Students have been cautioned to mind what they share over the Internet. The Senior Director of Information Systems, Gabriel Fuster, gave the warning at a recent seminar on “netiquette,” defined as the correct or acceptable ways of communicating on the Internet.
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Professor of Economics, Dr. Daniel Barkley, is connecting Adamawa youths to international cycling opportunities.
AUN held a well-attended commemoration service on Tuesday, April 14, in honor of the deceased member of Board of Trustees, Professor Samuel Crowther Aleyideino.
Last semester when Boko Haram struck at Mubi, Adamawa’s second most important town and seat of the state’s university, Adamawa State University was seriously damaged.
Humanitarian Affairs Officer at United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Mr. Nick Horne, has commended AUN/API food distribution to internally displaced persons living outside camp.
AUN-API organized a special pre-Easter food distribution on Thursday April 2, for nearly 6,000 Internally Displaced Persons, all women. This event, which took place at St Teresa Catholic Cathedral, Jimeta, had members of the University community as volunteers.
Adamu Yerima Ngama from Yobe State, a senior in the School of Business and Entrepreneurship, took his passion for community development a step further by providing a new toilet facility for a labor ward at the Toungo Health Center, Yola Town.
The Assistant Vice President for Digital Services & Chief Information Officer (AVP & CIO), Julius Ayuk-Tabe, will be one of the 44 speakers at this year’s conference of the American International Consortium of Academic Libraries (AMICAL).
A nine-student team from AUN, led by Professor Lucky Imade of the International & Comparative Politics program, has again won a rare honor--Honorable Mention at the National Model United Nations, held in New York City between March 22 and April 2.
Tulane University don and vice chair of the AUN Board of Trustees, Professor William Bertrand, has urged students training under the Emerging Leaders Academy to find a niche for themselves in the ever-expanding and growing mobile telephony business.
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