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NAU President Rita Cheng and Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye

Navajo Nation welcomes NAU President Rita Cheng

The university president met with Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and tribal leaders. Continue reading

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Accelerator open for businesses

The new 25,000-square-foot facility features space for entrepreneurs and scientists to expand startups. Continue reading

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NAU receives nearly $1.5 million for TRIO Student Support Services

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a grant to NAU to continue its TRIO Student Support Services program through August 2020. Continue reading

Alisse Ali-Joseph will be the faculty athletic representative. Ali-Joseph, who has been at NAU since 2013, said she will serve as a liaison between student athletes, fellow faculty members and administrators.

Cheng appoints new faculty athletics representative

Alisse Ali-Joseph will serve as a liaison between student athletes, fellow faculty members and administrators. Continue reading

Chris Lanterman, who earned a master’s degree and is working on his Ph.D., teaches special education classes and courses in disability studies offered through the Institute for Human Development. As both a student and a faculty member, Lanterman shares his unique insights on the university’s accessibility.

Disability Act’s anniversary shows light-years of progress at NAU

Many accessibility advocates consider NAU as a frontrunner, with policies and people in place to continually improve physical and virtual learning spaces. Continue reading

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NAU’s archery club hits bulls-eyes around the world

Northern Arizona University’s archery club competes in South Korea's World University Games, and captures the national title at the 2015 United States Intercollegiate Archery Championships in Newberry, Fla. Continue reading

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Phoenix stations grab NAU view for a peek at weather

A web-based weather camera mounted on top of the Skydome will begin providing images of Flagstaff’s weather to Phoenix television stations. Continue reading

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Obituary: Michael DeGroote, finance student and NAU football player

Michael Ray DeGroote, a finance major and student-athlete, died June 30, 2015. He was 22. Continue reading

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NAU graduates students in Sino-American program

NAU recently presented diplomas to 33 Chinese students who participated in the Sino-American 1+2+1 Program. Continue reading

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President selects longtime employee for key position

Isa Rueda, who has been with NAU for nearly 30 years, will fill the position of assistant to the president beginning in August. Continue reading

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NAU President Rita Cheng and Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye Navajo Nation welcomes NAU President Rita Cheng
The university president met with Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and tribal leaders.
Ribbon cutting ceremony Accelerator open for businesses
The new 25,000-square-foot facility features space for entrepreneurs and scientists to expand startups.
Phone Phone conversion, new communication system debuts
ITS will be installing new desk phones in employee offices throughout the next month.
icom_final_transparent_small NAU to host conference for international environmental science researchers
The Eighth International Conference on Mycorrhiza will be hosted by NAU Aug. 3-7 at the High Country Conference Center.
Farewell reception planned for Harvey Charles
The campus community is invited to a reception in his honor from 3:30-5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4, in the 1899 Ballroom.
Campus parking information for 2015-16
As the start of the academic year draws near, Parking Services is offering several reminders for faculty and staff on the Flagstaff campus.

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A research team, including NAU professor Bruce Hungate, analyzed staph bacteria samples from twins.
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The Northern Arizona University athletics program continues to demonstrate its academic success, according to a newly released NCAA Academic Progress Report.
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An EEG study performed by NAU researchers shows chocolate can increase brain characteristics of attention and significantly affect blood pressure levels.