Calvin University honors Africa’s first black female physics professor (

Calvin University honors Africa’s first black female physics professor

The Ajakaiye Lecture Series will bring guest speakers to campus who will reinforce and elevate the importance of crosscultural understanding, the richness and beauty of cultural diversity, and the value of crosscultural intelligence for current and future students of Calvin University.

Since 1876, Calvin University has lived into Christs promise to make all things new.

A worldclass Christian university in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S., Calvin exists to empower students as they discover a bold, transformative education rooted in Christian conviction.

Each year, Calvin welcomes hundreds of students from around the world who are compelled by Gods work of renewal to join in theformative pursuits of lifelong learning, teaching, scholarship, worship, and service.

Calvins 20222023 firstyear class includes students from 42 U.S.

She remains the president of Christian Care for Widows, Widowers and the Aged (CCWA), an organization she founded which helps to support the needs of 90,000 widows, widowers, orphans, and the elderly across Nigeria.

In addition to the corridor bearing her name, a lecture series at Calvin will as well.

She also taught a pair of interim classes at Calvin University in the late 1990s.

A wellaccomplished scholar, Ajakaiye has published over 150 works that have contributed to the creation of a gravity map of Nigeria and to helping locate Nigerian groundwater and mineral deposits which have been instrumental in guiding investments and driving growth in the Nigerian economy.

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