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Blended learning expansion transforms classrooms, opens student horizons

Approach gives flexibility to faculty, puts focus on student responsibility. Continue reading

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Conference promotes women’s leadership in higher education

A two-day conference aims to develop professional purpose and passion among women who have careers in higher education. Continue reading

Facility Services invites feedback via online survey

Data about everyday service will identify strengths and weaknesses. Continue reading

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NAU urges password changes after ‘Heartbleed’ fix

Vulnerability could compromise accounts with a number of service providers. Continue reading

Cabinet highlights: April 7, 2014

Enrollment, summer construction and athletics were on the agenda. Continue reading

Open forums scheduled for SBS dean candidates

Three applicants for dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences will present at open forums on Friday, April 11. Continue reading

Retirees to be honored at annual farewell gala

NAU will recognize retirees during a dinner event Wednesday, April 9, at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading

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Obituary: Ann Marie Eagan, librarian and former Cline Library department head

Ms. Eagan, longtime employee of Cline Library, died in Tucson on March 14, 2014. She was 56. Continue reading

Conservation fieldwork by NAU students such as Jenna Garrett will continue in the Northern Mariana Islands because of an anonymous faculty gift.

Employee gifts inspire campus philanthropists

Gifts from faculty and staff are further proof of the university’s ongoing commitment to student success. Continue reading

Cabinet highlights: March 10, 2014

Agenda items included an update on the NAU presidential search, legislative budget negotiations and a partnership between NAU and Northern Arizona Healthcare. Continue reading

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