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‘Plight of the Condor’ exhibit opens

The collection by photographer John Sherman showcases his mission to photograph all 71 endangered wild condors. Continue reading

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NAU honors the late Hopi elder Bob Lomadafkie

A tribute is planned for Bob Lomadafkie, an NAU Hopi elder who died in May. Continue reading

Plant Pure

Film documentary ‘PlantPure Nation’ comes to NAU

The film chronicles the changes that can be fostered through a whole-food, plant-based diet. Continue reading

Criminology experts to share research on white collar crime and media

Gray Cavender and Nancy Jurik will use a visual criminology approach to compare depictions of corporations in the 2002 and 2008 economic disasters. Continue reading

Comedy of Errors

NAU Theater season opens with a Shakespearean comedy

NAU Theater will stage William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors this October. Continue reading

NAU’s Martin-Springer Institute hosts scholars from around the nation

Join the Martin-Springer Institute for several events featuring panel discussions and guest speakers Oct. 6-13. Continue reading

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Paleo-ecologist and author Curt Stager to present free public lecture

Author to discuss how climactic change will affect the next 100,000 years. Continue reading

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Family Weekend to provide a glimpse of Lumberjack life

Northern Arizona University will welcome Lumberjack families and friends for its annual Family Weekend Oct. 2-4. Continue reading


Film series imagines a better world

The series will feature documentaries that show society’s greatest challenges and celebrate the human spirit. Continue reading


Bringing ideas to life at NAU Startup Weekend

Starting at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, students of all backgrounds will gather to begin the work of launching a startup by Sunday afternoon. Continue reading

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Homecoming dedicatees Joe Anderson and David Brumbaugh Geology class is epicenter of dedicatee tap
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David Brumbaugh and Chain Gang NAU Homecoming Dedicatees 1936-2015
A list of the faculty and staff honorees selected by students over the last 79 years.
Condor[1] ‘Plight of the Condor’ exhibit opens
The collection by photographer John Sherman showcases his mission to photograph all 71 endangered wild condors.
IMG_8888 Phoenix Suns wrap up week in Flagstaff
The Suns community team visited several local schools and hosted a youth basketball clinic for more than 150 youth.
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Grant will support Native American Indian Rehabilitation Training and Technical Assistance Center.
Planets photo NASA awards $3.4 million for NAU PLANETS project
The grant increases opportunities for elementary and middle school students to explore planetary science and STEM fields.

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Lake Peters research site Trek to Arctic lake brings NAU researchers a step closer to refined watershed model
Lessons from the Arctic can be applied to understanding changes in the climate.
high school bioscience students NAU center designing model bioscience course to help develop local STEM workforce
Community and business partnerships provide problem-solving opportunity for students.
SciHealth New NAU building rises to meet science education needs
Modern labs, meeting spaces and classrooms will transform chemistry education at NAU.