Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Nigerian Professor becomes First Black VC of University of Illinois

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 An Ifon, Ondo born Professor, Ilesanmi Adesida, a former Dean, becomes the first black Vice Chancellor of University of Illinois, USA. 

The 63 year old professor is a naturalized American physicist of Nigerian descent. He was the Dean, College of Engineering at the University before the University Board of Trustees selected him to be the next Vice Chancellor for Academics Affairs and Provost, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Professor Adesida assumed that position last month, August 2012.

CNN African Journalist of the Year Interacts with UNILAG's bright minds

L-R; Mr Kolade, fresh computer engineering graduate, Mr Philip, 400level Mechanical engineering, Mr Oyeniyi, 400level Mathematics, Toyosi Ogunseye, CNN African Journalist, Mr Esan, engineering graduate, Mr Tola, law graduate and Mr Zimuzo, surveying and geoinfomatics.
Prince Oyeniyi, writer and editor of the INFOMATH magazine with Toyosi Ogunseye of the Punch Newspaper after a workshop in the University of Lagoswww.google.com

Saturday, 15 September 2012

The victorious Nigeria paralympics team which made us proud