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President visits with state lawmakers, donors in Phoenix

As discussions of the state budget continue, President Rita Cheng engaged in one-on-one discussion time with the new governor and other lawmakers. Continue reading

Initiative earns award for domestic violence prevention efforts

The National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative received prestigious 2014 Celebrating Solutions Award sponsored by the Mary Byron Project. Continue reading

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Obituary: Kelsea Gayle Shultz, education student

Kelsea Gayle Shultz, 24, an education student at Northern Arizona University, died Dec. 23, 2014. Continue reading

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President Cheng leads campus walk for wellness

President Rita Cheng led a group of Northern Arizona University faculty, staff and students on a wellness walk through campus on a brisk afternoon this week. Continue reading

Obituary: Joseph Michael Bestic, master’s student

Joseph Michael Bestic, an online student working toward his master’s degree in Administration, died Jan. 7, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. He was 43. Continue reading

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Residential learning communities solidify education

NAU's growth in residential learning communities supports student success, retention and graduation. Continue reading

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Lumberjack community comes together for MLK Day of Service

Northern Arizona University took time on Monday to celebrate and honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through service and community. Continue reading

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Projects support global engagement on campus

NAU's International Pavilion and International House are meeting the needs of the growing international population on campus. Continue reading

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Reminder: Monday is a holiday

Northern Arizona University will be closed Monday, Jan. 19, in observation of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Continue reading

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Student designs on display at Beasley Gallery

Large woodblock prints created by students and pressed with a steamroller will be on display from Jan. 20 – Feb. 13 in the Beasley Art Gallery. Continue reading

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BlackHistoryMonth2015 Black History Month at NAU
NAU will host several campus events throughout February to celebrate Black History Month.
President Cheng President visits with state lawmakers, donors in Phoenix
As discussions of the state budget continue, President Rita Cheng engaged in one-on-one discussion time with the new governor and other lawmakers.
Erika Nowak holds a 20-year-old rattlesnake. Photo by Justin Schofer New methods can protect animals during relocation
Relocation of animals is usually unsuccessful because many species, including rattlesnakes, travel great distances to return to their former habitat.
Arizona Board of Regents logo Regents to meet in Tucson next week
The Arizona Board of Regents will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at the University of Arizona Thursday, Feb. 5.
Sue Darling Celebrating opportunities of Title IX
Darling: Sports and team activities helped me to grow into the woman I am today.
Initiative earns award for domestic violence prevention efforts
The National Domestic Violence Fatality Review Initiative received prestigious 2014 Celebrating Solutions Award sponsored by the Mary Byron Project.

Editor’s Picks

NAU's Swimming & Dive program earned the APR Public Recognition Award. Pictured from left to right are the 2014 graduates: Becky Russell, Jane Wakefield, Gwen Smithberg, Emma Lowther, Rachel Palmer, Jordan Burnes, Ashani Gottlieb and Stirling Smith. Athletics posts 85 percent graduation success rate
NAU student-athletes posted the highest of the three state universities and tied for the best in the Big Sky Conference.
Stroke patient on treadmill NAU research project puts stroke patients back on their feet
Participants sought for study to demonstrate value of aerobic training in stroke recovery.
physical therapy students in lab NAU joins elite group of residency programs in neurologic physical therapy
Prestigious, intensive program plans to admit new residents each year.