In continuation of her rapport-building with all the segments of the AUN learning community, President Dawn Dekle addressed the teaching team on September 22, further elaborating on her vision and leadership style.
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Africans should be able to tell their stories in their languages.
At a town hall meeting of the SGA on September 23, President of the student body, Idris Mamman, announced that Quest, an online entertainment platform on campus, is back.
Ms. Kenechukwu Nwagbo, class of 2016, was among the thousands of Africans from more than five countries who submitted applications for the Standard Bank Africa Derek Cooper Award for a full scholarship to the University of Cambridge.
A Ph.D. candidate in the School of Business & Entrepreneurship, Rabiu Olowo, spoke at the 2017 Annual African Fraud Conference in South Africa organized by the Texas-based Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
The AUN Early Learning Center recently held an open house where parents interacted with teachers.
Two staff members who have committed time and effort to watch educational videos have been rewarded with a tablet computer each.
Three hundred members of the University's host community have begun a free ICT training program under the auspices of AUN-Adamawa Peace Initiative (AUN-API).
President Dawn Dekle is the new chairperson of the AUN-Adamawa Peace Initiative (API). She becomes the second substantive chair and succeeds her predecessor and pioneer, Dr. Margee Ensign, who resigned in February.
Prof. Jennifer A. Tyndall of the Natural and Environmental Science program has presented the findings of a comparative study of oral samples collected from the University community and internally displaced persons (IDPs).
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