An NGO founded by AUN students, the Nigerian Literacy ICT Foundation (NILF), has completed a training for 200 youths from Shelleng Local Government Council.
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Interim President LeGene Quesenberry accepted an invitation by the Lamido Adamawa, Dr. Muhammadu Barkindo Aliyu Musdafa, to be received by him at his palace in Yola.
At a SAS seminar on April 4, the Petroleum Chemistry Department faculty presented two research proposals to the University community.
At the first School of Law (SOL) research seminar on April 7, Dean Oladejo Olowu urged students to begin to think of the appropriate responses in contributing to humanity.
On April 6, Professor Gregory Sclama of SAS was lead speaker at a seminar which examined why Malawi one of Africa’s smallest nations, suffer high prevalence of zinc deficiency.
On April 7, twenty-one students were inducted into the prestigious Honor Society. Following the ceremony, the inductees recited the AUNHS pledge and received certificates and sashes.
“We are developing young people for the future…”
On April 2, Vice President Bullock told the new enrollees in the Emerging Leaders Academy (ELA)--now in its third year--that the experience is all about leadership.
On April 7, AUN 101 FYE program held a public speaking event dubbed “Mic Night 101.” It entailed on-the-spot presentations held in collaboration with the Office of Student Affairs Residence Life Department.
At a workshop on April 7, SAS Instructor of Study Skills, Ms. Elizabeth Sclama, tutored students on how to be excellent active readers and listeners for personal and academic success.
Law Librarian Olanike Odewale has won an online course grant for library professionals in developing countries.
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