Twenty-one AUN students have joined community women to acquire new skills in tailoring, shoemaking, soap making, and waste-to-wealth skills.
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“What I find more interesting in AUN is that waste generated within its campus is collected, and something more useful is made out of it,” said Dr. Oliver Matera, the Head of Department of Chemistry at the Modibbo Adama University of Technology.
On February 9, the AUN Community Cooperative Society paid its condolences to the family of a late member, Kemuel Andrew.
“Here at AUN, we don’t give grades. We don’t give certificates of degrees; you earn them. And you earn them meritoriously. No entitlements!”
On February 3, the School of Law (SoL) opened its Capacity Building and Mentoring Seminar, a staff development program focused on the fundamentals of research, writing, and publication in an academic setting.
The Writing Center organized a two-day workshop for all students of the AUN Academy on ethical use of resources.
Two journalists from The Wall Street Journal, an American daily of international renown, were guests at an intercultural communication class session on January 30.
On February 2, AUN Academy American Track held its annual career day where four professionals addressed students.
Not a dinner for just two, but for two from each of the four undergraduate schools. The Student Government Association (SGA) organized the dinner for eight students who were dubbed "most improved" in Spring 2017 semester, along with their schools' deans.
“Research shows that the earlier a child is exposed to career mentoring, the better.”
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