The Women Leadership Council organized a two-day event on March 6th and 7th, for members of the AUN Community to come celebrate International Women’s Day, with a debate session and the screening of “Girl Rising” -- a movie series.
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The Rotary Club of AUN held an Old School Jamz Pool Party for faculty and staff members and patrons on March 8, and used the opportunity to remember the late Chris E. Ihenacho, the Club’s former Vice President.
An Instructor in the School of Business & Entrepreneurship, Dr. Jacob Fintan Shehu, has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to be consistent in its rice policy.
Former BBC news correspondent, Fidelis Mbah, was at AUN on Thursday, March 13, and spoke to CMD 151 students about the media in Africa.
Social media have gradually become a popular means of interaction for people everywhere. They allow us to create, share, and exchange information and ideas. Applications of this new invention are varied and multiple.
A research paper on Computer Simulation of Grain Boundary Self-Diffusion in Aluminum was presented at the SITC Symposium held on March 7.
Three scholars from St. Petersburg State University, Russia, have presented their preliminary findings in a research on languages and literature common to the ethnic groups of Adamawa State.
AUN technology professors have embarked on research proposing a new cable model design that will reduce insertion loss and support the existing 40GBASE-T cabling system and Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) specifications.
The Executive Director of Student Engagement, Dorsey Spencer, has urged members of the Student Government Association (SGA) to strive to achieve more.
Three members of the Adamawa Peacemakers Initiative (API), a peace-building initiative of the American University of Nigeria (AUN) that was launched in January 2012 to maintain communal harmony in Adamawa State, are off to London for a two-week peace building conference organized by the Tony Blair Interfaith Foundation.
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