On May 3, the Human Resources & Planning department held a send-forth luncheon for 17 National Youth Service Corps members who just finished national service at AUN.
The Non-Denominational Christian Fellowship has elected 14 executives for the 2017/18 academic session.
On April 20, the Stallions FC proved it is in top shape by winning 3-2 in a demanding friendly match against MAUTECH FC.
On April 25, a law major, Christine Vihishinma, visited Government Girls Secondary School, Yola, to donate funds to help with five female students' fees.
At this year’s Stallion Awards Dinner on April 22, Mr. AUN, Miss AUN, and Miss Stallion had a chance to present their social responsibility project to the AUN community.
One hundred and fifty women from the surrounding communities have graduated from a skills and literacy training that was organized by the AUN Community Service office.
The Easter weekend that began on Good Friday, April 14, had a series of activities that offered a relaxation opportunity for everyone.
Philip Eappen, the Chief Administrator, AUN Health Center, has won the 2017 Dean of Student Affairs (DSA) Award for Best Staff for leadership and development.
On April 13, the CBN FC were beaten 4-1 in a friendly football match against the Stallions despite a strong second half showing at the AUN football pitch.
“We are more interested in the writer than the product, because as the writer improves, the writing takes care of itself,” said Mrs. Emilienne Akpan, Director of the Writing Center (WC).
On April 4, the Office of Sustainability held its exhibition at the Robert Pastor E-Library Lobby.
As part of his personal community service project of “bringing awareness to the lack of maintenance and environmental cleanliness in Nigeria”, serving Corps member Okpani Jude Ndukwe, on April 6, remodeled a neglected effigy of NYSC members, erected a billboard sign, and distributed wastebaskets and handbills to commercial motorists around the Jimeta metropolis.
On March 30, Ms. Murna Mamman, a final-year accounting student, visited a resident of the Wuro Hausa community of Yola South Local Government Area, accompanied by the Community Service team.
Dr. Lynne R. Baker, assistant professor in Natural and Environmental Sciences, has been awarded a grant for the project: “Conservation planning and vision workshop for Akpugoeze (Enugu State, Nigeria), home to a sacred population of Endangered Sclater’s monkeys.”
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