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Babcock University holds 2016/2017 Faculty/Staff colloquium

Babcock University Wednesday held its 2016/2017 annual colloquium. The theme of the colloquium is SYSTEMS THINKING. The well attended event marks the beginning of the university’s new academic session. Pictures below show some of those that graced the program.

L-R: Senior Vice President/ DVC, Management Services, Babcock University, Prof Sunday Owolabi, President/ Vice Chancellor, Prof Ademola Steven Tayo and Senior Vice President/ DVC, Academic, Prof Iheanyichuku Okoro, during the 2016 Babcock University Faculty/ Staff colloquium, held at the University on Wednesday.
L-R: Senior Vice President/ DVC, Management Services, Babcock University, Prof Sunday Owolabi, President/ Vice Chancellor, Prof Ademola Steven Tayo and Senior Vice President/ DVC, Academic, Prof Iheanyichuku Okoro, during the 2016 Babcock University Faculty/ Staff colloquium, held at the University on Wednesday.
L-R: Vice President, Financial Administration, Babcock University, Elder Folorunsho Akande, Senior Vice President/ DVC, Management Services, Prof Sunday Owolabi, President/ Vice Chancellor, Prof Ademola Steven Tayo, Senior Vice President/ DVC, Academic, Prof Iheanyichuku Okoro and Vice President, Student Development, Dr Joseph Olanrewaju, during the 2016 Babcock University Faculty/ Staff colloquium, held at the University on Wednesday
L-R: Vice President, Financial Administration, Babcock University, Elder Folorunsho Akande, Senior Vice President/ DVC, Management Services, Prof Sunday Owolabi, President/ Vice Chancellor, Prof Ademola Steven Tayo, Senior Vice President/ DVC, Academic, Prof Iheanyichuku Okoro and Vice President, Student Development, Dr Joseph Olanrewaju, during the 2016 Babcock University Faculty/ Staff colloquium, held at the University on Wednesday
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