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Wear True Blue for sweet rewards

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation has kicked off a challenge to encourage school spirit. Continue reading

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Survey seeks feedback on NAU football game experience

NAU Athletics is seeking input from the campus and community on ticket prices, pre-game activities, kickoff time and more. Continue reading

Obituary: Kenneth John Chokie, public administration student

Kenneth John Chokie, an interdisciplinary studies and public administration student at Northern Arizona University Extended Campuses, died Jan. 24, 2015. He was 58. Continue reading

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Grant to support science majors at NAU-Yuma

NAU-Yuma has been awarded a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation to support students pursuing degrees in biology or environmental sciences. Continue reading

Nominations open for university awards

The deadlines for nominations for a number of university-sponsored awards are on the horizon, giving an opportunity to recognize important contributions from faculty, staff and students. Continue reading

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President Cheng visits Legislature to discuss budget and NAU outcomes

President Rita Cheng traveled to Phoenix this week to attend the Arizona House and Senate Appropriations Committee meetings. Continue reading

Alternative spring break

NAU students embrace national trend of spring break alternatives  

NAU has numerous spring break alternatives, where students spend a week doing a service project. Continue reading

Rogers Lake Frontiere Residency

Partnership with Coconino County to bring artist residency program to Frontiere Property

NAU will establish a summer artist-in-residency program at the 240-acre county-owned Frontiere property in Flagstaff. Continue reading

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NAU hosts sandwich-making event to feed the hungry

The Lumberjack community gathered at the University Union to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Flagstaff Family Food Center. Continue reading

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NAU Gates Millennium Scholars aiming high

NAU's Gates Millennium Scholars are succeeding on campus both as undergraduates and graduate students. Continue reading

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Forums scheduled for School of Nursing dean
Faculty and staff are invited to meet the candidates seeking the position of dean of the School of Nursing.
photo Wear True Blue for sweet rewards
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation has kicked off a challenge to encourage school spirit.
CSAC_2015mixer_flier Appreciation mixer to celebrate classified staff
NAU employees are invited to the 21st annual Employee Appreciation Mixer Wednesday, March 25, in the Campus Recreation Center Gym in the HLC.
15845600326_8803aeeb7f_k Survey seeks feedback on NAU football game experience
NAU Athletics is seeking input from the campus and community on ticket prices, pre-game activities, kickoff time and more.
Executive VP/chief of staff candidate to visit campus
Joanne Keene, government relations director for Coconino County, will visit campus Wednesday, March 4, to meet with vice presidents and other individuals.
In the Spotlight: Feb. 27, 2015
This week: Barbara Veltri and Judson “Jut” Wynne.

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NAU mechanical engineering associate professor John Tester works at the university's RAPIDLab overseeing multiple innovations and other campus projects. NAU lab turning ideas into marketable objects
NAU's RAPIDLab, led by mechanical engineering associate professor John Tester, is active in numerous campus projects, building prototypes for university researchers.
Students Spring enrollment increases from last year
Northern Arizona University's enrollment for spring 2015 is up five percent from the year before, reflecting a growth in undergraduate students.
Graduation Gates Millennium Scholars part of changing tide in student success
A growing NAU cohort of underserved, low-income students earns good-through-graduation financial support.