On December 2, the School of Business & Entrepreneurship (SBE) brought in business owners and entrepreneurs in Yola for a seminar on how to grow and diversify their businesses.
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Government Day Secondary School (GDSS), Yola, on December 15 played host to a team from the AUN Community Cooperative Society.
The School of Business & Entrepreneurship’s ‘Adamawa Village Lighting Project’ entered its second round of expansion on December 3, 2017.
On November 27, on invitation, President Dekle donned her teaching garb and picked up the chalk again after several years in administration.
Members of the university community who want to build the next big app such as Twitter, Hulu, Canvas, or Groupon attended the SITC workshop on Ruby-on-Rails (ROR).
At the SBE Research Seminar Series held on November 24, two professors from the School of Business & Entrepreneurship presented their most recent research work.
On November 20, Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Senator Aisha Alhassan, visited President Dekle to discuss the ongoing progress of the New Foundation School students who arrived at AUN from Abuja this past September.
On November 27, a team of military officers led by Brigadier-Gen. Kayode Ogundele from the Nigerian Defense Academy was on campus for a study tour.
“No persons should be denied the opportunity to learn and grow into productive and active members of the society on account of background, gender, or the circumstance they find themselves.”
On December 7, the AUN Community Cooperative Society conducted its biannual ballot to elect new executives to pilot its affairs for 2018-2019.
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