Peace education will solve security problems – UN Center

The Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology Akure, Professor Adenike Oladiji, said she will ensure that students receive a quality education.
A statement signed by the university added that students are the most relevant part of the university system while welcoming the leaders of the Federal University of Technology Akure Students’ Union who paid a courtesy visit to it. to officially welcome her as the new Vice-Chancellor.
She said: “Students are the people who give the university an identity and great care must be taken to provide them with a rich learning experience to encourage them to give back after they graduate from university.
Students are the most relevant part of the university system and should be treated as unique individuals with respect to teaching, learning and research.”
Oladiji said that one of the cardinal axes of his vision is to improve student learning by committing to ensuring that students have an excellent higher education experience during their time at FUTA.
“I want a conducive learning environment that will foster quality feedback from alumni who have had a rewarding experience at FUTA.
We need to make students part of the University family by giving them a sense of belonging that will make them happy to give back to the University after they leave,” she said.
She added that students, as a vital part of the university community, had a role to play in promoting peace and stability. She assured the students of management support in carrying out their duties as student facilitators.
In his response, FUTASU President Mr. Ibiyemi Abiodun said that the students will cooperate with Oladiji to realize his vision and mission.
Earlier, the Dean of Student Affairs, Prof. Gbenga Onibi who was accompanied by the Head of Student Affairs, Mr. Feyi Adetula said that FUTA has well-cultivated students who have continued to excel and have become a good example for students from other institutions.
Peace education will solve security problems – United Nations Center
The United Nations, Positive Livelihood Award Center, has declared that raising awareness and teaching peace will bring about positive, healthy and lasting peace and development in the world.
She said: “Students are the people who give the university an identity and great care must be taken to provide them with a rich learning experience to encourage them to give back after they graduate from university.
Students are the most relevant part of the university system and should be treated as unique individuals with respect to teaching, learning and research.”
Oladiji said that one of the cardinal axes of his vision is to improve student learning by committing to ensuring that students have an excellent higher education experience during their time at FUTA.
“I want a conducive learning environment that will foster quality feedback from alumni who have had a rewarding experience at FUTA.
We need to make students part of the University family by giving them a sense of belonging that will make them happy to give back to the University after they leave,” she said.
She added that students, as a vital part of the university community, had a role to play in promoting peace and stability. She assured the students of management support in carrying out their duties as student facilitators.
In his response, FUTASU President Mr. Ibiyemi Abiodun said that the students will cooperate with Oladiji to realize his vision and mission.
Earlier, the Dean of Student Affairs, Prof. Gbenga Onibi who was accompanied by the Head of Student Affairs, Mr. Feyi Adetula said that FUTA has well-cultivated students who have continued to excel and have become a good example for students from other institutions.

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