At a leadership symposium organized by the SGA, on April 18, the AVP of HR & Planning, Nourah Bamalli, shared his 37-year career experience.
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At this year’s Earth Day celebration, an annual event held on April 22 to raise public awareness about the importance of environmental sustainability, Prof. Lynne R. Baker of the Natural & Environmental Sciences Program, talked about the need for Nigeria to improve on managing its waste, and about the rapidly growing population of the country, which poses even more problems.
On April 22, the AUN Community Cooperative Society had its first enlightenment seminar. Formally opening the event, Mr. Benjamin Musa Namo, the Chair of Socials Committee, said it was one of several seminars to come.
On April 18, Grade IV students Ebube Nwokoma and Mariam Bitrus emerged overall champions at the AUN (Elementary) Annual Swimming Competition.
The graduating class of 2017 will experience a touch of royalty on May 13, when the 14th Emir of Kano will give the traditional Commencement Address.
On Saturday, April 15, Interim President LeGene Quesenberry led the AUN expat community to the turbaning of the Adamawa Emirate’s third chief translator/interpreter, Alhaji Jaafaru Suleiman Ribadu.
A new state university in Imo State has named Professor Linus Osuagwu of SBE as its pioneer Vice Chancellor (VC).
AUN professors have proposed a new class of mathematical function with huge potential applications for engineering, especially in the areas of space exploration, electrostatics, and fluid flow, as well as atomic and nuclear physics.
The Dean of the School of IT & Computing (SITC), Dr. Mathias Fonkam, and Alexey Vedishchev, an SITC Lab Teaching instructor, were presenters at an SITC workshop held March 31, 2017.
Following the enforcement of the zero-tolerance policy towards plagiarism, there have been campus-wide awareness efforts and campaigns.
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