In order to effectively drive the impact, innovation and internationalization goals for the current (2020/2021) academic session, the Trinity University Management has constituted and inaugurated various committees.
Some of the committees inaugurated on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 includes Trinity University Central SIWES Committee; ICT Committee; Security Committee; Curriculum Committee; Publication Committee; Trinity University Ceremonial Committee; Trinity University Student Support Committee; Trinity University Centre for Research, Innovation and Development Committee and Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies Committee
At the inauguration of Trinity University Central SIWES Committee, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, noted that the importance of the committee cannot be over emphasized. He appreciated the committee members for their excellent passion and work rate, where he necessitated continuity of their service. He charged them to ensure regular checks for quality service delivery by all the Central SIWES Committee, both within and outside the campus. The Vice-Chancellor also enjoined the committee members to entrench on the need of quality and appropriate leadership on campus. He also stated the need to improve on the entrepreneurship program.
Responding on behalf of the members, the Chairperson of the committee, Dr. Mrs. Adetunji, appreciated the Management and members of the committee and ensured that there would be immense contributions to its success in the current Academic sessions. She promised that they would continue to work harder to sustain the trust bestowed on the committee by the Management.
The Registrar, Mrs. Adebowale Ukaiwe, read the Terms of Reference of each committee at the inauguration and wished them success in their assignments. Also, at the inauguration of the Trinity University Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies Committee, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor C. K. Ayo, noted the need to integrate entrepreneurial theory and practice in curricula design and delivery. He enjoined them to make recommendations on the short, medium and long-term direction, role, structure and function of the Centre in its operations.
The Chairperson of the Committee, Dr. Mrs. Ohunakin, promised that the committee would fashion a more robust approach to the output of its assignment in order to record more success this session.
The Registrar, Mrs. Adebowale Ukaiwe, read the Terms of Reference of each committee at the inauguration and wished them success in their assignments.
At the inauguration of the Trinity University Student Support Committee (SSC), the Vice-Chancellor, Professor C. K. Ayo, he emphasized on the need to inculcate the University core values in them, introduce the dignity of the work and put in place a structured and coordinated process for faculty and Students interactions in the areas of: - Cafeteria services. - Mini-mart. - Sport Facilities.
The said Committee shall provide faculty with the unique opportunity to interact with students and contribute to the living and learning environment of Trinity University and closely integrate academic and student life.
The Chairperson of the Committee, Dr. Mrs. Adetunji, promised that the committee would fight tooth and nail for the output of the assignment to record more success this session. The Registrar, Mrs. Adebowale Ukaiwe, read the Terms of Reference of each committee at the inauguration and wished them success in their assignments.