In the spirit of bidding farewell to Yola, graduating seniors in two busloads embarked on their last community service as undergraduates. They were at Yelwa Yola Primary School, Yola South, where they gave a face lift to one of the classroom blocks there.
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Alums had a two hour experience sharing with graduating seniors on Wednesday May 7. Termed “Life After AUN,” it is an annual event, an avenue where alums discuss with soon to become graduates what to expect after graduation.
The University’s first in-house security outfit marked three years of operation on May 6 with a colorful parade and march-past.
Professor Augustine Nsang is a Cameroonian was born on August 4, 1967, in Ndop, Cameroon. He had his Bachelor’s degree at University of Keele, Great Britain, in 1990 in Computer Science and Mathematics. Between 1990 and 1992, he obtained a Master’s degree in Foundation of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Bristol, Great Britain.
President Ensign will be one of the lead discussants at the World Economic Forum taking place in Abuja from Wednesday to Friday this week.
President Ensign on Friday, April 25, feted the University’s winning team at this year’s National Model UN Conference held in New York at AUN Club.
On Saturday, April 26, AUN hosted the International Undergraduate Scholars Competition featuring the International Linguistic Association, Jatropha Researchers, and Towards Organizing Urban Cycle for Health (TOUCH).
The President of STARS (Student’s Teams Advancing Regional Sustainability) Club, Kingsley Jima, has stressed the need for sustainable practices in all we do.
The Administrative Assistant in the Office of Student Activities & Involvement, Vera Nwobodo, reminisces on her one year of service to AUN under departing Executive Director of Engagement, Dorsey Spencer, Jr.
NDCF President: ‘Middle Class Will Buoy Up Nigeria’s Economy - “If I were the Nigerian President, I would cut off monopoly and allow for stiff, government-induced competition to nurture small businesses and establish the middle-class in Nigeria where it is non-existent; the middle-class provides the base for a strong national economy.” These words welcome you to the world of Paul Onwurah, AUN about-to graduate with bias for software engineering and the immediate past President of the Non Denominational Christian Fellowship.
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