Not a dinner for just two, but for two from each of the four undergraduate schools. The Student Government Association (SGA) organized the dinner for eight students who were dubbed "most improved" in Spring 2017 semester, along with their schools' deans.
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“Research shows that the earlier a child is exposed to career mentoring, the better.”
President Dekle has designated the former Comptroller of the Adamawa Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Mr. Sule Wunti, as AUN Ambassador.
On January 22, the new executive committee of the AUN Community Cooperative Society visited President Dekle in her office.
On January 25, three graduate students in the African Studies program at Johns Hopkins University, Washington, visited AUN.
The interim Dean of SAS, Patrick Fay, has reminded students of the AUN zero-tolerance for plagiarism.
The Study Skills Seminar for Spring 2018 has kicked off. The weekly program, which is organized by the Writing Center, is a support class for students’ success in academics.
On January 24, the Writing Center received 51 students of the AUN Academy for an engaging presentation on descriptive writing.
Class of 2016 alumna Blessing Douglas, founder of Douglas Kintsukuroi Foundation (DKF), served as an international administrative advisor in this year’s African American Student Leadership Experience (AASLE) conference held in Washington D.C., on January 4-7.
On January 26, staff of the Finance Division had a get-together to send forth Vice President Anthony Agbo who is retiring on January 31 after seven years of meritorious service.
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