AUN is now set to host another local edition of the HULT Prize, as students answer the United Nations Challenge and go head-to-head for $1 million!
On Friday, October 6, the STARS [Student Teams Advancing Regional Sustainability] Club flagged off a waste management campaign tagged “Three Rs of Sustainability--Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle.”
How a student initiative is helping to bridge ICT knowledge gap among secondary school leavers in the AUN host community.
Reigning Mr. AUN, Kazayet Zachariah, has told first-year students that they would be champions if they utilized their free time wisely.
Every member of the University has seen the trending t-shirt inscribed “Yola, Home of the American University of Nigeria.”
It has become the tradition at AUN during major religious festivals for the Management to throw in welfare support so that staff and their families can feel the love.
Another set of women who participated in a three-month skill acquisition program of the AUN Community Service Office completed their training on September 6.
Academic Life at the university level is rigorous. At AUN, the steep standards and expectations further raise the barometers.
On August 19, new AUN enrollees excitedly participated in the painting of a block of classrooms at the Government Day Secondary School, Yola Town.
On August 11, staff members, led by the HR & Planning team, paid condolences to the family of Pwangurigon David, who passed away the day before. David had been a valued AUN security officer, who started working with the University since 2012.
On August 7, the AUN Library organized a send-forth dinner for 15 interns who completed their six-month industrial training here at AUN.
On August 11, President Dawn Dekle, charting a new direction for the University, began her presentation on leadership with this quote by Oscar Wilde: “Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.” That was her fourth town hall address to the University community.
On August 1, the University community sat as one to watch a documentary set in post-Saddam Iraq. The convergence of the staff at the library auditorium was at the behest of President Dawn Dekle, who once headed the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS).
Long time member of the AUN community, now ordained, the Reverend Godson Ubani says Adamawa has become his home.