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Laura Huenneke

Giving students a chance to take the initiative

Huenneke: Placing students in the right internship or capstone setting is the key. Continue reading

Laura Huenneke

Students, faculty win in digital environments

Huenneke: Gaming, blended courses shift learning opportunities. Continue reading

Rob-Schehr-195

A priceless opportunity with Arizona’s highest court

Schehr: Court visit creates unparalleled opportunity to experience law in motion. Continue reading

Mason Gerety

Generous employees are part of a larger NAU story

Gerety: NAU employees, the very heart of the university, send an important message through their gifts to the Employee Giving Campaign. Continue reading

Ryan Belknap and Daniel Boone

Behind the scenes of NAU’s new climate change movie

Belnap and Boone: Arctic conditions challenge even the most prepared. Continue reading

Lindsey Riebe and Sam Hickerson

One coach, one student: A formula for success

Riebe and Hickerson: Become a coach to help students manage transition to college. Continue reading

Eck Doerry

University Leadership Program is a ‘golden ticket,’ and so much more

Doerry: Learn how the university works from the inside, without the Oompa-Loompas or temptation of chocolate. Continue reading

Karen Pugliesi and Dan Kain

Making every class a teachable moment

Pugliesi and Kain: Teaching Day at NAU underscores faculty commitment to enhancing student engagement. Continue reading

Neil Websdale

Understanding the far-reaching impact of familicide

Websdale: Research into familicide is helping transform the 'seeming maze' of resources to better serve victims of domestic violence. Continue reading

Nadine Barlow

Earth’s explosions explain Martian craters

Barlow: Earth's explosive volcanoes help researchers understand how erosion-resistant craters formed on the red planet. Continue reading

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