October First was marked peacefully in the University campus, as well as in Yola and Jimeta.
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A Festival of Hope, Potential, Diversity, and Unity
At AUN on September 27 was a foreign diplomat in Nigeria who yearns to present Nigeria well.
On September 27, President Dekle visited the Community Development Center, Yola, where she interacted with women from the University’s host community who make products from waste materials.
At the Back-to-School event that was held on September 27, Administrator of the AUN Academy (American Track), Ms. Rose Clarkson, hinted on what makes the school tick.
Dinnertime was over and it was on a weekend. It was a class-free day to celebrate the Independence Day anniversary.
The Student Government Association, on September 25, swore in 12 newly elected senators.
On September 26, the Building Unit, under the Department of Facilities Management, kicked off a 3-day, in-house training at the AUN Library auditorium themed “Estimation and Facility Management."
In preparation for the Nigerian University Games (NUGA) coming in Abuja this year, the AUN Stallions FC had their first friendly match against Jimeta Selected on Thursday, September 28.
President Dawn Dekle on September 19 led the AUN learning community in a joyful reception for the founding Dean of SITC and former Board of Trustees Member, Prof Muhammadou M.O. Kah, who assumes the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost and Professor of IT & Computing.
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