Ad: Live, Work, and STUDY in Canada or any other country abroad with no stress. No payment until your visa is approved. CLICK HERE for more details or WhatsApp 09019196619

Ad: Guaranteed Admission Into 200level Into Any University of your Choice Without JAMB UTME through IJMB. If interested call 08032433497

Ad: Siggy allows you to Sell or Buy from Campus Students. Visit Siggy.ng now!

Bells University appoints new deputy Vice Chancellor

The Senate of Bells University of Technology led by the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Jeremiah O. Ojediran, RE (COREN) MNSE, has announced the appointment of Professor Francis Temsas Cheo as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University.

This is part of strategic efforts in making Bells University of Technology more robust in providing qualitative service for the actualization of its vision, mission and goals.

Professor Cheo has a Diploma in Theatre Arts and Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language (1989) from the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon; Master of Arts (1997) and PhD (2005) degrees in English Language from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

As a foundation staff of the University,  Prof. Cheo started his career at as a lecturer in the Centre for Foundation Education, where he has acquired very profound administrative experience. Some of the administrative positions he has held include: Male Hall Warden (2006-2013); Coordinator, Centre for Foundation Education (2006-2009); Dean, Student Affairs (2013-2016); Director, Centre for Foundation Education (2016-date). Until his appointment, he was the Director, Centre for Foundation Education.

He has published articles in credible journal outlets, authored books (drama and poetry), contributed chapters in books and conference proceedings.

Thank you so much for reading this article, we really do appreciate. We hope you loved it, if you did, please share this page with your friends via the share buttons below. Sharing is caring.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Ad Blocker Detected

Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.

Refresh
Copy link