CES 2015: OAU Set To Host Over 10 Universities On October 31
Obafemi Awolowo University will be hosting over ten other Nigerian universities as the maiden edition of Campus Editors' Summit holds. ...
Obafemi Awolowo University will be hosting over ten other Nigerian universities as the maiden edition of Campus Editors' Summit holds.
The first ever Campus Editors' Summit (CES) will hold on October 31st 2015 by 10am at Pit Theatre under the aegis of the Guild of Editors, Association of Campus Journalists, OAU.
The Guild of Editors consists of all editors of news agencies on OAU campus. The summit is aimed at training and developing objective editors who will assert the strength of the pen without fear, favour or bias. The training is open to all students even as the theme encompasses a broad topic 'Journalism & Politics; a two parallel lines?'.
The Group Managing Director of Daily Times, Richard Mammah among many other notable personalities in the world of journalism and politics will be present in the program. Prior to this time, the ACJ OAU has held several press conferences in other universities to acquaint them with what CES 2015 entails. Schools visited include University of Ibadan (UI), University of Ilorin (UNILORIN), Ladoke Akintola University of Science and Technology (LAUTECH), Oduduwa University (OUI) and others.