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Playwriting Showcase

Showcase to highlight local playwrights

The Northern Arizona Playwriting Showcase returns for its 8th annual 10-minute Play Contest Showcase. Continue reading

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New international pavilion at NAU hosts open house

A brief program will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10, followed by tours of the new building. Continue reading

Welcome Jacks

Welcome back, Jacks

NAU is set to kick off the school year with a Welcome Week that offers something for everyone. Continue reading

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Annual abandoned bike sale set for Friday, Aug. 28

More than 200 bicycles will be for sale Friday, Aug. 28, with proceeds benefitting the Yellow Bike program. Continue reading

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Employee alums invited to annual alumni barbecue

Faculty and staff who graduated from NAU are invited to a free barbecue hosted by the Office of Alumni Relations. Continue reading

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NAU to host conference for international environmental science researchers

The Eighth International Conference on Mycorrhiza will be hosted by NAU Aug. 3-7 at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading

NAU Wine and Dine 2015

Wine and Dine in the Pines returns

The fundraiser to benefit NAU student-athletic scholarships will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, at Arizona Snowbowl’s Hart Prairie Lodge. Continue reading

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Annual community art exhibit returns

The gallery will be on display through Oct. 5 at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading

American Indian conference returns to NAU

Educators from Canada and across the United States will gather July 10 and 11 at NAU’s Native American Cultural Center. Continue reading

Downtown July 4th Parade

Celebrate Independence Day during annual parade

Lumberjacks are invited to celebrate July Fourth during Saturday's Independence Day parade in downtown Flagstaff. Continue reading

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Join NAU in a national celebration of school spirit for College Colors Day.
Mountain Line Mountain Line bus pass offers savings for campus community
The city’s Mountain Line bus system is now offering discounted semester and annual pass options for NAU students.
Playwriting Showcase Showcase to highlight local playwrights
The Northern Arizona Playwriting Showcase returns for its 8th annual 10-minute Play Contest Showcase.
North Campus Completion of construction brings changes in campus traffic flow
Campus commuters will find new changes when making their way around North Campus.
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Klein: From teaching our students, conducting groundbreaking research and providing support services, your dedication enables our institutions to be successful.

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SciHealth New NAU building rises to meet science education needs
Modern labs, meeting spaces and classrooms will transform chemistry education at NAU.
Skunk Citizen-scientists help NAU team prepare for skunk vaccinations
NAU researchers are placing placebos under bird feeders to observe skunk behavior and determine best methods for vaccination against rabies.
Staphylococcus aureus  from the Public Health Image Library. Researchers sniffing out factors affecting staph germs
A research team, including NAU professor Bruce Hungate, analyzed staph bacteria samples from twins.