The Atiku Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Agriculture, and Development recently hosted four-day training for the Center’s staff members and those of an impending project dubbed ‘Right to Care’.
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On February 13, a new group of women from the surrounding communities completed three-month training by the Office of Community Service.
It was another display of talent on February 15 when members of the Theatre Club had a performance titled Rotto.
On February 13, two teachers from Concordia College, Yola, visited the Office of Sustainability to learn an innovative farming method.
“If a robot should assault you, who do you sue? Do you sue the maker, the robot or who controls the robot?”
On February 9, the School of Graduate Studies held its first Seminar for the spring 2018 semester.
At a capacity-building and mentoring seminar of the School of Law held on February 2, Dean Oladejo Olowu, spoke on “The art of writing and publishing peer-reviewed articles.”
It was a show of excellence on February 3, 2018, when the intermediate class of the New Foundation School students dazzled their mates, staff and guests with their oratorical skills.
On February 9, the Writing Center held a seminar on Common Errors in Academic Writing.
The West Africa Bureau Chief of New York Times, Ms. Dionne Searcey, recently visited AUN, interacting with members of faculty, staff, and students.
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