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NAU men win second consecutive Big Sky All-Sports trophy

For the second consecutive year, NAU men conquer the Big Sky All-Sports trophy. Continue reading

Updated messaging system to replace Lync

Lync users across Northern Arizona University's campus should expect to see changes to the instant messaging system throughout the coming year. Continue reading

President's Achievement Award

Outstanding employees recognized with President’s Achievement Award

Several employees were honored this week for excelling in their professional roles at Northern Arizona University. Continue reading

Contracting and Purchasing Services seeks feedback

The survey can be completed online through Sept. 1. Continue reading


Fred Estrella, chief information technology officer, announces retirement

Fred Estrella will leave his position at the end of June after more than 16 years of service to NAU. Continue reading


Candidates for leader of NAU-Yuma to visit branch campus

Candidates for associate vice president and campus executive officer of NAU-Yuma will participate in interviews, tours and open forums with faculty and staff. Continue reading


Candidates for provost to visit campus

Candidates for provost will visit campus next week. Continue reading

Bruce Hungate

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

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