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Section of San Francisco Street to close next week

Construction near the Health and Learning Center will close San Francisco Street from Franklin to Mountain View beginning next week. Continue reading

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Inclusion and Multicultural Services explores new ways to engage students

With a newly appointed director, the department is aiming to educate a broader audience on campus and incorporate a peer education model. Continue reading

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NAU earns Big Sky Conference Presidents’ Cup for second-straight year

Lumberjacks capture the Big Sky Conference Presidents’ Cup for the second year in a row and third time in school history. Continue reading

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NAU hosts first U.S. visit of major statistics conference

Attendees from 41 countries to visit Flagstaff for five-day conference held once every four years. Continue reading

New-look Louie the Lumberjack pumps up parade goers during the parade.

Lumberjack spirit fills Independence Day Parade

NAU faculty, staff and students brought energy and fun to the annual event, along with toy soccer balls, footballs and basketballs for everyone. Continue reading

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New building to provide central location for student services

Construction begins on new Student and Academic Services building which is scheduled to open January 2016. Continue reading

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Expect traffic delays, closures on San Francisco Street

Construction to impact vehicle traffic on north campus. Continue reading

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Health and Learning Center goes LEED Gold

The 272,000-square-foot facility demonstrates NAU's commitment to sustainable building practices on a grand scale. Continue reading

Sino-American Program Reception, June 2014

NAU graduates 35 Chinese students in Sino-American program

NAU celebrated the graduation of 35 Chinese students from the Sino-American 1+2+1 Program. Continue reading

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. Continue reading

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construction Section of San Francisco Street to close next week
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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.
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