On March 13, the Enabling Writers’ Projects (EWP) entered its second training phase with 12 selected writers representing Federal and state higher institutions from five Northern states.
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The Theater Club on March 18 held auditions to cast characters for a stage play about the political views of the late Afro beat music maestro Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and his life of activism.
On March 23, Shoprite, an international superstores chain, donated two million naira worth of goods to the AUN Feed and Read Program. The items include food, beverages, and toiletries.
The Dean of Student Affairs, Byron Bullock, has advised students not to hesitate to raise any issues with the university authorities.
On March 23, the Rotary Club of AUN with the AUN Clinic organized a sensitization campaign on campus, starting with a parade.
The National Universities Commission (NUC) has nominated Dean Mathias Fonkam, School of IT & Computing, to serve as an Accreditor for postgraduate computing degree programs at the Africa University of Science & Technology in Abuja.
On March 6, the second AUN Emerging Leaders Academy (ELA) graduated 58 students to join the elite corps of AUN Student Ambassadors.
At a workshop on March 17, SAS Instructor of Study Skills Elizabeth Sclama lectured students on how best to manage their general wellness for academic and personal success.
Barely three days to "Lagos Shutdown," the theme moniker of the 10th Career and Graduate Fair to be held at the Victoria Island Civic Center on March 23 and 24, the Office of Career Counseling & Placement has announced that five companies have upgraded their participation.
The U.S. Embassy has announced its selection of Mr. Fardeen Dodo, of the School of Business and Entrepreneurship, to participate in the 2017 Nelson Mandela Washington Fellowship.
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