Nigeria based Nile University has signed a MoU with Cryptography Development Initiative in Nigeria (CDIN) on October 15, announced Nile University.
Speaking at the event, Prof. Aras, the institutions Vice Chancellor(VC) expressed his delight at the partnership, which he believed was a major step in equipping Nile University’s students with the tools necessary to succeed in the contemporary digitized world. Echoing the VC’s sentiments, Prof. Can stated that the partnership with CDIN will provide the University’s students a wonderful opportunity to supplement their theoretical knowledge with valuable practical experience.
CDIN is a Non Profit Professional Organization founded to address the gaps in the learning and practice of cryptography in Nigeria.
Notable individuals present at the event included, Mr. Adeolu Fadele (President, CDIN), Prof. Steve Adeshina (DVC Admin), Prof. Nurettin Can (DVC RICOR), Prof. Ibrahim Keles (Deputy Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences), Dr. Petrus Nzerem (Ag. Dean of Faculty of Engineering), among others.
Speaking on behalf of CDIN, Mr. Fadele thanked Nile University for its warm hospitality toward CDIN and its staff and commended the University for its progressiveness. According to him, not very many academic institutions appreciate the value of the skills offered by the CDIN; thus, by entering into this partnership, Nile University displayed incredible foresight.
The event concluded with the formal signing of the MoU.