“The daylight factor here is very high, your carbon footprint must be very low, and the power consumption must be minimal. I wish we had come here much earlier. I am so impressed. It looks like we are in Europe. Some of the features here are what you see in Germany.”
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Students of the New Foundation School (NFS), a Chibok scholarship program initiative of AUN, participated in the planting of trees at Adamawa State Polytechnic (SPY), Yola.
On July 14, AUN Academy Elementary pupils were excited as the five week summer session came to an end.
The AUN Community Cooperative Society generated a princely ₦21.4 million income from its activities in 2016. This is contained in the 2016 financial statement presented by auditors at the fifth annual general meeting (AGM) of the Society concluded on July 8.
Dr. Dawn Dekle has officially become the fourth President of the American University of Nigeria. Board of Trustees Secretary, Barrister Idi H. Ali, confirmed her assumption in a mail to the community on Monday, July 3.
I believe AUN is the best-kept secret in Nigeria. The campus is buzzing with potential, and I was inspired by this new generation of talent, the engaged learning experiences, and community collaborations.
-- Dawn Dekle
On July 8 in Abuja, the University is co-hosting its first University Fair with the Yar’Adua Foundation.
On June 16, former Nigeria’s Vice President and AUN founder told the maiden Africa Summit of Nottingham University held in England that the contribution of AUN to the economy of Yola is in the neighborhood of $400 million.
The School of Graduate Studies has welcomed another set of graduate students for the executive masters program.
It is with great sadness that the University community has learned of the death of AUN Board member, Dr Eamon Michael Kelly, who died on June 28 at age 81.
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