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Nominations sought for Distinguished Teaching Fellows Award

President Rita Cheng and Provost Laura Huenneke are seeking nominations for the President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellows. Continue reading

Cabinet highlights: Sept. 22, 2014

President's Attendance Request form, insurance rates, the budget, new construction and football ticket sales were discussed. Continue reading

BCBS rates to increase for first time in 2 years

NAU employees will see an increase for BCBS health benefits, beginning in 2015. Continue reading

ITS warns of security concerns with Study Room service

ITS reminds the campus community to never use NAU account information to access services not provided by the university. Continue reading

Faculty showcase shines light on instructional theory and practice

NAU's e-Learning Center invites the campus community to an open house from 9-11:30 a.m. Friday, September 26, in room 2405 of the Health and Learning Center. Continue reading

Open forums scheduled for COE dean

Faculty and staff are invited to meet the candidates seeking the position of dean of the College of Education. Continue reading

Eileen Mahoney

Retirement reception planned for Eileen Mahoney

Reception to be held in the Grand Canyon Room at the Union. Continue reading

Rick Wiselus

Obituary: Rick Michael Wiselus, former field service technician

Mr. Wiselus, longtime employee of NAU and dedicated community member, died in Flagstaff on Aug. 23, 2014. He was 59. Continue reading

Supervisor Academy accepting applications for next cohort

Human Resources is welcoming applications from faculty and staff for its second supervisor academy to begin Oct. 14. Continue reading

NAUPD warns of text and call scam

The campus community is reminded to never share personal or financial information over the telephone. Continue reading

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