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Forestry offers environmental education summer camps

NAU's School of Forestry offers hands-on environmental education camps for youth this June on the NAU Centennial Forest. Continue reading

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Earth Week celebrates all things green

Earth Week offers sustainable events, opportunities. Continue reading

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NAUPD solicits input through online survey

The NAU Police Department is seeking campus and community input on its annual citizen survey. Continue reading

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Outstanding seniors earn top honors at NAU

Dozens of graduating seniors enjoyed a golden moment during a reception where they were recognized for their contributions to NAU. Continue reading

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Summer youth recreational programs announced

Camps offer engaging and educational activities for children in preschool through eighth grade. Continue reading

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Five Arizonans to earn honorary degrees at spring commencement

The ceremonies will recognize individuals dedicated to furthering education in Arizona. Continue reading

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Regents approve tuition, commend NAU Pledge

As the national conversation shifts toward predictability in higher education, NAU's Pledge Program earns high praise from regents. Continue reading

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Franke business college maintains prestigious accreditation

NAU maintains accreditation that measures the highest quality in business programs, earned by less than five percent of colleges worldwide. Continue reading

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Grant targets substance abuse screening and intervention

NAU Campus Health Services is participating in a national project to combat substance abuse. Continue reading

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Spring alumni magazine published online

The 'Pine' magazine connects the alumni community to university initiatives, campus happenings, graduates and more. Continue reading

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