Nov. 14, 2019
The Northern Arizona University School of Music will present the NAU Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Steve Hemphill, in concert at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 22 in Ardrey Memorial Auditorium,
The NAU ensemble will feature master percussionist Dong-Won Kim, who is a member of the famed Silk Road Ensemble, the group led by renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma. Kim will demonstrate Korean shamanic rhythms on the janggo, a large, horizontal, hourglass-shaped drum.
Nov. 13, 2019
Bring a lunch and get wrapped up in a serious discussion about issues facing people today.
The Northern Arizona University Department of Social work will be holding a brown bag event titled Current Issues Facing Older Adults: Role of Social Workers in Promoting Health and Wellness, from 12:30-2 p.m. on Nov. 21 in the DuBois Center in the Aspen room.
The event will include panelists from the Department of Social Work, High Point Strategies, Coconino County Health and Human… Read more
Nov. 13, 2019
The choral department in the Northern Arizona University School of Music is celebrating its 45th Annual Holiday Dinner Dec. 5-8 in the duBois Center ballroom.
This festive four-night event is a sit-down dinner by candlelight featuring music performed by all the NAU choirs, the handbell choir, featured soloists, brass and percussion ensemble and organ.
The first Holiday Dinner was held in 1974. Through the years, many aspects of the dinner have remained the same. Guests arrive and are escorted… Read more
Nov. 7, 2019
The NAU School of Art will recognize one of its program champions with the firing of a refurbished wood-burning kiln built by the man they are honoring.
Don Bendel was a longtime faculty member who is credited with building the ceramics program to its current stature. He collaborated with Japanese artist Yukio Yamamoto to build the Tozan Anagama kiln throughout the 1980s. NAU’s ceramics program still uses this wood-fired anagama kiln, which has been used by students and professionals alike.
Bendel, who died in… Read more
Nov. 7, 2019
There’s still time to register for Climate 2020: Seven Generations for Arizona, the first solutions-focused statewide climate summit for all Arizonans to be hosted at NAU Friday and Saturday Nov. 15-16. A free performance by hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez and screening of “Ice on Fire”at the Orpheum TheaterNov. 15 is free to all, and tickets are available… Read more
Nov. 6, 2019
Efficiency is key in any work environment, and Northern Arizona University ITS has created a new faculty and staff meal plan application that will expedite the application and processing of meal plan requests for full-time, benefit-eligible employees.
Thanks to the collaboration of Davis Wendt, student employee on the Business Process and Service Management Team in ITS, and Casey Fisher, director of strategic planning and marketing for Sodexo, there is now an automated solution that makes the process of requesting… Read more
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