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Research & Academics
A $1 million grant will strengthen NAU's role as a leader in educating American Indian K-12 principals. Continue reading
The chief technology advocate tells students how the ability to anticipate new skills will define professionalism. Continue reading
Students in the program will receive a tuition benefit and be guaranteed a job. Continue reading
Soil changes in a drier climate could lead to a dustier Arizona. Continue reading
New MBA program delivers a flexible educational experience for hospitality managers. Continue reading
Arizona gains a much-needed health care option. Continue reading
Enhanced imaging leads to more detailed study of craters. Continue reading
'Facilitated adaptation' may be an approach that deserves wider discussion. Continue reading
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Nearly 170 faculty and staff members were honored this week for their many years of dedicated service to the university.
NAU will confer degrees for 2,500 undergraduate, master's and doctoral students during its fall commencement ceremonies.
NAU to recognize a scientist seeking solutions to cancer and an anthropologist preserving the region's history.
On-campus housing, global education and honorary degree recipients were part of the agenda.
Three alumni are retuning to campus to discuss their 2001 efforts to bring attention to the need for an ethnic studies program at NAU.
Visit the bookstore Dec. 3-4 and receive a 25 percent discount on clothing and gifts.
Standard evaluations may miss lingering concussion effects.
Fluency in a second language and international professional experience will give graduates a strong start in the job market.
The 'Military Times' ranks NAU as the best school for military veterans in Arizona and throughout the Southwest, and among top schools nationally.