Pan-Atlantic University featured at the Google for Nigeria event held at Landmark Centre on July 27th through the involvement of the Centenary Project. Dr. Patrick Enaholo, leader of the Centre for Open Data Research spoke about how the Centenary Project is helping to preserve Nigeria’s fashion culture through technology in a panel discussion made up of renowned fashion personalities including Mai Atafo, Folake Coker and Denola Grey.
The event also provided an opportunity for the Adire and Aso-Oke exhibits on the Google cultural institute of the centenary project to be displayed at the venue.
Present at the event were SMC students: David Assam (2nd year Mass Comm.), Patrick Onwordi (PGD, Digital Media) and Onyebuchi Odianjo (MSc FT9).