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Forums scheduled for dean of University College

Members of the campus community are invited to attend the forums, which will be held in room 2403 of the Health and Learning Center. Continue reading

Ramona Mellott

Ramona Mellott to lead College of Education

Longtime faculty member and dean of the Graduate College has been selected to serve as dean of the College of Education. Continue reading

Faculty, staff invited to subscribe to NAUAsia listserv

The listserv will share news of faculty and student research in Asia, Asia-related events on campus and Asia-related teaching and research opportunities for faculty and students. Continue reading

Cabinet highlights: Oct. 13, 2014

Extended Campuses programming, international travel, the budget and campus project updates were discussed. Continue reading

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Obituary: Dora Moore, retired university administrator

Ms. Moore, longtime employee of NAU, died in Livingston, Montana on Sept. 19, 2014. She was 67. Continue reading

Annual warm clothing drive is under way

Donate new and gently used clothing through Nov. 19. Continue reading

Retirement reception planned for Patti Buchanan

A reception will be held in her honor from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 at Contracting and Purchasing Services. Continue reading

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New university event calendar launches Oct. 15

The new system is mobile-friendly, themed to match the upcoming new web design and has integrated social sharing capabilities to better promote events. Continue reading

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

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