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UNILAG to get meteorology and climate sciences department

On Monday, 14th December 2020, the Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos, Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe FAS, received a team from the National Universities Commission (NUC), at the Vice-Chancellor’s Office.

The delegation led by Professor Debo Adeyewa, a former Vice-Chancellor of Redeemer’s University remarked that they were in the University to assess and verify facilities and manpower of the University on its proposed Department of Meteorology and Climate Sciences in the Faculty of Social Sciences.

In his response, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, said that the University does not view accreditation as a condemnation but rather a quality assurance process.

He further stated that the exercise will determine if what the University has done meets or exceeds minimum quality standards in accordance with the recognized operational standard of the NUC.

He restated his determination to consolidate on the gains the university has made in terms of improved global rankings and international recognition for student entrepreneurship.

The NUC Team is expected to pay an exit visit to the Vice-Chancellor at the conclusion of their assignment.

Also present were Dr. Stella Anasi, representing the University Librarian, Director, Academic Planning Unit; Prof. Lucien .O. Chukwu, Director Quality Assurance & SERVICOM; Prof Grace Otinwa and the Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Olufunlayo Bammeke, amongst others.

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