Tomorrow (July 18), the University will host a workshop for the design of the North East Humanitarian Innovation Hub.
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The last time she dared to dream, she ended up the best graduating student from the Class of 2017, with a cumulative GPA of 3.98, the highest in this University’s history.
On September 18, the Program Chair of the Department of Public and International Law, Professor Sylvester Sadiq Shikyil, will be among 30 outstanding lawyers to adorn the prestigious silk robe of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN)--the highest rank of law practice in the country.
Nachamada Geoffrey had planned to pursue a degree in medicine, but found himself taking a course in Biodiversity Conservation.
The “Women Against Violent Extremism (WAVE)” campaign, developed by AUN students, has reached the international final of the Facebook Global Digital Challenge.
AUN has officially joined the Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) as a Premium member.
On July 7, a delegation from the Association of Northern Nigerian Students (ANNS) paid a courtesy visit to AUN, essentially to welcome President Dawn Dekle to Yola.
On July 3, drivers of the University started a refresher course. The two-day course was held in batches of two, spanning four days and was organized by the HR & Planning department.
“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.”
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.
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