University of Lagos
Why government must take advantage of radio
The Nigerian broadcasting industry, especially radio, has evolved following its deregulation in 1992 with the establishment of the NBC act 38 of 1992 and 55 of 1999 as amended, providing the platform for more engagement with the public.
Students tackle societal problems via innovations
Eleven students from Nigerian tertiary institutions have pitched different innovations to solve technological and societal problems. Three winners will be empowered with N3 million start-up capital at the end of the innovative challenge, which held at the University of Lagos (UNILAG).
UNILAG alumni train undergraduates on writing business plan
Amidst high unemployment rate in the country, old students of University of Lagos (UNILAG) have organised a two-day programme designed to train undergraduates on how to develop and write business plan.
UNILAG students laud policy on sexual harassment, seek compliance
To provide a safe and secure environment for all students and members, the management of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), has adopted and published its policy on Sexual Harassment, Sexual and Romantic Relationships on its website.
Unilag post UTME test August 26 – 30
The University of Lagos has fixed Aug. 1 to Aug. 21 for application for its post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Matriculation Examination (post UTME) screening...
University of Lagos and reputation management
Curious media trial on a crisis bordering on some corporate governance issues at the University of Lagos has continued on various media platforms.
Experts urge stakeholders’ support for sustainable environment
The Centre for Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Management (CEBCEM), University of Lagos has called on the Federal Government and other stakeholders to intervene through policies that could champion the sustainability of the environment in Africa.
Stallion Motors worker swindles UNILAG lecturer of N925,000
A senior lecturer in the University of Lagos (UNLAG), Dr. Akeem Akinwale, has raised the alarm against one Olufemi Adenola, an employee of Stallion Motors, who allegedly swindled him to the tune of N925,000. Adesoji had collected the money as 20 per cent part payment to supply the lecturer a brand new Changan vehicle, which…
Olurode: Proscribing Almajiri overdue, but process must be culturally sensitive
Professor of Sociology and former Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Lagos, Lai Olurode, in this interview with GERALDINE AKUTU, said government’s plan to outlaw the Almajiri system of education will reshape the children’s lives and help tackle poverty and illiteracy among the population. But he warned that the policy must be inclusive and…
Company donates $50,000 communication equipment to UNILAG
To boost training in engineering and Technology, and also improve hands-on practical demonstration for students, Dizengoff Nigeria has donated communication equipment worth $50,000 to the University of Lagos. Country Manager, Dizengoff Nigeria, Mr. Graham Leslie, while speaking at the formal presentation of the equipment, hinted that it is the company’s belief that communication technology is…