Faculty & Staff

Santa’s Sleigh fund helps NAU employees in need

As end of year giving nears, consider donating to fellow employees in need. Continue reading

Parking lot

Flexible parking permitted during winter break

These permit zone exceptions will be in effect Dec. 18-Jan. 12. Continue reading

NAU faculty and staff invited to celebrate the season at the President’s Holiday Reception

Faculty and staff are invited to celebrate the season at the annual President’s Holiday Reception Dec. 13. Continue reading

Festival of Trees-1899 Bar and Grill

NAU’s 1899 Bar and Grill holding Festival of Trees to raise money for victims of natural disasters

NAU and Flagstaff community members can bid on five trees, each of which has its own theme. Local "tree artists" decorated the trees. Continue reading

Christmas presents

SPAC looking for NAU employees to help provide Christmas gifts for local families

Employees can sign up online for gifts they want to buy for the children, ages 11 to 17 years old. Continue reading

NAU Percussion Ensemble goes global

The Northern Arizona University School of Music will present the Percussion Ensemble in concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, in Ardrey Memorial Auditorium. Continue reading

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NAU Bookstore to hold one day Apple product sale for faculty and staff

On Friday, Nov. 17, the NAU Bookstore will be offering faculty and staff up to $250 dollars off of various models of Macs and iPads Continue reading

ONAI training

NAU’s Office of Native American Initiatives introduces executive education sessions

This training, part of the Tribal Leadership Initiatives, will be taken directly to indigenous communities to meet the specific needs of individual nations. Continue reading

David Trilling outside telescope

NAU astronomer talks about mystery space object, what it says about planetary formation throughout Milky Way

The space rock's orbit indicates to astronomers that it came from outside the solar system and is on its way out of the solar system—the first time such an event has been recorded. Continue reading

For National Day of Writing, NAU professor talks about writing her ‘big, crazy, complicated book’

Journalism faculty Annette McGivney started researching a brutal murder a decade ago. The more she learned, the more she and the book changed. Continue reading

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