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Faculty & Staff

Benefits open enrollment under way

Employees wishing to make changes to coverage for 2015 may do so until Friday, Nov. 21. Changes will take effect on Jan. 1. Continue reading

George Fox

Obituary: George Fox, assistant director of athletics operations

Mr. Fox died Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014. He was 62. Continue reading

A workstation menace may be lurking nearby

It’s National Cyber Security Awareness month. Are you secure? Continue reading


NAU brings home regional Emmy Awards

NAU earns multiple Emmy Awards in the student and professional categories. Continue reading

North Campus NAU

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


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

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Injection needle Appointments now required for vaccinations
Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to utilize the online appointment scheduler.
Crystal seal of Mani (active 240-276 CE): Flat Side. Prophet’s ancient seal provides insights from antiquity
Professor Zsuzsanna Gulacsi's research on an artifact used by the founder of a world religion, provides information for researchers of antiquity.
Stroke patient on treadmill. NAU research project puts stroke patients back on their feet
Participants sought for study to demonstrate value of aerobic training in stroke recovery.
NAU Alert Landline service interruption on Flagstaff campus
NAU is experiencing interruptions in land line phone service Tuesday, Oct. 28.
An older person using a video magnifier.  Loans for assistive technology are available through NAU's Institute for Human Development AzLAT program. IHD secures award to offer assistive technology loans
Loans will range from $500 to $20,000, and can be used for items including mobility devices like scooters, hearing aids, computer adaptations and lifts on vehicles to carry wheelchairs.
nutcracker NAU Music and Dance Academy hosts holiday tea
The fifth annual Nutcracker Tea will take place Saturday, Nov. 15, at Little America Hotel.

Editor’s Picks

physical therapy students in lab NAU joins elite group of residency programs in neurologic physical therapy
Prestigious, intensive program plans to admit new residents each year.
Keim lab TGen, NAU announce patent for new pandemic flu test
The Translational Genomics Research Institute and Northern Arizona University have been awarded a patent for a test that can detect—and assist in the treatment of—the H1N1 pandemic flu strain.
NACPlogobig Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention earns five-year, $13 million renewal
The renewal provides funding to continue addressing cancer disparities among Native Americans through research, training and outreach programs.