On April 6, AUN Honor Society inducted 21 new members of proven academic excellence into its fold.
The inductees, whose selection was based on several criteria including character, service, and leadership, were presented with the Society’s sashes and certificates of membership. They also recited the Society's membership pledge.
The inductees are:
Tara Inyingi Hart, Mohammed Chubado Ahmed Aljadawi, Tekena Nyingifa-Williams, Odinaka Bruno Okemini, Prosper Bello-Odofin, Iteoluwakishi Olubote, Nyior Clement, Abuoma Omeaku Offia, Tochukwu Nnamdi Ukpai, Ayomide Emmanuel Oluniyi, Tracy Chika Ojukwu, Faisal Musa, Mariyatu Saadu Gurin, Mirian Fonkam, Attahir Safianu, Daniel Kolawole, Safiyya Sardauna Habib, Maryamu Usman, Todimu Ifeoluwa Sola-Idowu, Kauna Wadzani, Daniel, and Oluwadamilola Aiyewumi.
Honor Society Advisor, Dr. Ferdinand Che, encouraged members to be good ambassadors wherever they find themselves. "You should take pride that whatever you do from now on is shining a positive light on the Honor Society. By our examples, we will show other students what exactly it looks like to step forward."
Chair of Politics and National Studies under the ICP program, Prof. Bill Hansen, said that besides academic excellence, the Society expects honorable behavior. "As Honor Society members, you have special responsibility to do beyond academic accomplishments, an honor to be committed to the service, to the AUN and larger community, and to feel obligated to know and do what is morally right."
Inductee and Software Engineering major, Ayomide Olunuyi, said he looks forward to sharing ideas and building himself better in the Society, as well as contributing his quota through various outreaches like the community service.
Reported by Celine Augustine