President Ensign has congratulated Nigerians on the success of the March 28 Presidential and National Assembly elections.
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Participants have described this year’s Career Fair as a huge success. A distinctive feature of American University of Nigeria education, the Career Fair is an annual platform where the University’s graduates and seniors meet with employers and top graduate school recruiters.
Final-year students of the School of Information Technology & Computing (SITC) made a poster presentation of their design projects on March 20. It was an exhibition of their ongoing projects intending to mark the end of their four-year academic journey.
The Norwegian Ambassador to Nigeria, His Excellency Rolf Ree, addressed the AUN community on March 19, touting his country’s prowess in mediation and conflict resolution across the globe.
The AUN Academy has again recorded outstanding grades in the recently released 2014 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) results.
Vice President Byron Bullock recently reiterated that safety on campus is everyone’s responsibility. Bullock was speaking on “Addressing Current Trends and On-going Challenges to Protect Your College”, a March 13 conference on Security & Safety held at the auditorium of Robert Pastor Library.
The Managing Partner, KYM Global Pharmaceuticals, Mrs. Hauwa Keri, has urged AUN students to abstain from substance abuse as it affects psychological wellbeing, citing a personal experience of losing a close relative to the habit.
On March 4, a youth group, the Nigerian Youth Inter-Party and Civil Society Forum (NIYIPCOF), in conjunction with the Environmental Care Foundation (ECF), conferred President Ensign and some Adamawa State indigenes with honors for outstanding leadership in facilitating positive change in the state.
The AUN Honor Society has offered scholarships to more than 50 pupils at Abubakar A. Namtari Memorial Primary School, Yola. The Honor Society scholarship program is aimed at stemming the high illiteracy rate in northeast Nigeria.
On March 17 the Department of Digital Services held an inaugural session of its information literacy hour program aimed at improving the information skills of the University community in areas of accessing and critical evaluation of library resources.
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