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.
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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.
On March 17, the Communications & Multimedia Design (CMD) program of SAS launched a free Photoshop software training series for members of the AUN community wishing to learn graphic design and photo enhancement.
On March 4, the Public Diplomacy (CMD 412) students conducted a focus group discussion for their P2P Challenge Violent Extremism social media campaign, “I Am a Believer.”
This University uniquely offers its graduating seniors and alumni the opportunity to display their industry-readiness or preparedness for graduate school through regular career and graduate fairs.
AUN Professor Gregory Sclama who had the honor of serving as a panelist alongside newly appointed Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina Mohammed, has listed policy options to support development in Nigeria’s Northeast region.
On March 7, the Country Head of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), Ms. Ijeoma Anadozie, was on campus to have an information session with members of the AUN community on the benefits of pursuing a CIMA certification.
On March 10, the Instructor of Study Skills, Ms. Elizabeth Sclama, tutored a group of students on how best to prepare for their upcoming midterm exams.
“Is the exemption of ecclesiastical bodies from taxation justified?” This was the topic debated at the AUN Honor Society debate held on March 10.
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