
From August 23 through to 26, 2016, the Faculty of Arts, Delta State University Abraka, will host a conference tagged ‘The Humanities and the Reconstruction of Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Africa.


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