A 50-year-old mother of six from Imo State, Merit Nwankwo, was among the beneficiaries in Mubi North, Adamawa State, who received a start-up kit from the AUN/UNHCR livelihood cooperative and small business development scheme on November 2.
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On November 3, pupils receiving Quranic education from Tsangayan Alaramma Umar Muhammed in Jimeta-Yola had reason to smile when students of AUN Academy (Secondary) visited.
The Royal Charity Project, an initiative of Mr. and Miss AUN and Miss Stallion, wound down on November 4 at a ceremony to reflect on its accomplishments.
On November 8, the Office of Community Service distributed 110 school uniforms to children in Bako Primary School, Bako, and Wuro Chekke Primary School, Wuro Chekke.
On November 2, staff members of the Admissions Office organized a reception to send forth a member of the NYSC who completed her one-year mandatory service in the department.
November 3, 2017, marked a pivotal moment in the lives of many polio survivors in Yola.
A professor in the School of IT & Computing, Dr. Augustine Nsang, was the presenter at the SITC Seminar held on October 24.
The United States Ambassador to Nigeria, HE W. Stuart Symington, visited the AUN campus on October 31.
On Oct. 27, Dr. Lynne Baker of the School of Arts & Sciences, was the facilitator of the third Graduate Seminar for the Fall 2017 semester.
The CMD 224 (Online and Digital Reporting) class is representing Nigeria in the Fall 2017 Peer To Peer Facebook Global Digital Challenge.
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