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Share feedback on chief diversity officer search

Review the position description and complete a survey to share your input. Continue reading

Cabinet highlights: Jan. 25, 2016

The state budget proposal, the upcoming Arizona Board of Regents meeting, the search for a chief information officer, upcoming events and construction projects were discussed during the meeting. Continue reading

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Beware the tax scam

Phishing emails and even phone calls may come from scammers this time of year. Continue reading

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e-Learning Center hosts Bb Learn support courses

At the in-person labs, participants will have the opportunity to meet with support staff and work one-on-one to meet course needs. Continue reading

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Postal Services to host campus seminar

The seminar will discuss postage rates and savings tips, USPS delivery guidelines and non-profit mail. Continue reading

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Applied Indigenous Studies Chair accepts new role on Native American Affairs

Chad Hamill, chair and associate professor of Applied Indigenous Studies, will work to make NAU the leading university serving Native American students. Continue reading

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Keep your information safe from email scams

NAU's Information Technology Services has reported an increase in phishing emails received by university accounts. Continue reading

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Santa’s Sleigh fund helps coworkers in need

This season consider donating closer to home by giving to fellow employees in need through the NAU Foundation's Santa's Sleigh Fund. Continue reading

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Quick Fact cards available for fall 2015

Brief facts about NAU are available in a business card-sized fact sheet. Continue reading

Candidate open forums for executive director of Campus Health Services

Two candidates for executive director of Campus Health Services will visit campus and participate in open forums with faculty and staff. Continue reading

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A strategic "speed meeting" initiative promises to build targeted, interdisciplinary research capacity at NAU.
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NAU research shows the need for increased palliative care services.
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NAU Athletics welcomes school-aged children to campus
President Cheng and Margaret Ann Hughes NAU alumna, faculty member and student affairs administrator honored
Margaret Ann Hughes, retired associate professor and Student Affairs administrator, was honored during a ceremony in the Student and Academic Services building.
Chinese New Year Special dishes, entertainment on the menu Monday
Dining Services celebrates with a variety of Chinese food and lion dances.
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NSF-funded research aims to change ideas about detachment faults.

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Zanzucchi 1 Arizona’s best school principals received NAU degrees
The Rodel Foundation has named its exemplary principals and five of the eight winners received degrees from Northern Arizona University.
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The lights and sounds of electronic toys may grab the attention of babies but they're not aiding in the child's language development, according to a new study.