On the eve of the November 19th Founder’s Day celebration, AUN security operatives embarked on their usual Friday jogging. Unlike before when they would do runs in and around the campus, this time the operatives went the extra mile, literally.
On November 19, the Nigerian ICT Literacy Foundation (NILF) held its graduation ceremony for basic ICT classes at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Yola.
On Friday, November 18, the AUN Writing Center Book Club staged an adaptation of “Cell One,” a story with a profound message from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s collection of short stories, The Thing Around Your Neck. It was a milestone for the Club, being its first event of that kind. It was easy to tell that the cast and crew had worked tirelessly on this production, because the Library Auditorium had a different vibe that evening.
At the 11th Founder’s Day Ceremony, 10 people received the 2016 Outstanding Staff Awards.
On November 22,four students of Savannah Sugar High School, Gyawana, near Numan, became the lucky recipients of the first scholarships awarded by the AUN Community Cooperative Society.
Since 2013, SBE faculty and students have worked very hard to introduce financial literacy and entrepreneurship training for small businesses in Adamawa state.
Beneficiaries of the AUN-UNHCR Livelihood Protect Project in two Boko Haram-impacted areas, Mubi and Michika, graduated simultaneously in the two locations on November 11.
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