At the international public health consortium held in Abuja on April 17, Professor of Public Health in the NES program, Dr. Jennifer Tyndall, led a plenary session with stakeholders in the Nigerian public health sector to identify their challenges and strategize on how to tackle them.
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It was a huge turn-out at the Communications and Multimedia Design (CMD) Exhibition on April 27.
Despite visa hitches that robbed it of five delegates and seats on five committees, AUN came away with sterling performance representing Switzerland at the National Model UN (NMUN) Conference that was held in New York between March 25 and 30.
On April 19, AUN hosted stakeholders in Adamawa State for the third international public health consortium.
The e-library auditorium was abuzz with excitement on April 25 as the newly elected members of the Student Government Association (SGA) took the oath of office.
On April 26, the ICT team of Adamawa State University (ADSU) visited AUN to understudy specific areas including website management, maintenance, Internet services, and software development.
Two days ahead, the Office of Sustainability with STARS Club and NES 101 (Natural and Environmental Science) students marked the 2018 Earth Day held worldwide every April 22.
On April 20, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Prof. Muhammadou Kah, received two research students, Amaka Ume and Chinwe Weli, from his alma mater, George Washington University.
April 20 was an exciting day for all students of Math and Statistics classes this semester as the department organized a quiz competition testing their knowledge of the subjects.
School of Law instructor Olanike Odewale has urged couples to have a change of mindset towards child adoption and surrogacy in Nigeria.
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