- Hits: 0 US Education System Can Tackle Unemployment, Poverty In Nigeria – AUN President
Professor Margee Ensign is the President of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola. In this interview, she speaks on how to make university products more effective, the financial challenges of running a private university, how the AUN is coping in Nigeria and the plans by the institution to establish schools of Law, Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture. - DAILYTRUST
- Hits: 0 UTME/WAEC exams: Undergraduates become tutors in Yola
More than 20 students from the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, have taken time out of their busy schedule to teach secondary school students in the state who are preparing to sit for this year’s - SUNDAY TRUST Online
- Hits: 0 Day employers tested AUN graduates
Shehu Yar’Adua Centre Abuja has a unique feature that distinguishes it from other event places with its expansive arena. It can comfortably host thousands of guests. - THE SUN
- Hits: 0 Adamawa partners varsity to promote innovative curriculum in primary schools
In its effort to improve the quality of education in the country, American University of Nigeria (AUN), is partnering with the Adamawa State Ministry of Education and the state’s Universal Basic Education Commission (SUBEB) to promote an innovative curriculum for primary schools in the state. - The Guardian
- Hits: 0 American Varsity Announces New Scholarships
Two members of the American University of Nigeria Board, Mr Jon Freeman and Alhaji Tajuddeen Dantata, have honoured a board member colleague, Dr Enyantu Ifenne, by sponsoring two scholarships in her name for JAMB candidates entering the AUN.
- Hits: 0 AUN Announces Four New Scholarships
YOLA – In the best American tradition of funding university scholarships, American University of Nigeria board members, Mr Jon Freeman and Alhaji Tajuddeen Dantata, have chosen to honor one of their colleagues, Dr Enyantu Ifenne, by sponsoring two scholarships in her name for JAMB candidates entering AUN.
- Hits: 0 AUN institutes scholarship for students
Two board members of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), a private university located in Yola, Adamawa State, Mr. Jon Freeman and Alhaji Tajuddeen Dantata, have instituted two scholarships in honour of Dr Enyantu Ifenne, one of their own on the board.
- Hits: 0 American University of Nigeria announces four new scholarships
In the best American tradition of funding university scholarships, American University of Nigeria Board members, Mr Jon Freeman and Alhaji Tajuddeen Dantata, have generously chosen to honor one of their Board colleagues, Dr Enyantu Ifenne, by sponsoring two scholarships in her name for JAMB candidates entering AUN. - WorldStage News
- Hits: 0 Varsity provides job opportunities
Well, not everyone is folding their arms about the alarming unemployment profile of the country. American University of Nigeria (AUN) Yola, has set up a job fair where their students and graduates/alumni met with more than 20 different national and international organisations and some participants got employment or internship positions
- Hits: 0 Atiku, Dantata, Freeman sponsor scholarships
ALHAJI Tajuddeen Dantata and Mr. Jon Freeman, two Board members of the American University of Nigeria, in October last year, decided to honour one of their Board colleagues, Dr Enyantu Ifenne, by sponsoring two scholarships in her name for JAMB candidates entering AUN.
- Hits: 0 AUN career fair for alumni, an innovation
A POPULAR adage says that giving a cup of water to the monkey is not the issue but getting your cup back. This can be likened to the situation of graduates in Nigeria today. Graduating from the university, is no longer the issue but life after school. - THE VANGUARD
- Hits: 0 Students, alumni interface with potential employers at AUN career fair
SECOND to final year students as well as alumni of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), last week had the opportunity to test their preparedness for the labour market as well as sound out their potential employers at the 7th AUN Annual Career Fair, which was at the behest of the institution.
- Hits: 0 AUN Holds Career Fair with Aptitude Tests
The yearly career fair of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), has taken a new turn this season, with about 10 international companies organising, in addition, standard aptitude and problem solving tests for students, alumni and other prospects. Another distinct feature of the fair is the inclusion of an alumni networking cocktail to bring together all participants at a social gathering.
- Hits: 0 Working for peace: The example of American University in Nigeria and Adamawa Peace Council
On 13th March, 2014, I was in Yola, Adamawa State on a peace-building experience sharing visit during which we were hosted by the management of the American University in Nigeria (AUN) and officials of the Adamawa Peace Council (an interfaith initiative working to ensure that peace is maintained in the state).
- Hits: 0 American varsity holds career fair for alumni
Now fewer than 45 companies have participated in the American University of Nigeria (AUN)’s career fair organised for the institution’s alumni. The fair, which was organised by the AUN to familiarise its graduates with various companies, was held on Tuesday at Shehu Musa Yar’adua Centre Abuja. - DAILY TRUST, Thursday, 20 March 2014
- Hits: 0 Lessons of AUN hosting 20th Rwandan genocide memorial
- Hits: 0 Russian Linguists Study Four Adamawa Languages
Three Scholars from St. Petersburg State University Russia have presented their preliminary research finding on four languages of Adamawa state.
- Hits: 0 Russian Linguists to Document Adamawa Languages
Russian scholars from the St. Petersburg State University, Russia, have presented their preliminary findings on the need to document some languages in Adamawa State
- Hits: 0 …. AS AUN Advances To Regional Finals of Hult Prize
The American University of Nigeria has advanced to the regional finals of the fifth annual Hult Prize. The winners receive $1,000,000.
- Hits: 0 AUN Advances to Regional Finals of Hult Prize
The American university of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, Adamawa State has advanced to the regional finals of the fifth annual Hult Prize, one of the world’s largest competition, where students compete for $1 million in start-up funding to solve President Clinton’s Healthcare Challenge.