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A fish performs a tail-flip jump and a roll. From water to land and back, the mosquitofish is on a roll
Research helps answer questions about how animals make the transition to new habitats.
Stethoscope Medical students helping the homeless in Phoenix
Faculty and staff from numerous medical disciplines will offer free services as part of the Student Health Outreach Wellness project.
Time off requests go electronic
The new eROA form goes live Sept. 2.
Z House Gallery Exhibit FlagLivehalfpage[1] Community art on display at conference center
A new exhibit at the High Country Conference Center will feature 11 local artists showcasing their photography, paintings, woodworks and ceramics.
Liberal-Arts-Building Liberal Arts building earns LEED Gold
To achieve Gold status the building incorporates many resource-saving technologies.
EILEEN Klein Welcome from ABOR President Klein
Klein: Your university is known as our “high-country” research institution with one of the strongest undergraduate programs in the West.

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Artist's conception of a rubble-pile asteroid and a dust cloud asteroid. NASA and NAU researchers welcome unexpected asteroid findings
NAU research advances the goals of NASA's Asteroid Redirect Mission.
Dr. Rita Cheng Rita Cheng appointed next president of NAU
The Arizona Board of Regents unanimously approved Cheng as NAU's 16th president, who will begin her term Aug. 15.
Occupational therapist works with a patient. NAU occupational therapy program prepares for fall semester debut
Accrediting body praises strengths of program in granting approval.