- Hits: 0 Good governance, recipe for peace-Peace Conference
Participants at a three-day International Peace Conference held in Yola, Adamawa state, have itemised good governance as the panacea to the political crisis bedevilling Nigeria’s democracy.
- Hits: 0 AUN, API Host 1st Peace and Development Conference
A peace and development conference, to chart new paths to increased access to education, better security, and youth employment, kicks off at the American University of Nigeria (AUN) Yola, Adamawa State, on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. - Mangrove Reporters
- Hits: 0 AUN: Focus on e-learning, quality of graduates
Issues bordering on education, economic development and empowerment will dominate the agenda on Saturday, May 10, when the American University of Nigeria holds her 6th Commencement. - The Eagle Online
- Hits: 0 AUN graduates 260 students
The American University of Nigeria on Saturday graduated 260 students during its sixth convocation ceremony in Yola, Adamawa State. - The Eagle Online
- Hits: 0 Nigerians defy terror to keep learning
The abduction by Boko Haram of schoolgirls has focused attention on the threat to education in north-eastern Nigeria. What's it like to keep teaching during a state of emergency? The president of a university and group of schools describes the urgent need to protect education. - BBC News
- Hits: 0 Proud Parent: 'From US I sent my only child to AUN'
A US-based Nigerian woman and mother of the 2014 Class Speaker, Mrs. Nnenna Nwana, on the 6th Commencement eve, held spellbound the audience at the awards ceremony, as she told how she surprised many by sending her only child, Ms. Odera Okakpu, to AUN.
- Hits: 0 Girls have been kidnapped, hundreds of boys killed – Ensign
ABUJA (AFP) – With international attention focused on Nigeria and the plight of more than 200 girls abducted by Boko Haram, Margee Ensign is keen to stress one thing: it’s not just girls at risk from the militants. - VANGUARD
- Hits: 0 AUN, US College Collaborate on Peace Journalism
Students of the American University Nigeria (AUN) and Earlham College in Indiana, the Unites States, are jointly participating in course on Peace Journalism under the Global Liberal Arts Alliance (GLAA). - DAILY TRUST
- Hits: 0 Boko Haram threat not just about girls and school
With international attention focused on Nigeria and the plight of more than 200 girls abducted by Boko Haram, Margee Ensign is keen to stress one thing: it's not just girls at risk from the militants.
- Hits: 0 Creed, Greed and Need
Their eyes huge from fear and confusion after fleeing their burning village of Izge, some 300 internally displaced people met with members of the Adamawa Peace Initiative (API) in Mubi, where they had sought refuge. - THE HUFFINGTON POST
- Hits: 0 AUN President Tasks FG With Tackling Violence & Impunity
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. - CAMPUS PORTAL
- Hits: 0 Focus on e-learning, as AUN holds 6th Commencement
Issues bordering on education, economic development and empowerment will dominate the agenda on Saturday, May 10, when the American University of Nigeria holds her 6th Commencement. - NEW TELEGRAPH
- Hits: 0 Insecurity: AUN President urges FG to be proactive
Worried by the rising crime and terrorism index in the country, the President of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, Adamawa State, Professor Margee Ensign, has urged the Federal Government to put in place strategies that will combat the insurgency in the North-eastern region. Adamawa State is one of the hotbeds of Boko Haram terrorism activities in the north-eastern part of the country.
- Hits: 0 Tearful tales from inside Yola refugee camps
Malam Hassan Muhammad saw his relocation from Goza in Borno State to Yola, the Adamawa State capital, as an opportunity to start a new life, having suffered greatly in the hands of insurgents, popularly known as Boko Haram.
- Hits: 0 Focus on e-learning, quality of graduates, as AUN holds 6th Commencement
Issues bordering on education, economic development and empowerment will dominate the agenda on Saturday, May 10, when the American University of Nigeria holds her 6th Commencement. - WORLDSTAGE
- Hits: 0 Young Nigerian makes chair, stool from waste paper
Recycling, which is the conversion of waste into reusable material or new products, helps to reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, reduce energy usage, air pollution and water pollution by reducing the need for conventional waste disposal. - VANGUARD
- Hits: 0 The Allure of Yola
Adamawa State conjures the image of a state in distress whenever it is mentioned. That is because it is a state under emergency rule arising from the Boko Haram menace. But in Yola, the state capital, there is an allure that continues to make the state a Mecca of sorts. Solomon Elusoji on a recent trip to Yola spent time at American University of Nigeria and writes about how its students are inspiring kindness in the neighbourhood and hope for the continent.
- Hits: 0 Articulating Atiku: From herdsman to headman
It is needful to here affirm that I have never met in person Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President of Nigeria, 1999-2007. So this piece must and should be seen and understood in its purest context as a public commentary taken from the perspective of personal enhancement for peak performance, through communal development and nation building.
- Hits: 0 US Education System Can Tackle Unemployment, Poverty In Nigeria – AUN President
Professor Margee Ensign is the President of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola. In this interview, she speaks on how to make university products more effective, the financial challenges of running a private university, how the AUN is coping in Nigeria and the plans by the institution to establish schools of Law, Engineering, Medicine and Agriculture. - DAILYTRUST
- Hits: 0 UTME/WAEC exams: Undergraduates become tutors in Yola
More than 20 students from the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, have taken time out of their busy schedule to teach secondary school students in the state who are preparing to sit for this year’s - SUNDAY TRUST Online