On November 3rd, 2016, the University community together with her
distinguished guests comprising academics and other well-meaning Nigerians from diverse walks of life converged on the University Multipurpose Hall for the 2nd Inaugural Lecture of the University titled, “Mushrooms Renaissance: Biodiversity, Ethnomycological and Agro Perceptions.” The lecture was delivered by the Professor of Mycology/Plant Pathology, Osarenkhoe Omorefosa Osemwegie, Head, Department of Biological Sciences, Landmark University.
Professor Olasunkanmi Bamiro has advocate production efficiency and integration as catalyst for successful agribusiness during his lecture titled “Roadmap to Canaan: Production Efficiency and Integration in Agribusiness.” The Professor of Production Economics, Olasunkanmi Bamiro, established that food security in Nigeria is attainable if the nation’s effort is geared towards increase in yield of all food crops through efficiency in agricultural production and adoption of vertical integration in all agribusiness enterprises.
On the 26th April 2018, Professor Christian Osueke called for the adoption of automation as the major catalyst toward achieving agricultural growth and economy development. Osueke, a Professor of Mechanical Engineering in Landmark University, Omu-Aran, made the call while delivering the institution’s 5th Inaugural Lecture titled “Divine Secrets: The Booster of Innovative Design and Automation”. He said such adoption became necessary in order to reduce production cost and eliminate waste. According to him, the continuous application of muscular efforts in form of hand pressure leads to fatigue, loss of concentration and inaccurate production.
Government and Stakeholders in the Agricultural sector have been urged to develop practicable policies that would enhance food sufficiency through crop production in order to avert looming hunger in the country. The Dean College of Postgraduate Studies, Professor Charity Aremu while delivering Landmark University’s 6th inaugural lecture on Thursday 18th March 2021 stated the need to urgently engage in crop production to address the incessant food crisis which, according to her, may deteriorate due to increase in the nation’s population. The 6th Inaugural Lecture series presented by Professor Charity Aremu, a crop improvement specialist was titled “Crisscrossing Crop and Environment: the Resounding Cymbals for Innovations and Food Sustainability.