Prof. Jennifer A. Tyndall of the Natural and Environmental Science program has presented the findings of a comparative study of oral samples collected from the University community and internally displaced persons (IDPs).
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Students often wonder why academic catalogs they are assigned to differ from those of their peers who enrolled in the University years ahead of them.
Students enrolled in the Entrepreneurship Field Experience course (ENT 201) are set to implement their business ideas for the Fall 2017 semester.
Associate Professor and Chair of the Information Systems program, Dr. MacGranaky Quaye and Dr. Salihu Dasuki, (former Assistant Professor in the IS program), have posited that the use of visual game programming, such as “Alice”, to introduce students to computer programming concepts is very promising.
Attorneys-General and principal law officers from the States of the Federation, who attended a four-day summit at the AUN Hotel, took time to explore the seductive ambience of the main campus.
Board of Trustees member, Ike Chioke, inspected the ongoing hostel project on the main campus on September 9.
President Dekle said at the annual Finance Division retreat on September 16 that AUN is still much at the design phase and staff members have a great role to play in influencing outcomes.
The Office of Sustainability Initiatives Projects and Events (Yola EcoSentials) under the Atiku Center carried out sales exhibition at the library lobby on September 13.
On September 8, the Graduate School Seminar launched this semester's program. This first of the series was organized in collaboration with the Writing Center (WC).
If you asked a Zambian teenager boarding a Nigerian-bound plane what her expectations were, Zunzika Thole of the AUN pioneer class of 2009 would have responded: “fear, anxiety, and culture shock.”
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