After touring the University’s physics and chemistry labs on April 3, a light bulb went out in the minds of 21 students from Kanzul Islam Secondary School, Yola Town, members of the AUN STEM WizKids program.
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Not everything we learn happens in a classroom. On the 7th of April 2017, a health fair was organized by the AUN Employee Wellness Program (EWP), HR, and AUN Clinic.
“Why do students in the Law program and International and Comparative Politics (ICP) need mathematics,” asked a student attending the SAS Mathematics Awareness Question and Answers town hall forum.
The Interim Dean of SAS, Dr. Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob, was a panelist at a recent workshop dealing with Social Cohesion as a Pathway to Peace in Adamawa State.
In order to avoid or reduce significant losses to the University in human and material assets, emergency managers should work to identify and anticipate potential risks.
The choice of American University of Nigeria in Adamawa State as host of a two-day North East Recovery Program Workshop, organized by the Presidential Committee on North East Initiative (PCNI) in collaboration with the World Bank, signifies the return of calm to the state.
On April 1, Ms. Nelly Ating, a writing staff member of the Office of Communications & Public Relations, had a talk with students at a forum organized by the Women Leadership Council (WLC).
On March 30, representatives of the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNCHR) visited AUN as an implementing partner to learn about the progress with its UNCHR “Protect Project 2017.”
On March 17, SITC Seniors displayed their Senior Projects at the Sixth Senior Design Project (SDP) poster presentations.
Since taking office, U.S. President Donald Trump has signed Executive Orders aimed at closing the American borders and deporting immigrants. This has sparked much controversy.
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