A fresh set of community women in Yola have enrolled for a three-month free vocational skills and literacy training organized by the Office of Community Service on October 9.
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The October 15 friendly match between the Roaring Lions (AUN Security FC) and the Faro Football Club ended in favor of the former by two goals to one.
In preparation for the December 2017 Nigerian Private University Games (NPUGA) in Abuja the Stallions had their second friendly encounter, this time against a national league team Adamawa United on October 13.
On October 4, SITC launched its first set of Seminar Series for the Fall 2017 semester, on the theme of Artificial Intelligence.
On October 6, the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) held its second seminar for the Fall 2017 semester.
The AUN Honor Society (HS) organized a one-week event to create awareness about its tutorial services.
Nigeria’s literacy rate is under 50 percent, according to official UNESCO statistics.
Founder of Islamic Online University (IOU), Dr. Bilal Phillips, the guest speaker at an October 4 lecture of the AUN Muslim Students Society (MSS), paid a courtesy visit to Provost Muhammadou Kah.
“It is fulfilling to me as a writer that people see my posts online and offer to send in aid, even from outside Adamawa State,” says the alum Nelly Ating whose Facebook article attracted a reader to aid the Bako Clinic in Yola town.
The AUN Royalty Ambassadors have begun free training on basic Information Communication Technology for teenage youths.
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