The 2015 AUN-API “Peace Through Sports” tournament kicked off on Saturday, February 7, with an opening football match played between hosts AUN Staff team and that of Njoboliyo United.
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The Ambassador of Switzerland to Nigeria, His Excellency Hans-Rudolph Hodel, on Thursday, February 5, delivered a lecture on “Democracy in Switzerland: Federalism within the Swiss Confederation” to a packed audience in the Library Auditorium.
The women’s wing of the Jama’atul Nasril Islam (JNI), an Islamic aid group, has honored President Ensign in recognition of her selfless service to society.
The University has advanced to the regional finals of the sixth annual Hult Prize, whose winners will receive $1,000,000 in startup funding.
The spring 2015 intake have been charged to key into the University’s unfolding transformation story. President Ensign welcomed the entering students, the class of 2018, at their formal induction and pledge ceremony held at the auditorium of the Robert E. Pastor Library.
A renowned academic and Executive Director of a top business school in India, Dr. Vrajal Sapovadia, has joined the American University of Nigeria as an Assistant Dean in the School of Business & Entrepreneurship with effect from spring 2015 semester.
The Assistant Vice President of Digital Services and Chief Information Officer, Julius Ayuk Tabe, has urged new students to make use of the American style of education offered by AUN.
Vice President of Campus Life and Dean of Student Affairs, Byron Bullock, joined with other University officials to urge spring 2015 intake to collaborate with their parents and prepare for the challenges ahead.
Deans from three schools, Arts and Science, Business and Entrepreneurship, and Information Technology and Computing, have taken turns to advise the incoming class of 2018 on the prospects of each school.
Mahatma Ghandi said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” This truism found meaning in the excited and energized class of 2018, who shared their hopes and gains after their first community service outing.
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