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Vital springs need protection and study

Springer: Springs continue to be understudied and inadequately protected. Continue reading

TC Eberly

Time to hit the bike path

Eberly: Start your personal biking season and enjoy the simple beauty and efficiency of commuter bicycling.  Continue reading

ERI Director Diane Vosick at Hart Prairie, 2011.

A race against megafire to save our forests

Vosick: It is a race against time to save our forests. Continue reading

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Video highlights from President Cheng’s installation

Cheng: NAU is an outstanding university with an enviable future. Continue reading

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How our brains encode information

Miller: Of all the things our minds and brains do, memory may be the most important thing. Continue reading

Billy Distler

NAU is a life-changing place to earn a graduate degree

Distler and Rochman: As a grad student I earned a degree and many life lessons. Continue reading

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Celebrating new beginnings

Hughes: Delighted to call Rita Cheng president. Continue reading

Nicole Walker

April is National Poetry Month

Walker: Poetry is the spark and the substance underlying life's many activities. Continue reading

Wally Convington

Restoring forest health is an imperative

Covington: Increased water yield, economic benefits linked to managing forests. Continue reading

Shannon Erickson Blog

NAU supports transfer students

Erickson: NAU supports transfer students like me. Continue reading

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Abe-Springer-2 Vital springs need protection and study
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