Another Nigerian in the diaspora has made his fatherland proud and added another feather to his cap has he gets appointed as the New Vice-Chancellor of Birmingham City University.
Professor David Nba who is of Nigerian desent is presently the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research, Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise department of the University of the Arts London (UAL) until the time of his new appointment
While he acknowledged his new appointment, he said:
“I am incredibly excited by the opportunity to take on the leadership of BCU at a pivotal moment for the University, as we begin work to define – and then deliver – our significant ambitions for the next decade. BCU has grown hugely in recent years, in a city which itself has been transformed, providing a powerful base from which we can accelerate towards 2030.
“My priority will be to ensure that everything we do focuses on unleashing the potential of our students, ensuring a consistent focus on their experience, alongside recognising, celebrating and further developing the talent of our staff. By getting that right, we will also meet the needs of the regional and national economy, something that BCU – as a powerful civic University – is uniquely placed to deliver.”
David Nba who is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering is well known in it’s field and has over 300 research and publications to his name.
Congrats to him.