On April 26, a team of SITC researchers--Dr. Ago Quaye, Dr. Salihu Dasuki, and doctoral student Naima Abubakar--presented a report of a joint study of how WhatsApp (an instant messaging application) empowered women in rural Kano.
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On April 25, the Chair of Economics, Dr. Natina Yaduma, presented a research paper at the 10th Conference of Nigerian Association of Energy Economics.
On April 27, Prof. Patience Akpan-Obong presented her study of the status of e-governance in the Nigerian public sector, exploring the extent to which civil servants integrate information and communication technologies in administrative processes.
Dr. Lucky Osagie Imade of the ICP program has argued that the failure of the United States to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Trade Deal will place the country in an economic worse-off position.
The modern-day issues of “racial passing” and “identity,” dominated the April 20 SAS research seminar presented by Dr. Agatha Ukata and Dr. Brian Reed of the English & Literature department.
At the Communications & Multimedia Design (CMD) Portfolio Exhibition on April 25, the Interim Dean of SAS, Dr. Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob, praised the quality of the creative work displayed by students.
SITC instructor Olusegun Ogundapo has been awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in Electronic Engineering from De Montfort University in the United Kingdom.
AUN is now a member of Toastmasters, an international communications and leadership club with over 345,000 members around the world.
On April 24, Dean Bullock Byron of Student Affairs (DSA), swore in newly elected executives of the Students Government Association.
On April 21, AUN Theater Club brought a cinematic feel to the anti-establishment struggles and activism of the late Afro beat music icon Fela Anikulapo-Kuti in the stage play “Kalakuta Republic.”
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