Three scholars from St. Petersburg State University, Russia, have presented their preliminary findings in a research on languages and literature common to the ethnic groups of Adamawa State.
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AUN technology professors have embarked on research proposing a new cable model design that will reduce insertion loss and support the existing 40GBASE-T cabling system and Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) specifications.
The Executive Director of Student Engagement, Dorsey Spencer, has urged members of the Student Government Association (SGA) to strive to achieve more.
Three members of the Adamawa Peacemakers Initiative (API), a peace-building initiative of the American University of Nigeria (AUN) that was launched in January 2012 to maintain communal harmony in Adamawa State, are off to London for a two-week peace building conference organized by the Tony Blair Interfaith Foundation.
On Wednesday, February 12, 10 Corps members from the 2013 NYSC Batch 'A' were treated to a special send-forth party at AUN Club.
AUN has taken another bold step in the realization of a key component of its Community Development program.
The Office of Career Services and the Consulting Club led students on aptitude test preparatory (ATP) workshop. The workshop was facilitated by Dr. Ferdinand Che who presented basic steps students should take in applying for jobs.
The University will host its seventh job and career for AUN students and alumni on Tuesday, March 18, at the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Center in Abuja.
More appointments have been announced following the February meeting of the AUN Board of Trustees in Johannesburg. Dr. Gado Alzouma is confirmed a full Professor of Sociology & Anthropology, while Dr. Bolade Agboola and Dr. Linus Okoro, are now Associate Professors of Petroleum Chemistry.
On Tuesday, March 4, Uzoamaka Nwagbo, a Natural & Environmental Sciences major with the Sustainability team, was at the Recycling Center to try out the cooking properties of the eco-briquette (recycled paper compressed into cooking fuel), locally used firewood, and the fuel-efficient Save-80 stove.
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