As part of ongoing efforts to deliver on its mandates and responsibilities, the Institute of Computing & ICT has embarked on a complete overhaul of the structure, contents, functionalities and style of engagement on the University website.
One of the new ways of effective engagement being introduced is the “Featured Staff” section on the landing page (see 4 samples below). Please kindly fill this form to enable us feature you as one of our most valued members of Staff at ABU. Thank you.
After submitting, you will be required to upload your photo also.
Mrs. Janet Olushola KWAGA (Deputy Registrar (Administration) at Registry Department) wrote:
"Administration is essential to the successful management of resources (particularly human resources) that are available to the University. Administrators therefore make the job of the Vice Chancellor and Principal Officers less tedious, thus freeing them to focus on other aspects of making the Institution great."
Enobong Joy Akpan (Chief Library Officer at Kashim Ibrahim Library) wrote:
"Can anyone imagine an Institution without a Library? It is like tea without sugar! Where would researchers, students and staff go to check and cross-check facts or read about scientists, philosophers, bankers, entrepreneurs and so on in order to become worthy in learning and in character? A well-equipped and furnished Library is an asset to every Institution. At KIL, we are blessed with the necessary human resources and power supply to give you the best."
Bashir Yusuf Abubkar (Reader (Associate Professor) at Department of Botany) wrote:
"Our programmes are based on the study of plants and their roles in our ecosystem. With the present concern on Climate Change affecting all spheres of life in the biosphere, the plants’ basic role of combating CO2, can afford better mitigation for a more healthy living and sustainable life. The plants’ biomass improves better nutrition and the best resource in renewable energy development. Join us today to discover more of how important plants are to sustaining Earth."
Dr. Aliyu Muhammad (Lecturer (I) at Department of Biochemistry) wrote:
"My current research highlights the use of functional foods, bioactive molecules of natural origin as useful natural phytochemicals for cancer chemoprevention and therapeutics vis-à-vis their ameliorative, preventive and curative roles in molecular toxicogenomics. I’m currently focusing attention on breast cancer epigenetics and metastasis in relation to aromatase, estrogen receptor and sialic acids metabolism. I’ll be glad to have you with us at the Department to discover more."