The American University of Nigeria is proud to announce that this year’s Commencement Speaker will be Ms. Vicky Colbert, a woman who has revolutionized education in the developing world.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria, April 9, 2015: The American University of Nigeria has received approval from the National Universities Commission to offer PhD and Master’s courses in Information Systems and Computer Science beginning in the 2015/16 academic session.
President Margee Ensign has congratulated Nigerians on the success of the March 28 Presidential and National Assembly elections.
The School of Business & Entrepreneurship (SBE), American University of Nigeria, has begun admissions for qualified candidates seeking graduate degrees and diploma in its programs.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria, November 14, 2014: The Government of the United States has pledged continued humanitarian assistance to internally displaced persons in Adamawa state. The Mission Director of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) in Nigeria, Mr. Michael T. Harvey, gave the pledge during a tour of IDPs camps and assessment visits to community-based organizations sheltering the estimated 400,000 refugees who fled insurgency attacks in the northern parts of Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe states, to Yola.
The American University of Nigeria says normal academic and social activities in its Yola Campus are going on as scheduled.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria (October 9, 2014): The United States Ambassador to Nigeria, His Excellency James F. Entwistle, who addressed a press conference at AUN on October 9, at the end of a three-day visit with his wife, Dr. Pamela Schmoll, acknowledged AUN’s academic excellence and development initiatives as a solution to Africa’s many development challenges.
Washington, DC, Thursday, Sept 04, 2014 – The American University of Nigeria (AUN) today announced the formation of the American University of Nigeria Foundation and the launch of the #EducateOurGirls campaign to provide full scholarships to the young Nigerian girls who escaped from being kidnapped by Boko Haram.
Students of the American University Nigeria and Earlham College in Indiana, the Unites States, are participating in a joint course on Peace Journalism for the spring semester of 2014. The course is a project of the Global Liberal Arts Alliance (GLAA).
President of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Professor Margee Ensign, has isolated violence and impunity, as the twin issues critical to the discussion of peace and conflict in Nigeria.
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