FOUNDERS' WEEK CELEBRATION: DAY ONE


By 
Uju Akamigbo

UNN marks its Day one founders' day Celebration with Exhibition of Arts and Crafts



It is yet another Founders' Day Celebration for the University of Nigeria Nsukka,
 the yearly ritual started as usual with Exhibition. This year's  Founders week celebration being the 38th in the series, started on Tuesday the 2nd of October 2018 with different  Faculties, Institutes, Departments and Individuals showcasing their Significant Research Findings and Products.

The Vice-Chancellor of UNN, Prof Benjamin Ozumba who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Administration, Prof Charles Igwe, in his opening remark thanked the Exhibition Committee for putting up such organised programme. He thanked the Departments that were able to join in this year's exhibition and encouraged more Departments/ Faculties to be part of the programme in the coming years.

The Departments/Faculties/Institutes that participated in this year's Exhibition were The Departments of Fine and Applied Arts, Arts Education and Home Science. Also, Intellectual Property and Technology Research Office (IPTTO),Centre for Distance & eLearning (CDeL), Curriculum Development and Instructional Materials (CUDIMAC) and Faculty of VTE.

Enjoy the pictures below for further details.

The Vice-Chancellor's representative and DVC Administration, Prof. Charles Igwe cutting the tape declare the Exhibition Open.

The Department of CDeL exhibiting their MBA Forms and other documents to the DVC and other Principal Officers

The DVC and crew, at the stand of the Department of Arts Education

The IPTTO stand exhibiting their forms and creating awareness for Patency

Faculty of VTE in display of Clothes, Duvet, hand bangs etc. produced by it's students

The DVC Admin admiring the Matriculation and Convocation gowns made by the VTE

Faculty of VTE displaying their Cresting Machine and the UNN logo made with the Machine


Faculty of VTE displaying their Metal/Wooden Executive Table made by its students 
Department of Home Science Exhibiting their numerous food, with  Emphasis on Bread made with Bambara nut flour (Okpa)



Cake made with Bambara (Okpa) nut Flour by the Department of Home Science





The DVC Admin at the stand of CUDIMAC
The DVC Admin having a taste of the Lion Champagne made with Zobo by a Lecturer in the Department of
Home Science 

Prof (Mrs) Igbo receiving Certificate on behalf of the Faculty of VTE for 3rd Position at Last Year's Exhibition

Certificate for 2nd position by Ikpe Emmanuel and Collins Chinwe for Department of Electronic Engineering

 Dr Onuoha receiving Certificate for 1st position at last year's Exhibition,on behalf of the Department of Fine & Applied Arts 

L-R: Chairman Exhibition Committee, Dr Ikenna Onwuegbuna, Chairman Senate Ceremonials, Prof. Kenneth Ofokansi, Dean School of post Graduate Studies, Prof. Patience Osaedebe, The DVC Admin, The Registrar, Dr Chris Igbokwe and the Winners of last year's Exhibition Context.


The DVC cutting the tape at the entrance of Fine & applied Arts Gallery

Some of the Art Works at the Gallery


Tie & Die Duvet, UNN branded made by Dr Rita Doris

An art work by a Student of Fine & Applied Arts made of Can bottle covers
An Art Work by the HOD of Fine & Applied Arts, Dr Onuoha representing the Igbo Four Market Days

An Art Work depicting the Ijele Masqurade


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