On Friday, February 17, the AUN Writing Center held its second weekly Book Club session.
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The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) estimates that it will take about 30 years to clean up the oil spillage in the delta region of Nigeria.
Senior Director of Financial Operations, Olanipekun Olanrewaju, says his unit ensures that income from grants and donations towards community outreach projects is accounted for and judiciously spent.
The second batch of Feed-and-Read intakes will begin their classes today, February 20.
On February 15, the Writing Center (WC) again hosted students of the AUN Academy (Secondary). The second visit is part of the ongoing WC collaboration with the Academy, which began two weeks ago with the SS3 students' visit.
As part of its community development outreach, AUN organizes a weekly vocational and educational literacy and numeracy program to help Yola women in literacy classes.
On February 14, parents of Grade 5, AUN Academy (Elementary) pupils, learned why they should continue with the AUN school system.
SAS researchers led by Prof Feyisayo Victoria Adams of Applied Chemical Engineering, have developed a filter to purify water that is contaminated by oil spill.
With the world gradually leaning towards the Internet of Things (IoT), which simply means connecting any functioning or smart device to the Internet, SITC on February 8 kicked off its basic support training on web design for members of the AUN community.
Questions regarding catalogue review, double majors, concentrations, and why term papers are assigned at mid-semester instead of towards the end of the semester were some of the issues that dominated the February 3rd Meet-your-Dean forum of SAS.
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