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IHD disability conference

Conference returns to explore evidence-based practice in disability disciplines

The 2014 Evidence-Based Practice in Disability Disciplines will be held Oct. 2-3 at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading

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Boston Brass starts off Horizons Concert Series

NAU's Horizons Concert Series features an entertaining lineup with concerts scheduled through March. Continue reading

NAU Family

NAU welcomes families for a weekend of fun, food and football

Lumberjack families and friends will flock to Flagstaff for Family Weekend Sept. 26-28. Continue reading

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NAU Theater announces 2014-15 lineup

The season kicks off with a special guest performance by The Artist’s Path founder and artistic director, Gail Mangham, in Red Hot Patriot: The Kick Ass Wit of Molly Ivins Friday, Sept. 26. Continue reading

Arizona Scenic Trail guidebook

Book signing scheduled for Family Weekend

Matthew Nelson will visit the NAU Bookstore to sign copies of Your Complete Guide to the Arizona National Scenic Trail Saturday, Sept. 27. Continue reading

NAU football home opener

Lumberjack football returns to the Dome

Join NAU's football team for the season home opener, tailgating, Fanfest and more on Sept. 13. Continue reading

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Constitution Day commemoration planned

NAU has two days of activities planned to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787. Wednesday’s events will take place at Ashurst Auditorium, with lunch and a University College Showcase from 11:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. “Students’ … Continue reading

Science Day 2009

Festival of Science celebrates 25 years in Flagstaff

The Flagstaff Festival of Science returns to excite and inspire the next generation of scientists Sept. 19-28. Continue reading

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Film series spotlights heroes and villains

Explore thought-provoking foreign films that spotlight heroes and villains in contemporary societies. Continue reading

‘Climate change evangelist’ speaking on campus

Katherine Hayhoe to present on climate change and debunk myths. Continue reading

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IHD disability conference Conference returns to explore evidence-based practice in disability disciplines
The 2014 Evidence-Based Practice in Disability Disciplines will be held Oct. 2-3 at the High Country Conference Center.
Michelle Miller 2014 Brain research guides online classroom design
Michelle Miller's research on brain processes will help instructors teach and design online courses.
ITS warns of security concerns with Study Room service
ITS reminds the campus community to never use NAU account information to access services not provided by the university.
Arizona Board of Regents logo Regents to meet next week at NAU
The board will meet Sept. 25-26 at the High Country Conference Center.
NAU SAS Building NAU breaks ground for new Student and Academic Services building
NAU officials, dignitaries, students and friends of the university joined in the celebration Sept. 16.
2014 Arizona GEAR UP Week Proclamation[1] Governor Brewer proclaims Arizona GEAR UP Week
Gov. Jan Brewer has declared the week of Sept. 22-26 as Arizona GEAR UP Week in the state.

Editor’s Picks

Bedzin ghetto New Holocaust exhibit tells powerful story of youth in the Będzin ghetto
“Through the Eyes of Youth: Life and Death in the Będzin Ghetto” will open Sept. 30 on the third floor of the Riles Building at Northern Arizona University.
Photo by Barry Gossage/NBAE via Getty Images. Phoenix Suns return to Flagstaff for training camp
The Phoenix Suns return to Flagstaff for training camp at NAU from Sept. 30 through Oct. 4.
Discovery telescope Undergraduates put astronomy into practice on Discovery Channel Telescope
Observation nights offer a chance to experience professional astronomy.