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Annual fair to examine campus assessment efforts

Campus efforts to examine student learning and satisfaction and evaluate university programs and services will be featured at the annual fair Wednesday, April 1. Continue reading

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STEM celebration returns to the Skydome

The annual celebration showcases STEM opportunities in local education and business. Continue reading

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Powwow contest returns to NAU April 10-11

The NAU Contest Powwow will be held on Friday and Saturday, April 10 and 11 at the Walkup Skydome. Continue reading

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Lumberjacks bring postseason hoops to the Dome

Join the Lumberjacks as they face Kent State in the CIT Quarterfinals this Friday. Continue reading

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Videogame symposium returns to NAU

NAU's Interdisciplinary Writing Program will host the Undergraduate Videogame Symposium March 26-28. Continue reading

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Regents to meet at NAU on March 11

The board will meet next week at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading

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Appreciation mixer to celebrate classified staff

NAU employees are invited to the 21st annual Employee Appreciation Mixer Wednesday, March 25, in the Campus Recreation Center Gym in the HLC. Continue reading

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Student-run musical theater review debuts March 1

Jacks on Broadway will debut at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 1, in Prochnow Auditorium. Continue reading

Conference returns to offer professional development for COE teacher candidates

NAU’s College of Education will host the 14th annual There’s a Reason I’m A Teacher conference Thursday, March 5 in Prochnow Auditorium. Continue reading

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NAU vocalists and Flagstaff Symphony to perform music of the Beatles

NAU vocalists will perform with the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra and Jeans ‘n Classics at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 6, in Ardrey Memorial Auditorium. Continue reading

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