ESUT To Launch 4G Network To Facilitate Research On Campus
The Vice Chancellor of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT, Professor Aloysius-Michaels Okolie, on Wednesday, announced that the Management of the institution would launch 4G network to facilitate quality researches among the staff and students of the University.
The Vice Chancellor who insisted that there can’t be quality teaching without effective research, equally challenged the academia of the institution to always embark on refresher courses to update their knowledge.
He made the statements at Agbani, Enugu State while declaring open, the 2022 3rd International Conference/Workshop of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of ESUT, tagged: ‘Post COVID-19 and the
Challenges of Governance in Africa: The Role of Social Sciences and Humanities’.
Professor Okolie, while lauding the Faculty for the conference, said the topic was apt in order to proffer solutions which would make African Continent shake-off the devastating effects of the corona virus pandemic on the social and economic lives of the people.
He equally said that the University is shopping for the facilitators of its water project to ensure effective water supply and reticulation on campus.
While delivering his keynote address, a professor of Clinical-Forensic Psychology, Harry Obi-Nwosu, said that the post COVID-19 Challenge for Africa would be met if the Continent becomes less dependent on other countries to achieve meaningful economic and political independence. He insisted that Africa must change from its present consumerist orientation to productivity, adding that Africa’s Gross Domestic Product, GDP, would improve when the Continent restructures her consumption, investment, government expenditure and exports and imports patterns.