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Homecoming planners seeking convertibles

Blue Key Honor Society is in search of faculty, staff and community members who own convertibles to participate in the parade as drivers. Continue reading


Community dark sky viewing scheduled for Oct. 17

The Flagstaff Star Party, held at Buffalo Park, will feature more than a dozen telescopes allowing guests to view star clusters, galaxies, nebulae and more. Continue reading

Michelle Miller 2014

Psychology professor to sign copies of her book

Michelle Miller's book details applied research methods and offers practical ideas for instructors. Continue reading


NAU award recipients include Pulitzer Prize winner

NAU's Associated Press Eunson Awards Ceremony is Oct. 23. Continue reading

Beverly Anderson, NAU alumna and  assistant U.S. Attorney in Tucson

Ladhoff lecture series presenting women in criminal justice

NAU Ladhoff Lecture Series to present "Three Women who Changed the Face of Criminal Justice.” Continue reading


Fall Festival of Choirs returns

The ensemble will perform a diverse program of traditional, contemporary and multicultural choral music. Continue reading

Gene Sperling

Former presidential advisor Gene Sperling to headline Economic Outlook Conference

Experts to offer their views of international, national, state and local economies. Continue reading


‘Go BIG’ for Parkinson’s at 8th annual campus run

NAU’s Physical Therapy students will hold a walk/run on the Flagstaff campus to benefit the Arizona Chapter of the American Parkinson’s Disease Association. Continue reading

Wind Symphony

Wind Symphony to kick off NAU Band season

The ensemble, led by conductor Daniel Schmidt, will perform pieces by Bach and more. Continue reading

Startup NAU

Enterprising students can give life to ideas during NAU Startup Weekend

Coaches and mentors will help teams go from idea to prototype in 48 hours. Continue reading

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North Campus NAU Forums scheduled for dean of University College
Members of the campus community are invited to attend the forums, which will be held in room 2403 of the Health and Learning Center.
physical therapy students in lab NAU joins elite group of residency programs in neurologic physical therapy
Prestigious, intensive program plans to admit new residents each year.
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NAU researchers developed a system using guano to identify bat species.
Ramona Mellott Ramona Mellott to lead College of Education
Longtime faculty member and dean of the Graduate College has been selected to serve as dean of the College of Education.
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There are ample opportunities to share your Lumberjack pride during NAU's Homecoming festivities.
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Academic programs will be honored for their efforts to assess student learning.

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NACPlogobig Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention earns five-year, $13 million renewal
The renewal provides funding to continue addressing cancer disparities among Native Americans through research, training and outreach programs.
Paul Keim works under the biosafety cabinet in his Northern Arizona University lab. Flinn Foundation grant to support NAU health partnership
The Flinn Foundation has awarded a grant to NAU for research on infectious diseases.
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.