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Deck the tree with handcrafted ornaments

Adorn your tree with handmade ornaments from Northern Arizona University’s Centennial Forest this holiday season. Continue reading


NAU Volleyball continues championship quest

The Lumberjacks are hosting the Big Sky Tournament with a championship in sight following a record-breaking season. Continue reading

NAU alumni gathered at the Weatherford Hotel during the first Flagstaff Happy Hour in August.

Mingle with old friends and new at Flagstaff Happy Hour

November’s event is from 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18 at Cuveé 928 Wine Bar & Cafe, 6 E Aspen Ave. Continue reading

NAU Volleyball vs Sac State

NAU Volleyball claims first conference title; heads to playoffs

The Lumberjacks take on Portland State Saturday, Nov. 14 and will host the Big Sky Conference Tournament next week. Continue reading


Lumberjacks take the court in Window Rock

The NAU men’s basketball team will travel to the Navajo Nation to take on Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Friday, Nov. 20. Continue reading


Basket fundraiser benefits United Way

Faculty and staff are invited to purchase raffle tickets for themed baskets created by departments across campus. Continue reading

Miss Indian NAU (2)

NAU celebrates Native American Heritage Month

The campus community is encouraged to participate and attend events throughout the month, which highlight Native American accomplishments, contributions and talents. Continue reading

NAU Jazz band

School of Music presents a musical delight

NAU’s School of Music will showcase the works of its various student and performing groups with a series of public concerts. Continue reading


NAU Opera presents ‘Trouble in Tahiti’

NAU Opera will stage Leonard Bernstein’s one-act play “Trouble in Tahiti” at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, at Prochnow Auditorium. Continue reading

BFA art showcase

Beasley Art Gallery showcases senior design

A new art exhibit showcasing the work of graduating fine arts majors will be on display Nov. 24 to Dec. 18 in NAU’s Beasley Art Gallery. Continue reading

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Red Christmas ball with pine cones Celebrate the season during annual President’s Holiday Reception
Rita Cheng and Tom Cheng invite NAU faculty and staff to the President’s Holiday Reception Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Paul Keim Paul Keim of TGen and NAU named AAAS Fellow
Keim is world-renowned for his research on anthrax and other pathogen-caused diseases.
Campus Rec Stock 2 Campus Recreation modifying employee payroll deduction plan
Faculty and staff who prefer to pay their fees through payroll deductions will need to sign up or renew their annual membership by Jan. 25.
IMG_0421 TGen, longtime NAU partner, earns higher education award from regents
NAU students gain practical research experience through lab partnership.
WallyCovingtonPhoto1 Forty years in forestry earns NAU Regents’ professor prestigious award
Wally Covington this week was honored with an international lifetime achievement award.
NAU launches Salesforce application campuswide
The application will allow NAU to manage relationships and more effectively reach prospective and current students, alumni and other constituents.

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