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AWHE logo Conference promotes women’s leadership in higher education
A two-day conference aims to develop professional purpose and passion among women who have careers in higher education.
forestry camp Forestry offers environmental education summer camps
NAU's School of Forestry offers hands-on environmental education camps for youth this June on the NAU Centennial Forest.
wind turbine Students tackle energy challenges to aid relief efforts
Small, portable wind turbines designed for deployment could play a key role in providing energy during emergency relief efforts.
Facility Services invites feedback via online survey
Data about everyday service will identify strengths and weaknesses.
Boombox Hip Hop Week features art, music and dance
The student-led events include a DJ and dance contest, urban art demonstration and more.
Earth Week Flyer[1] Earth Week celebrates all things green
Earth Week offers sustainable events, opportunities.

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Paul Keim in his lab. Pentagon-backed Keim lab research may open pathways to precision medicine
Study of melioidosis may turn bio-terror threat into opportunity for medical advances.
close up of leaves Scientists eager to engage on environment but still hesitate, research shows
Confidence and other concerns cause gap between intention and action.
Mojave desert Study of Mojave plots shows arid areas absorb large amounts of atmospheric carbon
Analysis of plots over 10 years adds to knowledge of Earth's carbon budget.