Grant support brings diversity to physical education career preparation. Continue reading
Research & Academics
NSF-funded research aims to change ideas about detachment faults. Continue reading
The study of disability in musical theater is a growing subfield of disability studies. Continue reading
Doris Duke Conservation Scholars work closely with NAU ecologists to experience conservation science and policy in action. Continue reading
Jut Wynne has been named a Fulbright Visiting Scholar, allowing him to advance his invertebrate research on Rapa Nui. Continue reading
Researcher turns attention to lack of craters in prominent region of Pluto. Continue reading
Winding filament hypothesis to undergo close scrutiny from Kiisa Nishikawa's research team. Continue reading
StoryMap is a new online resource for science teachers and students, using images collected by NAU geology professor emeritus Dale Nations. Continue reading
Latest Site Activity
The State of the University forum is scheduled from 3-4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16, in the High Country Conference Center
The community is invited to attend the performance at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb, 14 in Prochnow Auditorium.
NAU employees are invited to come support the Lumberjacks as they take on Idaho State at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, in the Skydome.
Grant support brings diversity to physical education career preparation.
A strategic "speed meeting" initiative promises to build targeted, interdisciplinary research capacity at NAU.
NAU research shows the need for increased palliative care services.
Researcher turns attention to lack of craters in prominent region of Pluto.
The Rodel Foundation has named its exemplary principals and five of the eight winners received degrees from Northern Arizona University.
The lights and sounds of electronic toys may grab the attention of babies but they're not aiding in the child's language development, according to a new study.