On one of the University’s Seven Core Values, “Academic Excellence with Godliness”, organizers of the 2015 FSMS Faculty Week decided to “Opt for Divinely Inspired Career” as theme for their Faculty week”.
The Faculty’s 2015 week seminar had as guest Lecturer, Barrister Tunde Ebozoje
The seasoned broadcaster turn Lecturer who is currently in the Department of Mass Communication urged the students to package their lives for a successful career by setting cleared and achievable goals.
According to him, successful people are goal oriented. He said there is a great difference between goals and mere wishes, adding that a man’s worse enemy is his fears.
Barr. Ebozoje therefore called on the students particularly those who are faced with fear, disappointment and failure, to rise up and take responsibility for their actions, stop the blame game, pray and push through all odds, noting that one of the great things which the University does is to define, sharpens and shapes the student. According to him, great Leaders think several years into their future.
Earlier on, the Dean of the Faculty, Prof. Eberieme (in his welcome address) appreciated everyone for attending the seminar, saying that “as one of the biggest Faculty on Campus, the Faculty as made remarkable progress”. He therefore used the occasion to appreciate the University Management as well as staff for their great efforts in the progress of the Faculty.
On his part, the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof. Sam Guobadia who spoke on behalf of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ernest B.Izevbigie-FNAI, while appreciating the Faculty said, there is a whole lot to benefit from the topic. He commended the organizers for the great achievement in putting the seminar together, adding that the Vice Chancellor is unavoidable absent.
Highpoint of the seminar was the question and answer session by participants.
Also present at the 2015 FSMS Faculty Week was the Ag. Registrar, Rev. Mike Okabgare, University Bursar, Mr. Gladday Igwabara, Deputy Registrar, Mr. Tim Diagi, Deans, Lecturers from other Faculties and invited guest.