The mood at the car parking lot is calm. It is past five o’clock and people are getting ready to go home for the day. But not everyone. It takes only a few moments strolling past cars to note something unusual. Some are picking up soccer gears. They were headed to the Staff Faculty Football League.
In an effort to boost ICT capacity in Adamawa State, the Nigerian ICT Literacy Foundation (NILF) has awarded additional academic scholarships to two school dropouts to resume their education at the School of Legal Studies, Yola.
An Intro-to-student-life' was held for spring 2017 intakes on January 23. VP Residence Life and Dean of Students Byron Bullock introduced staff members of the Student Affairs department, including staff members who coordinate students’ activities, and work in the career development and residence life units, as well as coordinators of athletics and recreation.
At the closing of the Youth Entrepreneurship Boot Camp that was held on January 20 for six secondary schools in Adamawa State, three high school students were recognized for their outstanding essays capturing their impressions of the training.
On January 20 at the spring orientation welcome, VP Byron Bullock, ‘baptized’ incoming students with a series of expectations to guide them through university life.
The Writing Center (WC) competition for students, entitled “A Season of Writing,” has been extended to February 28.
On January 18, the victorious team who won the first Africa Regional Peer-to-Peer Challenging Extremism competition held in Ghana on January 13, received a standing ovation from the AUN community.
In the Youth Entrepreneurship Boot Camp of January 16 to 20, SBE recognized the achievements of two successful entrepreneurs.
The Nigeria ICT Literacy Foundation (NILF) is an non-governmental organization which was founded by two AUN alums while they were in their final year.
Three alums who graduated from CMD in 2009 and 2011 with deep interest in still photography have formed Akam Contemporary, a guild, to use their craft to pursue humanitarian causes.
All students are expected to take AUN 101, First Year Experience. On December 2, first-year students concluded their program for the fall semester. There was a championship competition in which they participated in various sporting activities. This report by Aliyyah Suleiman will help you see AUN 101 program through their individual perspectives:
December 2 marked the grand finale of the Fall 2016 AUN 101, the First Year Experience seminar. It was a fun-filled day for the over 240 first-year students who joined AUN in August 2016. Each student eyed the championship trophy and medals in the hope of being crowned "AUN 101 Champion!"
On October 13, Ms. Murna Mamman became a role model to young girls of the Government Girls Secondary School, a boarding school in Yola. She addressed them after awarding scholarships to eight of the high-achieving students. They were among the 100 beneficiaries to whom she awarded the 2016/2017 academic year scholarships, the others being in three other primary and secondary schools also in Adamawa State.
November 25 was a field day for pupils of the AUN Academy (American Track). The pupils, divided into four teams, were virtually everywhere on both campuses for the “Amuzing Race 3.0,” an adaptation of the cable TV reality show program The Amazing Race.
At the Residence Life seminar on November 25, AVP of Digital Services and Chief Information Officer Julius AyukTabe urged Resident Directors to build up interpersonal skills, and most importantly to work on self-development to succeed.
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