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Bruce Hungate promoted to Regents’ professor appointment

Hungate was approved by the Academic Affairs Committee of the Arizona Board of Regents last week. Continue reading

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Interim dean named for the College of Health and Human Services

Debera Thomas, dean of the School of Nursing, will begin her new role July 1. Continue reading

Postal Services to host campus seminar

The seminar will address postage rate increases, USPS delivery guidelines and non-profit mail. Continue reading

Employee giving campaign begins March 30

The employee campaign is intended to recognize the valuable role that faculty and staff play in helping students every day. Continue reading

Obituary: John Glenn, former dean of Continuing Education

John Glenn, a longtime employee at NAU, died on Feb. 25, 2015. Continue reading

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Employee Development Day call for presenters

Employees are invited to submit a proposal to be a presenter during this year's event. Continue reading

Reminders from NAU Bookstore

The NAU Bookstore reminds employees of various services available. Continue reading

Cabinet highlights, March 23, 2015: Cell phone policy revised

An updated cell phone policy has been adopted to reflect changes in wireless plans and NAU’s budget reality Continue reading

Anthem breach impacts some NAU employees

BCBSAZ has told NAU officials that it is informing its members of a computer breach at a company called Anthem. Continue reading

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