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.
Oni Oluwakayode Micahel (Assistant Lecturer at Department of Mathematics) wrote:
"Cancer has been a deadly disease over several decades. This could be attributed to the inability to target drugs to hit the affected area in the microlevel. The study of electrokinetics in micorochannel/microcylinder can help understand flow formation at microlevel so as to design micropumps that can execute this delivery. Join me at the Department in our quest for a solution through this life-saving research."
Dr. Dalhat A. Idris (Senior Lecturer at Department of Islamic Law) wrote:
"I and my colleagues at the Faculty of Law understand the heterogeneous nature of Nigerian society. Our specializations in Criminal Law (and other specializations) which reflect the diverse nature of the country means we are willing, able and ready to take our criminal justice system to greater heights. I implore all prospective applicants to join us in the Faculty of Law and discover more."
Badamasi Muinat Omolara (Senior Executive Officer (Accounts) at Bursary Department) wrote:
"As Accountants, we add value to the system in such important aspects like auditing , budget and expenditure control, generating ideas and providing advice on how to increase revenues both internally and externally and in so many other finance-related ways. I’m glad to add value to ABU through my professional skills."
Yusuf Yusha'u (Assistant Lecturer at Department of Human Physiology) wrote:
"Understanding the brain and how it functions is one of the important backbones of physiology and medicine. The study of neuroscience enables us to appreciate the connection between the nervous system and our daily life activities. I and my colleagues will be glad to have you as our guest, student or research partner at the Department of Human Physiology to explore how we can advance the frontiers of knowledge in this unique discipline."