Professor Lucky Osagie Imade of the International & Comparative Politics program has asserted that eco-colonialism is real. Imade made the assertion on January 27 in an SAS Seminar paper “Eco-Colonialism: The Last Stage of North/South Conflict.”
AUNTHISWEEK is the weekly electronic newsletter of the American University of Nigeria. It is published every Monday and contains event notices, news about and for the AUN Community, etc.
Six members of the National Youth Service Corps were treated to a farewell party by the University community on Wednesday, February 11, having successfully completed their one-year, mandatory national assignment.
“Caring is good, but giving is better.” With this message emblazoned on their T-shirts, 60 senior secondary students of the AUN Academy proved this true on Valentine’s Day, when they elected to share the special Valentine’s Day love and care at the Children’s Home, Yola.
The Office of Technology and Digital Services (OTDS) has started its training on Information Literacy, for members of the department.
Two teams, Ngurore FC and Young Merceil FC, have been disqualified from the on-going Adamawa Peace Through Sport Tournament.
The Provost and Director of Sustainability Initiatives, Professor Charles Reith, inaugurated a two-kilometer nature trail behind the main campus hostels on February 20 to foster environmental awareness.
The newly hired Assistant Dean in the School of Business & Entrepreneurship shares some thoughts on the economic potentials of American University of Nigeria’s host community and how to harness them for rapid development.
The first PhD class at its inauguration on February 6 was challenged to find solutions to problems, new ways of approaching issues, and research that improves society.
The Swiss Ambassador to Nigeria, Dr. Hans-Rudolf Hodel, in Yola to assess the challenges faced by persons displaced by terrorism in Adamawa, also addressed the University community.
President Ensign has described the founding of AUN as a unique vision, which originated with the Founder. “Our vision is to be Africa’s development university, to make sure people have the income and education needed to improve lives.”
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