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Ride Mountain Line for free with your ecoPASS

NAU faculty and staff are invited to pick up a free ecoPASS card from Parking and Shuttle Services. Continue reading

Pauline Entin

Pauline Entin chosen as new vice provost for Academic Affairs

NAU faculty member and administrator began her appointment this week. Continue reading

Interim dean appointed for University College; search for new vice provost enters final stages

Cyndi Banks has been selected to serve as interim dean of University College until the formal search for the dean launches this fall. Continue reading

LOUIE and PeopleSoft requests shift online

Administrative forms will go paperless to streamline the process while saving time and resources. Continue reading

Candidate open forum for director of Campus Recreation Services

Faculty and staff are invited to meet candidate Mitch Gartenberg, research associate with the University of Georgia. Continue reading


SafeZone workshops offered throughout summer

The summer workshops educate campus on the history, symbols and politics that affect the LGBTQA community. Continue reading

Forums scheduled for vice provost for Academic Affairs candidates

Open forums for the position of associate vice provost for Academic Affairs are scheduled for next week. Continue reading

Candidate forum for director of Campus Recreation Services

Rhonda Powers, interim director for Campus Recreation Services, will participate in an open forum June 13 at 1899. Continue reading

Dan Kain

Dan Kain accepts short-term assignment as COE dean

Vice Provost to serve as dean of the College of Education this summer. Continue reading

Car share and more in store for fall

Faculty, staff and students can purchase parking permits online and register for a new car share program June 1. Continue reading

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