The United States Consulate Mission, Lagos office, Nigeria, paid a second visit to Chrisland University Abeokuta, Ogun State to link American Fulbright Scholars with the citadel of learning to help boost research and development capabilities by delivering thesis writing training for both students and staff.
The visit which took place on Friday, 25th Febuary was again led by Deputy Public Affairs Officer, United States Consulate-General, Mrs Jennifer Foltz.
Foltz stated that the mission is to further deepen the partnership with the university by linking American Fulbright Scholars with the institution to help boost the research and development capabilities by delivering thesis writing training for both students and staff.
Speaking with CEOAFRICA, Jennifer said “We are very excited to be here again in Chrisland University Abeokuta. Today we came with six researchers from United States. We came to engage with some of the students of Chrisland University on how to write thesis and how to conduct research. “
The Vice Chancellor of the great institution, Professor Chinedum Peace Babalola FAS in her vote of thanks through the online platform, thanked the US consulate for considering Chrisland university for such an engagement with American Fulbright Scholars and Researchers. She promised that the university will continue to work with such scholars for research breakthrough. The AU laurate further said that the university will continue to provide enabling environment toward building a world class university.
The delegation team from the US Consulate are Jennifer Foltz, Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Consulate General, Lagos, Madison Conoley, Cultural Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy, Abuja, Clemson Ayegbusi, Fulbright Coordinator, U.S. Consulate General, Lagos, the US fulbright team are : Ayadi, Olusegun, Department of Accounting/Finance, Texas Southern University, Ogunro Vincent Department of Engineering, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Onyeiwu, Stephen, Department of Economics , Allegheny College, Ajao Anuoluwapo, Department of Public Health ,University of Massachusetts Boston, Afolayan Eniola, Department of Anthropology,University of Virginia-Main Campus, VA, Thomas Helen, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Washington, Bothell.
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