Faculty & Staff

Obituary: John Glenn, former dean of Continuing Education

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

EmployeeDevDay

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

A budget letter to campus from President Cheng

President Rita Cheng identifies implications for NAU given the FY2016 budget passed by the Arizona Legislature. Continue reading

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Student Success Coaching accepting applications for coaches

Applications are due by 5 p.m. Friday, March 20. Continue reading

Forums scheduled for School of Nursing dean

Faculty and staff are invited to meet the candidates seeking the position of dean of the School of Nursing. Continue reading

Executive VP/chief of staff candidate to visit campus

Joanne Keene, government relations director for Coconino County, will visit campus Wednesday, March 4, to meet with vice presidents and other individuals. Continue reading

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Obituary: John Glenn, former dean of Continuing Education
John Glenn, a longtime employee at NAU, died on Feb. 25, 2015.
Annual fair to examine campus assessment efforts
Campus efforts to examine student learning and satisfaction and evaluate university programs and services will be featured at the annual fair Wednesday, April 1.
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NAU astronomer is winning grants, searching for asteroids while on sabbatical.
UKIRT telescope NAU’s Trilling finds multiple ways to get a fix on near Earth asteroids
Hundreds of asteroids being studied, some within hours of their discovery.
Gates Scholar service Gates Millennium Scholars promote reading for kindergarteners
Gates Scholars' service work includes reading to kindergarteners in Flagstaff.
EmployeeDevDay Employee Development Day call for presenters
Employees are invited to submit a proposal to be a presenter during this year's event.

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