Inaugural Series

Series Nosort ascending Date Fullname Department Title Lecture Video Abstract
454 03/14/2019 PROFESSOR A. A. ONILUDE DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY ADDICTED TO CHALLENGE: MAN, MICROBES AND THE QUEST FOR ENERGY Click to view abstract
452 02/28/2019 PROFESSOR PRISCA OLABISI ADEJUMO DEPARTMENT OF NURSING RIDING THROUGH RISKS INTO NEW FRONTIERS: THE NURSE, THE NURSED AND NURSING Click to view abstract
451 08/17/2017 Prof F.O OLAYEMI Vet. physiology pharmacology and biochemistry AXIS OF LIFE
451 02/21/2019 Professor Adiaha A.A. Ugwumba Department of Zoology FEED THE FISH TO FEED THE PEOPLE Click to view abstract
450 11/01/2018 PROFESSOR EMMANUEL BABATUNDE OMOBOWALE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH Healing with the Pen: Literature and the Quest to Humanise Medical Practice in Nigeria Click to view abstract
450 08/10/2017 Prof. F.V. Falaye Institute of Education Guilding, Measuring and Valuing Through Mixed Methodology
449 10/25/2018 Professor J.O. Adejinmi Department of Veterinary Parasitology Parasites Pedestal Threat to Public Vigour Click to view abstract
448 10/18/2018 Professor Adebola O. Jaiyeoba Department of Educational Management MANAGEMENT: "THE KEY THAT UNLOCK THE INSTITUTIONAL SUCCESS" Click to view abstract
446 10/04/2018 Professor A.O. TOGUN Department of Crop Protection and Environmental Biology UNDERSTANDING PLANTS: A KEY TO IMPROVED CROP YIELD Click to view abstract
445 09/27/2018 Professor T.O Alonge , Department of Surgery, College of Medicine Abstract of: Arrest the First Leg of the Quartet: Bone Infarction or Bone Infection? Professor T.O Alonge
443 03/21/2019 PROFESSOR JOSEPH ANTHONY ORIGHOMISAN WOODS DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY SYSTEMATIC COORDINATION COMPOUNDS: FROM FUNDAMENTALS TO APPLICATIONS Click to view abstract
437 07/26/2018 Prof. C.O Bekibele DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES THAT THE EYES MAY SEE
419 08/03/2017 Prof. A.S. Jegede Department of Sociology The Forest through the Tree: Variation in Themes of Social Production of Health
410 05/18/2017 Prof.A.Oyesoji Aremu THE "TRINITY" AND THE MISSING MISSION IN POLICING
314 07/14/2016 Prof O.G.B NWAORGU Otorhinoloryngology. "Steady neck,steady head,unobstructed throat; The otorhinoloryngologist at work"
312 06/23/2016 Prof. Folake Onayemi Classics PARADIGMS OF LIFE IN ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE
311 05/26/2016 Prof. Obafunke O. Denloye Child oral health BRIDGING THE GAP-LET THE CHILDREN COME UNTO ME
310 05/19/2016 Prof. M.N Tijani Geology GROUNDWATER: THE BURIIED VULNERABLE TREASURE
309 05/14/2016 Prof. A.I. Bamgboye Agricultural Environmental Engineering FURNISHING A TABLE IN THE WILDERNESS: MECHANIZATION, ENERGY AND FOOD SCARCITY
308 05/05/2016 Prof Adegoke, A. O. Pharmaceutical chemistry Of colours, colourants and coloured substances: a pharmacist's tripodal trawl
307 04/14/2016 Victor Adefemi Isumonah Political sciences Universalism, and political mobilization
306 03/17/2017 Prof Oladapo Olatunde Campbell Radiation oncology BREAKING THE YOKES OF CANCER
305 03/03/2016 Prof Farombi, E. O Basic medical sciences Chemopreventives: untapped genii that compromise the science of the ''killers''
05/25/2017 Prof. Olufunmilayo I. Fawole Epidemiology and Medical Statistics The 5Ws: The Epidemiologist's Quest
08/04/2016 Prof J. A. Ademokoya Special Education “ Hear Well, Speak Well and Learn Well”
07/02/2015 Prof Egunyomi, D. A. Adult Education Balancing life equation with continuing education
06/07/2018 Prof. S.O Salami DEPARTMENT OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING A COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGIST’S RECONSTRUCTION JOURNEY: THE CALL FOR RELEVANCE Click to view abstract
06/01/2017 Prof. Juliana O. Taiwo Periodontology and Community Dentistry Nature, Disease and Oral Health: The Conspiracy triad of the Aging Dentition
08/11/2016 Prof M. O. Oyeyemi Veterinary Surgery & Reproduction “Spermatozoa: Staff of Offence and Defence”
05/21/2015 Prof Alada, A. R. Basic Medical Science The gut: a novel participant in glucose homeostasis?
06/28/2018 Prof. Titilayo O. Fakeye THE DRUG, THE WHOLE DRUG AND NOTHING BUT THE DRUG! Click to view abstract
04/13/2017 Prof. A.O. Adenikinju Economics Energy and Nigeria's Economy Development: A Troubled but Indispensable Marriage
08/18/2016 Professor M. O. A. Olateju Linguistics & African Languages “ Language and Style (-Listics) in Literary and Routine Communication: The Yoruba Example”
08/13/2015 Prof Idowu, S.O. Pharmaceutical chemistry The lesson of the loaves: small machines, big impact in drug analysis
08/02/2018 Prof. Lekan SANNI Urban and Regional Planning HOUSING NIGERIANS: A PARADOX Click to view abstract
03/23/2017 Prof. F.A. Fehintola Pharmacology and Therapeutics Good for Goose; Grave for Gender: Selection Toxicity in the service of man
08/25/2016 Prof O. A. Ugwumba Zoology “From Surface Waters To The Deep Sea Bed: Fish, The Real Maters of The Aqua World”
09/10/2015 Prof Okeke, L. I. Clinical sciences Lord, that I may urinate
07/27/2017 Prof E.A Iyayi Animal Science Whatever Goes on Inside is revealed outside; The case of Nutrient Dynamics and Sustainable Animal Productivity
03/09/2017 Prof. H.S. Igboanusi Linguistic and and Africa language The Conflicts and policy of language
07/30/2015 Prof Adegoke, G. O Food technology Microorganisms, spices and food safety: the wonderful three-fold cord
08/21/2016 Prof. H.Tijani Eniola Dept. of Agronomy "Competing with competitors in an endless competition"
04/14/2016 Prof Kolawole, C. O. Teacher Education Language, education and the curriculum nexus: pathway to achieving sustainable development in Nigeria
07/16/2017 Prof Taiwo, V. O veterinary pathology Macrophages, man and the environment: my life's story
07/13/2017 Prof O.G ARINOLA Chemical Pathology The Diplomacy of Protective Armoury in Humans: How Effective
06/30/2016 Prof. A.C Odebode Botany Integrated Plant Disease Management Apanacea To Food Security"
08/09/2016 Prof Ewete, F. K crop protection and environmental biology Insects: friends or foes?
06/29/2017 PROF. A.O DASYLVA English Culture Matters: African Literary Traditions, organic ontologies and Epistemological Roots
02/25/2016 Prof. Albert Lekan Oyeleye English IN MY FATHERS HOUSE: LINQUISTIC PLURALISM AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN NIGERIA
11/27/2014 Prof Falade, C. O. Basic medical sciences Fighting a moving target: malaria the pains and the gains
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