NAU's bachelor’s degree in athletic training will begin transitioning to a master’s of science degree in athletic training. Continue reading
Research & Academics
Teamwork shines in the lab, across the globe. Continue reading
Psychology professor examines technology's impacts and how it can be leveraged to improve everyday functioning. Continue reading
Kristin Wiggins' pathogen research is helping to address a public health crisis. Continue reading
A new program will be offered at NAU this fall to help students in all majors improve their writing skills. Continue reading
Complexity of regional variations revealed. Continue reading
A new study is shedding some light on how adults, and their dogs and kids, share microbial communities. Continue reading
NAU forensic scientists uncover the truth with the help of student expert listeners. Continue reading
Public and media invited to attend. Continue reading
A film produced by education professor Susan Marks offers a window into autism. It has already earned two awards and stirred an interest in understanding more about autism and those who live with it. Continue reading
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NAU's bachelor’s degree in athletic training will begin transitioning to a master’s of science degree in athletic training.
Phoenix Police Officer Daryl Raetz, a student through NAU Extended Campuses, was struck and killed May 19, 2013, while on duty. He was 29.
Two graduate students are packing their bags for a year teaching abroad after recently being awarded international grants from the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
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Teamwork shines in the lab, across the globe.
Kristin Wiggins' pathogen research is helping to address a public health crisis.
Police Chief: Of all the ways you can contribute to a safe campus, probably the easiest is at your fingertips.