Oko-Irese, Kwara State, Nigeria,
August 03, 2023
In a significant step towards expanding the academic infrastructure, Professor Francisca Oladipo, the esteemed Vice-Chancellor of Thomas Adewumi University, visited the Construction site yesterday to inspect the clearing process in preparation for a New Faculty Building. The visit marks a momentous occasion as the University sets its sights on enhancing its facilities to accommodate the growing needs of its student community.
Prof. Francisca's inspection of the site exemplifies her visionary leadership and dedication to providing an optimal learning environment for the students of Thomas Adewumi University. With the increasing demand for high-quality education and innovative research programs, the University has undertaken this ambitious project to construct modern faculty buildings that will cater to the diverse academic disciplines offered by the institution.
Accompanied by the Director of Physical Planning and Development, Engr. Lanre Ilesanmi and some members of staff, the Vice- Chancellor meticulously inspected the site to ensure that the clearing process adheres to the highest standards of environmental sustainability. The clearing process, which includes the responsible removal of vegetation and other necessary preparations, is being carried out with utmost care to preserve the ecological balance of the area. Prof. Francisca Oladipo expressed her excitement and shared her vision for the forthcoming faculty building. She highlighted that these state-of-the-art structure will serve as center of academic excellence, fostering an atmosphere of collaboration and intellectual growth among the faculty and students.
A key aspect of the new faculty building project is the University's commitment to environmental conservation. Prof. Francisca emphasized that the construction will incorporate eco-friendly practices, such as energy-efficient design, renewable energy sources, and water conservation measures. This alignment with sustainable principles reflects the university's dedication to being a responsible steward of the environment. The construction of the new faculty building is an essential part of TAU's strategic plan to empower the future of education and research. By expanding its infrastructure, the University aims to accommodate a larger student population and create cutting-edge facilities for research, teaching, and learning.
The Vice-Chancellor visit to the site and the commencement of the clearing process signifies a significant milestone in the journey of Thomas Adewumi University. As the Institution continues to evolve and grow, this project represents a commitment to nurturing academic excellence and providing a world-class education to its students.