He didn’t bring them stockfish. But the Norwegian ambassador to Nigeria, Ambassador Rolf Ree, did bring hope and comforting words to IDPs sheltering in the New Life Gospel Center, Jimeta.
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“Every leader should impact his or her organization.” This was the view of Mr. Benson Friday, a staff member of AUN Hotel Conference Center & Spa, who facilitated leadership training for select staff of the University.
“Sometimes we need more than just knowing and doing the right thing to get the very best in life; we often need consultation because success is not a product of chance, much as greatness demands skills and sacrifices.”
On February 22, President Ensign led a team of the AUN community and members of the Adamawa Peace Initiative (API) to distribute food to hundreds of internally displaced persons sheltering under the Muslim Council of Adamawa State, at the Yola Women’s Development Center.
All national staff members have been reminded of the need to key into the Federal Government’s Housing Scheme. The Assistant Vice President of Human Resources & Planning, Mr. Nourah Bamalli, explained the benefits of the scheme at a seminar held on February 18.
On Friday February 20, the University distributed various food items to 233 members of staff who are hosting IDPs.
On Saturday, February 21, the Admissions Office hosted high school seniors from AUN Academy and Ahmadu Ribadu College during an on-campus recruitment exercise, where they met with President Ensign and other officials.
Final-year students of Concordia College and Aliyu Musdafa College, Yola, visited the campus as part of the Admissions Office’s recruitment effort, on February 14.
The Society of Petroleum Engineers-AUN Student Chapter (SPE-AUNSC) has been officially inaugurated on campus. The event took place on February 7 at the Robert Pastor Library Auditorium.
AUN is to begin water treatment and recycling intended for irrigation as part of its move to conserve water, says the Executive Director of Construction & Projects, Mr. Alex Cobo.
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