Research & Academics
Dual interest in geography, criminal justice leads NAU student to hands-on research experience Claire Simchuk, who is majoring in criminology and criminal justice and geographic science, worked with Cox Communications to help predict the theft of batteries from their emergency communications boxes.
How do Americans view the virus? NAU anthropology professor examines attitudes, perceptions of COVID-19 Lisa Hardy, along with lecturer Leah Mundell, looked at how Americans’ attitudes and responses have changed and how, to many people, the virus is not a biological agent but instead a malicious actor.
NAU scientist Frank von Hippel connects famine, pandemics, war and ecology in new book, ‘The Chemical Age’ The book is written from the perspective of scientists who were integral to a number of discoveries and developments in modern history and discusses how their work altered history.