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Isa Rueda

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

Bruce Fox

Faculty Senate announces new officers

Faculty Senate has new leadership and goals for the upcoming academic year. Continue reading

James S. Coleman, Dean of the College Of Humanities and Sciences

VCU dean chosen as NAU’s provost

James Coleman will begin his new role as provost in August. Continue reading

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Postal Services announces new hours

Beginning July 6, NAU Postal Services will have new operating hours at the du Bois Center facility. Continue reading

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Obituary: Juliana Moseley, computer information systems student and military veteran

Juliana “Jo” Moseley, a computer information systems major and student veteran, died on June 7, 2015. She was 25. Continue reading

Michael Sabath

New leader of NAU-Yuma selected

NAU has selected Michael Sabath to head up the NAU-Yuma branch campus. Continue reading

NAU's partnership with American Campus Communities includes The Suites on south campus.

New on-campus residence hall to accommodate student growth

Northern Arizona University and American Campus Communities are teaming up again to construct a new residence hall on the Flagstaff campus to accommodate increased demands for on-campus housing. Continue reading

FUSD graduation, construction on Butler to cause traffic congestion

Campus commuters are encouraged to allow extra travel time due to road work on Butler Avenue and FUSD graduation Friday, May 29, in the Skydome. Continue reading

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Make Flagstaff the official ‘Best Town Ever’

Voting for this round ends at 9 p.m. Arizona time Saturday, May 23. Continue reading

Palistinian Scholar

Scholar studies at NAU with plans to bridge understanding in the Middle East

A Ph.D. scholar who was raised amidst the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is gleaning insights into reconciliation while spending six weeks at NAU. Continue reading

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Isa Rueda 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.
Comunity Art Exhibit 2015 Accessible[1] Annual community art exhibit returns
An artists’ opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. July 9.
Mark McCrorie A star-spangled tribute to sacrifice
McCrorie: A perspective on our freedoms.
American Indian conference returns to NAU
Educators from Canada and across the United States will gather July 10 and 11 at NAU’s Native American Cultural Center.
Women's outdoor track and field earned 9 spots on the Big Sky All-Academic Team for the spring. NAU student-athletes earn Big Sky All-Academic honors
Men's and women's outdoor track, men's and women's tennis and women's golf were recognized for academic success for the spring.
Downtown July 4th Parade Celebrate Independence Day during annual parade
Lumberjacks are invited to celebrate July Fourth during Saturday's Independence Day parade in downtown Flagstaff.

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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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