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NSE Victoria Island’s First Babagana Muhammad lecture Series to focus on Workplace productivity

The Victoria Island Branch of NSE under leadership of Engr Rose Madaki has concluded plan for the first Annual Distinguished Lecture organised in Honour of its Founding Member, Engr Babagana Muhammad. The event, scheduled to commence at  2p.m. on August 29, 2019,  will hold at  National Engineering Centre, Victoria Island,   will examine the theme  “Workplace productive: the Roles of Engineers”  . The General Manager Offshore Operation, Exxon Mobil, Engr Elizabeth Essien will present the keynote address while many other distinguished personalities are expected. Engr Babagana Muhammad, is a Fellow of NSE and NIMechE, and the current Deputy President of NSE, who is known for his detribalised nature and also his passion for engineering development. A native of Maiduguri, Borno State. He had his academic educations at Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri where he obtained his National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering and was offered employment by Chad Basin Development Autho

APWEN excites Students at Mayen Adetiba Technical Bootcamp: Advocate creativity and career balance

  The Annual Mayen Adetiba Technical Bootcamp instituted by Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria entered its second edition with the association, more determined than ever to follow through with its mandate to get more girls/women into STEM career. Indeed, the excitement on the faces of the students and the teachers who participated at the event and their feedback indicated that the event, instituted in honour of Engr Mayen Adetiba, the first female president of Association of Consulting Engineers of Nigeria, ACEN, is poised to become a human development factory where young girls are prepared early for the life long career in STEM profession and groomed to succeed against odds. The event which lasted three days covering various activities from bridge designs/construction to robotic engineering and visits to selected engineering sites culminated in the final award and prize giving ceremony for outstanding students and schools as well as teachers who participa