On March 29, members of the publicity unit of the Nigerian Christian Corpers Fellowship (NCCF) visited the AUN campus.
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On March 28, the AUN Academy (Elementary) hosted its Annual Arts and Craft Exhibition.
Residents of Hall AA visited Shagari Government Day Secondary School on March 29 to give the school’s classroom block a facelift through painting.
On March 21, New Foundation School student leaders Mwa, Rebecca, Tabitha, and Yana with VP Reg Braggs and Director of Community Service Mohamadou Dabo visited the internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Jimeta.
On March 15, Prof. William ‘Bill’ Hansen led the presentation at the SAS seminar to discuss his paper “The Ugly Face of the State: Nigerian Security Forces, Human Rights, and the Search for Boko Haram”.
Doctoral candidates at AUN, Abdulrashid Iliya and Ibrahim Inuwa, presented their proposed research topics at the UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) doctoral consortium held at the University of Oxford.
On March 23, the SITC hosted a workshop on Git, an open source software described by the presenter, Alexey Vedishchev, as an essential part of individual and group workflow.
At the School of Law seminar on March 23, Professor David Adetoro canvassed a legislation banning age discrimination in the labor market, particularly in the energy and financial sectors.
Disclosing too much negative information about a company can influence its ability to borrow.
The liberal arts education is a vital part of the education received in an American-style university. It is the very core of the empowerment and development of students here in AUN.
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